Yahoo Entertainment read through the entire SDCC 2018 schedule for you and picked the 50 film and TV panels that have us most excited. Take a peek at our list, and we'll see you in line in San Diego.
"In October, I will marry a heterosexual man," she writes. "We’ll make vows that I will take very seriously—till death do us part. But I’ll be bi till the day I die, baby, and I vow to myself to always sing that truth."
"It’s our house, and I wasn’t going to let him come into our house and disrespect the crew, the other actors, myself," said the actress who plays Rosa Diaz.
Captain Holt reveals that the NYPD is shutting down some precincts, and Amy is surprised to learn that her ex-boyfriend Teddy is the auditor sent to the Nine-Nine.
There are very few celebrities you’d want to invite into your home for four consecutive nights, but the CW made a wise choice when they invited Terry Crews to help families zhuzh up their holiday celebrations in the four-night, five-hour special Terry Crews Saves Christmas.
There’s one thing everyone can usually agree on at the Thanksgiving dinner table — the sides are the best part. In that spirit, Yahoo TV is using the holiday to honor the supporting players that have made watching TV this year a delicious treat.
Don't panic: Sure, Halloween's just a week away, but we've got you covered with a round-up of last-minute — OK, last-week — costume ideas inspired by some of your favorite TV types. From BoJack and his pals, the Seinfeld four, and a pair of Friends to a prison diva, an apocalypse baddie, and a Cinnabon slinger, here are our suggestions for quick and fun get-ups that pay homage to some of TV land's best.
‘Freaks and Geeks’ Bill Haverchuck as Jaime Sommers The Bionic Woman His fellow trick-or-treaters may have been unimpressed with Bill's get-up, but this easily hovers near the top of our list of our all-time favorite TV character Halloween costumes. Martin Starr's performance as the comically low-key Bill was always brilliant, but never more so than the scene in which he imagines what Jaime Sommers would wear, carefully applies her makeup (complete with a tissue blotting of the lips after putting on lipstick), carries on a phone conversation, as Jaime, with imaginary Oscar Goldman, and turns down a marriage proposal from Steve "The Six Million Dollar Man" Austin. God, we still miss this show. (Credit: NBC
Halloween 2016 is on the horizon, and the treats far outweigh the tricks ? on primetime, anyway. This year, the networks have scared up a lineup of spooky sitcom episodes, bone-chilling programming blocks, and other frightful fare that will take you all the way up to Old Hallows' Eve. Click through this slideshow to see how Dr.
New Girl Brooklyn 99 Are Crossing Over, Awkwardly In a TV-time-honored attempt to goose the ratings of a couple of shows in need of a goosing, Fox has declared Tuesday night’s episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and New Girl a “crossover event.” The casts do indeed cross over, but the result barely qualifies as an event. The show shows are time-period neighbors, so Brooklyn Nine-Nine is up first, with a main plot that involves the precinct coping with exhaustion and sagging morale at pulling the night shift. Also, Andy Samberg does a lot of slapstick work as his Jake copes with a limp and a cane.
As we enter Emmy season — nomination voting runs through June 27 — Yahoo TV spotlighted performances, writing, and other contributions that we feel deserve recognition. Emmy nominations will be announced July 14. The Emmy Awards will air live Sept. 18 on ABC.
Throughout Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s third season, viewers may or may not have noticed producers hiding the real-life pregnancy of co-star Melissa Fumero (Amy) in the traditional TV ways.
Never mind what Marty McFly says. In our opinion, it’s totally cool to be chicken. March 19 marks National Poultry Day, and we’re seizing the opportunity to celebrate some of our current favorite TV chickens. Not actual fowl, of course, although there are plenty of those to be found on the airwaves.
If turkey has its own holiday, then pizza definitely deserves one. Round, square, deep-dish, thin crust, plain cheese, the works — however you like it, pizza is a thing of beauty (and deliciousness). Our national obsession with pizza is reflected on television, where characters order in or dine out, flirt with delivery boys (or girls), and even make their own pies (remember Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place?). So, in honor of Pizza Day — which really should be Pizza Decade — here are 10 TV moments when the pie reigned supreme