Polyamorous dolphins, ducks that redirect sperm, and the art of seduction leading to blood-sucking bedbugs. That’s what people want to watch Isabella Rossellini re-enact evidently!
Maybe you’re smooth like James Bond; tough and tender like Sydney Bristow; or perhaps you are intense and a bit reckless like Ethan Hunt.
Orange Is the New Black has more than its share of intense female personalities. Wonder if you’re more like Piper or Crazy Eyes? Take this quiz to find out who you’d be at Litchfield Penitentiary.
For years, James Bond was basically the spy when it came to movies. The only question was whether you preferred James Connery or Roger Moore. How times have changed (and not just because Daniel Craig entered the scene). The number of cool spies on screen has increased enough to populate an entire secret agency, capable of handling everything from amnesia recovery (The Bourne Identity) to skilled acrobatics (Mission Impossible). So which is your favorite? Vote below.
Sitcom super-producer Chuck Lorre (Two and a Half Men, Mom) stopped to snap a picture of the crowd on his phone before joining The Big Bang Theory’s very funny cast including Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco and more on BEHIND THE STORY.
RECTIFY star Bruce McKinnon, who plays Ted Sr. on the show, gave us a sneak peek into Season 3 and shared exactly why the cast has such a special bond.
Everyone wants to be a comic book superhero, right? The hard question is: Which one? Well, know we know because the you took the quiz and the results are in! Find out if Batman, Wolverine, Aquaman or Spider-Man is the ultimate hero.
The complex characters of AMC’s “Mad Men” struggle with all the big questions of the ’60s–and with life, each other and the shifting realities of the times–with varying degrees of success. Every character has their own pitfalls and triumphs, but who would you be in the series?
Melissa Bernstein, executive producer of RETCIFY, “Better Call Saul” and “Halt and Catch Fire,” shared with us the biggest surprise in RECTIFY so far, what she most looks forward to about Season 3 and how Saul Goodman would have handled Daniel’s case.
Twins are often made to seem like creepy twosomes in the movies and on TV, but in real life, there are lots of twin stories that are hilarious, cool–and oftentimes, too outrageous to be believed. Here are 10 of our favorite funny, funky and amazing stories about identical twins.
SundanceTV announced today the greenlight of a new original non-fiction series CLOSE UP WITH THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, produced in partnership with The Hollywood Reporter. The series will be comprised of 14 one-hour episodes, with the first seven episodes beginning Sunday, August 2nd at 11:00 a.m. ET/PT…
From start to finish, THE RED ROAD‘s action-packed second season kept us on the edge of our seats, but which episode was your favorite? Read the recaps then vote in the poll below.
In the aftermath of the shootout with the Albanians, Harold is hailed as a hero and promoted while Phillip is sent back to prison for violating parole.
A year later, tensions between the tribal community and neighboring townspeople are at a high as both groups wait for the government to officially recognize the tribe and bar public access to the mountains where they live. Mac has taken Phillip’s place as the mentor figure in Junior’s life.
With the Season 3 premiere date of RECTIFY just announced, we thought it was time to catch up with series star Abigail Spencer (Amantha). The actress filled us in on her favorite moment in Season 2, what her “Mad Men” character meant to the series and how she landed her new role in “True Detective.”
Need more incentive not to stray from THE RED ROAD (as if the previous 6 ways were not enough)? How about in-depth interviews with the series’ all star cast?
Are you an awkward intellectual like Sheldon or do you have metrosexual tendencies like Raj? Find out which of he Big Bang Theory characters you are by taking this simple quiz.
TV Guide’s Mike Schneider introduces the outstanding cast of Mad Men on this week’s BEHIND THE STORY.
Over the course of two seasons, you laughed, cried, learned and loved with PUSH GIRLS. Auti, Angela, Chelsie, Tiphany, Mia and Chelsie created lasting bonds and countless memories as they navigated friendship, romance, and employment. But let’s face it—we all have our favorite PUSH GIRLS moment. Here are the top 5 videos, as decided by YouTube.
The highly anticipated RECTIFY Season 3 will premiere Thu., Jul. 9 10/9c.
“The New York Times” and others are getting excited about SundanceTV’s newest international drama DEUTSCHLAND 83. The “spy-soap” series will be the first German-language TV series aired on a US network, and it’s been building a steady buzz. Here’s why it’s must-see TV.
From Maggie Gyllenhaal's Golden Globe Award for her role as Nessa Stein, to the series being honored with a Peabody Award, THE HONORABLE WOMAN has been collecting accolades and awards since it debuted. Writer and director Hugo Blick shared with us his inspiration for Nessa Stein's character, his hopes for the series and exactly when he came up with the final twist.
Michael Schneider is the executive editor, “TV Guide” magazine, a “Franklin Avenue” blogger, and a host of KCRW’s “The Spin-Off.” And as if all that didn’t keep him busy enough, he took the time to interview the cast of “Mad Men,” including Jon Hamm, Elisabeth Moss and Christina Hendricks, for BEHIND THE STORY, airing Fri., May 15 at 11/10c on SundanceTV. Here he shares what he learned about the cast and his favorite moments from the seven seasons of the show.
The year was 1983. The Police and Michael Jackson ruled the music charts. On the small screen, we said goodbye to M*A*S*H and hello to Fraggle Rock. And at the cineplex, we got to see some of the best movies of our time. In honor of a crazy year with even crazier movies, here’s a list of some of our favorites 1983 films for you to remember.
Janet McTeer is no stranger to awards shows with Oscar nominations (“Tumbleweed,” “Albert Nobbs”), an Emmy nomination (“Into the Storm”), and a Golden Globe win (“Tumbleweeds”).
On the heels of his Critics’ Choice Award nomination, we sat down with RECTIFY’s Aden Young to talk about all the attention the show’s been getting, his on-set spiritual mentor and what he’s learned from playing Daniel Holden.