If you're already mourning the finales of your favorite Spring shows, not to worry — there's an exciting Summer TV lineup that's sure to fill the void. With the much-anticipated return of Arrested Development, the final season of Breaking Bad, new episodes of True Blood and The Newsroom, plus plenty of brand-new series, you'll have more than enough reasons to keep tuning in. Take a look at the must-see shows coming up this Summer!
More than 50 years after Alfred Hitchcock's most famous villain made his debut in Psycho, audiences are about to get reintroduced to Norman Bates in AMC's thriller Bates Motel. The creepy-looking series made me think: what other TV series started off as films? Quite a few, as it turns out. Check out the most memorable series inspired by feature films before the premiere of Bates Motel on March 18!
Love is crazy. Just ask Silver Linings Playbook's Pat and Tiffany, who literally went nuts over their relationship drama. Or Liz Lemon, who spent seven seasons dating (or running away from) an assortment of loonies before finally nailing down her Mr. Right. We can face some insane ups and downs in our relationships, and the characters we watch on TV and in films often offer pearls of wisdom for navigating the waters of love. Tonight, Hollywood's most talented stars will come together for the SAG Awards to celebrate the best characters of 2012, so in anticipation of the award show, we've gathered some of the most witty, surprising, and poignant love advice from beloved onscreen characters. From hilarious sitcom one-liners to touching movie moments, check out these nominated characters' best love lines for every relationship status!
Showtime stars got together at LA's Chateau Marmont last night to celebrate the network's Golden Globe nominees. The cast of Homeland, including Morena Baccarin, Damien Lewis, Claire Danes, Mandy Patinkin, and more, toasted their best TV series nomination. It was Claire's first public event since giving birth to son Cyrus last month, and she had husband Hugh Dancy by her side for support. She's also up for best actress at today's big event; make sure to fill out your Golden Globes ballot for the chance to win $1,500 and an iPad mini.
Liev Schreiber, who stars in the network's upcoming Ray Donovan, attended with Naomi Watts, who is in the running for best actress. House of Lies's actor Don Cheadle and Episodes' Matt LeBlanc mingled during the dinner despite being up against each other in the best actor in a TV musical or comedy category. Make sure to check back today at 6 p.m. EST/3 p.m. PST for our LIVE red carpet Golden Globes viewing party!
The Golden Globes air tonight, and and it's shaping up to be an exciting race. To get you prepared, we've got all the television nominees here categorized by show. Miniseries Game Change is leading the pack with five nominations, but Homeland is close on its tail. Click through to see what your favorite show has been nominated for, and be sure to check out all the film nominees as well.
Before the winners are announced at this weekend's Golden Globes ceremony, we're making our predictions for who we think will win. We've already made our picks in the movie categories, and now we're moving on to the TV categories. See which small-screen stars we're betting will win on Sunday, and don't forget to make your own Golden Globe picks for a chance to win $1,500 and an iPad mini.
Ah, December. It's such a rich month for movie lovers and TV addicts, as award season prompts the last-minute releases of many Oscar contenders like Django Unchained and networks showcase their festive holiday episodes. We got a long-awaited answer to the name behind Gossip Girl, and Elena and Damon seal the deal on The Vampire Diaries. Let's delve into the month in entertainment!
Who knows what really launched '90s fandom into overdrive this year — besides possibly the return of TeenNick last Summer — but whatever it was, we were feeling the love for the decade of jellies, Lisa Frank, and N*SYNC in 2012. We saw the '90s influence in fashion trends, award shows, technology, entertainment, and products, and let's just say it was bomb.com. As we close out the year, we're looking back at the best '90s flashbacks of 2012. Check them out now, and weigh in on your favorite below!
2012 proved that more and more hilarious comedies are coming from cable networks. Whether you're into over-the-top shows like The League and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia or you prefer the subtleties of Louie, FX had you covered. HBO's Girls surged onto the scene and Showtime's Episodes continued earning steady praise. Which is your favorite cable comedy of the year?
The past year of TV was an exciting one, thanks to the plot twists and crazy character arcs that our favorite series delivered. One TV element that always gets us talking is a shocking death — and there were plenty in 2012. Among the characters we said goodbye to were a sad ad man, a beloved doctor, a shady politician, and victims of a zombie apocalypse. But which of these following TV deaths was the most shocking to you?