All week long.
A network-by-network look at next year's new shows and TV-schedule strategies.
That's an old TV show.
This is the show that led to the great burning of New York of 2010.
Tonight's finale is between two — rather than the usual three — contestants. Who's got the edge?
Seems to us that she's on the same career arc as Pam Anderson.
Even though they've been trying to spark it for weeks.
We may be reading too much into this, but she appears to be dreaming of Jack Wagner's sexy embrace.
"[W]ho writes this crap? [I] have had bad scripts to work with, but this?"
Ashlee Simpson-Wentz and some even-less-famous person have been fired from 'Melrose Place.'
Plus: Chow Yun-fat! Vampires! Korean gangsters!
What was true to life about this episode, and what struck us as faker than a Photoshop of a politician holding a giant cherry-red bong?
Mischa Barton's new show has been canceled after just two episodes, which were low-rated even by CW standards.
We're quite sure this decision had very little to do with money and everything to do with artistic fulfillment.
The debut of 'The Vampire Diaries' was the highest-rated series premiere in the history of the CW.
Also Phillip Lim, Chris Benz, and other designers are suing Chicago boutique Jake for half a million dollars.
"Who murdered Sydney?" doesn't have quite the same ring to it as "Who shot J.R.?"