Spoiler alert: Selfie isn’t that bad. BuzzFeed Entertainment staffers unite to break down the 2014–15 season’s new broadcast offerings.
We also have some clues to which beloved Simpsons character will get killed off.
Jeff Bewkes doesn’t like big media mergers, but that doesn’t mean he won’t make a good deal, from Rupert Murdoch or another bidder. He’ll do whatever creates the most value for shareholders, and now that most likely means selling.
You’ll have to speak up. I’m wearing a towel.
Ben Stiller, Jack Black, Owen Wilson, Dan Harmon and a recipe for awesome.
Chris Colfer’s account was hacked on Thursday and Lea Michele was the latest victim of what appears to be a bizarre social media attack. Michele’s reps deny that she is pregnant.
You might want to rethink that “Homer Is a Dope” shirt.
The 6-3 decision said the startup service has to pay broadcasters when it takes their programs and streams them to paid subscribers. Broadcasters painted the ruling as a win for consumers. But that claim is dubious.
Someone actually thought that Gillian Anderson wasn’t a “bombshell.” WHAT?!
After four years writing for Saturday Night Live, John Mulaney finds his eponymous sitcom on Fox’s fall schedule — but is he ready for primetime?
The tough 2013-14 broadcast television season claimed one high-level executive’s job when Kevin Reilly left Fox last week. A look at what’s up with the networks.
And what they found was not at all what they expected.
Yes, the ratings — but also, the whole thing.
What the hell just happened? Beware: Spoilers for the ninth season finale!
Starting this fall, TV will look more like life — with more actors of color leading casts than ever before.
For when “I’m a prince” isn’t enough. 12 Americans swoon over a dapper English bloke pretending to be royalty when I Wanna Marry “Harry” Tuesdays, 9/8c on FOX.
Now that the networks have announced their new schedules for next season, fans will see some of their favorites battle one other. Figure out how to prioritize with this handy daily guide.
We’ve seen classic Simpsons episodes so many times now, so can you guess the episode just by looking at one picture?
Will the sophomore and freshman live action comedies survive amidst the longstanding cartoon night? Plus, Glee won’t return until 2015.
Lee Pace in an ’80s computer-programming drama, a Victorian horror mash-up, sex researchers, Jack Bauer, Louie, and female prisoners? Check, check, check, check, check, and check.
For the first time, the studio behind Glee sets the record straight about Naya Rivera’s rumored axing.
Not quite sure if this is the best thing ever or the weirdest thing ever.
CBS has renewed Under the Dome and Extant, and has canceled Reckless.
If you’ve paid attention to indie film over the past few years, there’s a good chance you’re familiar with Chris Messina’s work — but he wasn’t always one of Hollywood’s most sought-after actors. In his own words, Messina recounts a career trajectory full of challenges, from getting cut out of a Meryl Streep movie and nearly quitting the business to stumbling over Aaron Sorkin’s complex dialogue on The Newsroom.
You know that the New Girl pair are soulmates, but do you know how you know?
After years of strenuous work on series like Oz and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Chris Meloni slips into something a little more comfortable on the Fox sitcom Surviving Jack.
Mindy Kaling, Chris Messina, and Ike Barinholtz told BuzzFeed how The Mindy Project’s big breakup was orchestrated, why fan outrage is welcomed, and whether Mindy has said good-bye to Danny for good.
Steve Burke made the pitch during an on-the-record lunch with reporters ahead of next month’s upfronts and just two days before parent company Comcast is due to defend the merits of its $45.2 billion merger with Time Warner Cable before the Senate.
There’s (sometimes) a motive to the madness.