James Van Der Beek, Kevin Connolly, Majandra Delfino
"Love doesn't make sense," hopeless romantic Ted told almost-runaway bride Robin last week in the penultimate episode of CBS's long-running romcom How I Met Your Mother. That episode ended, as we knew it would, with Robin and Barney tying the knot, because as Ted concluded in his Speech That Sums The Series Up: "Love is the best thing we do." True words, but even truer were these words: "I won't lie, that was a long weekend."
Gywneth Paltrow, Chris Martin
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have separated after 11 years of marriage, the couple announced on Paltrow's GOOP website.
In a blog post titled "Conscious Uncoupling," the notoriously private duo wrote a heartfelt statement to the public. "It is...
How I Met Your Mother
How I Met Your Mother saw a 17 percent surge for its penultimate episode Monday.
The comedy, which featured Barney and Robin's long-awaited wedding Monday night, drew 9.1 million viewers and a 3.4 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, up half a point from last week. The rest of CBS' lineup ...
Sister Cristina Scuccia
Here's something you don't see every day: A nun totally rocked the stage on the Italian version of The Voice.
Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney
The (fictional) firefighters and police officers of Chicago have reason to celebrate.
NBC has renewed sophomore drama Chicago Fire, its freshman spin-off Chicago P.D. and supernatural hit Grimm for the 2014-2015 TV season, the network announced Wednesday.
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Chicago Fire, from...
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin has joined The Voice as a key advisor, NBC announced.
Cody Simpson, Witney Carson
Dancing with the Stars drew Monday's biggest audience, but tied its lowest-rated premiere ever.
The Season 18 opener averaged 15 million viewers and a 2.5 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down seven tenths from last spring's premiere and six tenths from ...
Anna Faris and Allison Janney
On this day most readily associated with the Wearing of the Green, consider a TV industry green with envy at the success of Chuck Lorre's comedy empire on CBS, which renewed all of his current series last week, led by the terrific and tremendously popular The Big Bang Theory (a powerhouse providing a clout that helps explain why the beyond-past-its-prime Two and a Half Men also made the cut). Lorre's two Monday comedies, anchored by strong female performances, are also back next season — and that's especially good news for fans (including me) of the underperforming, underrated Mom, with its sensational mother-daughter tag team of Allison Janney and Anna Faris as Bonnie and Christy, two generations of recovering addicts raising a family against powerful odds.
Jessica Meuse, Caleb Johnson, MK Nobilette
Let me start by saying that all the contestants on Season 13 of American Idol seem like truly lovely people. And also that I'd rather watch the green paint dry on that house in True Detective than sit through another 11 weeks of performances from this crew.
And apparently, I'm not alone. Idol's ratings have (once again) been in steady decline this season and hit an all-time low a couple of weeks ago with the Feb. 20 episode. Granted, the show faced stiff competition early on this year from the Winter Olympics, but its post-Olympics numbers remain languid.
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Of course, the numbers could just be...
James Spader and Megan Boone
NBC announced its season-finale dates Tuesday, including First Lady Michelle Obama's appearance on Parks and Recreation, and the Season 6 finale of The Voice.