George Eads takes a "CSI" leave of absence after fighting with a pregnant writer
The leave was prompted by a heated exchange with one of the show's writers. Eads already filmed the first three episodes of the season, but he'll miss Episode 300 and several more episodes.
David Morrissey sticking with "The Walking Dead" as he films an AMC pilot
He'll film both "Walking Dead" and "Line of Sight" simultaneously, since they're both shot in Atlanta.
"I am the one who knocks" voted the best "Breaking Bad" line
No. 2: "Tread lightly." PLUS: Walt gives Hank the wrong CD.
Could "Breaking Bad" have survived in an Obamacare world?
The AMC series is fully dependent on our broken healthcare system.
Watch the "Glee" Season 5 trailer
See Lea Michele act normally after Cory Monteith's death in the season premiere's Beatles-themed episode.
NBC remaking "Outbreak" as a TV series
John Wells will produce the project based on the 1995 film.
Obama: "Oprah, my girl, she can act"
"She's just a wonderful actress," the president says of Oprah's "Butler" performance.
Twitter account helps San Franciscans avoid "The Real World"
Filming is already underway on the streets of San Francisco.
Chinese state website mistakes "Battlestar Galactica" for an aircraft carrier
A graphic of the "Galactica" spacecraft was used in an article with the headline "Four Major Trends in Aircraft Carrier Development."
Tony Hale reveals his acting process
Watch the "Veep" star's exclusive video for Funny or Die.
Daryl Hannah is set for a "Hawaii Five-0"
She's guesting as a realtor.
"The Glades" and "Longmire" end on season highs, but no word on renewal
They finished their 4th and 2nd seasons, respectively.
Kerry Washington recalls her fave "Scandal" episode from last season
The dialogue-less scene from "Happy Birthday, Mr. President" is what Washington will remember most from last season. PLUS: "Scandal" from A to Z.
"Ravenswood" releases its first official trailer
Check out the "Pretty Little Liars" spinoff.
How "House of Cards" creates its own Washington, D.C. in Baltimore
Location manager Patrick Burn is constantly asked whee Freddy’s BBQ is located in D.C., when it's a location in Baltimore.
Tyra Banks dons a mustache
She wanted "to celebrate all my fiiiine male models" on "America's Next Top Model."
Allison Williams: "Girls" Season 3 is very "lighthearted"
"I think it’s a very funny season," she says.
Go behind the scenes with Stephen Merchant on "Hello Ladies"
The HBO comedy debuts Sept. 29.
PBS tonight tells the story of The March on Washington
It was, says the film, "the event that changed American politics forever."
"American Horror Story" returns Oct. 9
"Coven" will have "a feminist theme."
"NTSF:SD:SUV::" brings on Eliza Dushku, Jayma Mays and Santigold
Check them out as Time Angels.
"HIMYM" releases pics from the final season
See images from the season premiere "The Locket."
NASCAR fans have filed 18,359 complaints to the FCC in the last 3 years
They include many complaints for GoDaddy and erectile dysfunction ads.
What happened with Kanye West's HBO "Curb"-like pilot?
Those involved in shooting the 2007 pilot -- including "Curb Your Enthusiasm's" JB Smoove, Larry Charles, Jeff Garlin -- explain what happened.
"Revolution" nabs Zeljko Ivanek
He'll play a scientist named Dr. Calvin Horn.
Bravo renews "Below Deck"
The yacht crew reality show will return for a 2nd season.
See what "The Simpsons" theme park looks like in the flesh
Universal Studios' Springfield is now open for business.
NPR posts old interviews with Letterman, Leno and Conan
Listen to "Fresh Air's" Terry Gross interview Letterman in 1981 before "Late Night" and Conan in 2003. Plus, Leno in 1996.
"Mad Men" creator and other showrunners express their appreciation for "Breaking Bad"
Matthew Weiner, "Dexter's" Scott Buck, "Walking Dead's" Glen Mazzara and "Lost's" Carlton Cuse are true admirers of Vince Gilligan's work.
"Justified's" Walton Goggins developing Mexican drug cartel drama "Gringo" for Fox
Goggins co-wrote the script about an American cop who gets caught up in the middle of the cartel wars after moving to Mexico with his Mexican wife. It's unclear if Goggins will star.
Demi Lovato will romance Naya Rivera on "Glee"
"She's playing my love interest, so I'm very, very excited about it," says Rivera.
"Breaking Bad's" Walter White: An abuser
Abuser. That's precisely the word to describe Bryan Cranston's character, says Laura Hudson. She adds: "We know he is a grade-A emotional manipulator, yes, but what has become increasingly evident over the last several seasons is that he’s something far more dangerous and terrible, all the more so when we haven’t known exactly what to what to call him. Abuse, at its core, is about dominance; it's about control, which has always been the watchword of Heisenberg." PLUS: Dean Norris spoils everything else, and Bob Odenkirk on how a Saul Goodman spinoff can succeed.
