The History series is boasting a lot of changes in its second season, including more authenticity, gore, and a switch in focus.
A look at 10 shows on the bubble, and our predictions for whether they’ll be renewed or canceled.
Plus, the episode’s director Rebecca Addelman opens up about working on the hilarious installment.
James Pearse Connelly shares how these big shows come together, from the lighting to the sets and everywhere in between.
Whitaker plays real-life crime boss Bumpy Johnson in the drama.
Plus, final season details for ‘Jane the Virgin.’
Sarah Drew may finally be getting her own show, following in the path of many ‘Grey’s’ alums.
‘I stayed on television way too long,’ Letterman told Ellen DeGeneres on her daytime talk show.
Plus, he reveals how long it took to get the Netflix film made.
See Bill Engvall return to the show.
The actress, who starred on the NBC comedy for 10 seasons, documented the experience on social media.
The trailer, plot, cast, premiere date, and more news about the long-awaited project.
After three years as angsty priest-turned-neurosurgeon Dr. Griffin Munro, Cohen is checking out of the ABC soap.
Daniels took to social media this week to indirectly address Smollett’s alleged hate crime hoax.
That baby Babs is carrying is starting to cramp her style. Literally.
Lois Smith joins the AMC series for its long-awaited sophomore run.
His other TV projects include ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ and ‘The Mandalorian.’
The daytime star talks executive producing her new Lifetime movie, the latest J.T. legal drama on ‘Y&R’ and more.
From the newly released poster and latest trailer to episode length.
And other pilots coming soon.
The actress tweeted this week that the project will be about ‘the life of a modern-day first generation Indian American teenage girl.’
From dramas to comedies to superhero series, all of the shows leaving us in 2019.
The fourth season features Colt and Larissa, Chantel and Pedro, Russ and Paola, Elizabeth and Andrei, Ashley and Jay, and Nicole and Azan.
Find out when the second season of Paramount Network’s Kevin Costner-starring series premieres!
Ahead of the CBS sitcom’s series finale, a look back at the guest appearances that were really out of this world.
Plus, Joel McHale visits ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race.’
The festival is set to celebrate ‘In Living Color,’ ‘Mr. Robot,’ ‘The Simpsons’ and more.
Seg is stuck in space, Doomsday is looming and Zod is in control. Yeah, we need a hero more than ever.
Take a deep dive into the Upside Down.
The NBC comedy’s writers tease the ‘Orange Is the New Black’ alum’s upcoming arc as Karen’s new co-worker, Nikki.
The reality star talks Addee triumphing over hearing loss, and previews this week’s episode.
Check out all of the nominations in the major categories here.
Both actresses have been arrested and charged, but will they end up behind bars?
‘Masters of Sex’ alum Lizzy Caplan will take the lead alongside Tim Robbins, Garrett Hedlund, and more.
Plus, he also hinted at a ‘Buffy’ collaboration on his show ‘SEAL Team.’
Will Robyn be able to manage her latest crisis from the sky?
The actor joins previously cast stars Ray Liotta, Corey Stoll, Jon Bernthal, Vera Farmiga, Billy Magnussen, and Michael Gandolfini.
There’s some serious tension in the air.