Your ex is getting married and you tell everyone you’re fine with that. BUT…what happens if the person your ex is marrying looks a lot like you and you find that maybe those feelings you thought were gone for good were really just simmering beneath the surface? That’s the basic premise of tonight’s all-new episode […]
While on the surface, USA’s hit legal drama “Suits” isn’t the first show to come to mind when you think of gay-centric television, star Sarah Rafferty, who plays the self-possessed Donna Paulson, shared a few reasons why the series has more of a gay sensibility than one initially might realize.
Congratulations on waking up from your turkey hangover, just in time to celebrate Black Friday with me! I hope you all had a wonderful time celebrating Thanksgiving and Hanukkah and are hanging out at home excited about what’s on TV tonight.
You must be sad because the weekend is over, but it’s Monday and we have so much to talk about today! I caught up with a lot of shows that I’ve been neglecting so let’s discuss what’s been going on and which you should be watching.
Matt Nix discusses the story decisions he made on the USA drama’s series finale
Just days after the much-buzzed about “Red Wedding” episode of HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” actress Michelle Fairley has booked her next gig.
“Suits” is bringing in a new skirt. Gabriel Macht says his wife, Jacinda Barrett, has an arc in the show’s second season, which premieres Thursday on the USA Network.
CNN is cancelling “John King, USA” and extending Wolf Blitzer’s “The Situation Room” to three hours, it was reported Wednesday.
After five seasons, “In Plain Sight” comes to an end tonight, as viewers say goodbye to Deputy US Marshal Mary Shannon (Mary McCormick), TV’s favorite no-nonsense Federal Witness Protection Program “babysitter.”
The USA Network is heeding its “Animal” instincts and giving the go-ahead to the latest project from “Brothers & Sisters” executive producer Greg Berlanti.