Patrick Dempsey on his "Grey's Anatomy" future: "It would be a shame to end this"
Dempsey says Shonda Rhimes has been supportive about his outside projects, but his future contract is still up in the air.
Alec Baldwin in another paparazzi street scuffle
Both parties decided to walk away after pushing each other, thanks to the NYPD.
Sarah Jane Morris to "Criminal Minds"
The "Brothers & Sisters" alum will guest on the season's 6th episode.
Breckin Meyer sells NBC a "Thursdays" comedy
"Men At Work" creator is developing a comedy about a group of guys who have dinner every Thursday.
"Grey's Anatomy" alum Justin Bruening joins "Ravenswood"
He'll recur as a teacher on the "Pretty Little Liars"spinoff.
"Celebrity Big Brother" housemates ask Courtney Stodden to stop flashing her breasts
They think the teen bride is using her fake breasts to help her win.
"Glee" alums return for the Cory Monteith tribute
Mark Salling and Amber Riley will be among the familiar faces who will be back for the special episode.
"Homeland" + "The Simpsons" = "Homerland"
Watch the promo for the season premiere, a tribute to the Showtime series.
Paula Abdul: TV actress?
The former "Idol" judge says: "“I’m broadening my horizons into creating and producing content, performing in scripted dramas and half-hour television programs."
"Sherlock" filmed "a few false shots" for its season premiere
" will be things that people saw that have nothing to do with it," says director Jeremy Lovering. "That's the way we handled it."
Hank and Marie watch the VMAs
Now in video form!
Keith Olbermann was his typical self on "Olbermann"
The former MSNBC and ESPN star didn't skip a beat in his ESPN2 debut.
Dr. Luke pulls out of "Idol" talks due to a conflict of interest
The pop music hitmaker can't join "American Idol" because his lucrative deal with Sony Music would've conflicted with "Idol's" goal of developing talent for rival Universal.
Tina Fey & Amy Poehler have been asked to return as Golden Globes hosts
Unlike Ricky Gervais, Fey and Poehler hosted as a one-time deal.
Mitch Hurwitz's "Arrested Development" update: "I'm working on the movie right now"
"I can't get into much more detail because I don't want to scare anybody off," he tells Rolling Stone. "I don't want to be presumptuous about it. I don't own the property outright – it's a 20th Century Fox property. But everybody seems really into it and really eager to make a movie."
"Bunheads" films a farewell video for fans
Amy Sherman-Palladino gathered some key cast members to say goodbye in a video shot on Aug. 17.
Letterman asks Patrick Dempsey about his "Grey's Anatomy" future
"I think it depends on renegotiations," says Dempsey. PLUS: Dempsey won't co-own Tully's Coffee.
Lauren Graham brought in "Parenthood" daughter Mae Whitman to read for her CW series
"I didn't want people to think, she's you but she's not you," says Graham. "She is a muse for me, but she has a job and I would never – nor can I – pull her from that job. We’re all here at Parenthood through next year."
Lady Gaga to make her "Watch What Happens Live" debut
It'll be her 1st appearance on Sept. 11.
Anna Faris on "Mom": "We have, like, an anal-sex joke! It's amazing!"
Faris talks about her transition from movies to television.
Watch a video explanation of "Breaking Bad's" ricin journey
Here's a visual of that led to last night's epiphany. PLUS: RJ Mitte turned 21 in Vegas, and "Breaking Bad" fan invites The Cousins to vacation in Hawaii.
"Psych" books Sutton Foster and WWE's Bella Twins
The WWE twins will play "sinister, double-dutching, demonically sexy" sisters.
Discovery is making "I F*cking Love Science" for the web
Will the curse word be retained?
"Duck Dynasty's" Willie Robertson: "I didn't know I had a garden gnome"
Robertson is still amazed by all the "Duck" merchandise his reality show has spawned: "I knew I had a Chia Pet and a bobblehead and an action figure," he says. "I didn't know I had a garden gnome. That's awesome. I guess Pez dispenser is the last weird thing I have to see myself on."
Keith Olbermann returns to TV tonight
"There has been no friction at all," he says of his recent ESPN2 rehearsals. "No one has said to me, 'We let you back in, now sit back and shut up.' Instead they've said, 'We've let you back in, now tell us everything you want and why.'"
"Parks and Rec's" Jim O'Heir goes from Kimmel actor to Kimmel guest
The actor famous for playing Jerry Gergich has recently appeared in sketches playing plus-sized characters.
In defense of Miley Cyrus
Why she isn't a racist for her VMA performance and why she's not headed toward a Britney Spears-style meltdown. PLUS: MTV boss explains Miley's performance, AND "Breaking Bad" reacts to Miley.
"Under the Dome" star says producers envisioned the show lasting 3 seasons
Jolene Purdy says, though, that her character should've been killed off a long time ago.
