The Season 1 episode, which aired 15 years ago this week, shows why 'The Shield' stands as one of TV's best dramas, let alone cop shows.
Daria, the MTV animated comedy that revolved around the smart, deliciously deadpan titular heroine, premiered 20 years ago this month, and while talking and writing about the Beavis & Butthead spinoff has always proven to be a fun dive into ‘90s pop culture, nothing beats simply tuning in. When former Lawndale High football star Tommy Sherman comes back to campus for the dedication of a goal post in his honor, he’s treated like a celebrity by everyone but Daria, who witnesses him insult the current student athletes who worship him, and try to get teen cheerleader Brittany to go back to his hotel room with him.
Gather ‘round children and listen closely as we croon “The Ballad of Rayna James and Deacon Claybourne.” It’s a love song that spanned five seasons of the musical drama Nashville, and — like so many country tunes — ends in tragedy. On the Feb. 23 episode, Rayna departed this earthly plain, survived by her longtime lover (and relatively recent husband), Deacon, as well as their two daughters, Maddie and Daphne. She also left behind a just-completed 16-track album, co-written with Deacon, that told the story of their long, complicated romance. ...
Although the show wrapped up its seven-season run on Feb. 24, 2015 — well before current POTUS even Donald Trump announced his candidacy — it proved remarkably prescient about so much of what unfolded through the 2016 election season, from the mood of the electorate to certain gaffes and foibles committed by both politicians and the media.
To get you in the mood to binge Seasons 1 and 2 online or on demand, creators/stars/best friends Jessica St. Clair (Emma) and Lennon Parham (Maggie) filmed the message above. “Without saying too much, Maggie and Emma go through a really terrifying time in one of their lives. Lennon and I together went through something last year that was so intense, and I will say confidently that I could not have made it through it without my best friend, Lennon.
Sure you could spend the weekend before Halloween prepping your Stranger Things costume. Or, like a real ‘80s teenager, you could save that homework for the last minute, and use those 48 hours to binge on at least one (or more) season of scary TV. With that in mind, we’ve assembled a Halloween lover’s binge guide of past and present shows divided into different categories based on who (or what) scares you.
Yahoo TV has assembled this handy guide to where you can binge each of the Emmy nominees in the Outstanding Drama, Comedy and Limited Series categories, along with our picks for the must-stream episode.
The actress who makes her debut as Claire and Jamie's daughter in the Season 2 finale of 'Outlander' is the star of a web series that you can binge first.
Fifteen years ago this month, David Boreanaz’s soulful bloodsucker Angel drove his vampire-mobile through an interdimensional portal and arrived in a fantasy realm known as Pylea, altering the series' future.
The truth can finally be told: after a 14-year absence, The X-Files returns to the airwaves on Jan. 24 for a six-episode 10th season starring your favorite paranormal investigators, Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson). Additionally, many of the new episodes will be standalone stories, which, frankly, tended to be the more enjoyable X-Files outings anyway, free from all that alien invasion nonsense involving black oil and super soldiers. Want to believe The X-Files can be great again?
Every resident of Downton Abbey has experienced his or her fair share of drama during the show’s run. But few have suffered as many trials and tribulations as Lady Edith Crawley, the preposterously put-upon middle child of the manor’s ruling Crawley clan. Played to brittle perfection by Laura Carmichael, Lady Edith has been beset by so many woes over the show’s five-season run that she’s earned her own Twitter hashtag: #PoorEdith. As the show enters its final season, premiering Jan. 3 on Masterpiece on PBS, Downton Abbey fans are holding out hope that Edith finds a modicum of happiness. ...
Welcome to Streamageddon 2015. This is the weekend that Netflix’s Jessica Jones and Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle face off for the hearts, minds and eyeballs of binge viewers everywhere. With each series clocking in at 13-hour long episodes and 10-hour long episodes respectively, you could potentially start streaming at 8pm tonight and finish both by 8pm Saturday evening…provided you don’t stop to eat, sleep or talk to another human being. Of course, if you do attempt that remarkable (and potentially insane) feat, you’ll be left facing a big question: what do you watch on Sunday?
With primary debate season in full swing on both sides of the aisle, it’s a good time to revisit the ghosts of Presidential candidates past. You know, folks like Mitt Romney, Howard Dean, Paul Tsongas, and Jack Tanner. Don’t remember Jack Tanner? Well, you’re in luck, because his short-lived, problem-plagued campaign to secure the 1988 Democratic nomination is preserved for posterity in HBO’s 11-part documentary series Tanner ’88, currently streaming on Hulu.
This October, Bradley Cooper picks up a chef’s knife for the drama 'Burnt,' set in the high-stakes culinary world. Ten years ago, Cooper donned a white coat and apron to headline 'Kitchen Confidential,' Fox’s half-hour comedy based on the best-selling memoir by rebel chef Anthony Bourdain. It's streaming on Hulu.
Loosely based on the British comedian's life, the series now streaming on Hulu follows Miranda as she navigates always-tricky matters of the heart and co-stars Tom Ellis, soon to become familiar to American TV audiences as the devilish star of Fox’s 'Lucifer.'
On the 10th anniversary of the revival of "Doctor Who," spend some time with the Doctor who brought the show back to life.