Will Arnett plays the titular BoJack Horseman, the former star of the cheeseriffic sitcom Horsin’ Around, in which he takes care of three human children. Think Charles in Charge, only with Charles as a pun-spewing sweater-wearing horse. “A horse of a different…cruller?” is probably my favorite joke in the whole series.
Earlier this month, The Walking Dead fans were abuzz over a question comic creator and series executive producer Robert Kirkman addressed pertaining to Daryl's unspecified sexuality in the AMC zombie drama.
Some actors go their entire lives without getting a chance to land their dream roles, but Donald Glover is no longer on that list. The former star of Community was brought into Disney XD’s Ultimate Spider-Man universe for a guest spot in an upcoming episode, for which he will finally get to play Spider-Man.
Lucy Lawless' anticipated arrival on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is one more reason to look forward to the series, and today Marvel has given us our first look at the Xena: Warrior Princess star in her role in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Vague spoiler alert (or big spoiler alert if you're not caught up through Season 1!)
Whatever happened to predictability? Don’t worry, it’s alive and well over at Warner Bros. TV, where people are hard at work putting together a Full House revival series, with several of the show’s original stars already set to reprise their roles.
Fall is so close, you can practically smell the pumpkin spice latte! Kids are going back to school and network TV is amping up for the return of fan favorite series and the arrival of new comedies and dramas. For CW, that includes the highly anticipated Arrow spinoff The Flash and the dramatic looking new dramedy Jane the Virgin...
Netflix has enlisted Derek star and creator Ricky Gervais to champion a very amusing ad about the full TV immersion "Superfan" experience. In the video ahead, we see Gervais stepping inside the world of some of Netflix's celebrated original series, among them House of Cards, Orange is the New Black and Lilyhammer.
It’s time to give it up, Emmys. I mean, keep nominating the show if you have to, but not if it means leaving out Brooklyn Nine-Nine again. Do you really want to look worse than the Golden Globes again next year? Do you?
If you were watching the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards tonight, you already know that Netflix's House of Cards didn't win. Not long after the broadcast wrapped up, Netflix posted this video, which has House of Cards character Doug Stamper making a phone call...
“Weird Al” Yankovic continued his no holds barred pop culture takeover with a silly and spirited performance at tonight’s Emmy Awards. His targets were a selection of this year’s nominees, as he added lyrics to some of TV’s most memorable instrumental theme songs.
The Emmys are usually a night for comedy and playful jabs at the celebrities who get dressed up and come to the awards, hoping to nab their very own trophies. There are somber moments too, especially during the “In Memorium” segment dedicated to the best and brightest showbiz names who have died in the past year.
Never mind that Breaking Bad wrapped up the second half of its final season nearly a year ago. Out of sight definitely didn't mean out of mind for the Academy voters this year, as the acclaimed AMC drama dominated the Emmy Awards, facing off against HBO's Game of Thrones and True Detective, among other series, and coming out on top. That includes closing out the awards show by winning the grand prize of Outstanding Drama series one last time.
There are two different paths you can go when choosing an awards show host. You can pick a safe, overly professional veteran or you can go with a wild card. This year, the Emmy Awards decided to go with the clean and comfortable professional in the form of Seth Meyers.
Remember when Bryan Cranston was on Seinfeld? Well, Julia Louis-Dreyfus claims not to (she was joking, of course). In an effort to remind her of just how cozy his character was with Elaine in Seinfeld, Cranston interrupted Julia Louis-Dreyfus on her way up to the stage to collect her freshly-won Emmy Award and laid a serious smooch on her. Check it out in the video below!
Take a second away from watching Modern Family and Big Bang Theory trying to sweep this year’s Emmy Awards to watch comedian Billy Eichner (Parks and Recreation) and Emmy host Seth Meyers putting on a special edition of the always uproarious Billy on the Street.