Watch "Sunday Night Football" auditions with Ken Jeong, "America's Got Talent" judges
The "Today" crew also "auditioned."
The James Franco roast was full of gay jokes
Gay jokes from Seth Rogen, from Andy Samberg and from Sarah Silverman.
"Burn Notice" props are going up for auction
Starting Tuesday, you can bid on your "Burn" favorites.
Meredith Vieira launching a YouTube channel
The LIVES channel will be geared toward women.
"Burning Love's" Ken Marino goes shirtless in the middle of Melrose to campaign for an Emmy
TMZ caught Marino spinning a sign for his fake reality show.
Jenny McCarthy & Donnie Wahlberg make their debut as a couple
Check out "The View" and "Blue Bloods" stars on the red carpet.
After rejecting "Jersey Shore," New Jersey's Asbury Park welcomes "Jerseylicious"
One of the show's stars says "it's not like we’re party animals."
Watch the 2nd trailer for VH1's TLC biopic
"CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story" airs Oct. 21.
Former "X Factor" judge Cheryl Cole gets a massive tattoo of roses covering her butt
The large floral design also covers her lower back.
Alex Trebek joins the TCM cruise
You can go cruising with the "Jeopardy!" host.
It's a "Beverly Hills 90210" reunion
With Joe Montana!
10.1 million watched Miley Cyrus twerk on VMAs, up from last year
That's up from the 6.1 million that tuned in last year, but down from the 12.4 million who watched in 2011. PLUS: Brooke Shields slams Miley's "disturbing" performance.
Claim: Justin Timberlake nixed plans to include more 'N Sync songs
The other bandmates "were pushing for more," a source tells Us Weekly. "While he was thrilled they could come for him, he didn't want the reunion to be the whole thing." PLUS: How the 'N Sync reunion came together.
Did Disney force ESPN to pull out of the "Frontline" NFL concussions project?
ESPN president John Skipper did meet with Disney CEO Bob Iger before cutting ties, but denies Disney had any say.
Adam Levine and his best friend sell an autobiographical comedy to NBC
This is the 2nd time "The Voice" star and Gene Hong have sold a comedy based on their friendship.
Lynda Carter to guest on "Two and a Half Men"
"Wonder Woman" fan Alan will get to meet his childhood crush.
Judd Apatow to make Amy Schumer a movie star
After starring on "Inside Amy Schumer," the comedienne is working with Apatow on her first feature film.
Restaurant's "Breaking Bad" stipulations included no murders or drug use
Garduño's, a New Mexico Mexican food chain, had to close down one of its locations for one day to accommodate filming for last night's episode.
"Horrible Bosses" writers to make a CBS pilot based on their movie
"Punching Out" will revolve around three guys who hate their job so much they quit to go back to their childhood jobs -- at the mall.
Amazon orders Chris Carter's "The After"
The thriller is "The X Files" creator's first pilot in more than a decade.
CW unveils new show posters
Check out key art for "The Originals," "Reign" and "Tomorrow People."
"Sons of Anarchy" gets an online aftershow
FX has picked up three episodes of "Anarchy Afterword," which will air online with host Chris Franjola and guest Kurt Sutter.
Jay Baruchel sells semi-autobiographical comedy to ABC
The "Undeclared" alum won't star in a comedy about a Hollywood actor who trades his fame to move to Vermont and live near his mom and with his best friends.
CBS is remaking "Love, American Style"
The 1970s comedy anthology series is coming back without the anthology component.
Being outraged at the VMAs: "One of our nation's more embarrassing traditions"
If Miley Cyrus did what she did last night on another show, there wouldn't be that much outrage, says Amanda Marcotte. "It's easy to understand why" there's outrage, she says. "It's August, people are bored, and getting all bent out of shape about nothing is a way to pass the time. But it has to stop! If you look back at some previous VMA scandals, you'll see how dumb they always are in retrospect." PLUS: Parents TV Council blasts VMAs as "unacceptable," and Kelly Clarkson describes VMAs as "#pitchystrippers."
"Breaking Bad's" epiphany, explained
How it was all figured out.
Kate Gosselin sues Jon Gosselin
The former TLC star is accusing her ex-husband of spying on her via wiretapping, hacking her computers and identity theft. The suit is for millions of dollars.
New "Doctor Who" Peter Capaldi likely won't change his Scottish accent
Steven Moffat says he expects Capaldi to retain his accent, like previous Scottish "Who" Sylvester McCoy.
OneRepublic's Ryan Teder joins "The Voice"
He'll advise Adam Levine's team.
Watch Kevin Spacey's speech urging TV execs to change
"If you are watching a film on your television, is it no longer a film because you're not watching it in the theater?" he said at the Edinburgh TV Festival. "If you watch a TV show on your iPad is it no longer a TV show? The device and length are irrelevant."
"American Horror Story" releases its 4th teaser
See a preview of "The Young & the Restless'" tribute to Jeanne Cooper
Featuring her real-life son, Corbin Bernsen.