Kids, I know you're all riled up about The Mother possibly being dead on How I Met Your Mother. And I know Cristin Milioti calling the idea "insane" and "so crazy" hasn't really helped since she didn't actually debunk the theory to The Hollywood Reporter.
I understand why you're mad. You've invested nine years in this show and if Mrs. Mosby has been sleeping with the fishes all this time, as it was heavily implied last week, it feels cheap, disappointing, lazy and manipulative. I get it. But I'm also OK if she were dead.
How I Met Your Mother: A chronological timeline of craziness
Let me preface that I don't want her to die and, at this point, I don't think series creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, who've had the ending in mind since the show's conception, would do it (but talk to me again in three weeks). If there's one thing ...
Wife No. 3 is about to have wedding No. 2 — if she doesn't get deported first! Tonight's episode of Trophy Wife, the first of a two-parter, finds Malin Akerman's Kate wanting a real wedding to her husband, Pete (Bradley Whitford), since their first was a no-frills quickie at the local courthouse. Akerman filled TV Guide Magazine in.
TV Guide Magazine: Why does your character so desperately need a traditional marriage ceremony? That's so not her.
Zane Holtz and D.J. Cotrona
With Cinemax's grungy cult hit Banshee preparing to close shop for its second season this Friday, fans of grindhouse pulp may want to go searching for the fledgling cable El Rey Network, where a 10-episode series version of the 1996 crime-horror hybrid From Dusk Till Dawn begins wreaking bloody mischief.
Robert Rodriguez, who founded El Rey, returns to his breakout genre roots, directing and writing the stylized pilot episode of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series (Tuesday, 9/8c), which reintroduces the bank-robbing Gecko brothers: the suave Seth (D.J. Cotrona) and psycho loose-cannon Richie (Zane Holtz), who's beset by monstrous visions during a routine stop in a dusty roadside liquor store in Texas, setting off a chain of violent events that will eventually include a run-in with vampires.
Seth Rogen, Jimmy Kimmel
The first season of HBO's True Detective came to an end Sunday, but viewers can now get a first look at Season 2.
With Jimmy Kimmel Live broadcasting from the South by Southwest conference in Austin, Texas this week, Kimmel introduced a teaser for Season 2 of the drama, featuring himself and Seth Rogen in the lead roles.
Once President Obama leaves office, he might want to consider a career in comedy.
The commander-in-chief stopped by Zach Galifianakis' Funny or Die show Between Two Ferns this week to plug the Affordable Care Act — but he had to endure Galifianakis' typically awkward line of questioning as well.
Teen Wolf is adding some new faces to its lacrosse team in Season 4.
Mason Dye will join the cast in a recurring role as Garrett, a new student who joins the Beacon Hills lacrosse team, E! Online reports. Ender's Game star Khylin Rhambo has also signed on for the recurring role of Mason, a gay freshman who's also a member of the lacrosse team.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star Mariska Hargitay is used to helping rape victims on TV, but now she's lending her support to an off-screen initiative.
Hargitay held a news conference in Detroit Monday to raise awareness about the backlog of rape kits across the state, which are unable to be processed because the county prosecutor's office is "severely understaffed" due to budget cuts, the Detroit News reports.
Her nightmare is over: Andi Dorfman has been chosen as the next star of The Bachelorette.
"This is the first time it's starting to feel real," Andi said after the reveal on Monday's After the Final Rose special. "I feel all in, I'm mentally all in, emotionally all in. I'm in a place in my life where I'm so ready for this... At the end of the day I cannot wait to hopefully say, 'You are the one. '"
Clare and Chris Harrison, Nikki and Chris Harrison
[WARNING: The following story reveals the winner of ABC's The Bachelor. Read at your own risk].
The finale of The Bachelor was just like the entire season: messy, unpredictable and all about Juan Pablo.