R.I.P., a Chicago Fire Favorite
DuShon Monique Brown, who played Connie on the NBC drama, has died at 49
Should The X-Files Boss Step Down?
Kim Roots argues that series creator Chris Carter might not be the best person to lead the show into a potential Season 12 — do you agree?
We've Got Lotsa Burning Questions!
We’re wondering about Riverdale‘s episode count, Katy Perry’s Idol birthday surprise, 9-1-1‘s catfishing scheme and more of this week’s TV
Scoop on Supe', Timeless and More!
Get the INSIDE LINE on Sam’s terrifying future, a Timeless mystery, The 100‘s “Ballarke,” Criminal Minds’ season (?) finale, Five-0‘s Catherine and other hot topics
Chicago Fire's DuShon Monique Brown Dead at the Age of 49
Supernatural Stars, EP Ponder the Show's Future Beyond Next Season
The X-Files Truth Bomb: It's Time for Chris Carter to Take a Step Back
TVLine Items: Colter 'Returns' to Good Fight, Fahrenheit 451 Premiere and More
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Is Riverdale Better Shorter? Did Rise Teach Get Worse? Was Legends' Canary Off? Is Xtina Drag Queen? And More Qs!
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Legends of Tomorrow, Rise, 9-1-1 and Riverdale! READ MORE
Street Fighter TV Series in the Works
More than two decades after Street Fighter‘s failed leap to the big screen — the 1994 picture boasts a whopping 18 percent on Rotten Tomatoes — the video game franchise is being developed into a live-action television series READ MORE
Matt's Inside Line: Supernatural Scoop, Plus Timeless, The 100, Criminal Minds, Lucifer, Counterpart, Five-0 and More
What terror awaits Supernatural‘s Sam? What Timeless mystery did you not even know existed? Did The 100‘s Death Wave rattle relationships? Is Criminal Minds steering toward a cliffhanger? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows. GET THE INSIDE LINE!
Ratings: Chicago Fire Bests Station 19 in Thursday Firehouse Showdown
NBC’s two-hour blast of Chicago Fire on Thursday night averaged 6.8 million total viewers and a 1.20 demo rating leading out of sitcoms, edging out ABC’s two-hour Station 19 launch READ MORE