Brian Tyree Henry revisits Season 1 of "Atlanta" and his memorable guest turn on "This Is Us" — and why those shows make him proud.
"The Mist" star Morgan Spector talks about how the original concept of the monster-filled mist has been expanded and morphed for the small screen, as have the characters.
"Every step of bringing this show to the screen has been personal," Pamela Adlon says, half-laughing and half-sighing. "No pressure, right?"
Nora Felder, music supervisor on Netflix's "Stranger Things," explains why securing Peter Gabriel's cover of David Bowie's "Heroes" was so special.
There’s definitely something strange in this neighborhood. For one, Midnight, Texas sits on a veil between the land of the living and hell, and that veil is unfortunately growing thinner by the day. That kind of spooky geography apparently attracts a certain kind of denizen not to mention creates some
Bruce Gilbert, music supervisor on Amazon's 'Transparent,' revisits Ali's nitrous trips and Shelly singing "Hand In My Pocket."
'Girls' music supervisor Manish Raval on securing the first use of Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car," a new Robyn song, and a thank you from Paul McCartney.
Milo Ventimiglia revisits one of his favorite moments from Season 1 of 'This Is Us' in our Emmy video series 'My Scene to Remember.'
It’s a common piece of advice in English-professor, author, and scriptwriter circles, and after binge-watching the brilliant second season of Master of None and doing a little digging, we can see that it is clearly a nugget of wisdom that creators Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang heed often. From hiring Ansari
Bachelor Nation, Chris Harrison wants to apologize. Sort of. “If we upset or offended anybody by ruining the outcome of a few rose ceremonies by announcing the next Bachelorette earlier than usual, I’m sorry for that,” the host tells Yahoo TV of the show’s decision to name Rachel Lindsay as the next
Titus Welliver talks the evolution of TV's character actors as 'Bosch' returns for its third season on Amazon Prime.
Warning: This interview contains spoilers from the Season 2 finale, "We Have Brought You Little Cakes," of 'The Magicians.'
Things aren't likely to get tied up in neat little bows in tonight's Season 2 finale. But is there hope for Margo and Eliot's friendship?
There's a reason Ron Cephas Jones makes our list of TV's Top 20 Character Actors Working Today. He takes us inside his Emmy-worthy portrayal of William on 'This Is Us.'
The Droughtlander is far from over, but the first Outlander Season 3 teaser trailer should whet fans’ whistles with its glimpses of Frank and Claire’s sixties life and looks, Jamie’s post-Culloden lover-less years (which thank god had no lasting effects on his chiseled chest), and Clamie’s gorgeous ginger
With this episode, the Grimm gang (and viewers) is really starting to see the forest for the trees — literally and figuratively — when it comes to Skullface’s evil master plan. Nick returns home from work, and Adalind is laying in wait. To aid her effort, Adalind comes clean about Diana’s involvement
Co-creators Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt conjured up a list of nine questions they’d always wanted to ask the show’s devoted followers, which we passed along to viewers, and more than 250 Grimmaniacs from at least four countries answered via the comments section and email. DAVID GREENWALT AND JIM KOUF
Simon Pegg needn’t be jealous even though Nick Frost, his constant collaborator, has a new on-screen bestie thanks to his new gig on AMC’s "Into the Badlands."
We know it’s hard to hear, but the sad truth is there are a mere four episodes, including tonight’s installment, left before Grimm and its collection of creatures and cops call it quits. (At least until, fingers crossed, Netflix or some other network reopens the book on this fractured fairy tale.) Maybe
Since being “healed” by the mystery branch, dragged into an alternative dimension by a dead dude with a superstrong grip, and scribbling ancient symbols into tunnel walls in a trance state, Eve/Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) has been lobbying the gang to be proactive in protecting themselves against the supernatural