Residents of Portlandia will continue to get their quirk on, thanks to IFC's renewal of the comedy Monday.
Three episodes into the original six-episode freshman season, IFC has ordered a 10-episode second season that will debut in January. The first three episodes were viewed by 1.1 million total viewers.
When One Tree Hill ended last year, several characters got happy endings. Brooke (Sophia Bush) got her proposal, and Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) and Nathan (James Lafferty) found out they were expecting Baby No. 2. (Left-for-dead couple Clay (Robert Buckley) and Quinn (Shantel VanSanten)? Not so much.)
Series creator Mark Schwahn says when the show returns on Tuesday (8/7c on The CW), the good times won't immediately be ripped apart. In many ways, Season 8 will be a return to the...
And the weirdest Twitter feud is... Aimee Mann vs. Ice-T.
Things got nasty last week during a bizarre brawl on Twitter between the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter and the rapper-actor, who has co-starred in NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit since 1999.
Mann, perhaps best known for her contributions to the Magnolia soundtrack and the oft-played MTV video of the 1985 'Til Tuesday song "Voices Carry," started things Thursday when she tweeted ...
West WingA Democratic candidate turns to a New Jersey rock star in the waning days of a presidential campaign? C'mon. That would never happen in real life. I guess Santos is trying to turn the election into a "Runaway" by having Jon Bon Jovi rock the vote. (Remember in Season 4, when WW featured cameos by the likes of Barenaked Ladies and Aimee Mann? Doesn't that seem a really long time ago?) But it's no easy task with all the chaos of the campaign trail: Helen's quote in favor of ex-con voting, the congressman's inability to get any info on the Kazakhstan situation and their poor kid yakking all over his Harry Potter costume. It looks like the entire Santos family is livin' on a prayer... oh, and caffeine.
The writers are cert