David Letterman paid tribute to his longtime friend Robin Williams in a 10-minute segment on Monday's "Late Show With David Letterman."
"Orange Is the New Black," "True Detective" and "Cosmos" picked up Emmys as TV's awards season began, while -- appropriately -- "Saturday Night Live" added to its four-decade-long haul with five more honors at the Creative Arts Emmys.
Comedian Mike Birbiglia has a new role on lock down.
Ryan Murphy has added another attraction to his "American Horror Story: Freak Show"?and this one is a real show stopper.
Shark Week still has plenty of bite.
Sunday's Teen Choice Awards found no fault with "The Fault In Our Stars."
Rust Cohle's pessimistic "True Detective" monologues expressing the meaninglessness of life have proved meaningful to one online author -- and he's accusing "True Detective's" writer, Nic Pizzolatto, of plagiarizing from other sources.
ABC's reconstruction of "The View" involves not just new co-hosts like Rosie O'Donnell but a new producer, too, sources say: Bill Wolff.
Cory and Topanga are here to stay, at least for another year: The Disney Channel has picked up "Girl Meets World" for a second season.
When CBS announces Craig Ferguson's replacement on "The Late Late Show," many are expecting to hear the name "James Corden."
Get ready for more "Arrested Development."
In the spinoff "Bachelor in Paradise," ABC has rounded up past "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" contestants to give them a second chance at finding love. (Or is that fame? Perhaps a lucky few will find both.)
"Big Bang Theory" fans can breathe a sigh of relief.
Christina Hendricks' decision to star in "Mad Men" was a risk that paid off.
Brace yourselves, "Big Bang Theory" fans: Production on the CBS comedy has been put on pause.
David Simon has gotten behind a "Hero."
Peace. Love. And Snarknado 2.
"Girls" actress Allison Williams is headed for Neverland.
When it comes to competing on "The Bachelorette," you can't blame a guy for trying.
A twister filled with man-eating sharks is about to hit New York City -- at least on your television screen.
Did Andi Dorfman choose wisely with her final rose?
When last we saw Olivia Pope, she was flying off into the sunset (or maybe just flying off) with Jake by her side?leaving behind a broken Fitz, who'd just lost his son and realized some horrible things about his father. D.C. now rests in the hands of Olivia's own father, who once again took over B-613. So what awaits the team when season four starts up? How about a new face?
The host of CBS' "Late Show" may be changing, but the location is staying the same.
After the New Year, it'll be "Downton Abbey" season.
Netflix knows you well.
On Saturday, two stars from "Facts of Life" got together for a long overdue TV reunion.
Every single episode of "The Simpsons" is going online, fully searchable.
Lifetime has found its replacement for Zendaya Coleman.
Time to pull up the comfy chair.
"Two and a Half Men" isn't going quietly.
Jillian Michaels just returned to "The Biggest Loser" in 2013, but she's already exiting the series once again.
Bryan Cranston is returning to television: HBO acquired the rights to Broadway's "All the Way," the Tony-winning play in which the "Breaking Bad" star portrayed Lyndon B. Johnson, the network confirmed to EW.
As the host of the 2014 ESPY Awards, Drake hit a home run.
And two more bite the dust: A source confirms to EW that "Saturday Night Live" has elected not to renew the contracts of Noël Wells and John Milhiser, both of whom joined the sketch show last fall as featured players. Deadline first reported the news.
You want to know when "Scandal" and "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD" return?
Nickelodeon has canceled "Sam & Cat," with last Saturday's episode serving as its series finale. The show lasted one season.
Tender, loving vampires? Look elsewhere than FX's "The Strain."
HBO execs say they have nothing to worry about with "Game of Thrones" -- and not just because it's the most-nominated program at the Emmys this year.
ABC is beginning its reconstruction of "The View" by bringing back Rosie O'Donnell, one of the most famous co-hosts from the talk show's history.
Finding yourself using the balding old man emoji to incorporate George Constanza into text conversations?
The 2014 Emmy nominations were announced on Thursday, with "Game of Thrones" in the lead with a total of 19 nods, and "Breaking Bad" getting its final round of recognition.
Halle Berry's reason for returning to TV in CBS's "Extant" are simple: She goes "where the work is," as she told the network.
Adam Levine has pulled a musical coup on "The Voice."
The guest cast for "Sons of Anarchy's" final season continues to grow.
"Breaking Bad," it's time for your curtain call.
Historically the hometown dates on "The Bachelorette" can be fraught with a touch of anxiety, but on Monday night's episode there was an abundance of grief.
As "True Blood" nears its series finale, it's taking some of its best characters down with it.
Get used to hearing the name Georgina Haig.
The weekend of July 4th is a time for doing American things: grilling, watching fireworks, ignoring zoning restrictions and setting off your own fireworks. But shenanigans are tiring, you know? The sun will give you a sunburn. The grill will make your clothes smell like smoke. We at EW much prefer to test our endurance in other ways, mostly by watching TV.
"Seinfeld" had nothing to say -- and that was its genius.
