Ratings: Election Night Draws 71 Mil, On Par With Obama's Historic 2008 Win
A total audience of at least 71.4 million people tuned in for Tuesday night’s marathon presidential election coverage, across the four broadcast networks plus Fox News, CNN READ MORE
Election 2016: Best and Worst Moments
The polls are closed, the ballots have (almost all) been counted and it looks like Donald Trump is on the verge of becoming your new president, America.
Broadcast and cable news networks on Tuesday dedicated hours (and hours and hours) of live coverage READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
What to Watch: Colbert, The Daily Show, @Midnight and The View (?!) Go Live, and More Election Night Coverage
On TV this Election Day: Stephen Colbert goes live on Showtime, Lifetime offers a political point of View and the outcome of the 2016 presidential race is (hopefully) revealed. READ MORE
SNL Cold Open Finds Donald Trump Romancing Putin, FBI and KKK
Saturday Night Live didn’t have a presidential debate to parody, or an Access Hollywood controversy to mock going into this weekend’s last pre-Election Day episode. So it invented its own political event READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Video: GOP Debate Opens With Most Awkward, Bungled Introductions Ever
Is it too late for Saturday Night Live to completely rewrite tonight’s cold open?
After all, the NBC sketch series would have a field day following the immensely uncomfortable introductions given at READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: Unfortunate Castings, New Steven Avery Special and More
Netflix’s upcoming Series of Unfortunate Events adaptation just found two of its (un)lucky stars.
Malina Weissman — best known for playing Young Kara on CBS’ Supergirl — and newcomer READ MORE
GOP Debate No. 5: The Candidates Tackle ISIS, Banning Muslims and... Closing the Internet?
The more things change at the Republican presidential debates, the more they stay the same.
Yes, the poll numbers have shifted since the last GOP face-off on Nov. 10 — sorry about that, Ben Carson — but the topics at hand have not. READ MORE
GOP Debate No. 4: Ben Carson Gets Evasive, Jeb Bush Pouts — And Yes, Trump Still Wants That Wall
If you tuned into the Fox Business Network during the first half-hour of Tuesday’s Republican Presidential Debate, no one would blame you for thinking you had the wrong channel. READ MORE
GOP Debate No. 3: Candidate-Moderator Vitriol, a Quiet Ben Carson and Jeb Bush's (Gulp) 'Warm Kiss'
“I renegotiated it down to two hours — so we can get the hell out of here! Not bad!” That was Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s chuckling take on his agreement with Dr. Ben Carson to boycott CNBC’s GOP Debate regarding overall running time. READ MORE
GOP Debate No. 2: Donald Trump's Biggest Moments — Plus A-Team, Apprentice, Secretariat References
A tip of the hat to the Republican National Committee for limiting the main stage of its second 2015 Presidential Debate to 11 candidates — and not allowing one more of its four lowest-polling hopefuls to escape the kids’ table. What better way to avoid “12 Angry Men” headlines on Thursday morning featuring READ MORE