The void you’re looking at on your DVR is the sitcom landscape post-“30 Rock.” When Tina Fey’s bright, bouncy, irreverent showbiz send-up aired its last episode Thursday night, a light (Kenneth’s toothy grin?) went out in broadcast television.
Dark drug drama “Breaking Bad” dominated television nominations for the annual Writers Guild Awards on Thursday, with “Modern Family” leading the way in the comedy category.
The high drama of this political season has been echoed by episodic TV this season. If candidates in real life are often criticized for playing roles and relying on scripts, these TV shows’ pretend politicos make no bones about it.
Ed Begley, Jr., Fred Willard and Michael McKean have signed on for the series, which centers on Tom Chadwick (Chris O’Dowd), a 30-year-old man who loses his job and his girlfriend and begins investigating his family’s unusual past after inheriting a mysterious box of belongings from a great aunt he’d never met.
Monday June 4: ‘Hell’s Kitchen‘ (8pm ET on Fox) **Season Premiere** Record Now In Part 1of the two-night Season 10 premiere, 18 aspiring restaurateurs once again will brave Chef Gordon Ramsay and his fiery personality. The contestants compete in an intense culinary academy to prove they possess the right combination of ingredients to win the […]
Jerry Seinfeld told Bravo’s Andy Cohen which “Seinfeld” episode is his least favorite. Watch what else happened when Cohen interviewed Jerry …
NEW YORK (AP) — “Veep” is getting a second term on HBO, as is the comedy “Girls.” The pay cable network announced Monday that both of the comedies, which debuted this spring, will get second seasons. HBO ordered 10-episode seasons for both of them. “Girls” has been the recipient of some rapturous reviews. It was […]
We know you have lots of entertainment options, so we’re here to help with your one-stop shop for the best on TV, On Demand and online this weekend. The latest ‘Mission Impossible’ sequel, which some say is the best of the entire series, is a new arrival On Demand starring the eternally youthful Tom Cruise. […]
What’s so funny about the vice presidency? Julia Louis-Dreyfus explained that to us in a wide-ranging interview about her new HBO comedy series “Veep.”
Selina Meyer is a U.S. vice president whose office has anti-suicide windows, whose boss never calls, and whose jaded press secretary pretends to have a dog (dubbed a ‘bull-shitzu’) so that he won’t have to stay late at work.