TVLine Items: Corden's London Lineup, Kristin Chenoweth on Younger and More
James Corden will be seeing stars — and lots of them — when he heads back to his homeland. READ MORE
Pushing Daisies' Kristin Chenoweth Recalls a Spectacular, On-Set Pie Fail
There’s a good reason Pushing Daisies‘ Olive Snook wasn’t The Pie Hole’s head pastry chef. READ MORE
American Gods: Dueling Deities, Altered Easter, Bryan Fuller's Favorites and More Scoop on Starz's Fantasy Drama
Good gods almighty, the world of Starz’s newest drama is a complicated place, indeed. READ MORE
Kristin Chenoweth to Star Opposite Noah Wyle in CBS Pilot Perfect Citizen
Kristin Chenoweth is heading to court — for her latest TV role. READ MORE
Game of Thrones: Kristin Chenoweth Debuts Operatic New Theme Song
Kristin Chenoweth has combined two of her favorite things: vocal warm-ups and Game of Thrones. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
American Gods: See First Photo of Kristin Chenoweth as Easter
Well, look what just came hopping down the bunny trail. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTO
Connie Britton, Jane Fonda Join Rachel Platten in Pitch Perfect-Inspired 'Fight Song' for Hillary Clinton (Video)
Rachel Platten was joined by the stars of Nashville, Modern Family and Pitch Perfect on Tuesday in support of presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Connie Britton, Julie Bowen and Jesse Tyler Ferguson were among the many celebrities to partake in READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
American Gods: Kristin Chenoweth Joins Cast as Goddess Easter
Hold onto yer eggs.
Starz’s American Gods has cast Kristin Chenoweth as the goddess Easter, showrunner Bryan Fuller announced Friday at the show’s Comic-Con panel in San Diego. READ MORE
Kristin Chenoweth Joins Hairspray Live!
Hairspray Live! has found its Miss Baltimore Crabs: Kristin Chenoweth will play villainous Corny Collins Show producer Velma Von Tussle in the NBC musical. READ MORE
2015 Tony Awards: The Best, Worst and Weirdest Moments
While the Tonys were being handed out Sunday night, TVLine wasn’t just watching the awards, we were deciding the winners — or, in some cases, “winners” — in a few categories of our own invention. READ MORE