"The Sound of Music Live!" has become the new definition of "hate-watching."
With Thursday's debut of "The Sound of Music Live!," NBC just might resurrect the live musical broadcast.
As one of the stars of HGTV's "Curb Appeal," Bill Beckwith had a solid fan base.
NBC has ordered a second season of "The Blacklist," its hit drama that stars James Spader as a world-renowned terrorist.
After a day of giving thanks, eating turkey, and watching TV with the family, a common impulse is to get out of the house and go shopping. Just kidding! Instead of braving the Black Friday brawls, sit back and relax with even more TV marathons. (That's what Cyber Monday is for, isn't it?) Standouts include complete(-ish) sets of favorite franchises such as Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Wars, and Star Trek, as well as guilty-pleasure reality series like House Hunters International and Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta.
"Glee" fans, affectionately known as Gleeks, will finally get the chance to directly impact what happens on the musical series, now in its fifth season.
If there were one holiday that was tailor-made for sitting on the couch and indulging in a marathon of your favorite show, it would be Thanksgiving.
"Family Guy" fans are not letting Brian Griffin go gently into the night.
It's a shame what "Family Guy" has done to its dog.
Sunday night's American Music Awards seemed much tamer than many of the other awards shows lately, despite having the promise of host rapper Pitbull to ABC that "I hope you got that delay button ready; we're going to have a lot of fun."
For Miley Cyrus' 21st birthday on Saturday, she's getting the keys to MTV.
This "Super Fun Night" casting is, frankly, super fun.
The bad news: Emmy-award winning comedian John Oliver is leaving "The Daily Show," where he's been serving as a correspondent since 2006.
Mariah Carey is clarifying her feelings about working on Fox's "American Idol."
For the first time ever, pioneering MTV reality series "The Real World" is changing its format.
Just call it the real-life "Entourage" ... with extra cheese.
The CW just gave every one of its freshman dramas a full-season order.
For the sixth straight year, Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will cohost the CMA Awards, airing tonight at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. (See our predictions for who we think will win, and who we'd vote for.)
ABC's '90s sitcom "Boy Meets World" had one of the best TV bromances of our time, but the bond between Ben Savage's Cory Matthews and Rider Strong's Shawn Hunter wasn't part of the original plan.
Emily Wickersham is joining "NCIS" full-time.
Has nothing been learned from "Ironside?"
Ellie Kemper is officially returning to NBC.
Here's a few new names coming to NBC's breakout hit "The Blacklist" this season. The show has booked the following guest stars for an upcoming episode:
The next step after exposing the world of male strip clubs? Descending into a bordello-themed New Orleans nightclub, naturally.
Ask Gavin MacLeod about virtually anybody, and he'll have something nice to say.
"Breaking Bad's" Walter White has been off the air since late September, but his legacy is still looming over Albuquerque, New Mexico, where the series was set and filmed.
Fall TV can be so hit ... or miss.
After 21 years of arrests with a side of wisecracks, Detective John Munch will retire Wednesday night on "Law and Order: SVU."
Now that Amy Poehler and Tina Fey have secured their spot on the Golden Globes stage through 2015, what do they have to say about how things went last year and what audiences can expect in the future? Well, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association talked with Poehler this morning about her initial hosting experience and what her job as co-host really means.
Scoop on the Bones wedding (and honeymoon)! Fresh Arrow dish that hits the target! And some answers on how NCIS: LA will deal with a real-life baby twist. All that and more in this week's Spoiler Room.
The comedy gods have smiled on the world once again.
Which came first, the troubles or the fame?
Watching the season 4 premiere of The Walking Dead, it was easy to imagine you had fallen into a Rick Grimes-esque coma and missed a few shows. When did Andrew Lincoln's much-tortured cop become so handy with a hoe? When was David Morrissey's depth perception-challenged maniac The Governor going to make an appearance? And, perhaps most bewilderingly, when did it become okay for Carol to call Daryl "Pookie"?
It's not been an excellent year on television for LGBT characters.
On Thursday night, "Glee" bid farewell to a beloved actor and character.
Late last year, news broke that The Simpsons were going to turn a decades-old spec script written by Judd Apatow into an episode.
Love him or hate him, Kanye West will always be himself -- especially when he's burying the hatchet with Jimmy Kimmel.
"Breaking Bad" musical? Eh, we've seen that before. But a "Breaking Bad" opera? Now that's something we didn't expect.
In "Johnny Carson," the late-night legend's lawyer Henry Bushkin writes of his decades with the comedian, covering "Tonight Show" secrets, partying in Vegas, and helping Carson break into his second wife's apartment.
Have you picked your jaws up off the floor yet, Gladiators? If so, well done.
It's all part of the plan.
[SPOILER ALERT: If you haven't seen Breaking Bad's series finale, stop reading now.]
A premiere date has been set for Rihanna's fashion competition series, "Styled to Rock."
"Breaking Bad" fans are staring into their post-Walter White life with mixed emotions.
[SPOILER ALERT: Stop reading if you have not watched tonight's series finale of Breaking Bad, titled "Felina." Major plot spoilers ahead.]
Five years. Sixty-two episodes. One big, presumably bloody finale.
