The Good Place: Is Kristen Bell's New NBC Comedy Giving You Afterlife?
Monday’s two-part series premiere of The Good Place found Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell) awakening in the afterlife, where she was welcomed by a calming message: “Everything is fine!” Unfortunately, that message also came with an expiration date. READ MORE & GRADE IT
The Voice Season 11 Premiere Recap: This Panel's on Fiyahhhhh
Breaking news: Miley Cyrus is not coming in like a wrecking ball to reduce The Voice to a pile of rubble. READ MORE
Lucifer Season 2 Premiere Recap: Reunited, and It Feels So... Blood
“Mum” was the word on everyone’s lips as Fox’s Lucifer launched its second season — and yet the helluva matriarch’s whereabouts spawned quite a guessing game for much of the hour. READ MORE & GRADE IT
Gotham Season 3 Premiere Recap: Monster Mash
Fox’s Gotham opened Season 3 with a bit of heartbreak, steering Jim Gordon into a new line of work. Meanwhile, Fish Mooney aimed to assemble an army, Barbara and Tabitha did some clubbing and Bruce Wayne threw stones at the wrong birds. READ MORE & GRADE IT!
Kevin Can Wait Premiere: Will You Cop to Liking Kevin James' New Sitcom?
Kevin Can Wait brings Kevin James back to TV in his first sitcom since The King of Queens. Does his second CBS comedy deliver laughs anywhere near as well as Doug Heffernan delivered packages? READ MORE & GRADE IT
Big Bang Theory Season 10 Premiere Recap: Family Matters — Grade It!
On the 10th season premiere of The Big Bang Theory, tension in Apartment 4A hit an all-time high in the lead-up to Leonard and Penny’s vow renewal ceremony as everyone assumed Alfred (Judd Hirsch) and Mary (Laurie Metcalf) went all the way during their post-rehearsal dinner rendezvous. READ MORE
Emmys 2016: Grade Jimmy Kimmel's Opening Monologue, Return as Host
It wasn’t high-fiving the President of the United States, but it certainly came close. READ MORE & GRADE IT
TVLine Readers' Emmy Picks: Which Races Were Landslides? Which Categories Are Way Too Close to Call?
Your ballots are in, and the results of this year’s TVLine reader poll for the Primetime Emmy Awards has two genre-TV stars (easily) grabbing gold Sunday night on ABC. Will this be the year that out-there fare actually gets its due? REVIEW THE RESULTS!
High Maintenance: HBO's Potent New Comedy Delivers More Than Laughs
With a runtime of 33 minutes, HBO’s High Maintenance premiere is roughly four times longer than any of the episodes in the web series from which it spawned — and we’re happy to report that it’s time well spent. READ MORE & GRADE IT
Trump Praises 'Fantastic' Matt Lauer, Lets Fallon Mangle His Mystery Mane
If Donald Trump sees an uptick in the polls on Friday, he’ll likely have Jimmy Fallon to thank.
The Tonight Show host was slammed on social media for his sit-down with the Republican candidate READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO