When it was (unofficially) announced that NBC was looking to get back into the Xena: Warrior Princess game with a reboot, fans understandably went apeshit. Then Lucy Lawless shot the rumors down. But wait! Maybe she spoke too soon. Click To Continue Reading
A new actor is coming. Emmy nominated actor and "Deadwood" star Ian McShane is now joining Season 6 of "Game of Thrones," according to Entertainment Weekly. Few details on McShane's role have been revealed, but we do know he's goingShow More Summary
HBO currently has more than two times as many comedies as it does dramas. And if the Internet?s current level of anti-praise for Season 2 of True Detective was any indication, it would have been gone already. So is a Season 3 still possible?Click To Continue Reading
We can understand that Luke Perry doesn't wanna talk about his Beverly Hills, 90210 days—but it's not as though the questions were coming out of nowhere! Perry was at the...
To the delight of comedy nerds the world over, "Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp" -- the eight-episode revival of the 2001 cult favorite starring Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler and Elizabeth Banks -- premiered Friday on Netflix.
Westeros, the fictional realm and home to all the Game Of Thrones action, has some… let’s say unique spelling conventions. And if you’ve ever tried typing a recap of an episode into your phone to text a friend, you know all too well the havoc autocorrect can cause. Show More Summary
Another day, another "What is Jon Snow's fate?" update. You know the drill Game of Thrones fans, spoiler alert! Jon Snow died—or "died" if you will—at the...
It's no secret that True Detective season two is not as good as its groundbreaking and award-winning first season. Just google the words "True Detective season two" and see what pops...
Sorry, “Game of Thrones” fans: Jon Snow is not just dead, he’s really dead. At least, that’s according to HBO executive Michael Lombardino, who asserted this week that the "GoT" protagonist is -- yes, that’s right -- 100 percent not alive. Show More Summary
Were you to imagine a follow-up to "Wet Hot American Summer," David Wain and Michael Showalter's 2001 absurdist parody of an 1980s summer camp movie, it likely would not be as a prequel in which all the members of the main cast, now 14 years older, return to play their old characters in a story...
Game of Thrones giveth and it taketh away. At the Television Critics Association fall previews on Thursday, HBO programming president Michael Lombardo said that the series will not necessarily end after the rumored seven seasons. "That's definitely open," he said. "I think 'seven seasons and out' has... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Game of Thrones
Now the whole cast is returning for Netflix?s Wet Hot American Summer: First Day at Camp, and executive producer and actor Michael Showalter is happy to explain exactly why it doesn?t matter how old the cast looks.Click To Continue Reading
"This season is not a reboot," said the co-creator of the HBO drama, "it’s the next chapter." read more
Who went home on Big Brother 17 on tonight July 30, 2015? Who was evicted in the live vote? Who are the new Heads of Household? Here are the results for Week 5 on Big Brother.
Even though the Agent Carter cast (with an assist from Chris Evans) won the very first dubsmash war, the cast of Agents of SHIELD is demanding a do-over. For charity of course. The challenge was issued by actor Clark Gregg (Agent Coulson), who posted a video of himself crying over the other cast’s victory while dressed […]
Well, it’s already time for season three of Little Women: LA, and I’m still left scratching my head over the two-part reunion from last season, which pitted mean girl Terra Jole against Christy McGinty in what looked like a friendship-ending scenario. Show More Summary
Mia Farrow, along with pretty much everyone else on the Internet, is outraged over the killing of Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe. But Farrow took her anger a step further on Wednesday, tweeting the address of Walter Palmer, the Minnesota dentist who has admitted to slaying Cecil, to more than 650,000... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Mia Farrow
"We didn’t start it off quite so heavy so some more time has passed than they originally intended," the actress tells THR about the upcoming sequel. read more
At this point, if you think Jon Snow (Kit Harington) is dead on Game of Thrones, then you know nothing. Not only are there a ton of theories on how Jon is vitally important to the...
If you watched Cara Delevingne's incredibly awkward interview on "Good Morning Sacramento," you know that the model-turned-actress, who was promoting "Paper Towns," was just working with what she was given -- which was some really terrible...Show More Summary