CBS Sports is launching the 1st-ever all-female sports talk show
CBS Sports is launching the 1st-ever all-female sports talk show
CBS Sports wouldn’t divulge any details, including the female personalities, but CBS Sports president David Berson says: “We have been discussing and developing the show for well over a year. Internally and externally, there’s been universal enthusiasm and across-the-board support.”
Terrell Owens to guest on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”
The former NFL wide receiver tweeted a pic of himself on set today with Terry Crews.
Elisabeth Moss smiles amid a grilling on “True Detective” rumors
USA Today tried to get the “Mad Men” star to say something about the rumors, but all she would say was that she was out of the loop.
Naturally blonde Pauley Perrette has stopped dying her hair black for “NCIS”
After developing a severe allergic reaction to hair dye, Perrette has started using black hair spray to darken her hair.
“Boardwalk Empire” to travel back to 1897
The HBO series this week filmed scenes featuring a young Nucky Thompson.
“The Following” adds Zuleikha Robinson
The "Lost" and “Homeland” alum will play the love of Kevin Bacon’s character’s life.
Daniel Radcliffe: Why the American “Office” is better than the British version
"I was sort of horrified by the idea,” he says of the NBC version. "And now, I actually think it’s an even better show than was made in Britain. It’s a very different show—but it is... being able to follow that relationship for eight years, and it’s such a wonderful privilege to get the chance to do that for all those writers and those actors.”
Syfy announces fall premiere dates
Check out when premiere dates for “Haven,” “Ascension,” “Ghost Hunters,” “Z Nation” and more.
John Larroquette joins HBO’s “The Brink”
He’ll play the U.S. ambassador to Pakistan on the geopolitical crisis comedy.
Why is Jane Fonda carrying a Ryan Gosling chair on the set of her Netflix series?
Is there a Gosling connection on "Grace and Frankie”?
“Devious Maid” Ana Ortiz lands on “How to Get Away with Murder”
The “Ugly Betty” alum is expected to play one of Viola Davis’ clients.
“The Bachelorette’s” Nick Viall could become the next “Bachelor”
Us Weekly says the Andi Dorfman runner-up is being strongly considered.
Accused robber committed 2 crimes at the same bank wearing the same “Sons of Anarchy” T-shirt
Introducing the "Sons of Anarchy robber."
“Backstrom” books Lolita Davidovich
She’ll play a hooker turned dental hygienist.
“Halt and Catch Fire’s” finale ratings are still disappointing, even with DVR viewers
The ‘80s computer industry drama averaged 1.2 million, compared to 1.8 million for “Low Winter Sun.”
Spike TV developing a modern "The Count Of Monte Cristo”
The revamped version would contain a "contemporary and high-octane action and political twist.”
Shark researcher: Shark Week has become a “double-edged sword”
"I'm kind of disappointed, and I think most researchers are, too,” says George Burgess, director of the Florida Program for Shark Research. "It obviously is a big draw, but I'm afraid that the programs have gone more to entertainment and less to documentary over the years. It's kind of a shame, because they have the opportunity to teach good stuff in what's going on with science."
Aubrey Plaza on Chris Pratt: "I’m so proud of my TV husband”
"From the moment I met him, I knew he was going to be, like, the next Brad Pitt,” the “Parks and Rec” star tells Vanity Fair. "He’s so handsome, so kind, and such a talented actor. There’s just nowhere for him to go except straight to the top. I’m only shocked that it hasn’t happened already. I’m just so excited for the world to see him if they haven’t already. Because he’s brilliant and I love him and now he has rock-hard abs. Which is just a bonus.” PLUS: Plaza has a sarcasm problem: "I don’t even know when I’m being serious or not. I can’t tell how I truly feel about anything."
The cool, edgy MTV lives on in “MTV Other”
MTV Other is an online laboratory with the tagline "short shows, random weirdness.”
“American Horror Story’s” makeup artist sometimes gets scripts 1 week in advance
“We were extremely restricted by the schedule,” says Christien Tinsley, who’s responsible for the FX series’ creepiest looks.
“Downton Abbey” is filming in snow in the middle of summer
See pics of the British series filming its Christmas special.
Ricky Gervais: "Netflix is amazing isn’t it? I think Netflix was invented for me”
"I’ve always wanted final edit,” says the “Derek” star, "and to get that sort of freedom I have to go to more fringe channels, premium cable or HBO or BBC 2 or Channel 4. Then Netflix comes along and it’s the best of both worlds; zero interference, the sky’s the limit. It’s like network ratings with no interference at all. They’re cash rich, but that’s not important.”
VH1’s biggest breakout stars include Emma Stone, Rosie O’Donnell, Laverne Cox, Zach Galifianakis
VH1 is looking back at its success stories, including reality star Stone and VJ Rosie.
“Fargo” composer: Why we waited so long to use the theme from the movie
"We wanted to illustrate the show and the movie end up in the same place emotionally,” says Jeff Russo, "and it really does tie the two worlds together. But we also wanted to be in that world and create a new identity. The only way to do that was to write new, original music for the show.”
How “I Love Lucy” influences “Scandal”
Check out an infographic on “Lucy’s" legacy.
Pivot gets into recycling with “Human Resources”
The reality show premiering tonight follows the goings-on at TerraCycle, a recycling company in Trenton, New Jersey.
Iggy Azalea’s playful personality doesn’t translate to her MTV “House of Style” reboot
“House of Style” had a very slow start when it returned Thursday via MTV’s web site.
Showtime’s “L Word Mississippi: Hate the Sin” is a fantastic documentary with a terrible title
The women in this documentary about lesbians in the South have nothing in common with the women of “The L Word” or “The Real L Word.”
Don’t call “Outlander” the feminist answer to “Game of Thrones”
As Matt Zoller Seitz notes, "This new Starz drama from Ronald D. Moore is, like his brilliant and sometimes infuriating reimagining of 'Battlestar Galactica,' defiantly its own thing: part romance-novel fantasy, part time-travel story, and part wartime drama (set across two time periods). But its core is about the emotional and cultural differences between men and women, and how their relationships have and have not changed over the centuries.” PLUS: “Outlander” lacks the moral complexity of “GoT,” this could be a Starz game-changer especially with its portrayal of sex, and it’s the most novelistic show on TV — it's really, really slow.
Steven Soderbergh’s “The Knick” is awfully satisfying, yet it doesn’t arrive as a classic TV show
As Alan Sepinwall notes, “where 'The Knick' might have seemed an indescribable wonder even a few years ago — with Soderbergh's extended hands-on involvement such a contrast to, say, Martin Scorsese directing the 'Boardwalk Empire' pilot and then disappearing back to the movie biz — it's now more notable for signaling a change in direction for Cinemax (which until now has focused on well-crafted pulp fiction like 'Strike Back' and ‘Banshee') than it is for the medium as a whole. In a time of abundant greatness, it is very good — and gorgeously shot — but it's not as revolutionary as the men and women whose work it depicts.” PLUS: “The Knick” is the rare TV show that will make you see the world in a different way, it takes advantage of all the things you can do on premium cable, it sets a new record for cable nudity, viewers finally have a reason to watch Cinemax, it’s brain food that also quickens the pulse, how accurate is “The Knick”?, and Soderbergh talks about his approach to “The Knick.”