We may not have seen the last of Walter White.
Months after "Once Upon a Time's" big season three finale reveal?Elsa has arrived! "Frozen" is joining the fairy tale fray!?the fantasy series has finally cast two key roles based on characters from Disney's blockbuster musical.
Don't look for Adam Richman's new Travel Channel show "Man Finds Food" anytime soon.
Jennifer Love Hewitt is returning to CBS: The actress is joining the network's long-running hit procedural "Criminal Minds" as a series regular starting this fall.
Hello BET. Was it Lionel Richie you were looking for?
Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy are weathering changes at "The View" changes with a smile.
Maria Bello will star in a Lifetime movie adaptation of Stephen King's horror novella "Big Driver." The movie will also star Olympia Dukakis, Grammy nominee Joan Jett, and Will Harris ("Sky High"). This project is the first collaboration between King and Lifetime.
Lee Thompson Young's "Rizzoli & Isles" character, Detective Barry Frost, was given an emotional farewell in Tuesday's episode.
"American Idol" Season 14 will look a lot like last season -- at least in terms of the judges and the host.
This year, some real-life drama surrounds the soap-focused Daytime Emmy Awards.
Too long relegated to sad, dusty obscurity, the mostly forgotten '90s comedy gem "Seinfeld" will finally resurface on TBS later this month.
"Rising Star," ABC's new singing competition, hasn't exactly risen to the top.
The Daytime Emmy Awards adore Ellen DeGeneres.
AMC is already calling Saul again.
Allison Janney doubled down at the 2014 Critics' Choice Television Awards.
Bon Temps is out of time.
Ever wanted to know what really happened behind the scenes on "Saved by the Bell"?
"Game of Thrones" has been setting ratings records for HBO this season, so it's probably no surprise that the fantasy hit is once again settings records for illegal downloading too.
One of the Disney stars is set to play the late singer Aaliyah in an upcoming television movie.
What is a new record for hosting a single show, Alex?
The bastard son of a slain traitor. The twin son and daughter of a great lord. The king born of their incestuous union. The charred corpse of a shepherd's daughter. The huge and deadly hatchlings of an exile queen. The two young psychics who sacrificed limb and life to heed some mystical call. The last survivors of a mythical race. The feral young apprentice to a succession of killers. The butcher's boy whose death spurred her anger. The unwanted offspring who brings his House down around him at last. "Game of Thrones" titled its fourth season finale "The Children," and its brood was huge and varied.
Lorne Michaels says that "Saturday Night Live" can expect cast changes before its 40th season begins in September. In an interview with Deadline, the creator and longtime executive producer of NBC's late-night sketch show said, "We're still in the middle of rebuilding. So there will be changes this year."
"Game of Thrones" fan Dave Goldblatt is preparing to die -- and by the pen of George R.R. Martin no less.
One thing that makes television so great (and different from film) is the luxury of multiple years and seasons to explore different moments and experiences in a character's life as they naturally progress. Because of that, TV shows frequently evolve drastically from their tidy season 1 concepts, which can make their original titles a bit confusing.
The Battle of Castle Black may have been the biggest action set-piece in "Game of Thrones" history (and probably TV history, too), but next Sunday's hour of the HBO hit could be the show's best episode ever.
Tyra taught her to smize, but will Yaya sing too?
Even though it's set in a prison that serves tampon sandwiches for lunch, "Orange Is the New Black" is a pretty highbrow show, whether it's quoting Shakespeare's Coriolanus, name-dropping Ulysses, or analyzing Robert Frost's ''The Road Not Taken'' in a way that will permanently alter how you interpret that poem.
"Orange Is the New Black," and it's the new face of comedy, too.
Showtime is sharing a few pieces of intel about "Homeland:" Two new roles have been cast for the upcoming fourth season.
More "Breaking Bad" yo?
It's hard for today's generation to imagine watching TV in the 1960s -- there was no TiVo or DVR (or even VCR). You watched what the networks put on and that was it.
Greendale may not have closed its doors for good after all: Hulu is currently in talks with Sony Pictures TV for a sixth season of the recently cancelled "Community," a source close to the show tells EW. (Deadline first reported the news.) Sony and Hulu aren't commenting, and another source stressed caution about such a deal, but a proposed plan would likely include a 13-episode new season of the community college meta-comedy, with creator Dan Harmon in the fold. If by chance an agreement were reached, it would push the show past the 100-episode milestone (it's at 97), and, of course, bring it one crucial step closer to fulfilling fans' rally cries of "six seasons and a movie."
The history of television is a history of insults.
As Tracy Jordan once said on "30 Rock:" Live every week like it's Shark Week.
Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan are headed to Washington.
Cue "Thus Spoke Zarathustra."
"The Voice's" new winner has put Usher on the scoreboard.
What a year Meryl Davis is having.
There's no question that Maya Rudolph is supremely talented. The real question is whether the best home for those talents is on her own variety show.
"The Bachelorette" premiered Monday night with a tribute to a contestant.