Cheers to Mariska Hargitay for doing career-best work on Law & Order: SVU.Want more Cheers & Jeers? Subscribe to TV Guide Magazine.You'd think after 13 years of playing NYPD sex-crimes Det. Olivia Benson — and losing her ...
Cheers to Jimmy Fallon for proving he's got the beat — comedically speaking.
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Saturday Night Live used to be TV's premiere late-night musical showcase, but after its recent run of off-key guests (Lana Del Rey, Karmin, Sleigh Bells), the skitcom's alum has...
Cheers to Justified for adding another piece of work to its rogues' gallery.
Faced with the prospect of filling Margo Martindale's Emmy-winning "sh--kicker" boots, FX's down-home crime drama has wisely decided to flood the zone with as many baddies as possible. We've recently been introduced to Neal McDonough and Mykelti Williamson — both alums of...
Jeers to The Bachelor's Ben Flajnik for having the world's worst cray-craydar.Want more Cheers & Jeers? Subscribe to TV Guide Magazine.
Jeers to The Amazing Race for taking a detour to Jersey Shore territory.
CBS' Emmy-winning, long-running reality show has always...
Cheers to James Wolk for proving a star can be born — again.Want more Cheers & Jeers? Subscribe to TV Guide Magazine now!The charismatic actor, whose acclaimed ...
Cheers to Southland for allowing TV veterans to show their range.
A few weeks after Marla Gibbs' impressive guest appearance as an addled grandma, another sitcom alum — Murphy Brown's Joe Regalbuto — delivered a devastating dramatic turn as a father who fatally shot his still-at-home thirtysomething son for fear he might turn out to be a serial killer. Before his heart-wrenching confession, his character feigned grief in what Det. Lydia Adams (Regina King) called "an Academy Award-winning performance." He's not eligible for an Oscar, but Regalbuto might just get an Emmy.
Cheers to How I Met Your Mother for a couple of happy Valentine's Day surprises.
Cheers to The Walking Dead for helping a trio of FX vets find life after the death of their previous series.Want more Cheers & Jeers? Subscribe to TV Guide Magazine now!SPOILER ALERT: STOP READING NOW IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN LAST NIGHT'S EPISODE!
Cheers to Conan O'Brien for some doggone good comedy.
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The TBS wag topped Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl with a canine version of his late-night talk show, "Puppy Conan," complete with a miniature version of his set and wig-wearing pooch lookalikes of Conan, sidekick Andy Richter and guest Justin Bieber. The next night, Conan's puppet pal Triumph the Insult Comic Dog appeared to protest his omission from the first annual Golden Collar Awards — and proverbially poop on Jeremy Piven, Kathy Griffin and other worthy targets.
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