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FX and FXX set summer premiere dates: “The Bridge” returns July 9
“The Strain” from Carlton Cuse and Guillermo del Toro debuts July 13, “Tyrant” kicks off June 24, Judy Greer and Nat Faxon in “Married” and “Worst” premiere on July 17, and “Wilfred” is back for its final season on June 25.
“Bob’s Burgers” is getting a comic book
"Bob’s Burgers: The Comic Book” will be put together by the writers and artists from the Fox series.
“The Vampire Diaries” is bringing back Enzo
Michael Malarkey will be a series regular in Season 6.
Mariah Carey debuted a new song, “You Don’t Know What To Do,” featuring Wale, today on “Today.”
Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse's vampire drama "The Strain" finally has a concrete summer premiere date, as do the dramas "Tyrant" and "The Bridge."
FX also set premieres for the new comedies "Married" and "You're the Worst," while FXX has scheduled the final season for "Wilfred."
It's going to be a busy summer between both networks, though mostly for FX, which will be branching new dramas and comedies across a whopping four nights, including a foray into the high stakes drama terrain of Sunday nights.
It's hard to believe that it's a whole year since James Gray's "The Immigrant" was unveiled at Cannes to response that ranged from the rhapsodic to the sneering. A hot topic for the duration of the festival, it then dropped alarmingly off the radar, as its release was ever further postponed by The Weinstein Company. And as one of those who rhapsodised harder than most last year -- the film placed in my top five of 2013 -- I'm relieved to say that it finally reaches US theaters today.
Back when the first teaser trailer for Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" dropped, I asked if we'd be talking about the film come Oscar season. With a November release date and arguably the industry's top blockbuster/prestige filmmaker at the helm, it was a warranted question. Now with the second trailer we dive a little further into what this story is, how it will be told, and the excitement hops up another notch.
It’s official: Michael Weatherly is returning to “NCIS”
As part of his new two-year deal, Weatherly will be able to produce projects for CBS.
AMC orders Billy Corgan’s wrestling show, prop makers’ reality show, plus Chris Hardwick's “All-Star Celebrity Bowling”
The Smashing Pumpkins frontman will take viewers behind the scenes of a Chicago-based wrestling league, while Chris Hardwick’s web show “All-Star Celebrity Bowling” is coming to TV with the cast of “Mad Men” battling Hardwick’s Nerdist crew.
"Barbara Walters" interviews Barbara Walters
“SNL” alum Cheri Oteri revived her Walters impression, perhaps Barbara’s favorite, for Walters’ final day on “The View.” PLUS: Watch highlights from Walters' final show.
Report: NFL knew about Michael Sam’s OWN reality show before the draft, but didn’t tell its teams
Would knowing about the Sam’s reality TV plans affected his draft status? UPDATE: NFL calls this story "completely wrong."
Jimmy Fallon hosting a drum battle between Will Ferrell and his Red Hot Chili Peppers doppelganger
RHCP drummer Chad Smith, who’s often mistaken for Ferrell, will battle it out against the former “SNL” star next Thursday.
“Jeopardy!” has Alex Trebek rap ‘90s hip-hop songs
Watch as Trebek tackles "The 1990s Rap Song” category. PLUS: Meyers getting a lot of material from his new marriage.
Seth Meyers is beating Craig Ferguson, but not “Nightline”
The ABC news program has the advantage of only running half an hour. PLUS: Meyers mining his new marriage for material.
“The Big Bang Theory” has a poignant season finale
The CBS sitcom manages to be funny while being sweet. PLUS: A strong close to a strong season.
Kendra Wilkinson welcomes her 2nd child
It’s a girl for the “Kendra on Top” star and her husband Hank Baskett.
Arcade Fire’s video for “We Exist” is a moving, if sometimes heavy handed, look at our universal desire to be loved for who we are.
It must be a little unsettling to have some random stranger walk up to you and start talking about the ghosts floating around your head, but when that random stranger is Theresa Caputo, it's all good. The season finale of "Long Island Medium" is coming up (Sun. May 18 at 9:00 p.m. ET on TLC), and in it Caputo takes her show on the road, prowling around New Orleans to assault people with news of the dead. Really, she's like a semi-ghoulish fairy godmother, isn't she? In this exclusive clip, she tags some woman on the street to tell her about her father who died from lung cancer. It's better than Mardi Gras!
There are so many things I want to tell you about the time I spent in London on the set of "Guardians Of The Galaxy."
Today, though, we're still embargoed on the vast majority of it, and so we're going to focus on one of the interviews that we conducted as a group. Seems like Chris Pratt's a good place to start in any conversation about this film, since this will be the biggest film role he's ever had, and much of the success of the film hinges on how the audience takes to him as Peter Quill aka Star Lord.
“The Big Bang Theory” has its best-ever season finale, Cristina’s goodbye doesn’t boost “Grey’s" Anatomy"
About 16.3 million tuned in for last night’s “Big Bang,” while Sandra Oh’s final “Grey’s Anatomy” was barely up from last week.
ABC’s “Rising Star” taps Josh Groban as host and Kesha, Ludacris and Brad Paisley as judges
With “American Idol” fading, can ABC’s music competition succeed?
Spike TV’s Guy’s Choice Awards names Matthew McConaughey “Guy of the Year”
Other honorees include Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who will be given the Hot and Funny award.
Sandra Oh on her “Grey’s Anatomy” exit: "I was completely in tears — but not broken”
"It was not a place of being sad,” she says. "It was a place of being tremendously moved. It's not like I broke down and I was crying. I felt so filled with the meaning of this moment that it was very emotional. I do want to try to be specific about the quality of the emotions because many people can be sad — and it is sad — but I was extremely moved.” PLUS: Cristina Yang was at the heart of “Grey’s,” and she actually got a dignified exit.
Former “Idol” champ Scotty McCreery recounts his home invasion robbery with Ryan Seacrest
"I was on the ground,” he said of the May 5 robbery, "and he was holding the gun to our heads. I was staring down the barrel of a pistol.”
Michael Sam’s reality show gets the Taiwanese animation treatment
Is Oprah exploiting the NFL's first openly gay player?
Michael C. Hall: “I feel good about” the “Dexter” finale
Andy Cohen asked Hall last night on “Watch What Happens Live” about fans being “pissed" at the finale. PLUS: Would Hall do a “Dexter” spinoff?
Maya Rudolph talks to Seth Meyers about her rejected “SNL” sketches
Watch her sing the lyrics to the “Taxi” theme song, which of course has no lyrics. PLUS: Meyers recalls his wedding to Stefon on their 1-year anniversary.
Does dying on “The Vampire Diaries” matter?
The final two episodes of the season delved a lot into death.
New book will tackle the most important TV shows in American history
Hitfix’s Alan Sepinwall and his former TV critic college from New Jersey’s Star-Ledger, New York magazine TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz, are teaming up for the expansive book.
“iZombie” statue for sale
A statue of Rose McIver's Liv Moore standing on a brain will be for sale in November for $100.
Patton Oswalt on a horse interrupts “Jimmy Kimmel Live”
Watch him present Kimmel with a Webby Award for his twerking viral video.
Arsenio Hall asks Shannen Doherty if Jason Priestley’s memoir detailing her diva behavior was true
"It was so long ago, honestly I would have to refer to the hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of journals I have of every single day, taking account of everything that happened,” Doherty responded. "But I don't know. I always say that everybody had their own version of the truths and memories are very funny things.”