Whatever Erick Erickson thinks he knows about the animal kingdom, he’s got a lot to learn about dominant females among the species of Fox.
The network defends the long-running show against charges made in an upcoming book
Even if it didn’t make you hate this country, Tuesday’s vote showed that The Voice is not, after all, always just about the voice.
Season 4 has some big payoffs and some big problems. But Mitch Hurwitz’s Netflix experiment is more interesting than a movie sequel would probably be
A few new reality-TV offerings take a look at what happens when the wedding-show story ends
The Bachelorette now has more tools than Home Depot
Peggy waves a knife around, Betty waves her arms around, Ted and Don wave their manhood around, and Joan and Bob Benson do the Beach Blanket Boogie.
Today’s donkeys and elephants could learn a lot from that show with the lions, direwolves and dragons.
The answer is: Yes, whoever signed the office up for this sleazy show. The problem is: that ain’t gonna happen.
The genre that was supposed to be the death of civilized society has become—at least some of it—the best primetime programming for parents to watch with kids.
As Arrested Development comes back from the dead, its creator talks about the “Rubik’s Cube” that is the new season, working with Netflix, and choosing to bleep out the swear words.
Pitbull and Psy performed. And somebody took home a Mirrorball Trophy.
Executive producer, narrator—and, in the new episodes, guest star—Ron Howard talks about bringing the show back from the dead