Looking Wrap-Up Movie Gets a Premiere Date at HBO
Tony Awards 2016: Hamilton Snags Record-Breaking 16 Nominations
Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr are set for another epic duel. READ MORE
Jonathan Groff Joins David Fincher's New Netflix Series Mindhunter
Jonathan Groff has secured a killer new TV gig.
Looking Season 2 Episode Count Revealed (and It’s More Than Eight!)
Things are Looking up for fans of HBO’s little-gay-dramedy-that-could.
TVLine has learned exclusively that the show’s second season will consist of …READ MORE
Looking Finale Post Mortem: Jonathan Groff on the Big Kevin-Richie Cliffhanger
“WTF?” has rarely been more valid a question than it is in the wake of the freshman season finale of HBO’s Looking. Off his impromptu tryst with his boss, will Patrick attempt to pursue a relationship with Kevin in Season 2? Or will he recommit – and profusely apologize to – his sorta-boyfriend, Richie? READ MORE
Looking Renewed for Season 2 at HBO -- Plus: 3 Actors Promoted to Series Regular
Here’s Looking at Season 2, kid!
Additionally …READ MORE
HBO's Looking: Did It Catch Your Eye?
Even before it had aired, HBO’s Looking was being likened to a gay male Girls (which, not coincidentally, it follows). And the comparison makes sense, given that the San Francisco-set dramedy also follows a group of friends (played by Glee grad Jonathan Groff, Smash alum Frankie J. Alvarez and former Guiding Light hunk Murray Bartlett) coming of age – albeit a somewhat older age – in a big city. But READ MORE & GRADE THE PREMIERE
HBO's Jonathan Groff Gay Dramedy Looking: Watch the First Full Trailer!
“It’s San Francisco. It shouldn’t be so hard to meet cool people in this town.”
So says Patrick (Jonathan Groff of Boss and Glee fame) at the start of the new trailer for HBO’s upcoming gay romantic comedy Looking. And from the scenes that follow, it appears as though …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: The Simpsons Invade FXX, First Look at Glee Vet's HBO Series Looking and More
Homer, Bart and the rest of the Simpsons gang will soon call FXX home.
Beginning in August 2014, the newly-launched network will acquire all 24 seasons of the iconic Fox staple …READ MORE