Scoot McNairy and Lee Pace
AMC's upcoming computer pioneering drama Halt and Catch Fire will premiere Sunday, June 1 at 10/9c, TVGuide.com has learned.
The 10-episode series follows an unlikely trio, played by Lee Pace, Scoot McNairy and Mackenzie Davis, as they try and revolutionize the idea of the personal computer. Set in the early 1980s, former IBM executive Joe McMillan (Pace) enlists an engineer Gordon Clark (McNairy) and the volatile prodigy Cameron Howe (Davis) in the hopes of forcing his company Cardiff Electric into the personal computer race.
Demi Lovato's hair is like a river: It's always there, but never the same.
The "Heart Attack" singer debuted her latest look on Twitter Tuesday night, revealing a brand new side undercut.
Taylor Swift has obtained a temporary restraining order against a man claiming to be her husband,E! News reports.
The singer's request, granted Monday, prevents 33-year-old Timothy Street from making contact with Swift, including through electronic means, until March 25, when a court hearing will take place to determine whether the order will be extended. The order also bans Sweet from contacting Swift's mother, father and brother.
Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon
Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon used to share a desk for SNL's "Weekend Update," but on Monday's Tonight Show the pair shared mouths.
It all started when Fey gave voice to our dreams, telling Fallon she wanted to shake things up: "You're doing a pretty good job, but I would also like to interview me." Fallon didn't hesitate before granting Fey's wish, launching into a "Lip Flip" bit, in which the duo's mouths are imposed on each other's faces.
If you wished this year's Oscar nominees suffered from a severe lack of cats and double rainbows, Jimmy Kimmel has you covered. The late-night host gave YouTube videos the big-screen trailer treatment during his post-Oscars special — with the help of a few friends, of course.
Frank Underwood might be great at playing politicians, but Kevin Spacey was board to play the piano in the trailer for Ameowadeus. The actor took on the iconic role of Keyboard Cat in the fake trailer, starring opposite Christoph Waltz, Ben Kingsley, Gary Oldman and Mandy Patinkin.
We can't say we were fans of Beth (Emily Kinney) when we first met her, but she's somehow become a total bada--. That's why we can't wait for Sunday's Walking Dead, which will take a closer look at Beth and Daryl's (Norman Reedus) relationship as they make camp together.