Lindsay Lohan is about to make life a little harder for Max and Caroline on "2 Broke Girls."
"L.A. Law" had buzz right from the moment it premiered in 1986.
Patricia Arquette is the newest CSI franchise star. The Emmy-winning Medium actress has been cast in the lead role in CBS' upcoming "CSI" spinoff.
"Oh, dear. I'm a mess." Those words, said with all the English delicacy that Jemma Simmons can muster, pretty much sums up what I believe should be fans' emotional state after this episode. Returning after a month-long break, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. came back in a big way. From the beginning (poor Skye!) to the end (Lorelei!) to all the action in between, the hour was an intense ride that really showed the ways in which the series is finally starting to find its feet and take advantage of its storytelling.
"Two and a Half Men' is staging a "That '70s Show" reunion.
As of Monday, the best damn news team in America has a new member: Jordan Klepper, an Upright Citizens Brigade veteran who happens to look a lot like the vast majority of "Saturday Night Live's" new featured players (read: blandly handsome; white).
"Dancing With the Stars" has announced its new lineup of competitors, and at least two of them already know how to go for the gold.
FX's Cold War drama "The Americans" is about to blow its cover.
The wait for Glee fans is finally over!
Seth Meyers had big shoes to fill on Monday night.
Thus far, NBC's late-night transition has been like butter.
"Heroes" lives: NBC helped kickstart the superhero TV trend in 2006 with "Heroes," an X-Men-ish action-drama about a group of people with superhuman powers. Now the network is bringing back the show for a 13-episode event series to air in 2015. Original series creator Tim Kring is on board to run the show. Titled "Heroes Reborn," the project is billed as a stand-alone story; the characters have not yet been announced.
The best-known name in pro-wrestling history is returning to WWE: Hulk Hogan is coming back to serve as a host for the company's various programs.
Is this the face of a beautiful prima ballerina who burns for her beautiful brother ? and yearns for revenge against her equally beautiful mother?
Jimmy Fallon left us with great memories after five years on "Late Night," but the pressure was on for his first time hosting "The Tonight Show" on Monday.
To thunderous applause and with a Cheshire cat grin, Jimmy Fallon walked on to the stage at the NBC Studio in New York Monday night -- the new host in the old home of the "Tonight Show."
Raise your hand if you spent this weekend binge-watching "House of Cards"?
Congratulations, Jimmy Fallon. You've won the "Tonight Show." You start Monday.
If you're trying to keep up with Kim Kardashian's little sister Kendall, you'll need to look on the runway.
The Sharknado sequel may just have a soundtrack by Sugar Ray.
"Frances Ha" star Greta Gerwig is your new Ted.
When we last saw South Carolina Congressman Francis Underwood on Netflix's "House of Cards," he was being offered an appointment to the vice presidency of the United States.
Fox's Batman prequel "Gotham" has filled four major roles, including The Penguin and Alfred Pennyworth.
TNT has offed "Mob City."
"The Walking Dead" left us hanging with its midseason finale last year, so we knew to expect surprises when the AMC show returned Sunday.
"You gotta pull it together man," Andy Samberg, the final guest on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," told his friend. "You're moving up a time slot, across the hall, bigger stage, this is all good stuff!"
Reality singing competition "The X Factor" has lost its flagship star and its place on Fox's lineup.
Could "Preacher" become AMC's next "Walking Dead"?
Michael J. Fox's TV hot streak has ended.
In the 22 years that Jay Leno hosted the "Tonight Show" -- give or take the spare months Conan O'Brien took the helm -- O.J. Simpson was the celebrity most often used as the butt of Leno's jokes.
The current eighth season will be "Psych's" last.
Nope, season 2 isn't out yet. But Netflix has renewed "House of Cards" for a third season anyway.
At last the mystery has been solved.
Oh Bob Dylan, how can the life of such a man be in the palm of some advertiser's hand?
Our favorite Sunday of the year will arrive on February 2, and we're already armed with snacks and snark to dissect the best part of Super Bowl XLVIII: its commercials.
Maybe it was Beyonce, or maybe it was the Beatles. (Actually, it was probably both.) The Grammy Awards attracted 28.5 million viewers to CBS on Sunday night, which is essentially a modern-day record for the annual music awards show.
If you're like me, rose lovers, you were perfectly content to watch "The Bachelor: Sean and Catherine's Wedding" from the comfort of your own couch.
If anyone could lure "Mork & Mindy" star Pam Dawber back to TV, it's Robin Williams.
Judge Judy Sheindlin's holiday brainstorm turned into a new court show that's already been sold in 75% of the country. While vacationing in Ireland and observing the country's three-judge panels, Sheindlin came up with "Hot Bench" ? a new daily show from CBS TV Prods. that'll pretty much to the same thing but on TV with judge Patricia DiMango and attorneys Tanya Acker and Larry Bakman.
So NBC has signed Bill Cosby for a new sitcom.
Forget about football. We're ready for the Super Bowl commercials.
Alison Sweeney ? who has spent 21 years in NBC daytime playing the popular character Sami Brady ? will leave "Days of Our Lives."
