Plus, can Jace get Clary away from Jonathan?
Digg’s stepdad isn’t the only relative of OTA making trouble this season.
From Arya and Gendry’s big moment to the Jaime-Brienne-Tormund love triangle.
The world’s biggest car show is heading to Norway on BBC America.
From the awkward stares to that inside joke with Jaime Lannister.
Sally Wainwright’s terrifically entertaining period drama spotlights a real-life free-thinking landowner, played by Suranne Jones.
Elizabeth McCord’s story is just getting started (again).
The actor, who plays Cane Ashby, previews what fans can expect to see and shares personal memories of Kristoff St. John.
Should Callen really be giving Sam advice about women given his history?
This series is going to be very different from ‘GoT’….
Fans are buzzing after Episode 2 that the crypt may not be a safe haven after all.
Every episode from the first nine seasons — including the pilot, which aired April 23, 1989 — is available on Prime Video.
CBS announced Monday that ‘NCIS: LA’ will be back for Season 11, and ‘NCIS: New Orleans’ for Season 6.
Two contestants were sent packing before the end of the night.
The actor passed away in March and has already appeared in three episodes posthumously.
Everyone’s ready to fight the Night King and his Army of the Dead.
Marius and the Bernhardts are operating in new territory this go-around.
The ‘Chicago Med’ and ‘Chicago P.D.’ stars are leaving their shows at the end of their current seasons.
What does Florence + the Machine’s forlorn tune mean?
The actress breaks down the relationship between Emori and Murphy, and previews her reaction to a whole new world.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez, Elizabeth Berkley and Tiffani Thiessen got together over the weekend.
See what the actress said about the change, which comes after the series finale jumps forward 10 years.
But the fun doesn’t last forever — in a final twist, the investigation unearths some ghosts from Bobby’s past.
Plus, a two-hour ‘American Idol’ special.
EPs Barbara Hall and Lori McCreary break down the future of the former secretary of state if the show returns.
Though ‘Game of Thrones’ is a show known for death, there’s no other episode that takes it as seriously as this one.
‘The Hungry Caterpiller’ takes a closer look at what it is that drives Villanelle’s obsession with Eve.
NOVA examines the erosion of the coast and the danger caused by the mile-wide sinkholes.
Plus, find out why the young helper in the preschool episode looks so familiar.
While you await the return of ‘Outlander,’ why not check out shows like ‘Timeless’ or ‘Lost’?
From Cersei’s armored dresses to Brienne of Tarth’s actual armor.
They mean good news for one ‘American Horror Story’ alum.
Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, John Legend, and more turn out for the special night on CBS.
The moon landing, Manson murders, Chappaquiddick scandal, and more came together in 1969.
Check out our favorite quips from this week in television.
If you’ve been dying to know more about Mad Sweeney, this is your episode — and it’s a doozy!