American Idol Winner Trent Harmon on Surviving Mono, Pulling Faces, Going Country and Scaling 'Chandelier'
Trent Harmon has one regret about being the final winner of American Idol: He won’t get the opportunity to return to the show next season as a cool, conquering hero looked up to by a new crop of contestants. READ MORE
How Could Idol Forget the Fallen? Did DC's Legends Intro Arrow Newbie? Is Late-Night Too Goofy? And More Qs
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Once Upon a Time, The Walking Dead, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and American Idol! READ MORE
Ratings: American Idol Ends Its Run With 3-Year Highs, 13 Million Viewers
American Idol Series Finale Recap: Did the Right Contestant Win? Plus: TVLine's Series Finale Awards!
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American Idol Finale: Brian Dunkleman and Ryan Seacrest Reunite, Hug It Out
Like a horror-movie villain taking one last lunge at the hero before finally accepting his defeat, former American Idol co-host Brian Dunkleman returned for Thursday’s series finale with a surprising message for Ryan Seacrest. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Farewell for Now, American Idol, and Thanks for All the Memories
Season 10 of American Idol. Top 4 results night. May 12, 2011.
I remember it vividly, joyfully — but not just because the exceptional Haley Reinhart READ MORE
Ratings: American Idol's Final Performance Finale Hits 3-Year Highs
American Idol’s series finale (Part 1) drew 9.6 million total viewers and a 2.2 demo rating on Wednesday night — up 75 and 70 percent versus last year to deliver its best performance finale since Season 12. READ MORE
What to Watch: American Idol Ends, Blacklist Goes Nuclear and More
On TV this Thursday: American Idol reaches the very end of the final road, Grey’s makes friends with Fez and The Odd Couple returns in an Empire State of mind. READ MORE
American Idol Performance Finale Recap: It's All Over But the Crying (Oh, Yeah, and Also the Voting)
Can someone go to Web MD and look up whether or not it’s possible to experience the five stages of grief simultaneously? READ MORE