Michael Slezak has exhaustively covered the past seven seasons of American Idol, recapping hundreds of episodes, conducting in-depthinterviews with the show’s finalists, and hosting the popular Web series Idoloonies, Idolatry, and Realité. In the process, he has become one of the nation’s leading Idol experts, appearing on Good Morning America, Today, CBS’ Early Show, NPR and Fox News, and even writing an essay for the New York Times (titled “Worshipping at the ‘Idol’ Church”). Since joiningTVLine in January 2011, Slezak has dug deeper into the reality genre, also providing morning-after commentary on The X Factor, The Voice, Dancing With the Stars, Project Runway, Survivor, The Next Food Network Star, So You Think You Can Dance, The Glee Project, and Glee, to name a few. He has also helped launch a series of popular bracket tournaments at TVLine, including the Ultimate Law-Enforcement Crush, ‘Glee’ All-Time Best Musical Number, and ‘Renew Our Show’ 2011.
Hotel Hell Sneak Peek: 'Everybody Thinks You're a Horrible [Bleep]'
Grab the person who’s closest to you (emotionally, physically, spiritually — it doesn’t matter) and give him or her a giant hug.
SYTYCD Video: Top 4 Unveil How They'll Celebrate — If They Win
The So You Think You Can Dance Season 11 crown will wind up on one of four heads come Wednesday night (8/7c on Fox). But how exactly would Jessica, Valerie, Ricky and Zack celebrate a potential coronation? READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
It's Official: Bill Gedde Exits The View Ahead of Rosie O'Donnell’s Return; Rachel Maddow EP Taking Over
The View‘s current remodeling job is going all the way to the foundation.
ABC confirmed today that executive producer Bill Gedde, who launched the daytime talker alongside Barbara Walters in 1997, is being replaced by READ MORE
So You Think You Can Dance Recap: Who Should Win the Season 11 Title?
You don’t have to go to The Louvre or The Guggenheim to see incredible art — at least not from May to August. And at least not as long as Fox doesn’t enter the 2015 Emmy race for Outstanding Boneheadedness in Scheduling by pulling the plug on the life-affirming, visually thrilling and utterly sublime READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLLS
FX Orders Zach Galifianakis Clown Comedy Baskets to Series
But will the entire cast be able to fit in one tiny car?
2 Broke Girls Casts Kim Kardashian as Max and Caroline's Cupcake Savior
How Broke can you be with a social-media titan in your corner?
Emmys 2014: The 20 Best, Worst and Most Inappropriate Moments
Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Bryan Cranston made out in front of their spouses (and all of America). Sofia Vergara was placed on a rotating platform like a piece of Price Is Right merchandise. And CSI: Miami‘s Horatio Caine put on his sunglasses to READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Seth Meyers' Emmys 2014 Opening Monologue: Just the Jokes, Ma'am — Plus: Grade It in Our Poll!
Seth Meyers set the bar lower than a Kardashian Q-rating for his debut gig as host of the 2014 Emmy Awards.
“If you can avoid a train wreck, everyone will be happy,” Meyers told Today host Al Roker some 12 hours before he took the stage for a much-scrutinized opening monologue. READ MORE & GRADE THE INTRO IN OUR POLL
Mistresses EPs Tease 'Consequences' for Karen, a 'Cliffhanger' for April and Joss's 'Harry or Scott' Choice
The proverbial (emotional) rollercoaster is careening off its rails and heading over a cliff as Season 2 of Mistresses heads into tonight’s penultimate installment and next Monday’s finale (10/9c, ABC). READ MORE
Rising Star Season 1 Finale Recap: And the 'Winner' Is…
“Mr. Groban, tear down this wall!” READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL