Hell's Kitchen left viewers with mouths dropped once again in the name of drama. For the second time in a row, the Red Team failed a dinner service and the Blue Team swept in to clean up the mess. Can they finally bounce back and stop their bickering for one episode? To do so without arguing might be asking for too much, but that's entertainment, folks!
The team deals with the aftermath of someone leaking a (doctored) photo of Oliver as the Green Arrow to the news in Arrow's "Tribute," and that includes an FBI agent, Samanda Watson, coming to Star City to open up an investigation into its mayor.Here are the 12 best quotes from "Tribute."
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The latest episode of Once Upon a Time finally answered the question fans have been asking since Cinderella --sorry, just Ella -- (Dania Ramirez) tried to slice and dice her prince charming at the ball: Why would a fairytale princess...Show More Summary
Magnum P.I. might return to TV. CBS announced on Friday that it's developing a rebooted pilot of the Tom Selleck drama about a former military man in Hawaii who uses his military training to transition into a career of private investigating. Hawaii Five-0 and MacGuyver -- both also rebooted... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Magnum, P.I. Tom Selleck Peter Lenkov
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Allegations of sexual harassment and abuse have been surfacing more and more frequently in recent months. Now the creator of Loud House has lost his job after accusations were leveled at him.
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Peter Lenkov, who is behind CBS reboots 'Hawaii Five-0' and 'MacGyver,' is penning the script alongside Eric Guggenheim. read more
'Epiphany' will be produced by Shawn Levy and his 21 Laps banner. read more
Bob Weinstein long operated in the shadow of his sibling, but is now scrambling to hold their company together while facing an uncertain future of his own.
You'll have to wait a little longer to see Tracy Morgan return to TV. His new series on TBS is going through some trouble behind-the-scenes.
The introduction of the Apocalypse World in Supernatural's season 12 finale promised (or at least hinted at) introducing new versions of returning characters. In "The Rising Son" the first newish face arrived in the form of an alternate Michael. Show More Summary
We're only days away from The Walking Dead finally returning to the airwaves for Season 8. If you're not sure how you're going to watch, we have a convenient streaming option for you to consider.
Sometimes it's hard to be a hero on Arrow, especially with the press and FBI attention focusing on vigilantes in the most recent episode, "Tribute." However, the many heroic types roaming around Star City try their hardest. Which of them proved to be the biggest hero of the week?
The representative for the actor, who famous interviewed the drug lord in 2015, calls the documentary full of "false and reckless fabrications."
Over 200 female members of the Animation Guild sent a letter proposing a three-part plan to stamp out sexual harassment in their industry.