First Impression: Do No Harm Presents a Doctor Who Can't Hyde from a Dark Secret
There are more than a dozen scripted programs debuting in early 2013, including a quirk-free (!?) David E. Kelley drama, Felicity as a 1980s KGB spy and what The CW hopes will become a Cult hit. To help you re-prioritize your DVR, TVLine is offering First Impressions of several of the new shows. Next up on our list… READ MORE
Matt Damon Hijacks Jimmy Kimmel: Hit or Miss?
Matt Damon‘s “abduction” of Jimmy Kimmel and subsequent takeover of his archenemy’s late-night ABC talker reeked of being gimmicky — the latest noisy ploy to draw attention to Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s new, earlier timeslot. And yet in its execution … READ MORE & WATCH CLIPS
First Impression: The Following Takes 'Killer Drama' to a (Too?) Dark New Extreme
There are more than a dozen scripted programs debuting in early 2013, including a new riff on Jekyll and Hyde, Felicity as a 1980s KGB spy and a quirk-free (!?) David E. Kelley drama. To help you re-prioritize your DVR, TVLine is offering First Impressions of several of the new shows. Next up on our list… READ MORE
Performer of the Week: John Noble
A new feature in which we spotlight the past week’s shining star
THE PERFORMER | John Noble
THE SHOW | Fringe (Fox)
THE EPISODE | “Liberty”/”An Enemy of Fate” READ MORE
Winter TV First Impression: NBC's Deception Delivers a Cop With a Revengenda
There are more than a dozen scripted programs debuting in early 2013, including Kevin Bacon’s series television debut, a new riff on Jekyll and Hyde and a look at Carrie Bradshaw’s fabulous high school years. To help you plan your viewing/re-prioritize your DVR, TVLine is offering First Impressions of several of the new shows. First up on our list… READ OUR FIRST IMPRESSION
TVLine's 2012 in Review, Part 2: Best Cliffhanger, Worst New Character and 38 More Categories
Auld acquaintance may be forgot, but for us at TVLine, the year in TV certainly isn’t.
We reviewed the past 12 months of television fare and picked out what we loved, hated and couldn’t shut up about. We’re talking …READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
TVLine's 2012 in Review, Part 1: The Best & Worst Love Stories, Sex Scenes, 'Aww' Moments & More
Looking for something to keep you cozy as 2012 comes to a chilly close? TVLine hereby kicks off its two-part review of the year in TV with this heartwarming (and perhaps other body parts-warming) rundown of the year’s most notable sex- and love-related moments on TV. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
'American Idol Live!' 2012 Concert Review: The Importance of Being Earnest
‘American Idol Live!’ 2012 touched down in Newark, N.J. on Tuesday night, and while the pacing of the show suffered more stops and starts than an octogenarian trying out a stick-shift for the first time, the Season 11 Top 10 nevertheless proved they have plenty of gas in their tanks as the tour enters its final two weeks.
Paired with the right material, a number of the finalists confirmed they can indeed command a stadium-sized crowd: READ MORE
Review: Who Doesn't Like a Juicy Scandal?
Spring has sprung, and with it comes more than a dozen TV series premieres. Perhaps the buzziest of the bunch arrives this week, from the pen of Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice creator Shonda Rhimes and revolving around a doctor — of spin. READ REVIEW
Jonah Hill Hosts SNL: Best and Worst Skits
The most memorable moments of this week’s Saturday Night Live didn’t feature Jonah Hill. The second-time host was upstaged from the get-go (when Tom Hanks popped up during the opening monologue), and this trend lasted up until he ‘rapped’ up the show with Kristen Wiig. READ MORE