'Rocky Horror' tonight! We're so excited.
"There are people who don't give a shit about the singing and the sweetness, and they're going to be talking about the next day, 'Hey, did you see that they threw up on a baby?'"
Cory Monteith, Mark Salling, and Kevin McHale will do the definitive "Jingle Bells."
Our weekly reality index.
Plus, Molly Shannon and Jimmy Fallon play charades, on our regular late-night roundup.
Less actual weather, and more reality shows about a "crazy" landscape photographer.
But there's no good news for 'The Whole Truth.'
"We would go hide in Paul Kinsey’s office, shut the door, and play silent Hearts while they were out shooting ... "
Though hopefully they didn't inspire her sartorial choices, too.
'Wilfred,' starring Elijah Wood, gets a thirteen-episode order.
You'll need tacky glue, classy hoop earrings, and the patience to withstand dozens of unfunny Smashing Pumpkins jokes.
Well, this is great news for 'Elle.'
Judging from this spot, the Illinois governor's race is between a tax-evading creep and an adorable, dog-riding cat.
Romantic and agitating in turns, the HBO drama has, in its stealthy way, become one of the most experimental series on television.
The 'Jersey Shore' star and thinking-man's guido filmed a video for MTV's "A Thin Line" campaign.
Once again, we're all asked to consider: Is Bert Gay?
Don Johnson is Kenny's pop, and selfishness is clearly genetic.
Everybody is talking about the final scene, thanks to Michael Shannon.
Bacon may take the well-endowed role of SuperRay, while George suffers another editorial cruelty.