Penni Evans

  • Renewal Relief: 30 TV Shows that Will Be Around for Another Year

    To help put your mind at ease, here’s a list of some of the major TV shows we’ve come to know and love that will be around for another season.

    Wall St. Cheat Sheet
  • Good Wife’s Heartbreaking Death

    Christine Baranski on shooting the heartbreaking ‘Good Wife’ scene that left her sobbing—and then getting drunk and having a big laugh after his funeral.

    The Daily Beast
  • LIVE: Kings vs. Sharks

    Antti Niemi and the Sharks look to take a commanding 2-0 series lead. Watch on CSN California and follow along with In-Game Live.

    Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
  • NBC Sports
  • High court to hear dispute about TV over Internet

    Thirty years after failing to convince the Supreme Court of the threat posed by home video recordings, big media companies are back and now trying to rein in another technological innovation they say threatens their financial well-being. Now the entertainment conglomerates that own U.S. television…

    The Associated Press
  • WATCH LIVE: Philadelphia Flyers at New York Rangers (Game 2)

    The contest will start at 12:00 p.m. ET.

    NBC Sports
  • 'Orphan Black' Premiere Recap: Drop the Glue Gun — We're Using Real Bullets Now

    They're baaack! Open your crafts closet, grab a glue gun, and design a big ol' thank you card, because our favorite clones — including one we didn't expect to see again — finally returned in "Orphan Black's" thrilling (and hilarious) second-season premiere on BBC America.

    Yahoo TV
  • Mad Men recap: 'A Day's Work'

    Tonight's episode of Mad Men offers audiences a chance to return, once again, to Don Draper playing "Don Draper" — but not immediately. Don begins the episode alone in his apartment, which gives us the chance to see what his life is like without work and Megan to occupy his time: Sleeping until…

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    Fight Explodes on 'Housewives' Reunion

    Sunday night on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” the cast reunited with Andy Cohen for a friendly chat about the past season. Okay, it wasn’t really friendly at all, especially between Kenya Moore went after Porsha Williams. Kenya used a megaphone to accuse Porsha of cheating on her now…

    Prime Time In No Time Videos
  • Devious Maids Season Premiere Recap: Bridges of Beverly Hills — Plus: Bonus Scoop

    Like a Pine Sol-scented beacon in the cold, dark night, Lifetime’s Devious Maids returned for its second season Sunday with new maids, new men and a twisted new mystery. RELATED | Devious Maids EP Previews Marisol’s ‘Dark’ New Life and More Season 2 Scoop Let’s […]
  • The battle over Aereo: Diller vs. Moonves

    Wolff: The TV dispute pits media titans against each other.

  • Discovery Cancels ‘Everest Jump Live’ After Deadly Avalanche

    Discovery has canceled its planned “Everest Jump Live.” “In light of the overwhelming tragedy at Mt. Everest and respect for the families of the fallen, Discovery Channel will not be going forward with ‘Everest Jump Live.’ Our thoughts and prayers go out to the whole Sherpa community,” the network…

    The Wrap
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    Lohan's Shocking Pregnancy Revelation

    Sunday on the season finale of Lindsay Lohan’s OWN docudrama “Lindsay,” Lohan made a shocking revelation: she suffered a miscarriage during the filming of the reality series. Lindsay said that the failed pregnancy was the reason she had to take two weeks off of shooting. Lohan detailed not only the…

    Prime Time In No Time Videos
  • True Blood Season 7: First Teaser Reveals 'Sick Vampires' and Civil War in Bon Temps

    “There’s no one left” is about the last thing you want to hear in the wake of an apparent civil war, so naturally, that’s exactly how Sookie chooses to end this chilling first teaser for True Blood‘s final season. RELATED | True Blood Casts 90210‘s […]
  • $250,000 Grant to Finance Website Tied to PBS Series

    The Knight Foundation plans to give money to the PBS series “How We Got to Now” to create a site aimed at encouraging idea-sharing among civic leaders, urban planners, designers and others.

    The New York Times
  • The Hollywood Reporter
  • Once Upon a Time Stars, Creators Tease a Huge Decision, Big Reveals and… Dorothy's Intro?

    ABC’s Once Upon a Time very soon will shed some light on the casting of the curse that returned Regina, the Charmings et al to Storybrooke sans their memories of the past year, possibly noodle with a certain rugrat’s noggin […]
  • TVLine's Performer of the Week: Jack Gleeson

    A weekly feature in which we spotlight shining stars THE PERFORMER | Jack Gleeson THE SHOW | Game of Thrones THE EPISODE | “The Lion and the Rose“ THE AIRDATE | April 13, 2014 THE PERFORMANCE | Thrones fans, stop for a minute and try to tally up every […]
  • From Hard Cover to the Small Screen: 8 TV Shows Based On Novels

    From vampire drama to the end of the world, books turned TV shows offer some excellent entertainment. Here are eight worth watching (and reading.)

    Wall St. Cheat Sheet
  • Sharyl Attkisson: CBS News Resistant Toward Criticizing Government, Corporations

    Appearing on CNN, the investigative correspondent also described a CBS News culture where stories that were favorable to the Obama administration were likelier to be embraced by producers.

    The Hollywood Reporter