'Sharknado' director: We're filling a void left by disappointing summer blockbusters
"Sharknado" director: We're filling a void left by disappointing summer blockbusters
Says director Anthony C. Ferrante: "All these summer movies out there that take themselves way too seriously—some of them are really good—but there's that sense of fun that I think audiences want every once in a while. We try to deliver." PLUS: Watch the full "Sharknado" trailer.
Carla Gugino joins M. Night Shyamalan's Fox event series
She'll play Matt Dillon's ex-Secret Service partner in "Wayward Pines."
"Big Brother" ratings rise again
After the racism and homophobia controversy, "Big Brother's" Wednesday ratings were up 18% from last week.
Letterman's "ESPN's Lowest Rated Show" Top 10 prompts a response from ESPN
ESPN finally responded to its 2nd quarter ratings decline after "The Late Show" Top 10 list.
DirecTV's Kate Walsh-Minka Kelly drama from Neil LaBute gets premiere date
The playwright's "Full Circle" debuts Oct. 9.
"Wild'N Out's" return gives MTV2 its best-ever ratings
About 1.1 million watched "Nick Cannon Presents: Wild'N Out."
"Big Bang Theory" is giving out "Bazinga!" bags with detachable cape
Take a look at the special bags from Comic-Con.
Check out "Elementary" filming in London
Crowds were told they were filming "a US TV show."
Jimmy Kimmel takes "A Look Hasselback" at Elisabeth's time on "The View"
Goodbye to "our TV friend, Liz."
See the "Grimm" zombie
Here's David Giuntoli in zombified makeup.
"Game of Thrones'" "King Joffrey" kisses a puppy
Is Jack Gleeson trying to rehabilitate his character's image?
Charlie Sheen name-drops Jon Cryer in his child support filing
Sheen used his former "Two and a Half Men" co-star as an example to stop supporting ex Brooke Mueller. PLUS: Sheen searches for the Loch Ness monster in Scotland.