All of the Braverman men find themselves dealing with the sort of sensitive issues that used to make for Very Special Episodes on this week’s “Parenthood.” Surprisingly, Zeek (Craig T. Nelson) turns out to be the one who is not a self-absorbed, clueless, entitled, jerk. Adam (Peter Krause) and, especially Crosby (Dax Shepard), I am […]
A&E has ordered a television series inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller “Psycho” that will serve as a prequel to the classic horror film.
TV paid tribute to two of its own this week: Dick Clark and Mike Wallace. They lead this week’s Top Five.
Fans of “Community” rejoice. Following a lengthy hiatus from the schedule, the sitcom returns (Thursday, March 15, 8/7c) to prime time with one of its funniest episodes yet: the remarriage of Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown) and her ex-husband, as planned by Britta (Gillian Jacobs) and Jeff (Joel McHale). To celebrate the occasion, we asked the residents […]
Will Leslie Knope be elected to the Pawnee city council? The producers of “Parks and Recreation” are so concerned about keeping the results of the election a secret that they filmed different endings to the fourth season finale. “We shot two endings, the show’s creator Michael Schur told the audience at Tuesday’s PaleyFest. “Partly to […]
Elijah has always been the most moral of the Originals. Sure, he’ll rip someone’s heart out, but his own is in the right place. Last week, his mother rose from the dead with the goal of killing all of her children.
When unknown actor Peter Berg wandered into the Outlaw Boxing Club in Hollywood about 17 years ago for a workout, a young trainer named Freddie Roach immediately earned his respect.
“Modern Family” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm” were the only primetime shows to receive multiple nominations, while actors Demi Moore, Jennifer Aniston and Fred Savage were saluted for their directorial work in the Dirctors Guild of America’s television and commercial nominations, which were announced on Tuesday.
2011 was the year that daytime soaps died — again and again and again. What will 2012 bring to daytime television? Will CBS and NBC decide to axe their surviving soaps? Will “All My Children” and “One Life To Live” miraculously come back from the dead for a second time? Will The Powers That Be […]
A great story unfolds with a sense of inevitability: You can’t believe it ‘s happening, but you know the characters couldn’t behave any other way. But for a story to hold our interest – much less make us laugh, scream at the TV, even cry – the characters need to be unpredictable. Only in retrospect […]