A recent episode titled “I Slipped” involved some in-the-bedroom action between Mindy (Mindy Kaling) and boyfriend Danny (Chris Messina) where he “accidentally” sticks it in the wrong place, a plotline that has become the center of some conversations about sexual consent on television.
It’s impossible for me to hold back my disgust for tonight’s episode, “Greensleeves.” Not that it was a terrible hour of television or anything, but the plots took turns for the worse.
A trifecta of entertainment tropes may soon be upon us, as Bachelor Party begins the road to television in a way that you might not expect. Gentlemen, start your anti-boners.
While the real world will still have problems with immigration, murder and crooked cops, cable has lost one of the darkest visions of justice out there.
The networks are holding off on canceling programs this fall, but a few shows have gotten good news thus far. Over at The CW, there's definitely good news for The Flash and Jane The Virgin, which have gotten more episode, again.
Next year, Marvel’s batch of Netflix programming focusing on the street-level heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will kick off with Daredevil in May. Starring Boardwalk Empire actor Charlie Cox, the series will follow Matt Murdock both at his day job as a lawyer and at night when he suits up as Daredevil to fight crime in Hell’s Kitchen. Here's how the new series will be different from Marvel's other TV fodder.
While the series is only two episodes in, The Flash has done a good job of getting the audience familiar with its main characters...with one huge exception: Eddie Thawne. Eddie is still being kept a mystery, and actor Rick Cosnett says that over this season, the show will delve into the mystery of who Eddie Thawne is, and if the comics are any indication, it could be a doozy!
On a lot of shows, getting feedback from the showrunner is probably a good thing, as it can help an actor to develop his or her character more completely. However, on Boardwalk Empire, getting a call from showrunner Terence Winter became notorious for something quite different.
The holidays are a great time for gathering around with your family and watching cinema classics. In my family, it’s always old Bond films, but in Germany this year, there will be a different reason to celebrate. Star Wars is getting its own channel. Here are the details.
Al Jean has been with The Simpsons for as long as the animated comedy has been around, signing on as one of the show’s first writers in 1989. In the years since, he’s also served as an executive producer and showrunner on the series. The man has experience with the show and recently spoke out to give us the ending he hopes Fox’s animated series will have.
It’s still very much unknown when we’ll next get to see Judge Dredd on the big screen, but 2000 AD fanatics only have to wait a little while longer to revisit the character on the small screen. Dredd producer Avi Shankar is releasing the spinoff miniseries Superfiend next week, and the world now knows what it looks like thanks to these first look images and poster.
If you've been watching Saturday Night Live's current season, chances are, you've already seen the long-running sketch comedy's latest casting addition. Leslie Jones, who's been featured on "Weekend Update," and a recent sketch, has been added to Saturday Night Live's Season 40 cast as a featured player.
Have you ever wondered what it is like to work on a TV show? Donal Logue has been on a ton of diverse programs, including Terriers, Grounded For Life, Vikings and Copper. Obviously, the man has no beef with working on television, but if you are guessing working on the small screen is a cake walk, guess again.
Every so often, a film sequel gets made despite having zilch to do with the original film. It happens less often on TV, but that’s exactly what’s happening with MTV’s upcoming Scream series, based on the highly lucrative film franchise of the same name.
It’s a tough job to be an on-air personality. Radio and TV personas have to be on all the time. They are expected to be knowledgeable on a variety of topics, and more importantly, they are expected to enunciate clearly. Usually, on-air personalities are pretty good about staying professional, but occasionally, they are a garbled mess.