Today in show business news: Johnny Depp might be appearing in Into the Woods, The CW spins off more vampires, and Kristen Wiig returns to SNL.
We've got romance between humans and aliens, X-Men-like superheroes, and a tale about a young Mary Queen of Scots. Here are all the details from the fifth network's big reveal, with a first glimpse of your newest guilty pleasure and first-look video clips.
Towards the end of a CW special that featured a wax-figurine Ryan Seacrest, some celebrities of questionable status, and a lot of the rat-pack schtick, the omnipresent singer debuted a genuinely interesting and surprisingly emotional music video.
The CW has always struggled with creating real people. And yet somehow, on a show about the young Carrie Bradshaw, of all things, they pulled it off — and kept it up. And that has made The Carrie Diaries, surprisingly, one of the best new things on TV.
Word comes today that NBC has canceled its first-year veterinary sitcom
Monkey Hospital Ape ER Dr. Doolittle's Wonderful, Blunderful ICU Animal Practice after weeks of poor ratings. What other shows are in danger? Let's take a look.
If you can't stomach another damn debate tonight, fear not, there are other television options at 9pm. And, odd as it may sound, we recommend you check out the series premiere of The CW's Emily Owens, M.D., a cloying on the surface, charming on the inside little series about a young doctor.
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