Think your stint of watching four episodes of The Mysteries of Laura in a row was impressive? Try watching 169 episodes of television in a row. That's what a quartet of Canadians did, setting the world record for continuous television viewing.
Opposites attract, right? Perhaps that's why The Big Bang Theory's Raj (Kunal Nayyar) has found himself in the middle of his longest and biggest relationship since, well, ever.
The one-time selective mute has been dating Emily (Laura Spencer) since last season, which has come as a surprise to everyone involved. "All I knew in the beginning was that I was gonna do my one episode, which was one scene in the café with Amy [Mayim Bialik] and Raj," Spencer tells TVGuide.com. "Having it turn into us dating was ...
Modern Family led Wednesday's Screen Actors Guild Award nominations with four, while Tatiana Maslany finally scored her first major industry mention.
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Maslany (Orphan Black), who received a Golden Globe nomination last year, will face off in drama actress against Claire Danes (Homeland), Viola Davis (How to Get Away with Murder), Julianna Margulies (The Good Wife), defending ...
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Question: With just one episode remaining for Gracepoint, our household finds itself perplexed. We never saw Broadchurch, so our opinion can't be influenced by that distinction, but we've completely enjoyed the "Americanized" version. The past couple of episodes in particular have been tightly written and filmed (the atmosphere of the town is palpable). Despite our enjoyment, however, it seems we can't see a review or story about Gracepoint without hearing how inferior a product it is, which is obviously counter to our appreciation of the series. So the question we have is this: If we were to watch Broadchurch AFTER Gracepoint finishes, are we likely to believe the original is "not as good" a series because we saw the adaptation first? — The Galvins
And the winners are... TV Guide Magazine's fourth annual Fan Favorites Awards drew nearly 600,000 votes in 11 categories (the full list of winners is at the bottom of this story). The Walking Dead lived up to its Nielsen popularity with a victory in the Favorite Horror Show category. Here's our tribute...