Jimmy had to get a little suggestive to illustrate the term “Pirate’s Booty” in a game of Virtual Reality Pictionary.
This is the life! We're already planning our Friday nights around Life in Pieces, so ahead of the Season 2 premiere we handed over out Instagram account to stars Thomas Sadoski and Angelique Cabral, who play newly engaged couple Matt and Colleen on the CBS comedy. Based on this takeover, it looks like this cast has as much fun on the set as they do off — and as a bonus, they look really good as Legos. Click through this slideshow to see all of #Molleen’s snaps.
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.
In “Tattoo,” Dan Bakkedahl’s Tim gets inked to demonstrate his Valentine’s Day love for wife Heather (Betsy Brandt), but something goes wrong in the spelling of the message. In “Guitar,” teen Tyler (Niall Cunningham) buys an expensive guitar to serenade his girlfriend Clementine (Hunter King), with a cameo by Josh Groban.
Ratings are down across the board for the broadcast networks (thanks a lot, Netflix), we’ve seen very few runaway hits, and we’re still waiting for our first official cancellation. Although that last one might just be a case of Hollywood doublespeak… but we’ll get to that in a minute.
She hasn’t lifted a finger, and Richie Sambora is going to be there! So, we devised a formula — including story sway, cuteness, and fan support — to calculate just how powerful 14 current TV babies are. 14. Little Sam, Game of Thrones Kind of useless, except as motivation for Big Sam (John Bradley) to take care of Gilly (Hannah Murray). Judith, The Walking Dead Honestly, until Rick (Andrew Lincoln) offered to let Morgan (Lennie James) hold Judith in the Season 6 premiere, we forgot she even existed. His existence caused lots of problems between Francis and Mary (Adelaide Kane) and between Mary and Lola (Anna Popplewell).
The Yahoo TV staff looks at this week's big premieres — from 'Scream Queens' to 'Blindspot' — and ranks them with a "now," "later," or "never."