Saturday Night Live's Pete Davidson isn't necessarily known for being upbeat, chipper or bubbly. That's why it didn't come as a surprise when The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus, who dropped by the set last night, mistook him for a zombie.
Although an emotional and inspirational story, A.D. The Bible Continues starts out with fast-paced action, thanks to raging mobs and a funky score that keep things moving. The story eventually slows down, but there’s a lot to get through during the first episode. Here's what we thought.
First Lady Michelle Obama is still tirelessly working on her “Let’s Move,” campaign, and this week she headed back to The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to teach the audience some groovy moves.
Michael Keaton has always been good about poking fun at himself over the yeras, and he does it several times in this promo for his upcoming hosting gig on Saturday Night Live.
Beyond their signature quirks and addictive storytelling, Bryan Fuller projects are always memorable for their visual styles, and Hannibal is no exception. So it makes perfect sense that they would land Guillermo del Toro for an episode in Season 3.
NBC has finally locked down the network’s next big live musical production, and this time around, the network has added an extra gimmick to entice viewers. Next TV season, fans will see The Wiz get produced for the small screen, but it won’t be just any version of The Wiz.
Constantine premiered to middling ratings and didn’t earn a back nine order during its freshman season on the network, which usually spells out immediate cancellation for a series. But the Constantine team is working hard to keep the comic book adaptation alive; here's the latest.
Last night Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson stopped by Saturday Night Live to host the latenight comedy show for the fourth time. , it was a nice treat to see him break out of his cage in the show's cold open. Check it out after the jump.
Returning for another round of superpowered action later this year for Heroes Reborn is Masi Oka reprising the geeky time traveller Hiro Nakamura. Yatta!
There may soon come a day when original TV series have been outnumbered by remakes and revamps, but at least there’s the good old fashioned sequel series to make old things feel new again. The latest of these involves the hit 1990s sitcom Coach, which NBC is dragging out of the locker room.
NBC just released all the premiere dates for their summer series, which is a nice mixture of shows new and old, with a couple of debuting comedies that will hopefully raise the bar for the network’s lack of laugh-friendly series.
Saturday Night Live has always been solid at nabbing some of the biggest stars in the country for hosting gigs, and the next two hosts, Michael Keaton and Taraji P. Henson, have been absolutely huge in the past year.
It’s been years since anyone on Survivor appeared to be surviving anything other than arguments and decreasing ratings. Enter surviva-maniac Bear Grylls, who will return to NBC for the ultimate exercise in televised survival with The Island.
A certified A-list star in his own right, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will be hosting Saturday Night Live this week for the fourth time, representing the large ensemble cast of Furious 7. Here's the first hilarious promo for the episode.
Network censors have never been known to be the most adventurous and fun-loving group. When it comes to the Show About Nothing, Seinfeld, NBC apparently wanted “nothing” to do with any Seinfeldian focus on racial issues, as evidenced by one episode getting canned based all on one observation.