First Look at The 100 Series Finale!
It’s a race against time to save [Spoiler] in this exclusive clip from the finale
DWTS: Who Dazzled on Disney Night?
Plus, which unlucky celeb got the boot? Read our recap to find out
The Orville Season 3 Status Update!
Seth MacFarlane and Co. are “working very hard” on the new season, he says
S.W.A.T. Takes on Los Angeles Riots
Who will portray a young Shemar Moore during the 1992 flashbacks?
Filthy Rich's Gerald McRaney Defends His 'Complicated' Character, Reacts to the Series Premiere's Final Twist
Three things attracted Gerald McRaney to the role of Filthy Rich‘s swindling televangelist Eugene Monreaux: “The original script, [showrunner] Tate Taylor and Kim Cattrall,” he tells TVLine. And if you’ve seen the first episode of the Fox drama, you already know that McRaney’s third reason presents a bit of a problem. READ MORE
The 100 Series Finale Sneak Peek: It's a Race Against Time to Save [Spoiler]
Much of The 100‘s series finale remains a mystery, but one thing’s for sure: Jackson, Murphy and Raven will do everything they can to keep Emori from joining our list of the show’s most heartbreaking deaths. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
The Orville Season 3: Seth MacFarlane Gives Update on Delayed Hulu Debut
TVLine Items: Billie Eilish Doc's Apple Debut, Top Chef Renewed and More
Real Time With Bill Maher Renewed for Seasons 19 and 20 at HBO
Bill Maher will continue to propose “New Rules” well into Joe Biden’s first term… or Donald Trump’s second. READ MORE
The Boys' Tomer Capon Talks Frenchie Flashbacks, Letting Kimiko Go and the Love Sausage Scene That Got Cut
Warning: The following contains spoilers for The Boys Season 2, Episode 6. Proceed at your own risk!
Oh, Frenchie boy, let us give you a hug. Last Friday’s The Boys gave us a double dose of the lovable scoundrel as flashbacks and a present-day confrontation with Lamplighter revealed READ MORE & GRADE THE EPISODE
S.W.A.T.: Postponed L.A. Riots Flashback Episode to Open Season 4 — Who Will Play a Young Hondo?
TV Ratings: Sunday Night Football Steady, Simpsons Dominates the Rest
In the latest TV ratings, NBC Sunday Night Football‘s Packers/Saints match-up averaged 14.9 million total viewers (up 5 percent READ MORE