The Seattle Seahawks destroyed the Denver Broncos Sunday. No way around it. The Seahawks won Super Bowl XLVIII 43-8.
At a certain point, the Seahawks domination felt almost cruel. But this is football. The people on the field suffer long-term brain damage. The game is ruthless.
Come for the football, stay for the commercials.
No one held back during Sunday's Super Bowl, not the Seattle Seahawks, the Denver Broncosand definitely not the advertisers.
President Barack Obama sat down with Fox News' Bill O'Reilly Sundayafternoon for a pre-Super Bowl interview. What followed was 10 minutes of interruptions and continuous sniping.
O'Reilly, who saw the opportunity to get things "on the record," questioned Obama on the IRS, health care and the 2012 Benghazi attack.
After being called out for complacency in Dylan Farrow's open letter, Cate Blanchett has responded to the allegations that Woody Allen sexually abused his daughter.
Philip Seymour Hoffman has passed away at 46, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
According to a law-enforcement official, the Oscar-winning actor was found dead in his Manhattan apartment Sunday afternoon. The New York Police Department is currently investigating and no cause of death has been determined.
It was Melissa McCarthy's third time hosting SNL, but the focus of the night wasn't on the comedian's welcome return. Saturday also markedSeth Meyers' last episode after more than a decade on the series.
While the episode featured some real duds (we're looking at you, "Art Exhibit"), Meyers' goodbye and McCarthy's delightful absurdity made it an episode worth watching. Check out the best sketches below.
Breaking Bad, House of Cards and Veep received top honors during Saturday's 66th annual Writers Guild Awards.
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Saturday's episode of Girls. Read at your own risk!]
What the eff just happened?!
After asking Ray (Alex Karpovsky) to drop some serious honesty bombs on her during this week's Girls, Marnie (Allison Williams) wrapped her legs around the coffee shop manager and soon the pair was getting it on. Not "making love." Not the passionless routine Ray had with Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) — this was straight f---ing. Who knew Ray had it in him?
Grace Gummer has joined the cast of CBS' upcoming thriller Extant, TVGuide.com has learned.
The Newsroom actress will play Julie, one of John's (Goran Visnjic) partners in building robot prototypes like Ethan, John and Molly's (Halle Berry) son.
Former New York Jets quarterback Joe Namath says he is currently suffering from health problems which he believes are the result of football-induced head injuries.
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