Everything about television has changed in the last decade, from the size of the screen to the plethora of new avenues for original programming. Well, it turns out the way ratings are accumulated may be changing too, now that trendsetter HBO is flipping things around.
It’s obviously time we start looking to Russia for our political promos, as Vladamir Putin just got a summer blockbuster to advertise his upcoming press conference. Put on your coolest sunglasses and check it out.
We’ve learned that the actor will be reprising his bad boy role in a network sitcom. It’s probably not the comedy you might be thinking of. It’s ABC’s The Goldbergs, an eighties-set show that is the perfect fit for this sort of cameo appearance.
This list features shows that all started out in pretty great places. These shows even found real success, but recently, it’s become pretty clear that they’re moving downward and show no signs of improving. In fact, these drop-offs can’t even be directly attributed to increases in DVR. Instead, a tangible percentage of viewers seem to be looking in other places for content.
While we know that he’s the S.T.A.R. Labs tech genius and is hilarious, Cisco Ramon still remains quite the mystery on The Flash. That will change later on this season when someone from his past stops by for a visit. Here are the details.
This year marked the 25th anniversary of the first Seinfeld episode, as well as the less catchy 16th anniversary of the much-maligned final episode. It was a finale that forever changed Larry David's outlook on future TV projects.
The year of the crossover will continue into 2015, as the Mythbusters season premiere will feature hosts Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage taking on The Simpsons. Woo-hoo!
Fox’s Glee is set to return for one last bow at midseason. To celebrate the final year of high school and Glee Club-oriented antics the network has put together a new preview for the sixth and final season and it includes footage of Lea Michele singing “Let It Go” from Disney’s Frozen, because of course.
Game show Family Feud mostly strives to keep things PG-rated, but every once and a while a contestant throws out an answer that is so off-color you really wish you’d made your kids wear earplugs before you turned the show on. This is exactly what happened during a recent episode of the long-running show
When you're searching Google for a particular TV show, do you ever think about how many other people are searching for that exact same thing? Luckily, you don't even need to Google that information, because we have it for you right here...thanks to Google.
Ascension was back with Night Two of its three night voyage towards truth and social disarray. Did it manage to best last night's interesting but mixed premiere? Read on to find out.
It makes perfect sense that the brand new trailer for the NBC comedy plays up the time jump put forth in the Season 6 finale, so grab your lightsabers and Wyld Stallyns t-shirts and step into the future of Pawnee.
Jimmy Kimmel recounted the story of the escalating prank wars he and his wife, Molly, have engaged in with neighbors Blunt and her husband John Krasinski in recent years. Catch hilarious footage from the prank wars.
If you’re a fan of a TV series, you undoubtedly want to see it last as long as possible without taking a big dip in quality. But sometimes a series’ subject matter doesn’t easily lend itself to multiple seasons, such as the expertly crafted Starz/BBC mystery drama The Missing. And yet...
C-SPAN’s call-in segments are arguably the only time that the network regularly proves it has a pulse, but the people calling in are usually irate strangers, but this episode of Washington Divided featured a very familiar caller.