Seth MacFarlane to Star in Live-Action Space Dramedy Series for Fox
The network has handed out a straight-to-series 13-episode order for the hourlong project.
'Grey's Anatomy' Stars Negotiating New Contracts
Leading lady Ellen Pompeo as well as five of her co-stars are in talks to return to the ABC medical drama.
'Game of Thrones': Michael McElhatton Reflects on Roose Bolton's Legacy and Red Wedding Memories
The wicked Warden of the North's death mirrors his traitorous turn against Robb Stark.
Sheri Salata Exits as OWN Co-President
'The Oprah Winfrey Show' veteran will launch her own brand innovation agency. Erik Logan will remain president of the cabler.
'Game of Thrones' Star Carice Van Houten on Melisandre's Old and New Tricks
Is Melisandre finished with her crisis of faith? The actress talks with THR about what's to come after the big Jon Snow twist.
TNT Orders 'Foreign Bodies' Travel Dramedy Series
From Channel 4, Eleven and Entertainment One, the series was created by actor-writer Tom Basden and stars Ade Oyefesco and Anders Hayward.
- "Loose Cannon" and a "Rigged Deal": Trump, Clinton Spar in the Media
- Ecstasy Drama 'The Rush' in the Works at E!
- Delia Fine, Emmy-Winning Former Producer for A&E, Dies at 64
- Natalie Morales Named Co-Host of 'Access Hollywood' and 'Access Hollywood Live'
- Nicolas Noxon, Emmy-Winning Documentarian, Dies at 79
- 'Family Guy' Skewers "Dumb Loudmouth" Donald Trump in Emmy Campaign
Ecstasy Drama 'The Rush' in the Works at E!
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'Flowers': TV Review
Olivia Colman and Julian Barratt star in a twisted British comedy from NBCUniversal's new subscription streaming comedy channel Seeso.
'Houdini & Doyle': TV Review
Nothing really works or makes much sense in Fox's new show about Harry Houdini and Arthur Conan Doyle.
'Game of Thrones' Season 6 Premiere: TV Review
Even without George R.R. Martin's books, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss deliver a strong table-setting premiere to season 6 of the HBO hit.
'Veep' Season 5: TV Review
If there's a better comedy on television, tell that to 'Veep' as the gold standard and HBO favorite enters season 5 on fire.
'All the Way': TV Review
HBO's LBJ telefilm, directed by Jay Roach, boasts a great Bryan Cranston performance but is hampered by an unfocused second half.