‘The Walking Dead’’s Season 6 Premiere Down from Last Year’s Record-Breaker
About 14.6 million watched the Season 6 premiere, down from the 17.29 million that tuned in for the Season 5 premiere, watch was the AMC series’ most-watched episode.
Bergeron skipped last week’s episode to be with his ailing dad, who died this week. “I want to take a moment to say that my dad loved this show,” Bergeron said. “Never missed an episode. And I’d like to think somewhere that he didn’t miss this one.”
Watch a new stylist promo featuring The Smoking Man and the Flukeman.
The DVDs were aboard an unmanned SpaceX rocket that blew up in June.
The canceled HBO series begins filming its finale movie later this month.
Corden, whose Late Late Show tapes in the same building as the CBS talk show, gave male The Price is Right model James O’Halloran a break. PLUS: West Wing fan Corden geeks out over guests Aaron Sorkin and Bradley Whitford.
The Game of Thrones star posed nearly nude for her Esquire cover spread.
Ellen DeGeneres, trying to imagine Minaj’s upcoming ABC Family series, instead reduced her to a big butt.
Transporter: The Series star Chris Vance will play a character described as “a brutal Kryptonian military officer who is sinister, powerful and angry.”
Nickelodeon announced that it has ordered a special based on the children’s show, titled H.R. Pufnstuf Comes to Mutt & Stuff!
What’s up with the different aspect ratios? “It started for us with a lens choice,” says Noah Hawley. “We shot this year on these lenses from the ’60s, and just the old glass makes all the difference in what it looks like. Then the split screens were something — we had shot the first hour and I was cutting it together, and we had started to cut together the second hour as well.” PLUS: Kirsten Dunst tells Jimmy Kimmel how she gained weight for her role with pizza.
Check out Ichabod and Brennan collaborating in the two-hour crossover event.
The Harold & Kumar alum will be a regular on Season 3 of the Tyler Labine Hulu comedy.
The dramedy starring YouTube’s Rachel Bloom debuted to about half of the audience that Jane the Virgin premiered with last year.
The Nathan For You star insists to Jimmy Kimmel that his billboard looking exactly like The Blacklist’s billboard is purely coincidence.
She’ll become a “fractional series regular” this season.
The Game of Thrones finally makes her Who debut on Saturday’s episode.
The upcoming MTV series is like a PG-13 Game of Thrones.