Oy vey. Or as Virginia Chance (Martha Plimpton) might mangle her Hebrew-isms: "Molotov! (for mazel tov)." Fox sure doesn't make it easy to say goodbye to Raising Hope as it ends its third season on a new night with back-to-back episodes (9/8c), the sort of treatment you'd normally see from a network burning off a show in which it has lost faith. Thankfully, that's not the case here. Hope has already been picked up for a fourth season, and it goes out on a delightfully deranged musical high, with Burt (the sublime Garret Dillahunt) center stage as he frantically preps for his overdue Bar Mitzvah.
"I have no patience for useless things." The Machiavellian politician making this pronouncement, in the sinister opening scene of Netflix's instantly gripping shot-across-the-bow miniseries House of Cards, is Francis Underwood (a perfectly reptilian Kevin Spacey). On the surface, he's a team player, a powerful House of Representatives leader in the cynical snake pit of Washington, D.C. The conceit of House of Cards, as it was in the brilliant Emmy-winning 1990 British classic this is based on (first seen in the U.S. on Masterpiece Theater), takes us behind Underwood's mask to reveal the manipulative monster within, a voracious tyrant who doesn't suffer fools gladly and takes no prisoners in his predatory pursuit of power.
TVGuide.com voters have picked their favorite to win The Voice: Dia Frampton.
In our poll, 40 percent of more than 2,300 respondents said that they want the 23-year-old singer-songwriter from Team Blake to win the recording contract and $100,000 prize. Tuesday night saw Dia duet with Shelton on "I Won't Back Down" and perform the original song "Inventing Shadows." (Dia was also the...
The Voice is adding a few more special guest voices to its season finale.
Stevie Nicks, Train lead singer Pat Monahan and OneRepublic singer-songwriter Ryan Tedder will all perform on Wednesday's results show, NBC announced Tuesday.
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Fleetwood Mac's Nicks will perform with...
Justin Bieber and Eminem each took home six trophies from the Billboard Music Awards ceremony, with Bieber being named Top New Artist among his accolades and Eminem being named Top Artist and Top Male Artist among his.
The six-way tie for the second-biggest haul of prizes — three each — was among Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Usher, Taylor Swift, Mumford & Sons and Taio Cruz...