Toy Story That Time Forgot: Should the Holiday Special Go Down in History?
Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever: Was it Meme-orable or a Cat-astrophe?
Fall TV Report Card: Are Your Freshman Faves Making the Grade? Have Any 'Doomed' Noobs Dodged the Axe?
Beginning in September and throughout the fall, TVLine asked you to grade each of the new pilots — from Fox’s Utopia, which was first (and worst?) out of the gate, to NBC’s recently unveiled State of Affairs. As the numbers started coming in, did you prove to be prescient READ MORE
NBC's State of Affairs: Will You Return for Further Debriefing?
NBC’s State of Affairs, which premiered Monday, finds Katherine Heigl scrubbing back into television as Charleston Tucker — a no-nonsense CIA analyst by day and a no-pants party girl by night. READ MORE
The View's Major Ro-boot: Are You Back on Board for Season 18?
Monday marked Rosie O’Donnell‘s first day — well, first day back — as a co-host of ABC’s The View, along with returning moderator Whoopi Goldberg and new additions Rosie Perez and Nicolle Wallace. So, how’d the newly assembled team fare in its debut hour? READ MORE & GRADE THE PREMIERE
Time Out! Lifetime's Saved by the Bell Exposé Would Have Us Believe....
Lifetime on Monday night presented The Unauthorized Save by the Bell Story, a made-for-TV movie inspired by Dustin Diamond’s 2009 tell-all and in part produced by Diamond — as if the conspicuous focus on Screech’s portrayer and his assorted dramas/demons wasn’t your first clue. READ MORE
ABC Family's Mystery Girls: Will You Remain On the Case?
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