2017 in Review: 'Spicey' SNL, Kimmel's Crusade, Seth vs. Kellyanne, Motown Things and More Late-Night Highlights
A Stranger Things Motown medley, a Riverdale parody and a Daily Show reunion represented just a few of our favorite moments from the year in late-night TV. READ MORE
2017 in Review: Best Couples, Worst Sex, Stellar Weddings, Senseless Deaths, Best Binges and More
Auld acquaintances may be forgot, but TVLine’s memory for the best and worst in 2017 TV is really, really long. READ MORE
2017 in Review: Saddest Cancellation, Guiltiest Pleasures, Underrated Actors, Biggest Disappointments and More
As 2017 nears its merciful conclusion, so too does TVLine’s list of year-end retrospectives — which means it’s time to get down to the nitty gritty. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
2017 in Review: OMG-est Plot Twists!
Life comes at you fast. Plot twists on your favorite TV shows come at you even faster. READ MORE
Performer of the Year: The 20 Finalists
Move over Emmy. Step aside Golden Globes. Look out SAG Awards. TVLine is breaking into the kudos biz. READ MORE
2017 in Review: The 20 Funniest TV Moments of the Year
As we approach the end of the living nightmare known as “2017,” let’s take a moment to remember the good times, shall we? READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
2017 in Review: The Scenes We Desperately Wish We Could Unsee
Oof. Ugh. Eww. Gag.
Those are just a few of the sounds the TVLine staff made while narrowing down the choices for the year’s grossest, most unsettling, forever disturbing moments from TV shows READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
2017 in Review: Which TV Character Had the Most Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Year? Cast Your Vote!
Oh, you think you had a rough 2017? Allow us to introduce you to 15 people who would gladly invite you hold their beer. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
2017 in Review: TV's 19 Sexiest Scenes
The year will change, the holidays will come and go, but you can take comfort in one constant: On TV, skin is always in. READ MORE
2017 in Review: The 30 Character Deaths That Just About Killed Us
While we fully understand that TV characters aren’t real people, that doesn’t mean it isn’t painful to see your favorites head off to that big DVR in the sky. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS