You’ve read our picks for the best and worst shows of 2017. Now it’s time to look at the moments from 2017 that got us talking, laughing, crying, and, yes, in some cases, even throwing things at the screen.Warning: Spoilers ahead!
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.
During Sunday’s finale of the first season of "Vice Principals," Russell and Gamby’s plan came together and fell apart in a gruesome way. The two confronted Belinda Brown with a video of her gin-soaked night and accidentally revealed that they had burned down her house.
On "The Late Late Show" Thursday, James Corden teamed up with Vice Principals star Danny McBride and took us back to the 1990 Grammy Awards.
On Monday’s "Conan," Walton Goggins, star of "Vice Principals" and a real Southern charmer, told how a baseball to the mouth took out his front teeth — and the horrific aftermath.
Part of the job of being a television star is answering a steady stream of questions from eager fans and journalists. But it’s rare — and therefore exciting — when the stars themselves get to be the ones asking questions. So Yahoo TV and Yahoo Movies gave that opportunity to some of your favorite TV and film stars when we sat down with them at Comic-Con International last month.
'Vice Principals' star Danny McBride and co-creator Jody Hill stopped by the Yahoo TV studio at San Diego Comic Con to talk up their new HBO comedy.
Vice Principals premiered on HBO Sunday night. The new series is about two vice principals, played by Danny McBride and Walton Goggins, who are vying for the same job as head principal. McBride plays Neal Gamby, a down-on-his-luck man who is not much liked by either his co-workers or family.
The new comedy from Danny McBride and Jody Hill, the men who brought you the magnificent Eastbound & Down, is Vice Principals, premiering on HBO on Sunday. It stars McBride and Justified’s Walton Goggins as dueling high school vice principals, both of whom aspire to be principal. McBride is Neal Gamby, who shares one trait with Eastbound & Down’s Kenny Powers: an arrogance exceeded only by his cluelessness.
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.
Anyone who saw Justified’s Walton Goggins guest on Community has been waiting to see a trailer for HBO’s new comedy Vice Principals. And finally, it’s here.