“More turkey, Mr. Chandler?”
“More turkey, Mr. Chandler?”
Six seasons and a movie.
The Soup, hosted by Joel McHale, is all about making bad TV good, and the average Soup staffer watches 10 or more shows a week. That’s a lot of bad TV.
Plus the coolest tree house ever, the man who boxed a tiger shark, and eight of Oprah’s most out-of-touch gift ideas.
The West Wing hasn’t been on TV since 2006, but Claudia Jean’s wisdom is as relevant as ever.
Our favorite Baysiders knew there was, “No hope with dope.”
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.
Al Roker mimed his weather report on Today Thursday morning. The man is a true innovator.
In its battle with Facebook to control live conversations around TV, Twitter just took a massive leap ahead of its nemesis. It has announced a monster deal with Comcast that will give it direct access to your TV set-top box from a tweet.
And it’s Pam’s former fiancé from The Office!
Charles Ferguson, who was set to direct for CNN, also said some prominent Democrats were against the film, and Clinton’s people refused to take part.
ALL THREE REASONS ARE CORGIS.
You Retta believe it.
E.G. Daily, the lady behind the most iconic baby ever to children of the ’90s, auditioned for The Voice on Tuesday night and it was mind-blowing. But did you know she was also married to one of the most notorious men in Hollywood? And that she has ties to The Breakfast Club? Hang on to your diapies!
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 season opener of NBC’s 300-hanky drama is everything you want it to be: joyful, uplifting, and emotional. But, for those of you who have missed out on television’s most underrated show, this episode offers the perfect opportunity to get hooked. Warning: SPOILERS AHEAD.
Because you missed those colorful sweaters.
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.
The one with the list of all the times we cried.
Your favorite mentor will be with you forever.
The shows that even the combined forces of Friends and Seinfeld couldn’t save or make memorable.
Step aside, Princes William and Harry — these two are the princely siblings you’ve been waiting for.
Would you have watched the show if it was called Insomnia Cafe?
In 1985, the “Material Girl” hosted the first episode of a season that is considered one of the lowest points in the series’ history. Not even Robert Downey Jr. could save it.
“It’s appalling to know executives at major networks like NBC and CNN who have donated to Democrats and Hillary Clinton have taken it upon themselves to be Hillary Clinton’s campaign operatives.”
SNL’s Jason Sudeikis plays the new Tottenham ‘Head Coach’ Ted Lasso. Is predictably brilliant.
It’s been a good day for great Vines.
With series like Modern Family, The New Normal, and now The Fosters, TV is embracing representation of the LGBT family. But how can these shows find the line between preaching and entertaining?
How could we have forgotten about the animated treasure that was Hammerman?!