TVLine's 10 Worst Shows of 2015
You’re the worst.
Oh, no, we’re not talking about FX’s delightfully brash Chris Geere-Aya Cash comedy — we’re hurling an insult at the 10 series that have the dubious distinction of making TVLine’s countdown of the 10 Worst Shows of 2015. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Ratings: S.H.I.E.L.D. Ticks Up, The Flash Returns Low, iZombie Has Some Bite, The Voice Gives Undateable a Boost
The CW’s iZombie premiered on Tuesday to 2.3 million total viewers and a 0.9 demo rating, improving slightly on Supernatural‘s most recent performance in the time slot. READ MORE
One Big Happy: Does NBC's New Modern Family Pop?
One Big Happy features Elisha Cuthbert’s (Happy Endings) welcome return to the small screen alongside the always-charming Nick Zano in his first series regular role since The WB’s What I Like About You. But is the show itself the right fit for this frustratingly good-looking, rib-tickling duo? READ MORE & GRADE IT
Ellen DeGeneres: NBC's One Big Happy 'Just Happens to Have a Lesbian'
As the news broke that the Supreme Court would decide whether all 50 states must allow gay marriage, Ellen DeGeneres and Liz Feldman were setting the record straight READ MORE
Pilot News: Elisha Cuthbert Gets Happy in NBC's Ellen DeGeneres-Produced Gay/Straight Comedy
From Happy Endings to a Happy possible new beginning?
Elisha Cuthbert has landed the female lead in One Big Happy, NBC’s Ellen DeGeneres-produced sitcom pilot about a lesbian, her lifelong male BFF and their newly complicated plan to make a baby together. READ MORE
Pilot Scoop: Nick Zano to Star in NBC's Ellen DeGeneres-Produced Gay/Straight Comedy
Ellen DeGeneres has found the male lead for her reverse-Will & Grace comedy One Big Happy.
Ubiquitous sitcom guest star Nick Zano (Mom, 2 Broke Girls, Happy Endings) is set to star in DeGeneres-produced NBC pilot, which centers on …READ MORE
Pilot News: Ellen DeGeneres' One Big Happy Comedy Ordered at NBC
Ellen DeGeneres got one big, happy piece of news Tuesday: Her new sitcom pilot is in the running for a spot on NBC’s primetime schedule. READ MORE