Mary Poppins starring Julie Andrews didn't film a single scene in London.
Mare of Easttown continues to be the show you need to be watching.
Sarah Drew returned as April Kepner on Grey's Anatomy this week.
"Everything I love is already here."
"The depth of grief that you felt with all the losses, it's because of the depth of love."
Plot twist: Riverdale made me cry this week?!?
This Is Us finally shed some light on Randall's birth mom.
"As someone who tried really hard to be someone I couldn't."
Grey's Anatomy featured the return of an original character.
From The Mandalorian to The Haunting of Bly Manor and everything in between.
"I will always sing for you. No matter what. No matter where."
Grey's Anatomy said goodbye to Alex Karev after 16 seasons.
"She talked about having a 'Twisted sister.' Yang did."
"It's called an immersive experience, David!"
Schitt's Creek Season 6 premiered this week.
Cristina sent Meredith quite the welcome back present on Grey's Anatomy.
Grey's Anatomy celebrated 350 episodes with a ton of Easter eggs for longtime fans.
Bailey received some shocking news on this week's Grey's Anatomy.
The Biggest Police Department In The US Has A Suicide Crisis. Another Department Thinks They Have An Answer.
“With nine suicides, what you’re seeing is a system that’s broken.”
Charmed paid homage to the original series.
The Clothes You Buy From American Eagle Will Reveal Which Halstead Brother From "Chicago P.D." You Should Date
One Chicago is never the same without the Halstead brothers.
Perhaps Chicago Med?
Are you more Erin or Hank?
Three Chicago Police Department officers have been indicted on conspiracy, obstruction, and misconduct over the shooting of black teenager Laquan McDonald in 2014.
You need a Molly's buddy ASAP!
The nation's third largest city recorded 762 homicides in 2016, the highest number in nearly two decades. President-elect Trump tweeted Monday that the city's mayor should ask for "Federal help."
While most celebrity Twitter feeds are dominated by endless selfies, mindless musings, and photos designed to incite FOMO, the Chicago P.D. star is using social media to connect with fans on a personal level and inspire change — 140 characters at a time.