"Sleepy Hollow" wrapped up its freshman season Monday night with a finale packed full of major twists and a whopper of a cliffhanger that left pretty much every major character in a terrible, life-threatening position. (Head thee to EW's "Sleepy Hollow" recap for all the details.)
It's true ? she can't stop.
In less than a month, Jay Leno will pass the "Tonight Show" torch to Jimmy Fallon.
It took Drake only one try to become one of "Saturday Night Live's" best hosts.
Despite Kate Gosselin's command to her twin daughters to just "spit it out," neither Cara nor Mady Gosselin were interested in speaking much on the "Today" show Thursday.
"American Idol" returns this week with not a single original judge at the table, new possible contestants and some changes to the format.
HBO's hot new anthology drama True Detectives opened solid in the ratings Sunday night, while comedy Girls returned to a series-high audience.
Walking the red carpet is basically like walking a tightrope in front of your harshest critics, but Gabourey Sidibe has handled hers with class.
Stop the presses!
More than 20 million people watched the Golden Globes on Sunday night, the highest total audience for the awards show in 10 years.
If season 3 of "Girls" proves anything, it's that Lena Dunham listens to her haters.
The "Downton Abbey" phenomenon just keeps getting bigger.
2014 marks an exciting new year for "Downton Abbey" fans. The show's fourth season kicks off on PBS on Sunday, and 1922 promises to be another scandal-filled time for the Crawley family and their busy staff.
The New Year will bring with it a new era of late-night TV.
James Avery was a prolific and versatile actor during his 68 years, but he's best known to several as Uncle Phil.
Miley Cyrus. Robin Thicke. Blake Shelton. New Year's Eve 2013 on TV looked a lot like the year itself.
Now that you've properly celebrated the beginning of 2014, it's likely that you're in need of some downtime to recover from the night's festivities. And even if not, there's no harm in sitting on the couch anyway.
Before you attend your New Year's parties, you have to decide what to do during the day on New Year's Eve. Surely it can't take you 12 hours to get ready for a party. And if you choose to relax a little (or a lot) in front of the television, we've rounded up your viewing options. Well, if by viewing you mean marathoning and never leaving the sofa.
It seems like everyone, with or without HBO, knew about the "Game of Thrones" Red Wedding episode ? which could explain why the show once again tops TorrentFreak's annual list of the most pirated TV shows.
In 2013, our TV options were practically endless.
While boycott petitions against "Duck Dynasty" home A&E take off, the network itself is staying quiet.
After nine seasons, CBS has announced the series finale date for its beloved sitcom "How I Met Your Mother."
If there's one thing we can all agree on when it comes to "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson and the fallout from his interview with GQ, it's that everyone has an opinion.
On Tuesday night, "The Voice" simultaneously found its Season 5 champion and ended coach Blake Shelton's winning streak.
This year in TV was all about having what you wanted when you wanted it.
The third season finale of Showtime's Homeland set a new record for the series: Homeland had 2.4 million viewers for its 9 p.m. premiere and totaled 2.9 million viewers for the night. That's the show's biggest take ever.
Call it a Christmas miracle.
Listen up, "Happy Endings" fans!
Perhaps Tim Meadows' invitation back to "Saturday Night Live" got lost in the mail.
Call it "Low Winter" one and done.
"The Sound of Music Live!" has become the new definition of "hate-watching."
With Thursday's debut of "The Sound of Music Live!," NBC just might resurrect the live musical broadcast.
As one of the stars of HGTV's "Curb Appeal," Bill Beckwith had a solid fan base.
NBC has ordered a second season of "The Blacklist," its hit drama that stars James Spader as a world-renowned terrorist.
After a day of giving thanks, eating turkey, and watching TV with the family, a common impulse is to get out of the house and go shopping. Just kidding! Instead of braving the Black Friday brawls, sit back and relax with even more TV marathons. (That's what Cyber Monday is for, isn't it?) Standouts include complete(-ish) sets of favorite franchises such as Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Wars, and Star Trek, as well as guilty-pleasure reality series like House Hunters International and Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta.
"Glee" fans, affectionately known as Gleeks, will finally get the chance to directly impact what happens on the musical series, now in its fifth season.
If there were one holiday that was tailor-made for sitting on the couch and indulging in a marathon of your favorite show, it would be Thanksgiving.
"Family Guy" fans are not letting Brian Griffin go gently into the night.
It's a shame what "Family Guy" has done to its dog.
Sunday night's American Music Awards seemed much tamer than many of the other awards shows lately, despite having the promise of host rapper Pitbull to ABC that "I hope you got that delay button ready; we're going to have a lot of fun."
For Miley Cyrus' 21st birthday on Saturday, she's getting the keys to MTV.
This "Super Fun Night" casting is, frankly, super fun.
The bad news: Emmy-award winning comedian John Oliver is leaving "The Daily Show," where he's been serving as a correspondent since 2006.
Mariah Carey is clarifying her feelings about working on Fox's "American Idol."
For the first time ever, pioneering MTV reality series "The Real World" is changing its format.
Just call it the real-life "Entourage" ... with extra cheese.
The CW just gave every one of its freshman dramas a full-season order.
For the sixth straight year, Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will cohost the CMA Awards, airing tonight at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. (See our predictions for who we think will win, and who we'd vote for.)