Last night was our favorite kind of TVD episode. It was fun, but with depth and heart.
And Glee is moving to Tuesdays.
We get it: He's the worst. The best? Ron's cabin.
A fight with Jamm, a last-minute Leslie solution, a Ron/Chris contest ... things are starting to feel very familiar.
In which we meet Olivia's very intriguing mother.
Good. American Horror Story needs a rival.
From Nick Turner and Lee Rubenstein.
Still long enough for some shirtlessness, fortunately.
The Sundance show hits its halfway point tonight with its fourth episode.
"Even in his fantasy, he has this selfish desire to outlive his wife and becomes this tragic hero. He can’t help it."
Amazon's first TV show, created by Doonesbury's Garry Trudeau, stars John Goodman as a U.S. senator.
Paul Rudd, John Goodman, One Direction, and Kings of Leon, too.
With a mix of old and new material.
Leslie Knope and Councilman Jamm get super into "Summer Nights."
It's as great as it is inaccurate.
They're reportedly eyeing an adaptation.
The Von Trapp children are Southern now?
We just need to accept the fact that there’s Good Nashville and Bad Nashville, often on display in the same episode.
She thought she had an ulcer. She did not.
“Are you James Franco?”
"I want him to watch my work."
“It smells like a Guatemalan YMCA in here. Congratulations on that.”
The co-writer of the famous 1998 hotel room hookup episode walks us through how the couple came to be, and why they almost didn't.
He makes Harrison Ford grin. Grin!