Cogar Town says goodbye to ABC and hello to a network willing to promote it with tonight's season finale.
Is the economy and a tense political climate why this season's upcoming shows are so dark? The networks seem to be channeling audience's real-world anxiety into drama with new shows like 666 Park Avenue, the Jekyll and Hyde-inspired Do No Harm and serial killer shows like Cult, The Following and Hannibal.
Lesley Goldberg The female-skewing network has given second season orders to Shonda Rhimes' D.C.-set political fixer drama and its first year comedy starring James Van Der Beek comedy, "GCB" will not live on. read more Read Post
Before the always-inventive Community unveils its season 3 premiere tonight at 8 p.m. on NBC, creator Dan Harmon would like to make this pledge to you. “We’re going to be weird in ways that addict you to the show,” he says. “We’re g... Read Post
Well, it’s about time! After watching his Dawson’s Creek co-stars mature into an Oscar nominee, a cult TV show star, and Batman love i, James Van Der Beek is finally getting his chance to shine: EW has confirmed that the former teen... Read Post