TV News Archive

  • TV Review: ‘Marvel’s Daredevil’

    Marvel Television’s plan to bring second-tier heroes to the screen has found a logical and hospitable home in Netflix, a subscription service that should benefit from capitalizing on the ardor of the fanboy base via a multi-series relationship. First up is “Daredevil,” a character with a spotty…

  • Teresa Giudice Keeps Joe Giudice Waiting for Prison Visit, Too Busy Doing Her Hair

    Joe Giudice has opened up for the first time about Teresa Giudice's life behind bars, and the TV star isn't letting her beauty regimen slip!

    Us Weekly
  • Clarkson show goes on without 'Top Gear' label

    Britain's Jeremy Clarkson will continue to appear on an international tour of live auto shows despite being dropped as the presenter of hit series "Top Gear", the BBC said on Tuesday. The stage shows with Clarkson and his former "Top Gear" co-presenters Richard Hammond and James May were planned…

    AFP Relax News
  • A Minute With: Elisabeth Moss and her dream 'Mad Men' role

    By Jill Serjeant NEW YORK (Reuters) - As AMC's hit period advertising drama "Mad Men" enters the second part of its final season beginning April 5, actress Elisabeth Moss reflects on her role as Peggy Olson, who blossomed from a shy secretary to an early 1960s feminist and rising female ad agency…

  • Charter Communications to buy Bright House Networks in $10.4-billion deal

    Charter Communications Inc. has scooped up Bright House Networks with a proposed $10.4-billion takeover bid that accelerates the consolidation of the cable television and Internet service landscape.

    Los Angeles Times
  • What to Watch Tonight: Arrow, Supernatural, and The Americans

    What to watch on Wednesday, April 1... 8pm, The CW Arrow An attack on the mayor's office leaves Ray badly wounded, prompting a supportive visit from Felicity's mom in "Public Enemy." As Team Arrow searches for the assailant, Ra's al Ghul compounds their troubles by abducting Quentin. 8pm, ABC The…
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    Watch a Sneak Peek of Community Episode 5

    Virtual inmates get sentenced to Greendale and Britta throws a "no-rules" party in this trailer for the fifth episode of Community season six.

    Community Original Clips
  • Cougar Town Finale Recap: 'Deja View'

    Cougar Town ended Tuesday a very different show than when it started, but not much different from the show it became. In the Cul de Sac crew’s closing chapter, the worst birthday of Jules’ life eventually blessed her with the greatest gift of all. RELATED Cougar Town: Your Fave Songs From All 6…
  • Popp hopes Michael Sam chooses CFL’s Alouettes

    The Montreal Alouettes hold defensive end Michael Sam’s rights in the CFL.  Their General Manager believes Sam may indeed choose to give Canadian football a try. “The CFL is cut out perfectly for his style,” Popp told the Montreal Gazette.  “It would give him the opportunity to do what he does…

    ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
  • Metal detectors coming to Dodger Stadium this season

    Metal detectors are coming to Dodger Stadium starting with the Freeway Series finale against the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday. The procedures were used periodically at certain Dodger Stadium gates last season, and now all 30 major league teams will use them. The Dodgers say their staff will try…

    The Associated Press
  • MSNBC Ratings Crater To All-Time Lows, Fox News Tops Q1 Results, CNN Up

    Talk about a tale of two cable news networks. With its 53rd consecutive quarter total audience win, Fox News Channel saw a 10% primetime rise among adults 25-54 in first-quarter 2015 over last year. In fact, with 321,000 on average among the 25-54s in primetime, Fox News thrashed rivals CNN…

  • Trevor Noah, Comedy Central defend past jokes after backlash

    Trevor Noah, the newly announced successor to Jon Stewart on Comedy Central's late-night news parody "The Daily Show," defended himself against a backlash arising from past comments he made about Jews and women. "To reduce my views to a handful of jokes that didn’t land is not a true reflection of…

  • Mysteries of Laura: Police Academy's Steve Guttenberg to the Rescue?

    Filmdom’s erstwhile Sgt. Carey Mahoney just might save the day during a May sweeps episode of The Mysteries of Laura. TVLine has learned that Police Academy alum Steve Guttenberg will guest-star on the May 13 episode of NBC’s freshman cop drama as… himself. As the episode unfolds, the funnyman will…
  • Bloodline Renewed for Season 2

    Netflix clearly has not had its fill of Rayburn family drama: The streaming giant has renewed Bloodline for a second season, TVLine has learned. Bloodline, which released its entire 13-episode first season on March 20, stars Kyle Chandler (Friday Night Lights) as a Florida detective whose seedy…
  • House of Lies Renewed for Season 5

    Showtime will continue to build its House of Lies. The premium cabler has renewed its Don Cheadle-led comedy for a 10-episode fifth season, the network announced Tuesday. The renewal comes just two days after Lies‘ Season 4 finale, in which Cheadle’s Marty fought to save his consulting firm from…
  • Scientology Exposé 'Going Clear' Is HBO's Biggest Doc Premiere in Almost a Decade

    The Alex Gibney feature is the most watched since Spike Lee's four-part report about Hurricane Katrina in 2006.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • iZombie "The Exterminator" Review: Two's Company, But Three's a Horde

    iZombie S01E03: "The Exterminator" It's easy to forget that iZombie is only three weeks old, because it arrived with a strong voice that's all its own. The show's pilot quickly established the series' genre-bending world and dropped us right in the middle of the action, while last week's "Brother,…
  • Dennis Hopper's Unreleased Final Film Raises Nearly $100K on Kickstarter

    As of Tuesday, fans had pledged more than $90,000 towards The Last Film Festival, a comedy that stars the late actor as a Hollywood producer whose latest flop has been rejected by every film festival except the one in the small town of O'Hi. In a lengthy post on the Kickstarter campaign page,…

    TV Guide
  • NBC's next live musical will be The Wiz, produced by Cirque du Soleil

    NBC has officially made its live musical event an annual tradition — and there's an interesting twist this year. After staying on solid ground for 2013's Sound of Music Live and flying gracefully for 2014's Peter Pan Live, this year's holiday event will be a version of The Wiz produced by acrobatic…

    The Verge