TVLine Items: Days' Bo & Steve Return, Mistresses Adds Mystery Doc and More
Two Days of Our Lives favorites are booking return trips to Salem, just in time to celebrate the NBC soap’s 50th anniversary. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Arrow Casts Deathbolt, Columbus Short Returns to TV & More
Starling City is finally getting a villainous metahuman of its very own. READ MORE
Glee's Naya Rivera Joins Devious Maids
Naya Rivera will soon tackle a role even more Devious than Santana Lopez.
The Glee vet has joined Season 3 of Lifetime’s sudser Devious Maids in a recurring role READ MORE
TVLine Items: A Most Devious Return, J.K. Simmons' SNL Promos and More
A familiar face could create quite a mess for the Devious Maids in Season 3. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Will Arnett Lands Netflix Comedy, Revenge Gets Real and More
Will Arnett is already plotting his post-Millers TV comeback. READ MORE
Lifetime's Whitney Houston Biopic: Did Whitney Make You Feel 'So Emotional'?
Question for the group: Should Whitney — Lifetime’s Whitney Houston biopic, which premiered Saturday — have been titled Whitney… and Bobby, instead? READ MORE & GRADE IT
Lizzie Borden's Christina Ricci Talks 'Satisfying,' Expanded Round 2
Some things just go well together. Lifetime and famous murderers? That’s a winning combination.
Following the success of last year’s TV movie Lizzie Borden Took an Ax, the cable network will debut its limited series The Lizzie Borden Chronicles in April READ MORE
Lifetime's UnREAL to Play Up the Dark Side of Reality-Dating Shows
Just like every rose has its thorn, The Bachelor‘s ugly truths are about to be exposed.
Lifetime’s upcoming drama UnREAL will go behind the scenes of a fictional dating-competition series titled Everlasting, where READ MORE
TVLine Items: Clooney Visits Downton, Whitney Biopic Premiere Date and More
The world’s most no-longer-eligible bachelor is stopping by Downton Abbey. READ MORE
Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever: Was it Meme-orable or a Cat-astrophe?
Despite its suggestive title, Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever — which premiered Saturday on Lifetime — is not a film about the birth of Jesus as seen through the eyes of a grouchy feline. READ MORE