Hey everyone,How's it going?Thanks for your votes!I'm super proud of Bethany. I thought she did a great job. It's tough going second-to-last on the first show. You spend the whole night waiting and watching everyone else go, but she handled her nerves well and I'm really happy with the way it went. I think you can see potential for growth for her. She actually has ...
The New York Times published an essay Friday that begins: "When Shonda Rhimes writes her autobiography it should be called 'How to Get Away With Being an Angry Black Woman.'"
And then it gets worse.
It's been 30 years since The Cosby Show premiered and though sitcoms featuring primarily black characters have since found homes on BET, TBS or OWN, Black-ish will finally bring a black family back to a major network — and it's about time.
Superhero shows are in danger of being super overdone. CBS has given a series commitment to a Supergirl show from Arrow's Greg Brelanti, TVGuide.com has learned.
There are quite a few iconic moments in the Batman franchise. But for Fox's new prequel series Gotham, there's one scene that sets the stage for all of those future instants to come.
On the Set: Behind the scenes at Gotham
Based on the DC Comics characters, the series explores the origin story of James Gordon (Benjamin McKenzie), a detective in the Gotham City Police Department who battles the villains who made the city (in)famous. In our exclusive clip from Monday's premiere, Gordon sits with a young Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) minutes after the brutal murder of his parents.
Twentieth Century Fox is finally moving forward with the anticipated Deadpool movie, Entertainment Weekly reports.
He knows kung fu — but he didn't even have to use it! When an intruder broke into his home Monday, Keanu Reeves managed to subdue the woman using only his words.
Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea's "Booty" music video is here and it is... interesting. The video begins with a much-needed "Warning" from J.Lo to "prepare audiences for maximum impact." Roll your eyes all you want, but trust us, even this preamble won't be enough to prepare you for all the awkwardness to come.
Behold the eight most awkward moments from the clip. Don't say we didn't warn you.
Many observers will try to compare Elizabeth McCord, the fictional Madam Secretary (of State) winningly played by Téa Leoni, to Hillary Clinton — given the high-profile government cabinet position, and the hair color, and a Benghazi-like crisis by the second episode. But the real comparison to be made is with the show's Sunday night companion piece on CBS: The Good Wife, and that's where this well-meaning and generally entertaining Madam comes up a bit short.
Are you a Lost aficionado or do you need to spend more time on the island?
In honor of the show's milestone anniversary — officially Monday, Sept. 22 — we revisited Lost from its brilliant pilot episode to that still-polarizing head-scratcher of an ending. See how well you remember all things Dharma and beyond with our "How Well Do You Know Lost?" quiz here, and tell us your favorite and least favorite Lost moments in the comments!
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