A television news report begets a routine doctor’s appointment begets a personal health scare.
In the early days of The Muppet Show, the famous bonhomie between celebrities and their Muppet co-stars wasn’t there yet. Here are the encounters that didn’t make a rainbow connection.
Before he became famous, Lawrence Welk was just another hoofer working for tips. Then he reached out to Rainer Maria Rilke.
On Tuesday, post-apocalyptic refugees from Battlestar Galactica—which airs its final episode tonight—spent an evening at the U.N. swapping war stories with rights activists. It was a convincing trailer, even for the uninitiated.
The impulse to weigh decisions with coffee spoons can seem charmingly eccentric on TV. But real-life obsessive compulsive disorder is no fun, what with the imminent death and all.
Here in the valley between the television season’s cliffhangers and the ascent into summer blockbusters, spoilers are plentiful—and those who wish to remain unaware are on high alert. From 2008, a look at the many ways spoilers spoil everything. (Warning: Spoilers ahead.)
America weathered Y2K, Viagra junk mails, and Web 2.0. But will it survive the next technological crisis threatening civilization?
An adventurous new show proves you can’t boost your ratings without breaking a few eggs.
Striking TV and film writers should be shutting down the industry, right? Not so fast. Hollywood has a plan for a new kind of synergy, and now that the writers are out of the way, it’s showtime.
The winning country receives billions in government contracts and becomes the show’s next host. Who will it be?
People who hate television love to talk about it, not realizing they could be spending their time improving their minds—with novelizations. The best of the oeuvre, with and without Steve Urkel.
The writers of the television series Lost take time out of their busy schedules to write this pastiche—the latest chapter in the adventures of Sherlock Holmes.