I may never hear the same way again.
I may never hear the same way again.
With the television business experiencing seismic disruptions, Ad Age’s annual survey of what 30-second commercials cost on all of the network shows reveals a fascinating hierarchy.
Reign’s showrunner, Laurie McCarthy, on the controversy: “To me, it’s almost like making a big deal out of making toast.”
Robbie Amell and Peyton List sat down with BuzzFeed to talk teleporting, and being unnaturally hot. The Tomorrow People premieres tonight at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT on The CW.
It is not a great fall for new television, friends! But here are the shows of distinction, both good and bad. In handy chronological order.
The CW isn’t above a good old-fashioned beefcake campaign. Bless.
In Cycle 20, Top Model finally added guys to the mix, breathing new life into the reality series. Here are some of this season’s most breathtaking moments so far.
You may not know their names yet, but you’re about to start crushing hard. Here are some of the freshest faces of the new fall TV series.
Alexis Bledel hates coffee. #MindBlown
During an interview with me, Morgan also revealed that there’s hope for Klaroline shippers…!
There will be more bad guys, Roy is headed for the dark side, and hopefully a lot more shirtless scenes between Oliver and Diggle. Warning: spoilers ahead!
I followed around Oliver, Laurel, Diggle, Felicity, and Roy before and after their Comic-Con panel. It was a lot of freight elevators, and awesome cosplay.
The official end of the network television season was this week, and good lord, what a disaster! Here’s the good and the bad — but mostly the bad.
The CW has released its new schedule: The Originals will air Tuesdays at 8, The Carrie Diaries moves to Fridays, and lots of other changes.
It was sort-of a Making the Band rip-off, but the CW’s two-season show was endlessly entertaining in its own right.
According to a video uploaded to Facebook by the CW star, he had a meeting about taking on the role.
It wouldn’t be a good Vampire Diaries day if we weren’t shipping Klaroline. Big thanks to TV Guide for putting these up!
Come on, people, get it together. This show is good.
Your teenage niece is enjoying some super confusing television.
Don’t be sad that Gossip Girl is over — now you can watch it in Mexico.
It’s December, and most of your favorite shows won’t return until January. Let’s talk about them behind their backs! Time for the winners, losers, and weird facts of the season.
AnnaSophia Robb portrays the high school version of everyone’s favorite New York columnist/fashionista in an extended preview of the CW series.
GLAAD identifies the best and worst of the record-breaking 2012-2013 season.
Sometimes, a little humor goes a long way.
The CW finally announced who will playing their title character in the “Sex and the City” prequel. Does she look like a young Sarah Jessica Parker and should it matter?
The CW has made the bold choice not to cast a newborn filly, but rather a sweet young girl. We’ll see how this pans out.
Seriously, PIX 11, what the hell? Felonious Munk is a comedian whose vast array of work includes a web series called “Stop It B” (make sure you check out his hilarious take on the “No homo” craze!). Munk visited today’s 5:00 PM newscast on New York’s PIX 11 to give his take on the controversy over now-suspended CNN commentator Roland Martin’s anti-gay Super Bowl tweets. I wish he hadn’t.
XOXO, Gossip Mayor. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined the cast of “Gossip GIrl” on set today and presented them with a proclamation declaring it “Gossip Girl Day” in the Big Apple. He looked thrilled to be there! No, seriously. (via