Born This Way Renewed for Season 4
Is The Opposition With Jordan Klepper Lampooning Alex Jones? Watch Teaser
ESPN Pulls Robert Lee From Virginia Game, Due to Asian Announcer's Name
Asian sports announcer Robert Lee — not to be confused with Confederate General Robert E. Lee, who died in 1870 — will no longer call the University of Virginia’s first college football game of the season, ESPN has announced. READ MORE
Kevin Can Wait EP: We Killed Off Donna Out of 'Respect' for Erinn Hayes
Kevin Can Wait‘s controversial decision to kill off its leading lady was more than just creatively driven. It was also made out of respect for Donna’s portrayer Erinn Hayes, according to exec producer Rob Long. READ MORE
Episodes Final Season Premiere Recap: Can 'Matt LeBlanc' Escape The Box?
Forget just about everything that happened on Showtime’s Episodes since it last aired in 2015? Read our Season 4 finale recap.
Matt LeBlanc is a man without a plan — or much hope of salvaging his post-Pucks! acting career — in the fifth and final season READ MORE & GRADE IT
President Trump to Give Military-Focused Primetime Address on Monday
Jerry Lewis, Legendary Entertainer and Host of MDA Telethon, Dead at 91
Jerry Lewis, who became a household name as one-half of legendary duo Martin & Lewis, has died at the age of 91. READ MORE
Halt and Catch Fire EPs Talk '90s Pop Culture, Lee Pace's 'Stupid' Haircut
In the second episode of Halt and Catch Fire‘s final season, “Signal to Noise,” Joe attempts to catch Cameron up on everything she missed while in Tokyo — and everything the show missed when it quickly made the leap to 1994. READ MORE & GRADE THE PREMIERE
Halt and Catch Fire Premiere: EPs Talk Final Season Time Jump, Joe/Cameron Endgame, Surprise GLOW Cameo
Halt and Catch Fire reboots again in its fourth and final season, which is now 10 years removed from when we first met tech visionaries Joe MacMillan, Cameron Howe, Gordon Clark and Donna
Clark Emerson. READ MORE & GRADE IT
Great News: Veep's Reid Scott Set to Recur During Season 2 of NBC Sitcom
This just in: Veep‘s sometime newsman has snagged a date with NBC’s Great News.