You’re not the boss of me now.
The two characters on CBS’ The Good Wife — once inseparable — haven’t appeared together in a season and a half. Kalicia ‘shippers, this is a crisis!
In an exact replica of Monica’s kitchen, no less! Could we be more excited?
The iconic TV news anchor is stepping down as the anchor of World News. She was the only woman anchoring a national nightly newscast.
The way to get your life flipped-turned upside down.
“I love you, love you Disney. Disney HOUR!”
And the internet was — rightfully — enraged.
Because, why did that even happen?
Exclusive: Brittany Murphy’s rise to fame and tragic death is brought to life in The Brittany Murphy Story, airing Sept. 6. Ashton Kutcher cameo included!
The characters are immortal. The actors, not so much.
Michelle Dockery, Allen Leech, Laura Carmichael, and Joanne Froggatt share details about the new season with BuzzFeed. Warning: SPOILERS ahead if you haven’t finished Season 4.
The guy was seriously a butthead.
Saturday nights will never be the same.
Now the story of a doting fan who lost everything.
The actress tells BuzzFeed how her new NBC comedy breaks the traditional romantic comedy mold, what it’s like working for her husband (who created the show), and wine (because, of course).
The WB’s late series about the Halliwell sisters has found a worthy heir in Lifetime’s Beauchamp ladies.
The Media, Diversity, and Social Change Initiative (MDSCI)’s six-year study reveals some less-than-stellar statistics.
Marshall reveals to BuzzFeed about how “The Watchers on the Wall” — his action-packed Game of Thrones episode — was brought to life.
The Crawleys and their servants are back for a new season of domestic drama and international intrigue this autumn on ITV and in Jan. on PBS’s Masterpiece. Plus, George and Sybbie have grown up!
After introducing the world to Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman in Season 1, The Killing came to an end with one final breakout star.
Exclusive: Kristen Bell, Jason Dohring, and a dozen other Veronica Mars alums will co-star in Play It Again, Dick.
Mr. Goodman will see you now.
The star of Shonda Rhimes’ unpredictable drama talks about working while pregnant, the unraveling of Olivia Pope during the “dark season,” and why she’s “blessed” to have received an Emmy nomination.
In honor of the birthday of the man who brought him to life.
Apparently, all the actors hated one another.