ABC Family's Young & Hungry: Will You Come Back for Seconds?
In the real world, sleeping with your prospective boss on the same night he plans to propose to his girlfriend would be a terrible idea. But in TV world, that kind of drunken misstep might just secure the job of your dreams. READ MORE
We've Met Girl Meets World! Two Takes on the Disney Channel Series' Premiere
More than a month ahead of its official broadcast premiere, the first episode of Disney Channel’s Boy Meets World follow-up, Girl Meets World, is currently available to verified Watch Disney users. Here, TVLine Editor at Large Matt Mitovich and Staff Editor Andy Swift — coming from distinct points of view — share their first impressions …READ MORE
Surviving Jack: Did You Feel the Love?
Nudie magazines, cassette tapes, sweatpants… everything about the series premiere of Fox’s Surviving Jack (Thursday, 9:30/8:30c) reeked of ’90s nostalgia — and that’s not a bad thing. READ MORE & VOTE
Does The 100 Have What It Takes to Survive?
Ninety-seven years after a nuclear armageddon left Earth uninhabitable, 100 juvenile delinquents are sent back down to search for resources and secure the future existence of the entire human race. What could possibly go wrong? READ MORE
OWN's Lindsay Offers Sad, Boring Look at the Life of Lindsay Lohan -- Rate the Premiere
Sunday’s first installment of Oprah Winfrey‘s Lindsay docu-series (10/9c, OWN) was not unlike Lindsay Lohan, herself: tragic and confusing, yet strangely compelling. READ MORE & VOTE
Late Night With Seth Meyers: 'Costas-Vision' and More Favorite Moments from the Premiere
In a lot of ways, Monday’s premiere of NBC’s Late Night With Seth Meyers felt like a walk down Saturday Night Live Memory Lane. After going into full-on “Weekend Update” mode with his opening monologue, Meyers palled around with Amy Poehler, all the while letting band leader Fred Armisen be as weird/talented as he pleased. READ MORE & VIEW GALLERY
Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show Launches With a Parade of Cameos, Rooftop Concert -- Grade It!
More than 10 months after NBC named Jay Leno’s successor, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon premiered on Monday night with a fresh look, safe guests and a sprinkling of “surprises” to keep things interesting. Will the change in the guard guarantee your viewing? READ MORE & VOTE
Super Bowl 2014: Reviewing the Commercials (From the 2nd Half) — Plus: Rewatch Them Here!
This year, dozens of advertisers ponied up some $4 million for a 30-second Super Bowl commercial — but if you’re going to drop such coin, try not to fumble the opportunity.
As this year’s big game enters the second half, TVLine is taking stock of the funny, frantic and warm-and-fuzzy spots …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS
Super Bowl 2014: Reviewing the Commercials (From the 1st Half) — Plus: Rewatch Them Here!
If you’re going to lay down $4 million for a 30-second Super Bowl commercial, for the love of GoDaddy, make sure it pops.
With this year’s big game underway, TVLine is taking stock of the funny, frantic and warm-and-fuzzy spots that are waving assorted advertisers’ wares in front of a good 100 million people. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS
Fall TV Report Card: Did Your Freshman Faves Make the Grade? Did 'Doomed' Noobs Get Axed?
Beginning with Premiere Week back in September and throughout the fall TV season, TVLine asked you to weigh in and assign a grade to each of the new pilots — from Sleepy Hollow, which was first out of the gate, to Almost Human. When all was said and done and the numbers came in, did you prove to be prescient with your predictions, or wildly off the mark? READ MORE & VIEW RESULTS