Watch Letterman welcome “Late Show” successor Stephen Colbert
“I’m going to do whatever you have done,” Colbert tells Letterman. PLUS: See their selfie.
“The Boondocks” returns to a series high
In fact, the 4th season premiere beat all TV shows on last night, including broadcast, in the 18-34 demo.
History’s “Texas Rising” adds Robert Knepper and Jeremy Davies
“Prison Break” alum Knepper will play a slob named Empresario Buckley, while Davies will take on the role of Sgt. Ephraim Knowles.
Bing is making reality TV predictions
The Microsoft search engine will use search queries and social media to predict who will be booted off “The Voice,” “Dancing with the Stars” and “American Idol."
Discovery won’t rule out a future Mount Everest jump
The cable network may wait a year to see what happens in the aftermath of the devastating avalanche.
Matt Bomer: I’ve been married for 3 years
The “White Collar” and “The Normal Heart” star revealed to Details that he wed his partner in 2011, one year before coming out.
Why Shonda Rhimes should dump Columbus Short from “Scandal"
"Moral clauses were created for a reason,” Tanya Tatum says of the recent allegations against Short, "and if ever there were cause to incite one, it is when fully grown men threaten and beat their wives in front of their helpless children. Not only will his continued employment hurt the show’s reputation, I believe many of your fans will turn the channel before turning a blind eye to his abusive behavior.”
Jimmy Fallon was booed for mocking Hillary Clinton’s clothes
"It wasn't that hard of a joke. What's the big deal?” Fallon responded after joking about Clinton’s pantsuits.
Original “Parks and Rec” cast member Paul Schneider has no plans to return to Pawnee
“That experience was very strange for me,” Schneider says of his Mark Brendanawicz character, who left after Season 2.
Why Aaron Sorkin should apologize to women next
Or at the very least “The Newsroom” creator should acknowledge his women problem.
Watch “Scandal’s” episode of “The Writers’ Room”
Sundance has posted the full episode from the Season 2 premiere.
Billie Piper is asked which “Doctor Who” kissed better — David Tennant or Christopher Eccleston
"I think I've kissed David more,” she said at Awesome Con in Washington, D.C. "So I think we are more practiced, more well-versed, and therefore our technique is somewhat better."
“The Goldbergs” creator: "I wish I had embraced the autobiographical nature of the show earlier”
For instance, Adam F. Goldberg thought he had to change the real names from his childhood for legal reasons. But the real people have been reaching out to him and were okay with the show using their names.
Oprah’s relationship with Gayle is “bizarre” and “unhealthy,” says Oprah’s former stepmom
Barbara Winfrey is telling all to a British tabloid.
NBC: We’re not doing a “Will & Grace” reunion special
A rumor of a reunion had surfaced earlier today, but it’s not true.
Check out pics of “Supernatural’s” potential spinoff
"Supernatural: Bloodlines” will be unveiled next week.
Amy Acker jokes about begging to work on “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”
Acker returns to the Whedonverse on tonight’s episode.
“SNL’s” Kate McKinnon: Here’s how we came up with “Dyke & Fats"
"We were both really tired one night," McKinnon tells Vulture, "and I just said to Aidy (Bryant), 'Man, dyke is tired,' and Aidy said, 'Fats is tired, too.' And then it became our beautiful thing that we had together and we wanted to make something out of it."
After “Real Housewives” brawl, either Kenya Moore or Porsha Williams won’t likely return
It’s “highly doubtful” both will be back next season, E! reports.
Ranking TV shows based on movies
From “Friday Night Lights” to “Buffy” to “Casablanca.”
Mary Lynn Rajskub: The way viewers watch TV now, it "makes a weird sort of sense” to do 12 episodes of “24”
"I think it's going to go by really fast and I'll be really curious to see how it's received,” she says. "I can't imagine after this they wouldn't do more."
“Reign” books Tahmoh Penikett
The “Battlestar Galactica” alum will play a “Sexy nobleman” on the CW series.
Craig Ferguson: An appreciation
"Craig's had a good run,” says Rob Harvilla, "if that run is over, if ‘run' is even the appropriate term to apply to a show this blithely bananas. Know this: No one has ever better replicated the actual sensory experience of watching a talk show in the dead of night. He doesn't need your pity, but he deserves your respect. I hope he and Alice Eve are very happy together."
“Faking It” is odd, interesting, lightly subversive, potentially offensive
The controversial MTV series, where two girls pretend to be a lesbian couple, "rises above its gimmick in a number of ways, with themes that turn on matters of friendship and love; it’s more than a mistaken identity farce,” says Matthew Gilbert, who adds that it "takes the paradigm of high school supremacy and turns it on its head.” PLUS: “Faking It” is a missed opportunity, it just doesn’t hit the mark, it is saved by a twist, and its showrunner claims it’s realistic.