The world of Portland, Oregon isn't just filled with hipsters and homemade granola, at least not as far as the NBC show "Grimm" is concerned. It's full of people who are hiding a supernatural side, one that's more aligned with the often gruesome fairy tale world of the Brothers Grimm than the city of food […]
Before our very eyes, "The Big Bang Theory" has transformed from a funny show about four nerdy man-children into a more heartwarming - and nearly as funny - show about relationships. Tonight's fifth season finale shows just how far our band of scientists from Pasadena have come in the romance department.
During a year when a lot of comedies were inconsistent, "Parks and Recreation" kept humming along, giving viewers a consistently funny fourth season that centered on parks department deputy Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) and her run for Pawnee city council. Along the way, though, viewers have seen growth and change from the entire cast, with […]
The premise of NBC's midseason drama "Awake" was an intriguing one: Detective Michael Britten (Jason Isaacs) bounces between two worlds after his family gets into an auto accident, one where his wife died and one where his son died. Only Britten doesn't know which world is reality and which (if any) is a dream. After […]
Cast comings and goings are pretty much par for the course on "Saturday Night Live," so with rumors flying around that three of the show's longtime cast members - Kristen Wiig, Jason Sudeikis and Andy Samberg - won't return next season, "SNL" executive producer Lorne Michaels is playing things close to the vest. "I'm not […]
It pretty much goes without saying that Betty White is everywhere these days. But the part of White's so-called "comeback" that is lost on many people is this: she's never really gone anywhere. And it's because, as she put it, " I happen to be blessed with loving what I do for a living. I […]
When ABC announced that Katie Couric was going to substitute for Robin Roberts all week on “Good Morning America,” viewers who follow the Morning Show Wars knew this was a case of ABC knowing that they had the “Today” show in their sights and decided to go for the kill shot to end the NBC […]
There's something to be said for a show that is unapologetic about itself. No matter how loud its fans on the interwebs scream and cry about the show's flaws, the creators have the intestinal fortitude to just plug away and do the show they want to do. That's what we saw during last night's second-season […]
Tracy Morgan was relatively subdued during his appearance on the “Late Show” last night, he still said more than enough to make David Letterman both laugh and scratch his head.
Debbie Gibson appeared on “The Tonight Show” to talk about the cattiness on “The Celebrity Apprentice” as well as her Medieval Times wardrobe malfunction.