We've Got Some Fall TV Predictions!
A stepson for This Is Us‘ Kevin? A Charmed Kiss? A NCIS reunion? TVLine takes a good look at what might happen in your returning favorites and new fall fare
Welling's Super Smallville Comeback
SCOOP: The erstwhile Clark Kent is reprising his signature role for Arrowverse’s forthcoming ‘Crisis on Infinity Earths’ crossover
ER Turns 25: Cast Your Dream Revival!
In honor of the medical drama’s anniversary, TVLine is asking you to assemble an all-star cast of 10 doctors to scrub back in for a hypothetical Season 16
Emmys' Most Memorable Moments
Aheads of Sunday’s 71st annual ceremony, we’re strolling down memory lane and revisiting some noteworthy Emmy moments of yore
Downton Abbey Catch-Up: Everything (and Everyone) to Know for the Movie
Big Bang Theory Vets Mayim Bialik and Jim Parsons Team for Miranda Remake
This Is Us Season 4 Premiere Sneak Peek: A Smitten Rebecca Asks Jack to Meet Her Folks (But There's a Problem)
We’ll leave it to you to decide who — This Is Us‘ Jack or Rebecca — is deeper in the throes of first love in this exclusive sneak peek at the show’s Season 4 premiere. But we’ll warn you: It’s a very close call. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: The 100 Adds Smallville Vet, Mitch Pileggi to Supergirl and More
Fall TV Predictions: NCIS 'Reunion,' This Is Us Tyke Twist, HTGAWM Deaths, Three Freshman Fates and More
Here at TVLine, we’ve spent the summer offering up intel on what will happen when your favorite series return for the 2019-20 TV season.
But what about what might happen? READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Smallville's Tom Welling to Reprise Superman Role for Arrowverse 'Crisis on Infinite Earths' Crossover
It’ll be raining (super) men this fall on The CW. READ MORE
The Affair: [Spoiler] Is Back at The Lobster Roll in New Photos
Ratings: America's Got Talent Finale Down Sharply From Last Summer
Evil Review: Don't Watch CBS' Creepy New Drama Alone With the Lights Off
Horror has never been network TV’s strong suit. Outside of a few notable exceptions (Hannibal, The Exorcist), the big networks have been content to let cable and streaming TV dominate the darker side of horror ever since Mulder and Scully first fired up their flashlights on The X-Files. READ MORE