Julia Stiles replaces Neve Campbell TNT’s 'Guilt By Association'
Julia Stiles replaces Neve Campbell TNT’s “Guilt By Association”
She’ll play a deputy DA in the drama from O.J. Simpson prosecutor Marcia Clark.
“NCIS” hits Episode 250 tonight — why does it still get no respect?
The CBS drama was huge last week, topping “Scandal,” “The Walking Dead” and “American Idol.” Yet it remains the Rodney Dangerfield of TV shows.
“The Simpsons” recreates Ellen’s Oscar selfie
Check out the “wider view" with Homer Simpson.
“Daily Show” newbie Jordan Klepper auditioned Thursday, was hired on Monday
"I auditioned on Thursday and I got the news then that I would be starting on Monday,” Klepper tells EW. “They said, ‘Bring your suit, just in case,’ and I’m glad I did, because I wore my one suit on air that night. It was really quick. They had a piece that fit and everybody is so pro here I could kind of slide in and work with the writers and figure out how to make this thing work in just a few hours.”
Mayor Rob Ford returns to Toronto applauding his Kimmel interview -- his backers say he was bullied
"That was a walk in the park compared to you guys,” the Toronto mayor told the media upon his arrival. "I'm getting a lot of support. Was it a tough interview? Sure it was," said Ford. "I knew I was going into the lion's den.” Meanwhile, Jimmy Kimmel was accused of disrespecting and even “bullying” the mayor by Ford's supporters. PLUS: Kimmel looked out of his depth, and Kimmel was following in Letterman’s footsteps in forcing a real conversation. UPDATE: Kimmel denies apologizing to Ford, despite what the mayor's brother says.
TBS orders barbershop comedy “Clipsters” from the creators of “Will & Grace”
David Kohan and Max Mutchnick’s latest project has a lot of “buzz.”
Watch the first marijuana commercial that premiered last night on cable
The ad for MarijuanaDoctors.com debuted on CNN, Comedy Central, History and A&E.
Matthew McConaughey: I wrote a 450-page graph on “True Detective’s” Rustin Cohle
McConaughey revealed the four stages of his “True Detective” character to Rolling Stone, saying: ""I just basically broke it down and made a 450-page graph of where Cohle was and where he was coming from.” PLUS: “True Detective” meets “Law & Order,” “True Detective” meets “Cheers,” how Louisiana inspired “True Detective,” and the mystifying Kurt Vonnegut connection.
“House of Cards” isn’t really that big in China
It's mostly watched by the country's influential people.
Watch the Starz trailer for “Power,” the drug kingpin drama from 50 Cent
Omari Hardwick plays a successful nightclub owner who’s living a double life as a drug kingpin.
Why do viewers still watch TV live?
Has social media created resistance to devices like the DVR?
Why “HIMYM” is doing the right thing
Last night’s developments could be great for the show. PLUS: Don’t do it, “HIMYM!,” the journey has been pretty crummy lately and the destination is the only hope for saving “HIMYM,” and why it’s likely a twist.
“Elementary” reruns are fetching $2.7 million an episode
Streaming websites have led to rising prices in the syndication aftermarket.
Michaela Watkins talks being fired from “SNL” and becoming “Trophy Wife’s” breakout star
Watkins says she was told by Lorne Michaels that he could see her having her own show.
“Hawaii Five-0” nabs a Bollywood starlet
Mallika Sherawat canceled an appearance at Oxford to film her “Hawaii” guest role.
TruTv greenlights “Friends of the People,” a sketch comedy show
“Friends” will include man-on-the-street interviews and sketches like “Tracy Morgan Freeman.”
Why “House of Cards” is “The West Wing’s” younger cousin, not its polar opposite
The two shows are a lot alike, says Jordan Fraade. "What 'House of Cards' does is re-imagine this fantasyland so that it speaks to the perceptions of Millennial,” Fraade explains. "The divide between the two shows isn’t ideological; it’s generational."
Why can’t “True Detective’s” Michelle Monaghan land better roles?
Monaghan is frequently in interesting projects, but in underwritten roles.
Stana Katic talks about the "Castle” surprise
"It was an emotional trigger for her to (revisit) that part of her history,” she says.
See the first image from Lena Dunham’s Archie Comics stint
The “Girls” honcho has been called a “stunning fit” for the brand.
“The Sopranos” creator David Chase and Steve Buscemi aren’t fans of binge-watching
Chase and Buscemi chatted last night about TV antiheroes, and the recent binging trend. "I haven't gotten into it,” says Buscemi. "My wife and I have watched a couple things that way. I get it. It's nice not to wait. But if I watch three or four episodes in a row, it kind of makes me fuzzy. I can't remember what happened in each episode. There's something frustrating to me about that."
Larry King once took part in a newspaper photo session while wearing a hotel bathrobe
He was also smoking a cigarette for his 1986 San Francisco Chronicle interview, conducted by Ben Fong-Torres of “Almost Famous” fame.
How to totally screw “The Bachelor” on “The Women Tell All”
"The great thing about the Women Tell All is that it’s a temporarily democratic enterprise, of the scorned, by the jilted, for the broken,” says Mark Lisanti. "The usual himbocracy puppet regime that has concentrated all the power in the hands of one rose-hoarding figurehead and his shadowy, Cheneyesque wingman has been suspended in the name of heightened televised drama.” PLUS: The bachelorettes never hated on “The Bachelor” like this.
Animal Planet renews “Pit Bulls & Parolees”
The animal rescue show will be back for a 6th season.
Lea Michele would like “Glee” to spin her off
"Let's do it,” she tells Seventeen magazine. "I think it could be Rachel living in New York and working on Broadway!"
TV ad reunites “Airplane!” stars
Watch Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Robert Hays promote Wisconsin tourism.
“Bates Motel” up in its return, especially among younger viewers
Are older viewers ditching the series due to their familiarity with “Psycho”? PLUS: “Bates Motel” has no right to be this entertaining.
“Carson on TCM” returns tonight
Conan O’Brien has a whole bunch of new clips, including Lucille Ball and Bob Hope.