Heroes Vs. Smallville! Once Upon a Time Vs. BSG! Bad Boys Day 7 Goes Out of This World!
Fans of sci-fi and fantasy are going to be especially interested in Day 7 of our TV’s Ultimate Bad Boy Bracket Tournament. READ MORE & VOTE
Exclusive: Allison Mack on Her Post-Smallville Plan and How Wilfred Led Her Back to TV
The following contains mild spoilers from Thursday night’s “special preview” of Wilfred Season 2.
TVLine Items: Buffy Vet Eyes Lying Game Promotion, Beauty-ful Smallville Reunion & More!
Smallville Season 11 Exclusive First Look: Clark and Lois Discuss Their Super New Life
It’s not easy carrying on a romance when you’re the Man of Steel and your sweetheart is an ambitious news reporter. Yet Clark Kent and Lois Lane seem to be keeping the fire burning just fine based on this sneak peek at the second chapter of Smallville Season 11, DC Comics’ digital continuation of the CW series. READ MORE & VIEW PAGES
Allison Mack Lands First Post-Smallville TV Role
Smallville Season 11 to Premiere in April (Online, and in Comic Book Form)
Exclusive: The Vampire Diaries Casts Smallville Alum Cassidy Freeman In 'Devilish' Role
The Vampire Diaries has cast a face very familiar to The CW viewers — Cassidy Freeman (aka Smallville‘s Tess Mercer) — in a mysterious and delicious-sounding new role, TVLine has learned exclusively.
In the 16th episode of TVD‘s Season 3, Freeman will play … READ MORE
Exclusive: A+E Networks Developing Bonnie and Clyde Miniseries Reboot — Let's Cast the Leads!
A+E Networks is closing in on Bonnie and Clyde.
The cable giant is developing a miniseries based on the Depression Era outlaws that would air on either Lifetime or History, sources confirm to TVLine exclusively. READ MORE & VIEW CASTING SUGGESTIONS
TV's 20 Biggest Disappointments of 2011
Just as TV can exceed our expectations by, say, taking what felt like the umpteenth couples comedy and parlaying it into wonderful, weekly Happy Endings, gripping us tight with Homeland drama or reviving the primetime sudser with a delicious serving of Revenge, small screen fare can also let us down.
With 2011 drawing to a close, we reflected on 20 instances over the past year when, for one reason or another, the TV gods didn’t quite smile on us. VIEW SLIDESHOW