Bryan Cranston, Neil Patrick Harris
Bryan Cranston, Neil Patrick Harris and Audra McDonald were among Tuesday's Tony Awards nominees.
Cranston received a nod for his portrayal of President Lyndon Johnson in All the Way, which also nabbed a Best Play nomination, while McDonald was recognized for her lead performance in the play Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill.
Harris, who has hosted the Tonys four times and won three Emmys for doing so, scored a nomination for playing the title character in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, a nominee for Best Revival of a Musical. (Watch videos of Harris here.)
Matt Bomer and Mark Ruffalo
HBO has released a new full-length trailer for Ryan Murphy's upcoming film The Normal Heart.
Based on Larry Kramer's Tony Award-winning play, The Normal Heart explores the on-set of the HIV/AIDS crisis...
O-T Fagbenle, Frankie Alvarez, Jonathan Groff, Raul Castillo
HBO has renewed Looking for a second season.
The dramedy, which stars Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez and Murray Bartlett, recently hit a series high on Sunday, drawing 519,000 viewers.
Things have gotten so bleak on AMC's The Walking Dead that it's not always easy to tell the walking wounded from the actual zombies. Which is part of the point as the fourth season resumes with the beleaguered survivors of the prison battle scattered to the winds — so much so that in this week's episode (Sunday, 9/8c), written by Robert Kirkman ...
Murray Bartlett, Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez
From the very moment HBO's new series Looking begins (Sunday, 10:30/9:30c), it's clear that its hero is at a turning point in his life. We get our first glimpse of Patrick (Jonathan Groff) as he's soliciting a sex act in a park. And Looking doesn't shy away from the realistically awkward fumbles ("Cold hands!") before Patrick's phone interrupts and it becomes obvious just....
Three episodes are never enough to satisfy our appetite for the dazzling BBC/Masterpiece Mystery! version of Sherlock, which thanks to its stars' busy movie careers, made us wait two long years for the latest trilogy of 90-minute delights. Was it worth the wait? The answer is (to borrow the title of TV's other enjoyable contemporary Holmes series) elementary: Did you ever doubt it?
"You love it, being Sherlock Holmes," reaffirms the long-suffering Dr. John Watson (the delightful Martin Freeman) to his exasperating mate (an electrifying Benedict Cumberbatch), who returns to the spotlight in Sunday's playfully...
Here's some aca-awesome news: Pitch Perfect's Skylar Astin has landed a guest-starring role on Glee.
According to TVLine.com, Astin will play...
Frankie J. Alvarez, Murray Bartlett and Jonathan Groff
Jonathan Groff is making a "fresh start" in the new HBO comedy, Looking.
The Glee alum stars as Patrick, a young gay man who moves to San Francisco in hopes of meeting cool people and...
Lena Dunham, Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet, Alison Williams
HBO has set the return date for Girls as well as the premieres of new series True Detective and Looking.
Season 3 of Girls will bow on Sunday, January 12 with two back-to-back episodes beginning at 10/9c. It will follow the debut of True Detective, a new drama starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson as Louisiana detectives whose lives collide and entwine during a 17-year hunt for a killer. Michelle Monaghan also stars as Maggie, the wife of Harrelson's character.
Glee has cast Phoebe Strole, who worked alongside Glee's Lea Michele and Jonathan Groff on ...