Bridgerton Season 2 Delayed?
Phoebe Dynevor has concerns about how COVID protocols could alter logistics
Shonda 'Not OK' With GLAAD Report
Rhimes says that more straight EPs need to carry the LGBTQ baton
We've Got Lotsa Burning TV Questions!
Weigh in on Teri Hatcher’s wild Wheel spin, WandaVision‘s inconsistent magic, NCIS: LA‘s wise-cracking Deeks and much more of this week’s TV
WandaVision: Grade the Premiere!
Marvel Studios has made its way to the small screen, and it’s brought to you in glorious WandaVision — read our recap and weigh in on first two episodes
Did MacGyver Just Kill Off [Spoiler]?
The following contains spoilers from the Jan. 15 episode of CBS‘ MacGyver.
Justin Hartley to Star in Crime Thriller The Never Game From This Is Us EP
Servant's Lauren Ambrose on 'What Lies Between Perception and Reality' and Why Dorothy Goes Full-On Denzel
We’ve got a lot of Servant questions. Like, was the Turners’ baby really Jericho? Why can’t Sean and Julian stop lying? And is the creepy doll actually a poltergeist from hell? Hey, on this show, anything’s possible. READ MORE
Mariska Hargitay, Chris Meloni Tease SVU Reunion in New On-Set Photos
Bridgerton Star Expresses Concern About Filming Season 2 Anytime Soon
As buzz swirls around which characters Season 2 of Bridgerton will focus on, and if producers will indeed shoot new installments in March, star Phoebe Dynevor has misgivings about how COVID safety protocols could alter logistics. READ MORE
Ethan Hawke Joins Moon Knight Series at Disney+ in Villainous Role — Report
Ethan Hawke is taking a Big Bad turn. The Academy Award-nominated actor will star opposite Oscar Isaac (Show Me a Hero) in Disney+’s forthcoming Moon Knight series, based on the Marvel comics READ MORE
Dwayne Johnson, Kenan Thompson Comedies Set Premiere Date on NBC; Zoey's Playlist Taking Midseason Hiatus
WandaVision's Vintage Commercials Add 'Another Level' of Mystery to Series, Says Marvel's Kevin Feige
WandaVision is (thus far!) a whimsical deviation from Marvel’s big-screen spectacles. In its first two episodes, now streaming on Disney+, the series perfectly emulates ‘50s and ‘60s sitcoms like I Love Lucy and Bewitched. READ MORE
Shonda Rhimes: Being the Only Straight EP Singled Out by GLAAD 'Is Not OK,' Points to Diversity Problem
GLAAD’s latest “Where We Are on TV” report listed Shonda Rhimes as one of just four executive producers who account for 17 percent of all LGBTQ TV characters — and she is “not OK” with that. READ MORE