TV news and gossip
TV news and gossip
Sarah Michelle Gellar's new show will host a mini-Buffy reunion
Sarah Michelle Gellar will reunite with her former Buffy the Vampire Slayer co-star Amber Benson in an episode of the former's new drama series Ringer.
Report: The Simpsons to end in 2013
It's looking more and more like that cultural beacon The Simpsons mightn't be around much longer: insiders say the show will remain on TV for just one more new season... at most.
Glee stars defend 'drunk' episode
One of Glee's most controversial episodes was Season 2's 'Blame It On
The Alcohol' - where the show's 'teenage' cast got totally wasted and spewed
during a performance.
Slideshow: Top 10 craziest soap opera plots
Ten of the craziest soap opera plots of all time: the storylines that stunned viewers... and probably had them scratching their heads in confusion and disbelief.
Lady Gaga's life story to be made into terrible TV movie
Lifetime, the US TV network responsible for making notoriously cheesy telemovies about the lives of the rich and famous, is preparing a notoriously cheesy telemovie about Lady Gaga.
Coach Beiste from Glee is getting a boyfriend
Glee's high-school football coach Shannon Beiste (Dot-Marie Jones) will take a break from shovelling pasta into her mouth in future episodes and start flirting with a new love interest instead.
Sesame Street is introducing a poor Muppet
Economic times are so tough that Sesame Street is introducing an "impoverished" Muppet named Lily to teach kids about poverty.
Report: The Simpsons is going to be cancelled soon
After 23 years on TV, The Simpsons might finally be about to come to an end — and all because of a dispute over money.
Watch: Ren & Stimpy creator's super-creepy Simpsons couch gag
John Kricfalusi, the animator best known for creating the disturbing '90s cartoon Ren & Stimpy, has created a really disturbing couch gag for the opening credits of The Simpsons. Check it out... if you enjoy having nightmares.
Why you shouldn't get too excited about an Arrested Development revival just yet
So everyone one the internet just about blue themselves yesterday when Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurtwitz apparently confirmed the cult comedy will return to TV for another 10 episodes in addition to the long-promised movie. But fans shouldn't start tasting tears of happy just yet.