Every year, the Super Bowl is generally the most-watched TV program, as everyone wants to get a look at the NFL’s two best teams duking it out amidst a bunch of expensive commercials. But for everyone who just wants to laugh, Comedy Central is giving Key & Peele its own Super Bowl special, and it’s going to be amazing.
While it’s nice the frequently snubbed Orphan Black actress Tatiana Maslany got a nomination with this awards ceremony, there are a lot of winners on this list from shows that have been on the air for two or more seasons. Take a look at the full list of winners.
You never know what is going to happen when you get a bunch of award winners into a room with one another, but in the case of the 2015 Golden Globes after parties, we know one weirdly obscene thing that happened. And it involved Kathy Bates.
this weekend, a good chunk of the cast from the sitcom Full House met up for creator Jeff Franklin’s birthday extravaganza, and they ended up getting onstage and signing the theme song, “Everywhere you Look,” for the hit series. It's definitely worth a watch.
Even after 12 and a half seasons, Family Guy is still one of the most popular shows on TV. The comedy's continued success might have something to do with all the hilarious characters on the Animation Domination, sorry, Sunday Funday series, both regulars and guest stars alike. Here are ten of the most memorable guest stars...
As promised, Starz has delivered another sip of Outlander to quench (or taunt) our thirst during the great #Droughtlander of 2014-2015. This taste comes in the form of the opening scene, which includes an intro from Ronald D. Moore...
After this weeks debate over DeflateGate, NBC’s Saturday Night Live made sure to put their two cents in on the controversy in their cold open, and got to the bottom of who really is responsible for deflating the Patriots footballs.
Last night Blake Shelton made his debut run on Saturday Night Live, playing not only host to the late night sketch comedy show, but also its musical guest. Watch below as the cast of The Voice square off against the cast of American Idol in the confines of Family Feud the celebrity edition.
“Some people toe the line. Others Walk the Line. Walter Blunt Will Do A Line, If politely offered.” That's the premise laid out in the teaser clip of the new series Blunt Talk, starring Patrick Stewart. See for yourself.
There was a period in the nineties when movie producers tried to make Shaquille O’Neal a legitimate movie star. Although that may not have taken, the former NBA player has popped up in movies and TV shows in the years since Kazaam was first released.
Next week the insanity continues in “Midnight City,” which is the second part of this unofficial Arrow trilogy. What we know so far comes from the official CW description and the 30 second promo the network has released, and there are plenty of clues and hints about what’s coming. We’ve gone ahead and broken down what you can expect from the January 28 episode.
I was worried Season 2 might get off to a slow start, but director Steve Boyum’s premiere is quick out of the gate, thrusting straight into gory action and pirate plotting, as well as introducing a brand new villain. This isn’t the series we left behind last spring.
This is one of those rare commercials where every single second is amusing and/or baffling, and it's already in line to be one of the best commercials of 2015. In Terry Crews we trust.
When the FCC gets buck on someone, it usually has something to do with explicit language and/or nudity of the accidental kind. In this case, however, the big bucks are coming out over a movie trailer.
ABC has had a lot of programming shoehorned into its schedule and billed as “a limited series” or “event series” this year. Chief among these is Agent Carter. While 8 episodes were produced for the limited season, the question remains: What are the chances that Agent Carter will return for more episodes in the future?