Is Idol's greatest-ever contestant recycling his old material? Yes, and we have YouTube evidence to prove it!
Some clever video-editing nerd has created a pretty excellent montage of Lost characters wondering what, exactly, is going on.
Now that text and still photography have been made all but irrelevant by online video, popular music-review Website Pitchfork, this morning, has launched Pitchfork.tv, the Internet's first-ever source for music videos.
Can anyone explain to us why Letterman did the exact same jokes in his monologues two nights in a row?
Dan Menaker's Internet talk show still faces some hurdles in its third episode. Can books on TV ever be cool?
Tonight, a shadow shall fall over the universe. Evil will grow in its path. And death will come from the skies … to Comedy Central at 10 p.m.
To celebrate the disappointing first-week sales of longtime adversary Fat Joe's new album, 50 staged a mock funeral for Joe and shared the awesome results with the Internet.
At last, someone on the Internet has been able to stop listening repeatedly to "What We Want" for long enough to remix it.
NBC and News Corp's Hollywood-sanctioned YouTube competitor Hulu opens to the public today.
Come on, hipsters, stop screwing around — it's 32 degrees outside!
I Am Legend arrives on DVD March 18th and one of the bonus features is the film's darker original ending, which we think is much better than the reshot one they ultimately went with.
See every single one of them in six minutes.
While everyone at your Oscar party was falling asleep, lucky viewers in Buffalo, New York, were treated to hilarious, spot-on awards analysis from the anchors at their local ABC News station, whose audio commentary was accidentally broadcast thanks to a technical glitch.
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.
If last night's Oscars had been any more boring, they would've been Atonement. Fortunately, Gary Busey was there to mix things up on the red carpet.
Over the weekend, this leaked clip, purportedly from Dave Eggers and Spike Jonze's upcoming movie adaptation of Where the Wild Things Are, hit the Internet to much wonder and speculation.
Yesterday, we wrote two posts lightly mocking the films of Transformers director Michael Bay for being mindless, inane live-action cartoons with more explosions than brain cells — and today we apologize.
Unsurprisingly, the only watchable six minutes of last night's Grammy Awards came courtesy of a walking catastrophe with a tenuous hold on reality (not Clive Davis, for once).
Three talk-show hosts in desperate need of material stage an awesome beatdown.
And it's the Terminator!
Last night, area indie rock fans skipped the Lost premiere and headed to Williamsburg's Studio B for New York's Karaoke Relapse part starring the Thermals.
The show's shattered timeline means it's begging for devoted fans to tease out its many synchronicities.