SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Ian Garvey,” the eighth episode of the fifth season of “The Blacklist.” NBC’s “The Blacklist” has never shied away from tumultuous and game-changing deaths, but the fifth season winter finale delivered its biggest story-bending twist to-date when it killed off an original character in […]
The actor looks back on past roles in 'Dollhouse,' 'ER,' 'House,' 'Commander in Chief,' and 'Little Britain USA.'
What does it mean now that Red has been confirmed as Liz's dad and Tom is back in the picture? Creator Jon Bokenkamp fills us in.
If you want to do it old school, though, says Jon Bokenkamp, creator of The Blacklist and co-creator of The Blacklist: Redemption, “take a beloved character from the original show and take him or her to a new show” — which is what they’ve done with Ryan Eggold’s Tom Keen.
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.
The finale was titled “Alexander Kirk: Conclusion” because Reddington and the gang were tracking down the man who was responsible for Elizabeth’s death.
Great episodes are the ones that become a part of the larger cultural conversation, like Inside Amy Schumer’s “12 Angry Men” and the Jinx finale. A great episode can hook you into a show at the start by establishing a strong point of view, as the pilots for Empire and UnREAL did.
We’re thankful for plenty of things this holiday season… and that includes the supporting characters that make TV worth watching. Here, we’re raising our glasses in a toast to the funniest, most fascinating people (and dogs) we’ve spent our 2015 with. And if any of these standout characters are unfamiliar to you? Well, there’s your holiday binge-watching assignment right there
ABC’s “Scandal” continues to be the drama leader in demos over NBC’s “The Blacklist” in their high-profile Thursday battles, but a slump by the former has allowed the latter to close the gap. Last night, “The Blacklist” edged up while “Scandal” hit another low, and that softness extended to 10 p.m., where the Alphabet’s “American Crime” dipped further in its third week.