In a show that is constantly reminding you to never get too comfortable with character placement, the CW’s The Vampire Diaries has a strong fanbase consistently rooting for the renewal of relationship that hasn’t seen much hope in the last few seasons. Here's the latest.
Paula Abdul has had some trouble with Fox in recent years, but today the network announced that the formal American Idol and The X Factor panelist will return to judge a competition series. This time around, Paula Abdul is going to put her dancing knowledge to work.
Plenty of commercials have proven that sex sells, but just because Carl’s Jr. can get away with sexy women eating cheeseburgers doesn’t mean that people will tolerate the same sort of premise from a higher education learning facility. Check out what happens when the Canadian Université de Moncton tries to sell fooling around in the library in its latest ad.
While Oliver Queen is doing a bang-up job fighting evildoers on Arrow, that isn’t stopping some people from wanting to see another famous non-powered vigilante who uses personal tragedy as motivation to stop crime on the series: Batman.
After an extensive and seemingly exhaustive search, CBS’ Supergirl has finally cast its lead actress. And if you've been keeping tabs on the rumored prospects, the actress who will play the lead is probably not who you would expect.
Netflix has given us a first look at the new series from Tina Fey and Robert Carlock. If you know anything about the project, it’s about as wacky as you’d expect. If you don’t, go ahead and give the first Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt trailer a watch. It needs to be seen.
Rainn Wilson will next make his mark on the acerbic detective dramedy Backstrom, and if Fox gives this show a shot, TV might just have its next great angry cop. Or it might just have its next overtly racist, misogynist, disagreeable asshole.
It’s been too long since the last episode of Arrow but I’m pretty sure no one forgot what happened at the end of "The Climb." The superhero series’ mid-season finale ended on quite the cliffhanger with Oliver losing his shirtless showdown with one of the deadliest villains in DCU. And the wait for his return has been excruciating. It’s time to bring our hero back from the dead.
Being stabbed and falling off a cliff won’t keep this archer down. Want to know what happened to Oliver Queen following his duel with Ra’s al Ghul? This week’s return of Arrow has the answer.
With only a few minor tweaks, the American Horror Story: Freak Show finale “Curtain Call” would serve as a perfect reunion special for this season, had it ended at Episode 12 for some reason. Gone are the conversations between Neil Patrick Harris and his sex-watching ventriloquist dummy, and in are the time-jumps, wrap-ups and happily-ever-afters.
Science fiction is in the middle of a huge resurgence on TV, with Syfy leading the pack as more and more networks are willing to loosen the reins on storytelling enough to let some speculative fiction get through. Genre icon J. Michael Straczynski, creator of the cult series Babylon 5, just signed on for his second upcoming TV series, and it's a doozy.
But as great as it is to watch Gotham's supervillains being formed through the procedural storytelling, it would be nice to see another major one popping up already developed. Luckily, one is on the way later this season.
We’ve been hearing about potential problems among the cast and crew of The View throughout the 2014-2015 season, but today a hilarious story emerged from the set. Earlier this week, Whoopi Goldberg returned from a sabbatical due to a back injury. She brought a chair. The rest is history.
Grey’s Anatomy has seen plenty of prominent characters exit the series over the years, but it still hurts when a popular character decides to say goodbye to the long-running ABC drama. Over the years, Patrick Dempsey has talked about leaving Grey’s Anatomy on numerous occasions, and it looks like it's time to say goodbye.
While network television is still competing for as many eyeballs as possible, some of the cable networks are trying to resonate with viewers in other ways. Recently, a research department compiled a study of the Top 10 lists from critics and determined there are three networks that stand out on “best of” lists.