Missy Elliott is Expected to join Katy Perry at Super Bowl Halftime Show
Missy Elliott is expected to join Katy Perry at Super Bowl halftime show
The Associated Press reports that the rapper is the surprise female guest whom Perry hinted at during her Super Bowl press conference.
Game of Thrones Season 5 trailer leaks
An attendee at one of last night’s Game of Thrones IMAX screenings used a smartphone to record the trailer.
Breaking Bad’s Anna Gunn joins Criminal Minds spinoff
The recent Gracepoint star will join Gary Sinise on the CBS series, playing an international law expert and talented linguist.
See a preview of Sarah Silverman & Chelsea Handler’s Super Bowl ad
The two comediennes will appear in a commercial for T-Mobile.
Jimmy Kimmel got Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Steven Tyler to admit they deflated the Patriots footballs
John Krasinski, Chris Evans and Eli Roth also took part in last night’s Kimmel bit.
Bryan Cranston helped Better Call Saul celebrate its premiere
Breaking Bad alums Dean Norris and Betsy Brandt also came out in support of the AMC prequel.
Watch Conan O’Brien learn how to grab his junk from Marshawn Lynch and Rob Gronkowski
The Super Bowl rivals took part in Conan’s “Mortal Kombat X” segment of “Clueless Gamer.”
John Oliver: I tasered myself at a USO show in Afghanistan
The Last Week Tonight host tells Letterman that all he wanted to do was make the troops laugh.
Jimmy Fallon caught singing “Piano Man” on top of a NYC bar piano
This is the 2nd time in a week that Fallon, who’s “Tonight Show” is on vacation this week, was captured singing in a bar.
Parenthood boss: “I didn’t always know that this would be the ending but I sort of suspected it”
Jason Katims says of the series finale: “When we knew this was the final season, I knew I wanted to tell a big story that was going to touch the entire family and bring them together in some way.” PLUS: Parenthood ended on a perfect note, Max’s story conclusion was particularly emotional, about that surprising cameo, the plan was to always end on a warm and fuzzy note, the finale tallied 9 tearjerker moments, and the cast apparently watched the finale at Katims’ house.
2. Season 4, Chelsea Wolfe, “Feral Love”
This could easily be Arya’s theme song. The insistent minor notes evoke the chilly danger of the north and inevitability of winter, and just read these lyrics and say they don’t describe the vengeful young Stark to a T.
3. Season 3, MS MR, “Bones”
This was the most brutal of all Thrones seasons thus far—talk about a high bar to clear—and so it’s appropriate that HBO heralded its arrival with a song about “forgotten savages” and “broken dreams and silent screams.”
4. Season 5, TV on the Radio, “Heroes”
A cover of one of David Bowie’s most iconic songs is certainly an interesting choice, particularly since, in George R.R. Martin’s world, there are no true heroes. It’s a nice juxtaposition in theory, and it doesn’t not work, but it’s just not as genius as the previous three.