Emmys 2012: What Should Win Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
Next up on the episode-specific portion of our “Who Should Win” Emmy poll series: the contest for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series. READ MORE
Emmys 2012: Who Should Win Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
This year’s Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Emmy race is full of men of many talents: Three of the six contenders could take home multiple accolades at this year’s ceremony, and the other half of the field is composed of repeat nominees. READ MORE
Emmys 2012: Who Should Win Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
It’s an even mix of network and cable entries in the 2012 Emmy race for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series.
The 2011 nominees who are competing again this year include …READ MORE
Emmys 2012: What Should Win Outstanding Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
Half of the 2011 Emmy nominees for Outstanding Comedy Series were unceremoniousy snubbed from this year’s race. And yet while there’s reason to kvetch for fans of …READ MORE & VOTE
TVLine Items: Elton John Not One of Glee's Gay Dads, Grey's Plots Another Crossover and More
Glee fans vying for Elton John to play one of Rachel Berry’s theatrically-inclined pops, avert your eyes now: It’s not gonna happen. READ MORE
AFI's Top 10 of '11: Homeland, Game of Thrones, Justified and Louie Among First-Time Honorees
Freshman dramas Homeland and Game of Thrones have been named among the top 10 TV programs of 2011 by the American Film Institute. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Leverage Renewed, Benjamin Bratt Revisits Modern Family and More!
The thieves of Leverage have successfully made off with another season. READ MORE
Ratings: Curb Your Enthusiasm Premiere Draws Biggest Audience in Seven Years
I dare say this might even put a smile on Larry’s face: Curb Your Enthusiasm‘s eighth season premiere on Sunday marked the show’s most-watched episode in seven years. READ MORE
Don't Curb Your Enthusiasm for Our Round-Up of TV's Lovably Despicable Characters
After a year-and-a-half hiatus, HBO’s minutiae-examining Curb Your Enthusiasm returns this Sunday at 10/9c with its eighth season. Now, as much as we love both the real and heightened versions of Larry David — and even his onscreen cohort, played by Jeff Garlin — fact is, these two partake in some pretty despicable behavior. Case in point: In the season’s second episode, the guys deny a dying dog its last supper in order to tame their own hunger. (Seriously!) And yet we watch, we laugh, and we love these men. This led us to ponder …READ MORE & REVIEW PHOTO GALLERY