Tina Fey, Viola Davis, Debra Messing
Before the networks unveil their fall lineups later this month, we read nearly 100 broadcast pilot scripts, narrowing the contenders down to the 10 shows you're most likely to be watching this fall:
Simon Helberg, Jim Parsons, Kunal Nayyar
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Thursday's episode of The Big Bang Theory. Read at your own risk.]
Judge Judy Sheindlin
Judge Judy is heading to prime time this spring for a one-hour special, CBS announced Wednesday.
Airing Tuesday, May 20 (8/7c), Judge Judy Primetime will take a look at how Family Court Judge Judith Sheindlin became a household name. The special will also feature new cases and classic "Judyisms," her one-liners that have been parodied on Saturday Night Live and Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Are you ready to go back to space?
Months after Gravity became a box office smash and an Oscar-winner, CBS will continue to explore the furthest reaches of the universe with its new summer series, Extant.
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The drama stars Halle Berry as astronaut Molly Woods, who returns from...
Elisabeth Shue and Patricia Arquette
She spent seven seasons talking to the dead and solving macabre murders on Medium. Now Patricia Arquette has entered a crime world that's a very different kind of wild.
Ralph Waite, Mark Harmon
There won't be any loose ends or jangled nerves at the close of May 13's finale, which honors the late actor Ralph Waite and sends his character, Jackson Gibbs, to his final resting place.
CBS' late-night landscape is going to look a lot different very soon. Just weeks after the network announced that Stephen Colbert would be replacing David Letterman as host of The Late Show, Craig Ferguson revealed that he will step down as host of The Late Late Show...
For once, this week's elimination on Survivor: Cagayan was not a blindside.
"We knew it was a 50/50 shot between me and Spencer," the show's latest castoff, Jeremiah Wood, tells TVGuide.com. "In the end, I gave it my all. It is what it is. I love this game and I'd love to be able to play it again. I know where I messed up."
Jeremiah's ouster on Wednesday's episode was the result of a flip-flop by Jefra — who pledged her support to Jeremiah and his alliance early on in the episode, but then ended up returning to her original alliance led by Tony.
Check out our interview with Jeremiah to find out what big moves he thinks could have changed his fate, as well as his reaction to Jefra's wavering and bafflement that Tony's still in the game...