Image Source: TV Land With each passing week our favorite shows are wrapping up, but we're also getting news about renewals and cancellations for next season. While shows like Showtime's Shameless will be back for another round, others like Whiskey Cavalier have gotten the ax.
We have some good news for all you Dancing With the Stars fans: you won't have to wait too much longer for season 28. After forgoing its usual two-season cycle and skipping a Spring season, the series will officially be back on Sept.
This post has been updated with new information. Update: Yesterday, Rihanna shared that a combination of managing her multiple businesses and lack of sleep have delayed her anticipated ninth album.
The Jonas Brothers put everything all out in the open in their Amazon documentary, Chasing Happiness. In addition to recounting their rise to fame and their recent reunion, the film also dove pretty deep into why they broke up in 2013.
We've been waiting with bated breath to find out who the next Dark Knight will be after Warner Bros. announced that The Batman is coming in 2021, and we finally have our answer.
Please respect Jason Momoa's privacy during this time. He's going through the Game of Thrones stages of grief.
Psychological thrillers are nothing new, but Netflix aims to put a new spin on the genre with What/If. The anthology series, by the creator of ABC's early-2010s thriller/soap Revenge, digs into questions of human choice, along with its standard-issue mind-screw plot.
Sometimes life imitates art, and that might be the case with the strong female bond at the center of Steel Magnolias. It's now been 30 years since the release of the treasured film - which starred Sally Field, Julia Roberts, Dolly Parton, Shirley MacLaine, Olympia Dukakis, and Daryl Hannah - and the all-star cast still keeps in touch.
Let's face it: meeting someone attractive for the first time is hard enough as is. You're nervous and trying to think of the right thing to say to make an impression on them.
When the writers of Grey's Anatomy claimed that they were writing Sarah Drew's character, April Kepner, off the show for creative reasons, I was . .
We're finally getting a fourth Men in Black movie, Men in Black: International, and we're feeling all kinds of excited about it. This spinoff will reunite Thor: Ragnarok stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson as Agent H and Agent M, respectively, with Hemsworth playing a top agent in MIB's UK branch and Thompson playing a new MIB recruit assigned to the branch.
Ever since the first trailer for Disney's live-action reboot of Aladdin debuted, I've only had one question on my mind: why does Will Smith look like that?! Kidding.
Warning: Spoilers for the series finale of Game of Thrones up ahead! When the dust and ash settle on Game of Thrones, a new era has begun, with a new kingdom, a new throne, and a new king to rule over the realm.
Warning: massive spoilers for the Game of Thrones finale ahead! Game of Thrones came to an end that was both hopeful and tragic.
Warning: spoilers for the Game of Thrones finale ahead! It took a long time on Game of Thrones for Daenerys Targaryen to claim the Iron Throne, but she had some significant help along the way.
Warning: spoilers for Game of Thrones ahead. Missandei's gentle spirit is missing in the Game of Thrones finale, as evidenced in the actions of the two people who were closest to her: Daenerys and Grey Worm.
The Iron Throne is no more, but just because Drogon torches that ugly symbol of power doesn't mean there's no winner in Game of Thrones. After Jon dispatches Daenerys (and gets himself imprisoned for it), the Seven Kingdoms are left with no clear ruler.
Enmity between houses has been the cornerstone of conflict on Game of Thrones from day one, but there have also been a handful of oddball friendships and alliances that cross between even the biggest enemies. Among those unexpected relationships is the one between Jon Snow, long believed to be a Stark bastard, and Tyrion Lannister, whose house is consistently at odds with the Starks.
Warning: major spoilers for the Game of Throne finale ahead! As so many people had predicted, Game of Thrones didn't have a happy ending for many of its major characters.
Warning: massive spoilers for the Game of Thrones series finale ahead! If there's one thing we've learned from eight seasons of Game of Thrones, it's that prophecies are rarely what they seem.
Warning: major spoilers for the Game of Thrones series finale ahead! As many have long suspected, Game of Thrones ended with a new monarch ruling over the kingdoms of Westeros.
Game of Thrones is no stranger to throwing subtle callbacks to previous seasons into the show's dialogue, so it's no surprise that the final line uttered in the series finale is one that holds a more significant meaning than fans may have initially thought. During the episode's final moments, Tyrion sits on the Small Council alongside Bronn, Brienne, Ser Davos, and Sam as they discuss their plans to rebuild King's Landing and whip Westeros back into shape now that a new king has been chosen.
Warning: spoilers for Game of Thrones ahead. The Targaryen dynasty fulfilled its motto of "Fire and Blood" in the Game of Thrones series finale.