Could we see the ‘Lost’ alum back on ABC’s ‘The Rookie’ next season?
Sarah Power discusses her character’s relationship ahead of the Season 6 finale.
Learn more about the complex backgrounds for these compelling characters.
The comedy-drama is bolstered by strong performances, refreshing writing and stunning cinematography.
Turns out, when you turn cameras on contestants trapped together 24/7, you glimpse humanity at its worst.
‘We tried to build on the fun and hijinks and do something fresh,’ says director Max Barbakow of the comedy starring Andy Samberg.
Remember when MTV still played music? Or when TLC was all about learning?
The home reno series premieres Monday, July 6 on HGTV.
HBO probably wants Season 2 as much as fans do, but don’t get your hopes up.
TV this week was full of endless laughs, drama, and interesting stories.
‘The Darewolf’ is the subject of an upcoming episode of ROH’s weekly TV series.
These amazing career performances so far prove it is time for them to step into the spotlight.
And don’t miss the latest episode of ‘Desus & Mero.’
The special premieres Tuesday, July 7 on PBS.
The Apple TV+ series following a budding singer-songwriter also has J.J. Abrams as executive producer.
Get some insight into how primetime TV will look come autumn.
All four seasons of the sci-fi drama are coming to NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock.
Guidelines are in place to ensure the safety of casts and crews.
Plus, Elisabeth Moss and more join the couple on Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Hilarie Burton-Morgan’s AMC talk show.
‘He takes time to unspool. He sneaks up on you a little,’ Mulroney teases his Season 2 villain, CIA agent John Carmichael.
And don’t miss ‘Central Park’ on Apple.
Plus, can the NBC drama be saved? Exec producer Tony Phelan weighs in.
A roundup of all of the shows that are coming to an end this year.
Plus, find out about more movie marathons on deck this summer.
A breakdown of ABC, CBS, The CW, Fox, and NBC’s plans for next season.
Tamada spills about her experience filming the show based on the children’s book series.
Seehorn weighs in on some of Kim Wexler’s standout moments, and looks ahead to next season.
A look back at the stars we lost this year, from producers to actors and actresses.
Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin will take their final bows as Sandy and Norman as the comedy comes to a close.
Did the CBS summer game show beat the ‘One Chicago’ trifecta of first responder dramas?
Get a full rundown of all of the series returning for new seasons this year.
The animated series follows the clones of prominent historical figures in high school.
Mireille Enos also details how her off-book CIA agent Marissa Wiegler is now Hanna’s biggest defender and ally.
There’s been a spike in COVID-19 cases in California.
The actress joins Imelda Staunton who was previously cast as Queen Elizabeth.
Next up on the summer event series are the first Bachelor (Alex Michel) and Bachelorette (Trista Sutter).
If you’re wondering how producers on the ABC game show continue to surprise us with the participants telling the truth, you’re not alone!