Mom's Allison Janney Shares First Look at Anna Faris-Less Season 8: It's a 'Whole New Territory' (Watch Video)
Roughly a week after CBS and Warner Bros. dropped the mother of all casting bombshells, Mom leading lady Allison Janney is back on the set to begin work on Season 8 — the sitcom’s first without co-lead-Anna Faris. READ MORE
Emmys 2018 Poll: Who Should Win for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series?
Attention, ladies of Hollywood: With Julia Louis-Dreyfus out of the running, this might be your only chance to win an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. Like, ever. READ MORE & VOTE
Emmys Poll 2017: Who Should Win for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series?
Let’s be honest: In this category, there’s Queen Selina, and then there’s everyone else. READ MORE & VOTE IN OUR POLL
Will Ferrell's Dubya, West Wing's C.J. Roast Press During Samantha Bee's Alt-Correspondents' Dinner — WATCH
When TBS’ Full Frontal announced its Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner event, the world did not yet know that President Donald Trump would be skipping the actual Correspondents’ Dinner. READ MORE & GRADE IT
Performer of the Week: Tom Ellis
THE PERFORMER | Tom Ellis
THE SHOW | Lucifer
THE EPISODE | “My Little Monkey” (Nov. 7. 2016) READ MORE
Bradley Whitford to Reunite With West Wing Co-Star Allison Janney on Mom
Two key pieces of the Bartlet administration are teaming up again.
The West Wing Cast to Reunite, Campaign for Hillary Clinton in Ohio
Start up the motorcade: The cast of The West Wing is reuniting… and this time, they’ve got a real-life candidate to elect.
Six stars of NBC’s Emmy-winning political drama READ MORE
Emmys Poll 2016: Who Should Win Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy?
For Emmy voters, the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series race may ultimately be a choice between Allison Janney and Hillary Clinton. READ MORE & VOTE
West Wing Reunion: Allison Janney, Bradley Whitford 'Walk-and-Talk' on The Late Late Show — WATCH
Crafting James Corden’s monologue is serious business — so much so that it sometimes requires a walk-and-talk with White House Press Secretary C.J. Cregg and Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO