Another week, another new episode. Welcome to this week's open thread for "Governor Dunston," the October 11 episode of "30 Rock."
Week after week I seem to praise the performances guest actors turn in on "The Good Wife." Surprise, I'm not going to stop doing that, especially when it comes to Tierney.
As host of Saturday Night Live, Daniel Craig seemed raring to go -- he was practically screaming, "I want to prove to you that I am funny! No, really, I am!" Unfortunately, for the most part, the material just wasn't there.
After almost three seasons away from "Dexter," I'm back on board, and if you'd given up on the Showtime drama too, you might want to think about heading back to Miami.
The final season has arrived! Let's liveblog the season premiere of "30 Rock" together in the comments below.
The final season of "30 Rock" premieres this Thursday, so the time for wild speculation is most definitely at hand.
The British import, which premiered in the U.S. on PBS Sunday night, transplants Downton's formula for success (British period drama with plenty of plot twists) from the English countryside in the early 1920's to a working class neighborhood in 1950's London.
"Call the Midwife" does, in its own gentle way, send the message that determined people -- many of them women -- who ignore their allegedly limited opportunities can help create and sustain a caring community.
Since Ryan Lochte is an unreliable narrator, here are the necessary talking points for each talked-about show this fall. We may have just saved your life.
But the manner of his death gave him a last shred of dignity and nobility in a world running shot of both of those things.
With its three new dramas, "Elementary," "Vegas" and "Made in Jersey," CBS goes back to the procedural well and tweaks law-and-order formats with varying degrees of success.
Neither comedy is really there yet, but "Ben and Kate" is the more promising of the two, which is weird, given that "Mindy Project" is the first solo project of "Office" writer-actor Mindy Kaling.
Really, whoever's idea it was to make Fox's Tuesday night a full-on funny one -- as well as bumping 'Glee' to Thursdays (where it totally fits in with 'The X Factor') -- definitely made the right decision.
Mindy is like the anti-Zooey Deschanel. She's a hot mess -- and she knows it. But that doesn't stop her from trying to change.
We kicked off episode 3 in Kansas City, where the big news in the arena was that poor, delicate Simon Cowell was feeling under the weather and was skipping the auditions, presumably to roll around on a bed covered in $100 bills.
It's that time of year again: Time to break out the TV Guide and get ready for a weekly battle with your DVR. Here are the stats for the new network shows of the season calculated based on their previews and/or pilot episodes.