If it feels like the hookup between former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville and Gerard Butler has been in the news for years, that’s because it literally has been. Brandi shared the story back in 2012 and people are still talking about it in 2018. Show More Summary
It wouldn't be an episode of How to Get Away with Murder without a few twists, and while it wasn't the craziest episode to date of the show, the winter premiere did have a few wild moments. But did the biggest OMG moment of "He's Dead" involve someone who's not actually dead, someone who did die or someone who is definitely dead?
Though we're just getting into the trenches of Nashville season 6, the season has begun with an intense sense of awkwardness overwhelming the characters and every story that they've tackled. From Deacon and Jessie's budding relationship,...Show More Summary
After two months of waiting, fans finally got to see how Jo dealt with the return of her abusive ex, Paul Stadler (Matthew Morrison) in the mid-season premiere of Grey's Anatomy, titled, "1-800-799-7233" (the number of an actual abuse...Show More Summary
The latest iteration of his syndicated talker, with a rich ownership stake for its host and creator, is in 90 percent of U.S. on NBC-owned stations. read more
The ABC drama shines, though CBS comedies 'Big Bang' and 'Young Sheldon' dominate the dial. read more
Jimmy Fallon and WWE stars The New Day faced off against the burly wrestler and Stephanie McMahon in a special tag-team edition of the popular sketch. read more
The actress also recalled a past, awkward encounter with Oprah Winfrey to Jimmy Fallon on 'The Tonight Show' Thursday night. read more
The winter premiere of Supernatural, "Wayward Sisters," was atypical compared to most of the long-running series' returns from hiatus. Rather than continuing Sam and Dean's story, Supernatural launched a new tale, with a backdoor pilot intended to begin a spin-off. Show More Summary
Because The A.V. Club knows that TV shows keep going even if we’re not writing at length about them, we’re experimenting with discussion posts. For certain shows, one of our TV writers will publish some brief thoughts about the latest episode, and open the comments for readers to share theirs. Read more...
The Good Doctor is getting an island injection. ABC's hit medical drama has recruited Hawaii Five-0's Will Yun Lee as a guest star, EW reports. Lee will appear in a multi-episode arc starting in February. He'll be playing "an ex-copShow More Summary
Kim Kardashian is calling out Lamar Odom following his remarks about her sister, Khloe Kardashian.
Anonymous Content-produced 'Flint Town' will take a look at the water crisis in the Michigan community, while the untitled series from Vox Entertainment will focus on the questions that reflect this era. read more
UNDERRATED Joe Frank: If you moved to Los Angeles at a certain time and of a certain temperament, Joe Frank was the voice in your head offering an immersive, vaguely unsettling welcome. A distinctive, dryly authoritative radio storyteller whose spoken-word series for Santa Monica’s KCRW from 1986...
It doesn't happen as commonly as some fans might think but The Amazing Race has been host to a few teams from other CBS reality shows. The most frequent cross-pollination has been with Big Brother. A couple relationships born on Big Brother have carried over to the famous race around the world. Show More Summary
The host of “New Day” on CNN keeps a tight schedule to balance his work, life and being the parent of three young children.
Just when Dorit Kemsley was starting to win over some of her haters, she stood up Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave after inviting her to get drinks. In the grand scheme of things, this is not a huge deal, but Dorit comes across as rude and self-involved, to put it mildly. Show More Summary
20 years later, the Creek is still dry. Dawson's Creek turns 20! Yes, the beloved WB drama is almost legally allowed to drink, and yes, we feel very old. And while reboots and...
Stephen Colbert argued the event was "overhyped," whereas Jimmy Kimmel created his own ceremony dubbed the "Dishonest and Corrupt President Awards." read more
In New York, Daniel Bruhl, Dakota Fanning and Luke Evans premiere TNT's new period thriller series "The Alienist," which tells the story of a 19th-century psychologist hunting a vicious serial killer. (Jan. 17)