TVLine Items: First Fargo Teaser, Playing House Makeover and More
Only in Fargo can a woodpecker appear so ominous.
The FX miniseries has released a teaser for its upcoming second season, and although the short video only features READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Secrets and Lies Casts Michael Ealy as Season 2 Lead, Plus: New Case Details
The actor, who just wrapped a run as serial killer Theo on The Following, has been cast as the male lead on Season 2 of ABC’s crime drama. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Coach's 'Dauber' Is Back, Trans Teen on Royal Pains and More
How can Hayden Fox possibly Coach football without his assistants? Fortunately, we won’t have to find out.
Big Brother Announces 'Takeover' Twist, Special Guests for Season 17
TNT's Proof: Is There Life After... the Premiere?
Although she has experienced great tragedy in her life, Proof‘s Dr. Carolyn Tyler has also witnessed miracles. Not only did she survive a near-drowning experience herself, but five minutes into Tuesday’s premiere, she watches READ MORE & GRADE THE PREMIERE
TVLine Items: Lewis Black in Madoff, Another Bachelor in Paradise and More
Lewis Black‘s latest TV role is no laughing matter.
American Crime: Regina King Returning for Season 2 as Series Regular
The actress is set to return for the ABC anthology drama’s sophomore season in a series-regular role, READ MORE
The Whispers Recap: Going Nuclear
I can only assume that The Whispers‘ Sean Bennigan has never seen The Shining.
If he had, he would know that all work and no play only makes him a dull boy — or, in the case of Monday’s episode, a boy who is READ MORE
The Bachelorette Recap: Where Have All the Nice Guys Gone?
Do you suddenly find yourself yawning while watching The Bachelorette? Are you sitting down on the couch with a lingering sense of dread? Are you tempted to let the DVR pick up your weekly viewing slack, leaving the fast-forward button to do the heavy lifting on Tuesday morning? READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
TVLine Items: John Ridley's P.I. Drama for ABC, Returned Cancelled and More
Watch out, Shonda Rhimes: ABC is quickly turning into Ridleyland.