'The Wiz' Set as NBC's Next Live Musical
In a partnership with Cirque du Soleil to air Dec. 3 before heading to Broadway.
Bravo Orders New 'Housewives' Spinoff, Oxygen and Esquire Partner for Companion Series
Upfront news from the NBCUniversal cable group's lifestyles groups brings a slew of new shows and renewals.
'Killing Jesus' Nabs Nat Geo Ratings Record With 3.7 Million Viewers
The third adaptation of Bill O'Reilly's 'Killing' book series bests its predecessors by 300,000.
'Mortal Instruments' Drama 'Shadowhunters' Goes Straight to Series at ABC Family
Based on the book by Cassandra Clare with 'Helix's' Ed Decter set as showrunner.
'Walking Dead's' Andrew Lincoln: There's a "Storm Brewing"
The actor talks with THR about the events of the season five finale and what to expect from season six.
'Walking Dead' EP: Rick and Morgan's Roles Have Reversed
Gale Anne Hurd also explains why Glenn didn't kill Nicholas in the season five finale.
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'Younger': TV Review
A 40-year-old woman reentering the job market realizes her talents are not appreciated by 20-something recruiters and therefore lies about her age.
'Big Time in Hollywood, FL': TV Review
Two adult slacker brothers, making bad movies and dreaming of Hollywood, get kicked out of their parents' home. Trouble ensues.
‘Sin City Saints': TV Review
Laughs are nonexistent in this streaming sitcom about a Las Vegas expansion basketball team.
'Surviving Marriage': TV Review
Can a marriage be saved via a reality show? Probably not.
‘Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies’: TV Review
Executive producer Ken Burns and director Barak Goodman explore the complicated history of cancer in this three-part PBS docuseries.