Late on Friday, NBC announced a slew of schedule changes, as well as the cancellations of newbies “Ironside” and “Welcome to the Family.” Somewhat lost among all the shifting was this sad fact: “Parks and Recreation” is going on hiatus, effective immediately.
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So far this fall, nearly twice as many freshman series have been given full season orders (seven) as have been canceled (four). That ratio is about to change, however, as networks start making tough decisions about shows still in limbo.
The third installment of FX’s “American Horror Story” cast a spell on 5.5 million viewers who caught the premiere telecast of “AHS: Coven” on Wednesday.
By Jennifer Vineyard The “Dexter” series finale enraged many fans for many reasons; chief among them was the fact that Dexter lived — and became a logger? — despite having… More
“Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston will make his Broadway debut this winter, playing Lyndon B. Johnson.
By Anna Breslaw Guys! Thank God the Internet means that things last forever, because I completely forgot what last happened on Eastbound & Down. Full disclosure: Like the rest of… More
By Jesse David Fox Right after Breaking Bad ended, Vince Gilligan and most of the cast (notably minus Bryan Cranston and Bob Odenkirk) showed up to discuss the finale on Talking Bad…. More
By Delia Paunescu During his monologue last night, Jimmy Kimmel poked fun at Kanye West’s recent BBC interview which, to be fair, veers into the incoherent at times. Kimmel decided… More
People might have differing opinions about whether they’d want Jimmy Fallon to host “The Tonight Show,” but probably everyone would agree they’d want him to host their kid’s birthday party.
Back in May, Jimmy Fallon engaged in an epic lip-synching battle with John Krasinski and we were all winners. Well, Fallon once again found himself in a lip-synch-off Tuesday night, but this time against Stephen Merchant and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.