Jamie Lee Curtis, Christine Lahti, Jennifer Jason Leigh
Some say Hollywood only has one idea at a time. This TV season, it seems that idea was introducing character's parents! From dastardly matriarchs (Revenge, Hawaii Five-0) to downright quirky parental units (New Girl), many of our favorite characters got some family time this fall. But that wasn't always a good thing.
What are the top TV shows of 2012?
As the holidays approach and you prepare to spend a lengthy amount of time with your own family — or in-laws! — we here at TVGuide.com are taking a look at the TV parents who might make you thankful you're not spending your holiday with them. Then again, there are others that may make you jealous your parents aren't nearly as cool. Who were the best and worst parents of the fall TV season? We grade their parental skills below...
Tina Fey, Amy Poehler
Though Jon Hamm, Claire Danes and many other outstanding performers were nominated for Golden Globes this year, everyone knows the true stars of the evening will be hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Fortunately, NBC's first promo for the upcoming ceremony is here to remind us.
Jim Parsons, Julia Louis-Dreyfus
There was no Homeland-sized snub or Patrick J. Adams-esque shocker with the Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations this year, but there were still some pleasant and unpleasant surprises among the pretty run-of-the-mill list. Check out our picks below and then tell us yours.
Retta, Aziz Ansari and Adam Scott
Parks and Recreation may resurrect one of its best gags for a sequel! So get ready to Treat Yo' Self!
Parks executive producer Mike Schur tells TVGuide.com that the writers have been kicking around ideas for Round 2, which would surely see Donna (Retta) and Tom (Aziz Ansari) reunite for their annual day of luxury, during which they treat themselves to the spa and shopping.
Parks and Recreation Scoop: Will Leslie win back the lot?
Tony Goldwyn, Kerry Washington
Scandal shot to series highs Thursday with its hotly anticipated reveal of President Fitz's shooter.
The drama drew its biggest audience and adults 18-to-49 rating ever — 7.4 million viewers and a 2.5 — and was up three-tenths from last week. Lead-ins Last Resort (5.5 million, 1.2) and Grey's Anatomy (8.9 million, 3.0) were ...
Parks and Recreation
On Thursday's Parks and Recreation, Tammy 2 (Megan Mullally) returns for another round of chaos. It's as if her ears were ringing: As soon as her ex Ron (Nick Offerman) finds a stable relationship with Diane (Lucy Lawless), the "punkass book jockey" returns to ruin things. So, how will Xena Diane handle going up against one of the Tammys?
Parks and Recreation Exclusive: Megan Mullally returning as Tammy 2!
Emily Deschanel, Paul Wesley, Connie Britton
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What's next for Cam on Bones now that we know about her relationship with Arastoo? — Elizabeth
ADAM: There will still be a great deal of secrecy around the relationship. "Cam would like this to be a secret because it's slightly unprofessional to be having an affair with one of your underlings," creator Hart Hanson tells us. "She decides the fate of the interns even more than Brennan does. So it's an uncomfortable position for her, but she's managing to keep it compartmentalized." Or at least she is until it impacts her relationship with her daughter. "It has an effect on Michelle and that's the next story we tell," Hanson teases. "What secrets do you keep and for what reason?"
Do you have any Vampire Diaries scoop to help heal my broken heart over the Stefan-Elena breakup? — Helen
NATALIE: I don't think this is going to help...
Following in the footsteps of Joe Biden and John McCain, Newt Gingrich is the latest politician to appear on NBC's Parks and Recreation.
The Indy Star reports that the former speaker of the House happened upon production of Parks and Rec at St. Elmo Steak House in Indianapolis on Monday when he tried to get lunch.
Sorry, Angus. People are still watching Two and a Half Men.
Days after a video surfaced of Angus T. Jones calling his hit sitcom "filth" and urging fans not to watch it, Men matched its season high Thursday with 13.8 million viewers and a 4.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. Men was the only show of CBS' lineup not to dip. The Big Bang Theory (17.1 million, 5.4) was still the night's ...
It's safe to say that Rashida Jones did not have a normal childhood.
As the daughter of mega-record producer Quincy Jones and actress Peggy Lipton, the Parks and Recreation star grew up in the posh Bel-Air neighborhood with such other future celebrities as Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Paris Hilton, Nikki Hilton and...