The second season of the Showtime hit "Homeland" ended with an explosive finale that left the CIA headquarters in shambles and a former war hero on the run, suspected of setting a bomb that killed 219 innocent people.
Michael J. Fox's return to TV with NBC's "The Michael J. Fox Show" is an exciting and inspiring move -- there's no argument there.
For sheer inspirational value, it will be hard to top one of this fall's new TV series, "The Michael J. Fox Show."
Just two weeks after plans were announced for a "Breaking Bad" spinoff, series creator Vince Gilligan has inked a deal to create another TV show.
Fox chose an auspicious moment to greenlight a Batman prequel show.
One of the most-anticipated new shows of the fall season, "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," is now also the highest-rated drama debut in almost four years.
When "Game of Thrones" returns with season four, Kit Harington's Jon Snow is going to look a little different.
"Modern Family creator" Steve Levitan said Sunday night's Emmys were a buzz-kill due to producers over-stuffing the ceremony with tributes to fallen celebrities.
If you missed Sunday night's 65th Primetime Emmy Awards, don't worry -- we can bring you up to speed.
Between "Breaking Bad," "House of Cards," "Homeland" and its respective stars, the 2013 Emmys race was tight.
It's almost like they read our minds!
On a wild night of upsets at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards, virtually nothing seemed to be going "Breaking Bad's" way.
With the Emmy Awards this weekend, it's time for the predictions.
In 1995, Kerry Washington had just launched her career.
Jess may be in a new relationship with Nick, but an eligible bachelor is about to catch her eye. His name? Taye Diggs.
Still craving a piece of (or some closure from) The Office since it ended this past May? Now's your chance to own parts of the show ? used parts, no less.
Call them the "Meh-mmys."
The final season of "Mad Men" will be expanded to 14 episodes, but you'll only get half of it next year. AMC announced today that it will split the seventh season of the Madison Avenue-in-the-'60s drama into two parts, with the first half airing in spring 2014 and the second half debuting in spring 2015.
Something looked a little different on Monday night's 17th season premiere of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars."
"Sleepy Hollow" gives the Headless Horseman a shotgun, and the shotgun appears to fire explosive rounds. In the first half hour, three people get their heads cut off.
Is the new Fox series "Dads" a dud?
Parkinson's disease has changed a lot about Michael J. Fox's life -- but it's not all been for the worse, the actor tells senior writer Brian Hiatt in interviews for Rolling Stone's latest cover story.
It's hard to believe, but TV veteran Bob Newhart has just snagged his very first Emmy.
After nearly a week of high-heeled dancing, Vaseline-covered teeth, and skillfully concealed hostility, the glitter has finally settled over Atlantic City ? and 24-year-old Nina Davuluri of Syracuse, New York has been named the latest in a long line of all-American beauty queens. Davuluri isn't just the second consecutive pageant winner from the Empire State ? she's also the first woman of Indian descent to snag the crown.
Ready to feel old?
Arsenio Hall made history in the early '90s as the first national African-American late night TV talk show host.
Second-time Emmys host Neil Patrick Harris isn't just an actor, singer, dancer, director, writer, child stardom survivor, evil genius, amateur puppeteer, and magic enthusiast ? he's also a seasoned awards show producer with three Tony telecasts and the 2009 Emmys already under his belt.
"Will & Grace" star Sean Hayes is leading the way again.
"Dancing With the Stars" is facing its biggest test this fall.
"American Idol" now has its panel of judges for next season.
It's season 17 and I for one am still feeling aliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiive! Sort of. That's a lot of i's.
There aren't really any rules when it comes to celebrating Labor Day. Some people like to enjoy their last days of summer with a beach trip, and others like to use their Monday off to never change out of their pajamas. We're not here to judge. But what we are here to do is give you your all-day TV marathon options, just in case you like to celebrate in front of the TV.
Through the years we've seen her umbrella, her apartment, and even her foot.
Beau Willimon has learned a key characteristic to succeeding in both politics and entertainment: not revealing too much.
NBC and The CW weren't able to get their Wonder Woman projects off the ground, but CBS' "Two and a Half Men" is bringing the original warrior princess back to primetime.
There was no sleep in Brooklyn -- well, at least not at the Brooklyn Barclays Center -- as the MTV Video Music Awards handed out the prizes for 2013.
He commanded fear and respect as a hitman/fixer on "Breaking Bad," and now he will command fear and respect as... a community college professor. Jonathan Banks will appear in 11 episodes of "Community"'s fifth season, EW has learned.
Kris Jenner worked her magic ? and familial connections, of course ? to land an interview with the typically media-shy Kanye West, the father of her granddaughter North. Kanye stopped by the set of Kris on Monday to tape an hour-long interview that will air this week.
Sunday night marked the first time we've heard from Lindsay Lohan since her most recent stint in rehab, in her eagerly awaited pow wow with Oprah Winfrey.
Assuming you've got two ears and a heart, chances are you loved The Colbert Report's star-studded "Get Lucky" dance party video ? which Stephen Colbert debuted after explaining that Daft Punk's skittish Frenchmen had abruptly canceled a scheduled appearance on his show.