Sixty years ago, and for the first time ever, three U.S. broadcast networks and the CBC in Canada beamed live programming from the United States to Europe via Telstar – one of the first television broadcast satellites. CBS News correspondent Michelle Miller has more.
- Men's Health
Is 'Better Call Saul' worth watching? After its series finale explains more about Hank Schrader and Walter White, you better believe it is.
Superman & Lois to Recast Role of Jonathan Kent as Jordan Elsass Exits CW Series for 'Personal Reasons'
Breaking news out of Smallville. Superman & Lois star Jordan Elsass has exited the CW drama ahead of Season 3, according to Variety. The role of Jonathan Kent will be recast. “Jordan Elsass has notified the studio that he will not be returning to Superman & Lois for Season 3 due to personal reasons,” Warner […]
- Consequence of Sound
The biggest questions of the series finale, answered by Bob Odenkirk, Rhea Seehorn, and co-creator Peter Gould. Better Call Saul: 7 Big Questions About the Series Finale, Answered Liz Shannon Miller
- The Wrap
Alex Wagner Opens MSNBC Show Reminiscing With Childhood Friend Chris Hayes: ‘Look Ma, We Did It, No Hands’ (Video)
Wagner made her debut in Rachel Maddow's usual slot
Former Teen Show Actors Are Speaking Up About Their Uncomfortable Experiences On Set, And It's An Extremely Important Conversation
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After Anne Heche's passing on Aug. 12, many celebrities and friends shared how the late actress touched their lives, including the stars of the hit show, Chicago P.D. Heche had a recurring role on Chicago P.D. as Dep. Superintendent Katherine Brennan in 2018 and 2019, and she clearly made a ...
- Trojans Wire
Pac-12 Network had great production values. Anchors, camera operators, technicians, and other staffers did a great job. It didn't make $ because the business model was wrong.
‘The Rings of Power’ to Debut With Two Episodes, Season Will End Before ‘House of the Dragon’ Finale
Amazon’s Prime Video will debut the first two episodes of “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” on the show’s Sept. 2 (Sept. 1, depending on your time zone) premiere date, switching to a one-episode-per-week release for the remaining six episodes, the streamer confirmed Tuesday. Beginning at 6 p.m. PT and 9 p.m. […]
- Shadow and Act
'House Of The Dragon' Showrunners Need You To Forget About 'Game of Thrones' Characters 'Without Discarding Them'
The heads of HBO’s Game of Thrones prequel series, House of the Dragon, have a messaage for fans.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Boss: Season 2 Will 'Make a Big Moment' of Kirk and Spock's First Meeting
If you guessed that the Scottish voice heard chatting with Spock in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds‘ Season 1 finale probably belonged to Montgomery “Scotty” Scott (played by James Doohan in the original Star Trek series), you were on the right path. Co-showrunner Henry Alonso Myers told TVLine during the Hollywood Critics Association’s TV Awards […]
DJ EFN has clarified the reason behind the removal of the Drink Champs episode that featured Black...
- The Wrap
Jenna Ortega will play the titular character, along with Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luis Guzman and Isaac Ordonez
- Yahoo Entertainment
On the series premiere of Alex Wagner Tonight Tuesday, which will air Tuesday through Friday on MSNBC in place of The Rachel Maddow Show, immediately got off to a rocky start. Wagner began going through what she would be covering on the show, while the graphics appeared to have already moved on to the top story. “Tonight, the FBI warrant used to search Mar-a-Lago is unsealed. The three potential crimes laid out in that document,” Wagner said before soon realizing that something wasn’t right. “We’ll dive into what it means, and what could happen…with one of the Wall Street Journal reporters who was first to report on the contents of that warrant.” Wagner soon realized she had to stop and reset. “Then we’ll t…then we’ll talk with…we…we’re gonna go right…we are actually gonna go right to the top story tonight,” Wagner said, “in Wyoming where polls have just closed as Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney faces the steepest of climbs and the longest of odds to hold onto her seat.” But, with a beaming smile on her face, Wagner addressed the flub at the end of the first segment. “Yes we sure did have a case of the technical gremlins at the top of the show, but this is the first one so we’ll work it out,” Wagner said. “And now, I think we’ve gotten it all under control. We hope the rest of the night will be smooth sailing, America, but this is live TV and it has its charms.”
Better Call Saul Series Finale Secrets Revealed: Jimmy and Kim's Possible Future, an Alternate Ending and More
Warning: This post contains spoilers from Monday’s Better Call Saul series finale. The Better Call Saul series finale might be the last time we see Jimmy McGill and Kim Wexler — but Rhea Seehorn doesn’t think it’s the last time they’ll see each other. The Emmy-nominated costar of the AMC drama, which wrapped up its six-season […]
- USA TODAY
"Better Call Saul" stars Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn, and showrunner Peter Gould, reflect on the show's bittersweet and beautiful goodbye.
- The Wrap
Once last time, familiar faces from "Breaking Bad" show up in key moments
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The series finale took fans on a rollercoaster ride as they said goodbye to the Breaking Bad prequel
- Rolling Stone
Co-creator Peter Gould, who wrote and directed the show's last episode, on Jimmy's twist of fate, Walt’s last scene, what happens to Kim, and more
- The AV Club
Despite the fact that it’s based on a pretty famous book that was previously adapted into a pretty famous movie, the San Diego Comic-Con trailer for AMC’s new Interview With The Vampire series seemed to present two of its biggest plot points as spoilers: For one thing, there wasn’t a ton of explicit vampire stuff, or at least there wasn’t much of Sam Reid’s Lestat, and the reveal of the actual interview framing device (and interviewer Daniel, played by Eric Bogosian this time around) didn’t come