What better way to get people stoked for your TV show about a robot uprising than to have a robot chat up (and sort of threaten) a bunch of bar patrons?
If these shows' themes were actually played so beautifully on a classical guitar, we would be okay with the actual show never starting if it meant we got to keep listening to these sweet tunes.
The best "Saturday Night Live" sketch in ages was a bizarre "Les Misérables" homage that recalled the show’s glory days.
Which robot is the best robot?
They all follow the same basic formula: A family (it's always a family) is suddenly presented with an opportunity to go to Walt Disney World (it's nearly always Walt Disney World).
Stephen has been skewering Fox News talking heads like Hannity since the days of "The Colbert Report," but we're pretty sure we've never seen him this happy.
He's definitely met cats (we've all seen "Meet The Parents") but dogs? Huh. Well, Mr. De Niro, you're in for a treat.
Critics have seen the first five episodes of the new season. Is "Westworld" wilder than ever, or are fans in for another season of "Oops! All Twists"-television? Here's what the reviews say.
Aubrey Plaza talks about trying to explain what Legion is about and what music she listened to in preparation for the show, and she reveals the results of he...
Between Cheryl Blossom's daymares, Jughead's angsty soliloquies and all the talk of serpents, blood, chaos and turmoil, the characters of Riverdale exist in a heightened theatrical realm not unlike the tumultuous worlds of Shakespearean theater.
John Mulaney hosts Saturday Night Live on April 14, 2018.
Apparently even if you've successfully spelled out "FLAMENCO DANCE LESSONS," you still have to pronounce it correctly. Sorry, Jonny.
Don't make a sound. Mose hears everything on the beet farm.
Everyone should've seen this coming.
The fab five help men go from schlubs to schlubs who can make almond butter toast.
My favorite "Simpsons" car: the strange, tiny car from a no-longer-extant country that a man named Crazy Vaclav tries to sell Homer in the famous "Mr. Plow" episode.
The fifth season proves Miller was only holding the series' terrific ensemble back.
"The Dinner Party" was the most brilliantly excruciating episode of "The Office." John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, Ed Helms and more look back on its 10th anniversary.
On last night's episode, Lisa and Marge acknowledged that the show's only South Asian character is "politically incorrect" but then asked, "What can you do?" This response seems to have satisfied absolutely no one.
Drag queens are changing the world, and young women can't stop watching.
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