Friday Night Lights
It's the least Friday Night Lights could do for Landry.
After he was forced to beat a guy to death, and later left hanging on the side of the road by Tyra and unceremoniously dumped by Jess, Landry (Jesse Plemons) got to spend his last days bumming around with Dillon's finest. I can think of no better way to send the guy off, still standing — and smiling.
The Vampire Diaries' second season took a sharp turn when one of the show's innocent teens, Caroline (Candice Accola), became a vampire. Executive producer Kevin Williamson says he never doubted which of the series' humans he wanted to take to the dark side.
"I said, 'We need a game-changer, and if one of these characters had to be a vampire, who would you want to see?' I wanted to see Caroline," Williamson told TVGuide.com.
Community's brand of ambitious, off-the-wall comedy has put the members of Greendale's study group in a fierce paintball competition and sent them to simulated space. But it was Season 1's Halloween episode that first showed the cast what the show was capable of doing.
"That was sort of the first inkling to me of the madness that was ahead, so...
More than two months after giving birth to her son, Saturday Night Live alum Rachel Dratch is now opening up about another man in her life — the baby's father.
The 44-year-old actress, who gave birth to Eli Benjamin on Aug. 24...
Feel the need for speed — again?
Top Gun director Tony Scott says he's on board to direct a sequel to the 1986 blockbuster film. The new movie will look at the rise of drone-operated aircraft as well as the end of fighter pilots' reign within the industry.
"It's a whole different world now...
Bill O'Reilly tells Rachael Ray he had no idea his appearance on The View would cause such a stir, but says the walk-off was "great."
"I knew we would have a lively discussion because those ladies and I...
Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly creator Marc Roberts responded to a Marie Claire blog post criticizing the CBS sitcom and the portrayal of overweight people on television, calling it "hateful."
In the post, titled "Should 'Fatties' Get a Room? (Even on TV?)," sex-and-relationship blogger Maura Kelly said overweight TV characters shouldn't be intimate because they gross her out...