Arrow's 'Meaningful' Family Reunion
EP Beth Schwartz previews Felicity and Mia’s first meeting in the series finale
Saved by the Bell: Meet Zack's Son!
Peacock’s revival just added a mini Zack Morris… but does he look like his dad?
First Super Bowl Commercial Scores
Chris Evans, John Krasinski and Rachel Dratch revel in their Boston roots in the big game’s first big commercial — watch and see what you think!
Grey's Rumor Patrol: Jackson Out?
Jesse Williams is headed to Broadway — find out what that means for Dr. Avery
Equalizer Reboot With Queen Latifah in Title Role Gets CBS Pilot Order
After hitting the big screen, The Equalizer is headed back to TV: CBS has officially handed a pilot order to a reboot of the late-’80s crime drama, now starring Queen Latifah in the title role, TVLine has learned. READ MORE
Arrow Boss Previews Felicity and Mia's 'Meaningful' Reunion in Series Finale
Arrow‘s Felicity and Mia are certainly well acquainted with each other in the future, but present day Mom will meet her grown-up offspring for the first time in this Tuesday’s series finale (The CW, 9/8c). READ MORE
Saved by the Bell Revival: Meet Zack and Jessie's Sons
Zack Morris and Jessie Spano’s progeny will be among the student body at Bayside High. READ MORE
Ratings: Grammys Nearly Steady vs. 2019, Draws 18.7 Million Total Viewers
CBS’ broadcast of the 62nd Grammy Awards on Sunday night delivered 18.7 million total viewers and a 5.4 rating (per fast finals), down just 6 and 4 percent from last year READ MORE
One Day at a Time: Ray Romano to Appear in Season 4, Reuniting With Everybody Loves Raymond EP
Ray Romano is returning to his sitcom roots: The actor will guest-star on the Season 4 premiere of One Day at a Time, reuniting him with Everybody Loves Raymond executive producer (and Men of a Certain Age co-creator) Mike Royce. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
NCIS Vet Scottie Thompson Heads to NCIS: LA, But in a Very Different Role
Chris Evans, John Krasinski and Rachel Dratch 'Pahk the Cah' in Boston-Tastic Super Bowl Commercial — Watch
File this under: Wicked pissah.
Boston-area natives John Krasinski (The Office), Chris Evans (Marvel’s Avengers films) and Rachel Dratch (Saturday Night Live) give their Beantown accents free reign in a new Hyundai commercial that will air during Sunday’s Super Bowl LIV. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Grey's Anatomy: Jesse Williams Is Broadway-Bound — What Exactly Does This Mean for Jackson?
Is another Grey’s Anatomy doc about to go AWOL?
A Million Little Things Taps Marcia Gay Harden to Play Gary's Estranged Mom
Someone get A Million Little Things‘ Gary a rack, because he’s about to have a slew more mommy issues.