“More turkey, Mr. Chandler?”
“More turkey, Mr. Chandler?”
Six seasons and a movie.
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.
Because let’s face it, you’re AH-MAZING!
The West Wing hasn’t been on TV since 2006, but Claudia Jean’s wisdom is as relevant as ever.
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.
Our favorite Baysiders knew there was, “No hope with dope.”
It’s not easy being queen. Luckily, private school girl Ja’mie King has it all sorted out for you.
The latest creation by designers features Dorothy over 700 TV shows, from Grange Hill to Game Of Thrones.
Their days of riding in the sidecar are over. Or maybe not, because sidecars are pretty great.
You won’t just become addicted to Sundance Channel’s French-language drama about people returning from the dead; it will haunt your dreams.
A crowd-pleasing comedian has become Conan O’Brien’s first apprentice. With late-night television more crowded than ever, he’s aiming to be different.
I owe my love of pizza and tub time to Strangers with Candy and Amy Sedaris.
Dear Snuggie, You are a wizard of warmth and I cannot live without you. Inspired by this awesome Reddit thread.
The duo, who recreated the show’s opening sequence earlier this year, sat down with Robert Wagner and Stefanie Powers on Good Morning America.
Because drinking games are the redneck way. Just in time for the Season 4 finale, this Wednesday, Oct. 23, at 10 p.m. ET/9 p.m. CT on A&E.
Animated shows from the ’80s and ’90s will forever rule!
Yes, even the Bluth Model Home.
Holy crap, the accountants at Two And A Half Men sure do write a lot of checks. All of CBS, for that matter.
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.
A new book by a Harvard Business School professor argues that the surest way to entertainment business success is to bet heavily on likely blockbusters and spend less on everything else.
The most essential viewing of the week. Promise.
It’s just like Big, except, well, thirty years in the future.
“I have a cunning plan.”
Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, and Danai Gurira are bringing a lot of chocolate, Prince albums, and cats.
You just call out my name and you know wherever I am. I’ll come running to see you again.
Worship the fringe.
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.