NRA Shuts Down Production at NRATV, Says Messaging 'Too Far Removed' From Second Amendment Defense
The National Rifle Association has shut down production at NRATV, amid concerns that the online news channel’s messaging had strayed from the organization’s core mission. READ MORE
Animal Kingdom Recap: Laid, Played and Betrayed — Plus, [Spoiler]'s Back!
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Tuesday’s Animal Kingdom. If the episode had a favorite song, it would be “The Twist.” READ MORE
Robert Mueller to Testify Before U.S. House in Open Session in July
Political junkies, mark your calendars: Special Counsel Robert Mueller will testify before a pair of U.S. House committees in open session on READ MORE
Big Brother Recap: Which Houseguest Came Into Power During the Premiere?
If the warm weather and mosquitoes aren’t enough to signal summer’s arrival, a new season of Big Brother certainly does the trick. READ MORE
Pearson: Which Suits Stars Will Follow Jessica to the Spinoff?
Jessica Pearson is striking out on her own with her eponymous Suits spinoff this July, and she’ll be doing so with an ensemble of new coworkers at the Chicago mayor’s office. But what about her friends back in New York City? READ MORE
Big Little Lies: Celeste's Therapist Has Turned Into a Monster in Season 2 and Should Really Lose Her License
Some of the most compelling (and grueling) scenes in Season 1 of HBO’s Big Little Lies centered on Celeste’s revealing sessions with her therapist, Dr. Reisman READ MORE
The Office Leaving Netflix for NBC's Streaming Service in 2021
Begun, the streaming wars have.
NBC Universal will pull all nine seasons of The Office from Netflix in 2021 as the sitcom behemoth heads to NBCU’s own, soon-to-be-launched streaming service. READ MORE
TV's Hottest Triangles: Smallville — Were You Team Lana or Lois (or Chloe)?
As if Smallville‘s Clark Kent didn’t have enough to contend with — as a super-powered alien living in secret among the mild-mannered people of Kansas — his love life would take turns faster than a speeding bullet. READ MORE & VOTE
David E. Kelley's The Lincoln Lawyer Series Adaptation Eyed by CBS
CBS has retained The Lincoln Lawyer, by making a series production commitment to David E. Kelley‘s adaptation of the 2005 Michael Connelly novel. READ MORE
ABC Eyeing Weekly Grey's/Station 19 Crossovers — Here's Why That's a Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Idea
Ever since the news broke in May that not only was Grey’s Anatomy showrunner Krista Vernoff taking over Station 19 but every episode of both series was going to be a “crossover event,” I’ve been troubled. Like READ MORE