Plus: Robert De Niro is making two sequels to a movie no one cared about the first time.
Plus: Tim Roth on TV, and Ian McKellen is McKellening again.
Plus: Tricia Helfer gets a new series, and Chris Carter's already working on a new movie.
Competitive vomiting! Baby borrowing! Joey Fatone! You are now entering the unscripted apocalypse.
Plus: An unverifiable rumor involving Leonardo DiCaprio and the patriotic superhero he might (or might not) portray in a movie!
Another spooky mystery from J.J. Abrams, this one with an overtly supernatural vibe.
Astonished networks are reporting better-than-expected upfront sales. Amazing!
As far as we can tell, 'Hole in the Wall' features contestants in shiny spandex attempting to fit through strange shapes cut out of an onrushing wall.
The Moment of Truth returns two months after its spring finale—when a ratings bonanza calls, Mr. Murdoch listens.
"This is cutting-edge science in a house full of full of hot chicks!"
Plus: Patty and Selma rejoice! Here comes a 'McGuyver' movie!
The heavens parted and the Buffyverse rejoiced last week as Whedon's new series, 'Dollhouse,' started production at Fox.
Plus: The Breeders' bizarre listening party, the Smashing Pumpkins' lawsuit against their record company, and a lot of 'Law & Order' sound effects.
Cera will play Bryan Lee O'Malley's lovable comic-book slacker; Geena Davis returns to TV; and Suzan Lori-Parks will direct Fences on Broadway.
Plus industry news on Sam Raimi's new TV show.
Plus: Jim Carrey in Jason Reitman's next.
The Shaun of the Dead star blasts the American producer-director over his plans for a U.S. edition of seminal nineties Britcom Spaced.
Expert advice from the Post's always-helpful comment section!
Vulture looks into its crystal ball.
Sure, we've had our problems with lie-detecting game show The Moment of Truth in the past, but last night, for the first time, it actually lived up to the potential of its relationship-destroying premise.
And it's the Terminator!
Roger Clemens has been asked. Who else should take a seat in the big chair, electrodes and all?
Critics hated it! Still, Fox is undeterred.
Plus: Sam Mendes to shoot Dave Eggers's and Vendela Vida's comedy.
With nothing else on, can Idol reach the Survivor plateau?