Season 3 of Shonda Rhimes’ addictive ABC drama offers not only a pulse-pounding thrill ride each week, but also a canny exploration of self-determination. Spoilers ahead, if you’re not caught up.
Sleepy Hollow and Dracula have brought gothic fantasy to the TV lineup for a few months now — long enough to fall in love with both, and to notice some similarities. Which does it better?
WARNING: Spoilers ahead.
Since 2008, Marvel Studios’ eight movies have grossed $5 billion in global box office, all thanks to one simple, radical invention: the mega-franchise. Can Hollywood catch up? And should they?
She is the best reason, anyway. All hail the wonder that is Gail.
Living the dream, one logged press conference at a time.
One of the cast pooped their pants once. Just sayin’.
We all do it sometimes, but then again, what is real anyway?
Some complementary, some confusing, all classic. Whitney Houston and The Smiths?!
Moffat, please, just, please stop. It hurts so much.
Saturday Night Live imagines a world in which this could possibly exist.
Was it all just a terrible nightmare? Malcolm in the Middle’s Hal may have eaten too many fried Twinkies before bed, according to a new DVD extra. [UPDATED]
Is there anything more delightful than an anachronistic prop? No, no there isn’t.
Mindy Kaling’s single-camera comedy is not only hitting all of its marks in its second season, it’s surpassing them… and leaving New Girl in its wake.
As if the Crawleys wouldn’t be returning! Season 5 will air in the U.S. on PBS’s Masterpiece Classic.
Laughing on command is harder than it looks. I would know, I went undercover as a Zabvronian for the day.
The Parks and Recreation star, whose latest attempt at making The Greatest Event In Television History airs Thursday at midnight on Adult Swim, opens up to BuzzFeed.
Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage are all getting the Netflix series treatment. Plus, The Defenders in 2015.
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.
ABC’s quirky blended family comedy — the one that isn’t Modern Family — has quickly become a bright spot in an otherwise largely dull season of television.
It’s not easy being queen. Luckily, private school girl Ja’mie King has it all sorted out for you.
Their days of riding in the sidecar are over. Or maybe not, because sidecars are pretty great.
Yearning for a typical ’90s Halloween? Look no further.
Did you watch CITV as a kid? Poor, poor you.
You won’t just become addicted to Sundance Channel’s French-language drama about people returning from the dead; it will haunt your dreams.
From buses to supermarket checkouts to planes, we always hear the same announcements. Who actually does them?
The Marvel espionage drama bears a lot of similarities to the early run of Fox’s now-departed Fringe — and not necessarily in good ways.
We know you’re “so blessed.” No need to rub it in.
As Twitter heads for its public market debut, the company is facing criticism for not having any women on its board. Here are 12 female executives we think would make excellent directors.
Let’s just move all television to Australia.