Channing Tatum knows he's put on some weight since his Magic Mike days, but that doesn't bother him.
"Right now — what me and my wife [Jenna Dewan-Tatum] like to call it...
Danny and Mindy won't just have to contend with the Dr. L's current boyfriend when The Mindy Project returns in April.
Jenna Dewan-Tatum has signed on to guest-star on the Fox comedy as...
Two worlds are about to converge on the season finale of Witches of East End.
On the penultimate episode, Joanna (Julia Ormond) destroyed the key to Asgard, the world from which she and her family of witches came. But when a mysterious — and very curious — man named Mike (Enver Gjokaj) showed up to Ingrid's (Rachel Boston) library, he revealed that not only is there a second key located in Fair Haven, but that the key is Ingrid herself. Will Mike use Ingrid to get to the other side? Will Penelope (Virginia Madsen) destroy her son's wedding to Freya (Jenna Dewan-Tatum) so that she can return home to Asgard and reunite with Archibald (Matthew Del Negro)? And will the Beauchamp girls work with their newly discovered father to save everyone? We checked in with both Boston and executive producer Maggie Friedman who answered our burning questions heading into finale.
Witches of East End has officially cast its spell on Lifetime.
The freshman drama has been renewed for a second season, Lifetime announced Friday.
"With its great storytelling and amazing cast, Witches of East End is leading a full-blown...
Next to Charlie Brown's Great Pumpkin, my favorite Halloween TV touchstone is The Simpsons' annual "Treehouse of Horror" special, with Mad Magazine-worthy parodies of things that go "D-oh!" in the night. It's airing unusually early this year in advance of post-season baseball pre-emptions, but what better way to get in the spirit — and as a bonus for the 24th edition (Sunday, 8/7c, Fox), horror maestro Guillermo Del Toro has designed an elaborate "couch gag" opening sequence that's a kaleidoscopic homage to...