Kiefer Sutherland’s new POTUS drama is smart, slick and absolutely gripping.
Lucien and Michael host a special podcast providing an update on the US Election in our absence from weekly episodes.
NBC has announced that Saturday Night Live will kick off its upcoming 42nd season on Oct. 1 with guest host Margot Robbie and musical guest The Weeknd.
Nick Nolte is a Bad Ex-President in this broad, but nonetheless refreshing, new comedy.
After years of anticipation, HBO’s sci-fi/western epic Westworld finally debuts next month, and in this week’s issue we prepare you for the darkest, most epic drama in the network’s history.
After months- no, years- of speculation and anticipation, J.K. Rowling’s long-awaited Patronus quiz has finally arrived on Pottermore! Now you can learn what your Patronus would be in the Wizarding World…
NBC’s new family drama comes with a neat twist, but that’ll hardly sustain a series.
Weeks after the resignation of co-founder Stephen Donnelly from the party, Brian Sheehan has today been appointed as the first General Secretary of the Social Democrats.
Avengers director Joss Whedon has assembled a super-team of Hollywood celebrities to highlight the importance of voter registration (more specifically: to vote against Donald Trump) in a new 3-minute PSA.
Kevin James’ return to TV is really, really bad. But its pilot had one smart joke, so we go easy on it.
After a long wait (caused by a legal issue involving rendered footage), the first trailer for Morten Tyldum’s sci-fi romance Passengers has arrived. The film stars Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt, and is released at Christmas.
The Television Academy revealed the 68th Annual Emmy Awards winners at The Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, on Sunday, September 18 on ABC. Emmy Award-winning live television and event producer Don Mischer executive produced the broadcast, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.
Charmian Carr, the actress and singer who portrayed eldest Von Trapp daughter Liesl in The Sound of Music, has died in California. She was 73.
The 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards air this Sunday on ABC, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, so it’s time for us to make our final predictions in all the important categories for who will win (and who should win) at this year’s ceremony!
Mary Elizabeth Winstead has joined the cast of the third installment of FX‘s Fargo, the limited series from creator Noah Hawley. Winstead (10 Cloverfield Lane, BrainDead) will star alongside the other previously-announced Fargo cast members, Ewan McGregor and Carrie Coon.