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There was one person Friends wanted who would have been a coup if Friends could have gotten him. Apparently, back in the day, the crew reached out none other than former The Beatles and Wings musician Paul McCartney to play a role on the show.
After spending a few years playing one of television’s most heartwarming pimp badasses on Sons of Anarchy, Jimmy Smits is ready to take on his next high-profile TV role.as part of Baz Luhrmann's Netflix drama The Get Down. Call him Papa Fuerte.
Pharrell William’s “Happy” was one of the biggest songs of the year a couple of years ago, and it’s actually a little startling that no one has tackled the track on Lip Sync Battle thus far. Luckily, that’s changing this week with a performance from Marlon Wayans.
After being adapted for multiple feature-length projects over the years, Patricia Highsmith’s series of books focusing on con artist Tom Ripley are being developed for the small screen. Hide your wives, hide your inheritances.
Sex scenes aren't always comfortable for actors. For instance, most performers wear some kind of uncomfortable protective sheath around their genitals. Girls star Lena Dunham, however, ain’t got time for flesh-colored coverings.
In recent weeks, an odd scene that was shot between Kalinda and the show’s lead Alicia Florrick, played by Julianna Margulies, has caused some controversy, leading many to wonder what cause Panjabi to want to leave. As it turns out behind-the-scenes drama between the two actresses is probably the culprit.
Just a few days after news became widely public that Josh Duggar had dealt with molestation charges at the age of 15, the popular reality series was yanked from TLC’s schedule. Now, it seems that advertisers are bailing left and right on the Duggar family.
It’ll be a long time before we see anything on CBS late night as moving and powerful as the Late Show’s final montage during David Letterman’s last episode. And the network won’t even be trying, as they've got another plan in mind.
The X-Files fans the world over were overjoyed when they learned that the series was coming back after so many years away from TV. That joy was, ever so slightly, put in check when it turned out there would only be six precious episodes. Is there a chance we may see more?
Some TV viewers love binge-watching, while others can’t stand it, and we thankfully live in a time where everyone's desires can be met. But what about the creative minds behind the shows, like Orange is the New Black creator Jenji Kohan?
Netflix’s new original series Grace and Frankie just became available on the subscription streaming service a few weeks ago, but that’s apparently a long enough time for Netflix to gauge whether or not it’s a winner.
After one of the most stellar first seasons that a comic book fan could hope for, audiences can't wait for Daredevil Season 2. Next to nothing is known about where the plot will next take the Man Without Fear, but it’s looking more and more like he’ll be joined by another iconic character.
On Gotham, Bruce Wayne is still years away from becoming Batman, but the titular city’s criminals aren’t waiting for the caped vigilante to rise to begin their crime careers. The show has recruited two new villains for Season 2 in the fall, and neither of them will be lacking for good looks.
While Game of Thrones served no shortage of controversy this year, there was also a notable absence of the Greyjoy family over at the Iron Islands. However, based on a reported Season 6 casting call, they could be preparing to prove that what is dead may never die.
The network took a more complex turn with recent series Dig and now plan to delve deep into the psyche of a hacker with Mr. Robot, a brand new drama starring Rami Malek and Christian Slater