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A Closer Look at Game of Thrones, Season Four Episode Five

What's the deal with the Bloody Gate? What's going on with Bran and Jojen's visions? And how long will it take for Brienne and Podrick to get to the Wall, exactly? Read more...

Introducing Morning After, a New Home for TV Discussion Online

I'm extremely pleased to announce the launch of Morning After, Gawker's new television-discussion vertical, helmed by Jacob Clifton of Television Without Pity. Read more...

Kristin Chenoweth Cast as Maleficent in New Disney Channel Movie

Amid all the hype for its new live-action Maleficent movie, starring Angelina Jolie, Disney is sneaking another version of the villain into its stable. Yes, apparently Jolie and the petite, excitable Kristen Chenoweth share some mysterious quality that makes them both perfect for the role. Read more...

CBS: We Haven't Really Thought About Craig Ferguson's Replacement

Since Craig Ferguson announced his departure from the Late Late Show on Monday, fans have been anxiously awaiting news of his replacement. According to the Hollywood Reporter, they'd better be getting comfortable. Read more...

Stephen Colbert Goes Full Geek on Star Wars Developments

Known scruffy-looking nerf herder Stephen Colbert had a few words for J.J. Abrams on Tuesday night's Colbert Report. Read more...

How Fox News Shoved Shepard Smith Back Into The Closet

Why hasn’t Shepard Smith come out yet? The affable Fox News anchor has a longtime boyfriend , ranks among Fox’s most senior talent, and lives in New York City. It could be, of course, that he’s just a very private person, or—as the Times argued in October—that public attitudes have changed and nobody cares if a famous figure is gay. Read more...

Fox Is Doing Grease Live, and It Will Be Amazing

Apparently inspired by NBC's The Sound of Music Live!, Fox has ordered a three-hour broadcast of Grease. The Hollywood Reporter says that, just like NBC's musical train wreck, Grease will also be broadcast live. Read more...

Awful New Technology Beams TV Ads Onto Your Cell Phone

At long last, advertisers are ready to "solve" the "problem" of you rudely ignoring the television ads that they spent so much effort crafting, by looking at your cell phone when the commercials come on. Read more...

Super Bowl-Bound Seahawk Richard Sherman Wins Taunting Championship

The Seattle Seahawks are going to the Super Bowl, after cornerback Richard Sherman ended the San Francisco 49ers final drive by leaping and tipping a pass for teammate Malcolm Smith to intercept in the end zone. Nobody was more impressed by Sherman's performance than Richard Sherman, as he demonstrated in his cruelly enthusiastic postgame interview. Read more...

Al Jazeera America is laying off "a few dozen staff employees, as well as freelance employees," prob

Al Jazeera America is laying off "a few dozen staff employees, as well as freelance employees," probably due to the fact that Americans do not watch Al Jazeera America, because they vaguely suspect it of terrorism. Read more...

Cory and Topanga Are Super Lame in New Girl Meets World Trailer

The classic 90s show Boy Meets World will live forever in our hearts (and in the annals of slam poetry ), but Cory Matthews is a boy no longer. So of course we're about to get a sequel on Matthews family life in the 21st century–and boy, is it pink. Read more...

What Was How I Met Your Mother and Why Is Everyone Mad at It?

How I Met Your Mother, the long-running CBS sitcom, ended last night. There was a, sort of, twist. Fans were disappointed: Read more...

Actual Legislators Are Puppets on a String for House of Cards

In House of Cards, Kevin Spacey plays a duplicitous, self-serving networker who masterfully manipulates the political process for his own career gain. He is now playing this role in real life, as well. Read more...

What Is And Is Not "Cool," According to Greg Gutfeld

Greg Gutfeld, the Joy Behar of Fox News, has a new book out (HAVEN'T READ) called "Not Cool: The Hipster Elite And Their War on You." What is and is not "cool," according to Greg Gutfeld? A brief guide below. Read more...

Elite Manhattan-Based Critic Can't Tell Regular Folks on TV Apart

Media-insider nepotism baby John Podhoretz, whose many professional duties include criticizing film for the Weekly Standard, alerts that publication's readers to a troubling development in the culture wars: His television is full of "white trash." This is the fault of "fancy high-end TV producers," and by extension Obama. Read more...

The Case for Veronica Mars, Even If You've Never Seen It

The Veronica Mars movie is out today. It's a strange thing to talk about. Every piece about it, including this one apparently, must talk about how it only happened because fans of the original Veronica Mars television show went on Kickstarter and supported it . Show More Summary

Rob Ford Is Sorry For Appearing On Jimmy Kimmel Live A Day Early

Rob Ford is scheduled to appear on tonight’s Jimmy Kimmel Live—not that Ford would know when “tonight” is, exactly. In a gag skit mocking Ford’s habit of not being aware of reality, the embattled Toronto mayor appeared a day early on Kimmel’s show, bursting through a pair of double doors, Kool-Aid Man-style, after Kimmel teased Ford’s Monday segment. Read more...

Watch Tonight's Best Olympic Event: The Terrifying Asteroid Flyby!

An 885-foot-long asteroid will speed by the Earth tonight at 27,000 miles per hour tonight, but what's the tie-in with the Winter Olympics? Well, it was "almost exactly" a year ago when another chunk of space rock actually exploded in the sky over Russia—and that's where Sochi is, in Russia! Read more...

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