Now that "Jane the Virgin" fans can buy Jane Gloriana Villanueva's book "Snow Falling," we look back on other books by fictional characters that were published in real life, from “Lost,” “Twin Peaks,” “Castle,” and more.
The star of Elizabeth Warren's favorite show also explains why he loves working with a sleepy Dwayne Johnson and how the 'Childrens Hospital' spinoff will be different.
Legendary character actor and occasional leading man Harry Dean Stanton passed away on Sept. 15 at the age of 91. Here, some of his most memorable roles.
Harry Dean Stanton, the character actor with the world-weary face who carved out an exceptional career playing grizzled loners and colorful, offbeat characters in such films as Paris, Texas and Repo Man, has died. Stanton, who also was memorable in Cool Hand Luke (1967), Two-Lane Blacktop (1971), Ridley Scott’s Alien (1979), John Carpenter’s Escape From New York (1981) and John Hughes’ Pretty in Pink(1986) — in fact, what wasn’t he memorable in? — died Friday afternoon of natural causes at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, his agent, John Kelly, told The Hollywood Reporter.
With so much to watch on TV it can be difficult to plan ahead. But we’re here to help! Here are the five shows you won’t want to miss this week.
Twin Peaks Actor Jeremy Lindholm Arrested for Attempted Second Degree Murder
The WWE got a little Lynchian recently and entered the Black Lodge, where it did a parody of Twin Peaks called Fashion Peaks.
We’ve just passed the halfway point of the year and already there have been a host of gasp-inducing, scream worthy, and jump-out-of-your-chair-and-fling-your-remote-at-the-screen scenes that remind us we’re in the second Golden Age of Television. So many, in fact, that we can’t wait for December to round them all up, so here are our 10 favorite firework moments of 2017 so far. WARNING: It’s all spoilers from here on out!
A murky melodrama with stilted dialogue, Gypsy — a new 10-episode series that begins streaming on Netflix on Friday — turns out to be a lot more watchable than I thought after I plowed through its first, portentous episode. Much of the credit for Gypsy’s low-level allure must go to star Naomi Watts, who continues her current run of excellent TV performances. Created and written by Lisa Rubin, Gypsy is the story of Jean Holloway (Watts), a Connecticut psychotherapist married to a loving husband, played by Billy Crudup, and mother to a sweet 8-year-old child.
The climax of the episode, titled “Got a Light?” occurs at the KPJK radio station in the 1950s, where a disc jockey plays the Platters hit “My Prayer.”
It has been 27 years since Twin Peaks debuted, which means the creators have had a lot of time to think about how to make Season 3 the weirdest yet.
The “Twin Peaks” reboot got us thinking about how the original ’90s series spawned the dead-girl TV trope that has haunted us since then.
We've prepared a "Twin Peaks" catch-up guide of five big plot points from the original run that should stir the memories of returning visitors and get newcomers up to speed.