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Fox's 'The Grinder' lets the real Rob Lowe, cheese-meter and all, loose

Rob Lowe swanned into the room and eased into a chair. He was between takes on the Fox lot in Century City and decided to kill a few minutes chatting with a visitor.

In 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,' Rachel Bloom stalks and bursts into song

Driven young attorney Rebecca Bunch is on a career hot streak, about to add "junior partner" to her résumé and pave her professional path as a Manhattan legal eagle.

'Ash vs. Evil Dead's' Lucy Lawless promises 'buckets of blood and good humor'

Lucy Lawless didn't appear in the original "Evil Dead" movies, but she brings her own cult following to the TV revival of that classic horror franchise. The New Zealand native stars as the mysterious and ruthless Ruby in the upcoming series "Ash vs. Evil Dead," which reunites her with a trio of...

NBC's 'Blindspot' aims to tattoo its mysteries in your mind

Tattoos are not exactly hard to come by in Brooklyn these days, but they've reached a whole new level of ubiquity on the set of the NBC drama "Blindspot" at Steiner Studios.

ABC's 'Muppets' takes Kermit and Co. out into the real world -- will they remain subtly subversive?

The typical U.S. office has a surprising ability to endure failed romance. According to a CareerBuilder survey, nearly 40% of Americans have dated a co-worker, many of them emerging no worse for the wear.

Wesley Snipes plays a Vegas pit boss you don't want to mess with in NBC's 'The Player'

With his training in repertory theatre, Wesley Snipes says he feels comfortable sliding into just about any role. Never mind that he's best known as an action star - he's happy with trash-talk comedy, à la "White Men Can't Jump," or comic-book horror, as in the "Blade" franchise.

Marcia Gay Harden leads the cast as a veteran doctor in CBS' 'Code Black'

Marcia Gay Harden once described winning an Oscar as a double-edged sword: Although it is a wonderful honor, it does have its pitfalls.

Walt Disney -- hero or villain? A PBS documentary tries for a balanced portrait

Nearly 50 years after his death, Walt Disney remains a divisive figure. That 20-foot berm separating Disneyland visitors from the messy realities of the outside world might as well be the wall that divides the true believers in Disney's innovative magic and those who find his creative output -...

Ratings for Stephen Colbert drop 35% on night two

After a big opening night, ratings for the "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" came back to earth Wednesday.

Early ratings look strong for Stephen Colbert's debut on 'The Late Show'

Based on the early ratings, Stephen Colbert got off to a strong start on his first night as the new host of CBS' "The Late Show."

What did people think about 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert'?

Stephen Colbert returned to television on Tuesday, and viewers had #allthefeels. During Colbert's time on Comedy Central, the comedian racked up a fervent fan following for his more satirical, conservative on-screen persona. But audiences were introduced to a whole new Colbert when he took the...

'Key & Peele' 'quit before it dips' after finding laughs in fraught topics

It's fitting, if entirely coincidental, that the sketch comedy show "Key & Peele" is coming to an end during the waning days of Barack Obama's presidency.

Here's why the outrageously important 'Key & Peele' is comedy's jam

I wish Key and Peele would do a sketch in which a couple of guys with odd facial hair react to the end of "Key & Peele."

Martin Milner's less-is-more style drove 'Route 66,' 'Adam-12'

Martin Milner, who died Monday in Los Angeles at the age of 82, acted in many movies and many episodes of many television shows in a career that lasted half a century. But he'll be best remembered for two television series, "Route 66," which ran on CBS from 1960 to 1964, and Jack Webb's "Adam-12,"...

Monday's TV highlights: 'Lost River' and more

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Amazon's 'Hand of God' features miraculous acting, but little else

If Amazon's new vigilante drama "Hand of God" were a better show, Garret Dillahunt might be up for an Emmy this time next year.

Meet the Season 27 cast of CBS' 'Amazing Race'

CBS' "The Amazing Race" has lined up yet another batch of diverse teams for its upcoming season.

This is gonna be 'yooge': Donald Trump to visit 'Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'

This is gonna be yooge: Republican presidential front-runner and former reality star Donald Trump will sit down for a conversation with Jimmy Fallon on the Sept. 11 episode of "The Tonight Show," NBC announced Tuesday.

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