TV vampire fans suffered a painful loss in August, when Showtime?s True Blood aired its series finale after seven sudsy seasons of sharp-fanged melodrama. All is not lost, however; the CW?s The Vampire Diaries begins its sixth season on October 2, and in honor of its return, we decided to dedicate this week?s list to a look back at some of the small screen?s most noteworthy nosferatus. It?s time for Total Recall!
Meet Noah and Alison, the characters in Showtime's new series, The Affair, premiering Sunday, Oct. 12 at 10:00 p.m.
Welcome to the Weekly Binge, where we take a closer look at the shows worth your time. And by that, we mean a lot of your time. In the spirit of focusing on shows to obliterate those nights and weekends otherwise spent on more "productive" pursuits ("productive," as in "less interesting"), we bring you Showtime's Homeland, returning for season four this Sunday.
In this TV edition of Review Roundup, we share the Tomatometer scores for new shows Happyland (MTV), Manhattan Love Story (ABC), and Selfie. Watch now!
Alas, "Selfie" and "Manhattan Love Story" were off to slow starts on Tuesday.
Christopher Nolan's latest touches down on the really, really big screen November 5.
More than a million illegal downloads.
Dave Callaham is on board to pen the script, with director Ruben Fleischer attached to return.
Family issues cued Brown's exit prior to the show's upcoming sixth season.
Also: Josh Gad (as "speedy Chuck"), Danny McBride (as "the volatile Bomb"), and Bill Hader as a pig.
Brett Ratner and Bill Lawrence are developing a small-screen continuation of the Chris Tucker/Jackie Chan comedy-action saga, presumably without Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan.
The next Nicholas Sparks movie has found its stars.
He'll voice the title character in DreamWorks Animation's adaptation of the Marla Frazee picture book, with Kevin Spacey playing Boss Baby's nemesis, Francis E. Francis.
In Selfie, the new sitcom premiering on ABC, a self-absorbed millennial is victimized after an embarrassing video of her goes viral. On the internet of all places! With that, this week's 24 Frames gallery looks at some awesome celebrity selfies.
This week on streaming video, Netflix has added a number of fan favorites, including the latest seasons of The Walking Dead and Parks and Recreation, as well as the final season of How I Met Your Mother, among other things. Then, we've also got a couple of solid new movie choices, including a music biopic and an indie dramedy. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got the latest installment of Michael Bay's Transformers franchise, Jon Favreau's indie hit, and the complete series of a hit Fox show that came back to television for a limited run earlier this year. On top of that, we've got a bunch of smaller releases starring the likes of Amy Poehler, Aaron Paul, Sam Shepard, Liam Neeson, Mila Kunis, and more. Read on for details.
Key and Peele are accustomed to an environment where hilarity is the norm. Four seasons in, they continue to make seriousness silly and take silliness seriously. Constantly upping the ante -- not only in terms of production, but also in terms of making each other laugh -- the comedy duo strives to stay true to what audiences expect while keeping the show fresh for themselves.
"Castle" and "NCIS: Los Angeles" also returned to healthy numbers, although the night went to ESPN.
Neither Cinemark nor Carmike nor Regal will screen the IMAX sequel, which is set to bow on the streaming service the same day it debuts in theaters.
A small-screen adaptation of the Tom Hanks hit is on the way from the producers of "Enlisted."