Below you can find all the scoop on CBS' new and returning shows from the Television Critics Association fall TV previews.
This week, "Weird Al" Yankovic is celebrating the release of his new album by releasing a video a day for eight days straight. The first clips include parodies of Pharrell's "Happy," Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines," Lorde's "Royals" and Iggy Azalea's "Fancy." In sports news, baseball fans and players alike paid their respects to Derek Jeter during the MLB All-Star game, and Nike debuted an ad honoring the retiring New York Yankees shortstop. Also, Dana Carvey resurrected his classic "Choppin' Broccoli" song onThe Tonight Show, and Disney characters got a taste of prison life in the mash-up video Frozen Is the New Black. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Michael Sheen, Lizzy Caplan
Ray Donovan and Masters of Sex both returned for their second seasonson Sunday, and if you missed either episode, we've got you covered.
Season 2 of Donovan finds the titular Hollywood fixer (Liev Schreiber) looking for a way to fix his biggest problem: himself.
Returning shows: Where we left off
After Bill's surprising declaration of love on Masters of Sex last season, he and Virginia are now taking their research out of the lab and into the bedroom.
Watch both premieres below:
Austin Mahone is taking the world by storm.
It was just three years ago when Mahone got his start on YouTube, quickly becoming a teen heartthrob after his Justin Bieber cover blew up. Now 18, the Texas native has a record contract, has opened for Taylor Swift, is currently headlining his own tour and has a legion of fans — more than 6 million Twitter followers — who call themselves "Mahomies."
"They're dedicated and I love them," he tells us in the video below.
So now that he's on the road, what does he never leave home without? And more importantly, does he have plans for prom? Find out:
July marks the 25th anniversary of one of television's most iconic series: Seinfeld. And for one cast member, her career is anything but cursed.
After the Emmy-winning comedy signed off in 1998, Julia Louis-Dreyfus added a second Emmy to her collection for The New Adventures of Old Christine in 2006. Now, the 53-year-old is aiming for an Emmy three-peat next month for her hilarious turn on the HBO comedy Veep.
Learn more about Louis-Dreyfus' legendary career, starting with her days on Saturday Night Live and The Simpsons. Plus: See what she says her secret to success is:
Delve into the world of elephant mating rituals with PBS' Sex in the Wild.
On Wednesday's premiere of the four-part series, anatomist Joy Reidenberg and veterinarian Mark Evans examine the reproductive behaviors of elephants and introduce viewers to a pregnant elephant named Kiti. Throughout the interesting hour, learn how females select their mates, why they have the longest pregnancy in the animal kingdom and how they safely give birth. Viewers will also meet a group attempting to control the elephant population, which includes collecting a bull elephant sperm sample -- which is apparently a five-person job!
Find out more about the series in Watch This Tonight:
Sex in the Wild airs on Wednesday at 10/9c on PBS.
Below you can find all the scoop on ABC's new and returning shows from the Television Critics Association fall TV previews.
CW's Backpackers is taking viewers on one wild road trip.
Backpackers, which was originally created as an online series for the network's digital studio CW Seed, is about a soon-to-be married guy named Ryan (Noah Reid), who takes a last-minute trip across Europe with his best friend Brandon (Dillon Casey). When Ryan's lost journal takes them off track, they wind up racing from Thailand to Canada in search of the missing journal, while also seeking the ultimate answers to life, love and partying.
Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman
What could be more exciting than the final match of the 2014 World Cup? A new Doctor Who trailer, of course.
Below you can find all the scoop on NBC's new and returning shows from the Television Critics Association fall TV previews.