(New) Girl is about to go wild!
Freaks and Geeks alum Linda Cardellini will recur on the Fox comedy as Jess' wild-child sister, Abby, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
As reported by TVGuide.com, Jess' sibling is a troublemaker, and Jess (Zooey Deschanel) will have to...
Mayim Bialik, Jon Hamm
Wednesday's Screen Actors Guild nominations were out with the old, but not totally in with the new. Former awards darling Mad Men was nowhere to be found, while fresh faces came in the form of usual suspects at other awards shows. Check out our surprises and snubs below, and then tell us yours.
Bryan Cranston, Taylor Schilling
Breaking Bad leads the nominees for the Writers Guild of America awards, which were announced on Thursday. The AMC drama, which concluded its run in September, received four nominations, including one for Best Drama Series.
In honor of the Great American Smokeout, Ellen DeGeneres thought it would be fun to see what Mad Men would look like without all the cigarettes. But the comedian didn't stop there.
Sofia The First
What's The Big Bang Theory's John Ross Bowie doing on Sofia the First? Sea-horsin' around!
Mason Dye, Kiernan Shipka
The first trailer for Lifetime's highly-anticipated remake of Flowers in the Attic is here, and indicates that Flowers may set a new standard for Lifetime movies.
Allegra Riggio, Jared Harris
Mad Men alum Jared Harris is a married man.
Harris, who played Lane Pryce on the AMC hit for three seasons, wed his longtime girlfriend, Allegra Riggio, in Miami on Saturday, Us Weekly reports.
Kevin Kline, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas
This week, Sesame Street parodied Homeland, Robert De Niro and Morgan Freeman performed spoken-word versions of "Wrecking Ball" and "The Fox," andJamie Foxx gave a 15-second summary of the movie Gravity. Also, a son filmed his dad watching and reacting to Breaking Bad, and Nick Offerman kicked off Movember by recalling great moments in mustache history. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar
You might feel like you've just inhaled a 5-hour Energy shot after watching the pilot episode of The Crazy Ones (Thursday, 9/8c), CBS' new comedy that marks the return of Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar to network television. The two play father-daughter advertising team Simon and Sydney Roberts, and in the premiere they're trying to convince their firm's biggest client, McDonald's, not to drop them. Williams brings his typical frenetic energy to the role, tossing off one-liners and impersonations a mile a minute every time he's on the screen. Viewers, not to mention his co-stars, may get whiplash trying to keep up. But that's not the only nutty aspect of The Crazy Ones. Here are...