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Did Once Slip Us a Mickey? Is The Originals Due for a New Title? What Typo Trended? And More Qs

Farewell to Storyville

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 Looking, Once Upon a Time, The Originals and Community! 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!

HBO has renewed the Jonathan Groff-fronted gay dramedy for a second season, TVLine has learned. The pickup comes in the wake of Sunday’s series-high ratings for the freshman sleeper.

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Ratings: HBO's Looking Hits Series High — So Where's the Season 2 Renewal?

Looking Season 2 Renewal

Things are Looking up.

Sunday’s episode of HBO’s Jonathan Groff-fronted gay dramedy attracted a series-high …READ MORE

'Ship Shape: How Your Fave Pairs From Looking, Teen Wolf, Castle and Other Shows Are Faring

THE COUPLE | Teen Wolf's Scott and Allison THE LATEST | Though they're technically seeing other people at the moment, there's no denying these two still have feelings for one another.  Most recently, Scott stood by Allison's side as her (temporary) boyfriend Isaac remained in critical condition at the hospital.
AWW! | Scott held Allison's hand during said hospital visit, and even if it wasn't necessarily a romantic moment, it was nice to see he's still there for her.
THE FORECAST | Foggy. With so much happening in Scott's life (including his best friend being possessed by an evil Japanese spirit!), he won't have any free time to devote to rekindling that romance. Besides, Scott's convinced Kira is the girl for him -- for now, anyway.

Sometimes, relationships can be a real train wreck… just ask a certain someone from House of Cards.

Not picking up what we’re putting down? Step away from that platform and check out a new spoilery ‘Ship Shape READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS

'Ship Shape: How Your Fave Pairs From Nashville, Girls, SNL, Blacklist and Other Shows Are Faring

THE COUPLE | Nashville's Juliette and Avery
THE LATEST | Juliette tries to cook (bless her heart) and goes over to see Avery, macaroni in hand. There, she announces, "You really had me convinced I'd be OK if everything I had disappeared," she tells him. "But I realized there is one thing that I need… One thing I have to have… you."
AWW! | After she says this, Juliette and Avery kiss because that's obviously the cutest thing anyone never ever said to me!
THE FORECAST | Sunny! Make-outs! Sex! This attraction has been in the studio for a while now, so it's about time they did a proper "duet"!

If you think Peyton Manning is having a rough time of it these days, think about The Vampire Diaries‘ Damon, or The Blacklist‘s Tom.

Those sad sacks and others are on display in this week’s edition of ‘Ship Shape, a recurring feature in which TVLine provides you with the latest developments for TV’s hottest duos — and then offers our forecast for each pairing. READ MORE

Quotes of the Week: Best Zingers From Coven, Revolution, Community, Supernatural & More


Super Bowl Sunday is upon us — and you’re probably looking for an excuse to step away from that addictive bowl of chili dip.

Why not lose yourself in TVLine’s Quotes of the Week, a roundup of the small screen’s best zingers, one-liners and retorts from the last seven days? READ MORE

HBO's Looking: Did It Catch Your Eye?

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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 Looking Is 'Very Different' from Queer as Folk, Promises 'Contemporary' Eye on Gay Lives


HBO’s new comedy series Looking (premiering Jan. 19) may be about a trio of gay friends, but it’s no Queer as Folk, the producers maintained at the show’s Television Critics Association winter press tour session. READ MORE

New Looking Trailer: Jonathan Groff's Crush Gets 'Torpedoed,' Scott Bakula Makes His Move

HBO Looking Trailer

HBO has unveiled the second full trailer for its upcoming gay dramedy Looking, and in it, Jonathan Groff‘s on-screen love life endures some twists and turns. Also: Scott Bakula‘s character hopes a “friend” can be something more. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO