The “Girls” finale was a disjointed yet fitting conclusion to the series.
Under new leadership, MTV is making strides to return to programming that once brought it popularity.
There is no excuse to keep re-watching the same “Friends” episodes with plenty of new spring series.
This winter will welcome many new television series to the screen.
“Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” missed the mark.
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” blends drama, musical numbers and comedy to create a balanced show for viewers.
The unconventional gathered at this year’s New York Comic Convention.
Oct. 25 marks the 55th anniversary of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the film that culminated Audrey Hepburn’s classic image.
Saturday Night Live increases its enthic and gender diversity with its new addition with Melissa Villaseñor.