It's officially the beginning of the end for Glee.
Fox announced Thursday that the sixth and final season of the Fox musical comedy will kick off with a two-hour premiere on Friday, Jan. 9 at 8/7c. The show will move to its new timeslot on Fridays at 9/8c the following week and wrap its run with a two-hour series finale on...
Sullivan & Son
Sullivan & Son has closed its doors for good.
The TBS comedy about a family-owned Pittsburgh bar has been canceled after three seasons, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Executive-produced by Cheers veteran Rob Long and Vince Vaughn, the show...
This week, Stephen Colbert shared his survival tips (with the help of a bear), and Peter Pan herself, Allison Williams, taught Jimmy Fallon how to fly. A golden retriever gave what might be the worst performance ever during an agility test, while a dog named Argus struggled in vain to achieve his life goal — snagging a tater tot off the counter. Also, Sam Smith prepped for his debut performance at the American Music Awards, and Evan Rachel Wood imagined what Big would have looked like if it was about a female character. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
In the past two weeks, the most strategic players on Season 29 of Survivor — Josh Canfieldand Jeremy Collins — have gotten voted out back-to-back. And, while it's true there's no "correct" way to play Survivor, there are few things more frustrating for longtime fans than watching erratic moves trump calculated ones.
But that's exactly what has played out on Survivor: San Juan del Sur — Blood vs. Water in recent episodes, with Jon Misch and his girlfriend, Jaclyn Schultz, improbably steering the ship. The only problem is, they seem to be sailing without a compass.
"Jon's just crazy. He's not making great decisions in this game. It's so random," Collins tells TVGuide.com.
Cristela is smashing barriers both on and off screen. The sitcom, loosely based on Cristela Alonzo 's life and stand-up routine, stars the comedian as a young woman living with her chaotic family while striving to become a lawyer. The multi-camera sitcom has earned positive attention from critics, particularly thanks to its honest portrayal of an extended Mexican-American family all living under one roof in Dallas. Alonzo, who co-created the show with fellow executive producer Kevin Hench, explains why you should get to know Cristela.
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They've got game on the court — but what about on TV? Several current and past NBA stars are taking a shot at producing, often with shows that were inspired by their own lives.
Many of them have even formed production companies, with an eye toward making Hollywood more of a full-time gig once they're pooped on hoops. Recently returned Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James is leading the charge, as one of the executive producers on the new Starz comedy...