TV's Most Uncanny Flashback Casting From OUAT, Supernatural, Golden Girls, NCIS, Vampire Diaries and More
TV shows love a flashback to provide added insight into a character — and we love it when an actor is so perfectly cast as the younger counterpart that we’re left doing a double take. READ MORE
TV's Weirdest Crossovers, From Bones' Family Guy Vision to Supernatural's Scooby Adventure to ALF on Mr. Robot
Not all small-screen crossovers are as logical and expected as this Thursday’s Station 19/Grey’s Anatomy two-hour event on ABC. In fact, television history is filled with some truly bizarre and genre-defying matchups of shows. READ MORE
25 Series Finales From 2020, Graded
As we prepare to bid adieu to 2020, we say goodbye to a slew of long-running series that helped define the last decade (or four!) of television. READ MORE
2020 in Review: Quotes of the Year!
Jean-Luc Picard made a small change to his drink order. Pop TV’s One Day at a Time reboot threw some shade at its former home. Ron Swanson proved he hadn’t changed a bit in the last five years. And Jessie Spano was no longer so… scared! READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Year in Review: The 20 Character Deaths That Just About Killed Us
With this year being such a colossal clusterfrak, we found ourselves clinging to our favorite characters like never before. So when many of those beloved touchstones were violently ripped away from us, we, well, let’s just say we did not take it well READ MORE
Year in Review: The 22 Moments ('Destiel'! McDreamy! Riker and Troi!) TV Fans Had Been Waiting For
The coronavirus pandemic took away so many things we love this year — which made us even more grateful for the TV shows that gave us exactly what we wanted. READ MORE
110+ TV Shows That Ended in 2020: Which Ones Will You Miss Most?
TV heaven got a little crowded this year, with more than 110 (!) series wrapping their runs in 2020. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
TVLine Readers Give Thanks For a New Haunting, Ted Lasso's Charm, Canadian Imports, Lovecraft Scares and More
Thanksgiving might look a bit different this year, but our collective gratitude for good TV remains the same. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS