Well, that was fast! Just one week after David Letterman dropped the 'Late Show' bombshell that he would retire in 2015, his replacement has officially been announced. Following early and decisive rumors, Stephen Colbert will officially leave behind Comedy Central's 'Colbert Report' to ascend the late-night throne as the new host of CBS' 'The Late Show.' You're welcome, nation!
Colorful and vibrant though the full set of 'Mad Men' season 7 promotional photos proved, the AMC drama maintains its reputation for keeping spoilers airtight as we approach the final premiere "Time Zones" this coming Sunday. Now however, the first photos in context from the premiere have emerged, along with a synopsis for the hour, teasing new friends and business for Sterling-Cooper ahead.
A few months ago we heard the monumental news that FXX had paid an astonishing $750 million for syndication and streaming rights to the entire library of 'The Simpsons,' not only an unprecedented deal in the history of TV rights, but also for making America's favorite animated family more accessible than ever before. Now, the network has announced its intent to kick things off with an impressive 12-day marathon of all 522 episodes this coming August.
Yesterday afternoon David Letterman shook up the late-night landscape once more with the announcement of his 2015 retirement from 'The Late Show with David Letterman,' however inevitable the exit might have been. The internet has been awash with gossip and replacement debates since, but has 'The Colbert Report' host Stephen Colbert emerged as CBS' clear frontrunner to take the 'Late Show' throne from retiring David Letterman?
'24' fans have been excited from the moment 'Live Another Day' was announced, let alone that Mary Lynn Rajskub's Chloe would put in a return appearance, but it seems there may be a world of work ahead before she and Jack can become besties again. Find out about Jack and Chloe's damaged relationship in the first behind-the-scenes clip from FOX's upcoming revival '24: Live Another Day'!
Rarely has the series finale to any TV series gone by without at least some major backlash over its content, and 'How I Met Your Mother' is no exception. Last night's "Last Forever," jumped through time in between the years 2013 and 2030, filling in Ted's story about the mother, with at least one major twist that naturally had fans in an uproar. So, what do series creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas have to say about yet another controversial finale?
The future of HBO's 'Game of Thrones' has been literally and figuratively all over the map as we approach season 4 premiere on April 6. Some reports say the George R.R. Martin-adapted series will run for seven seasons, while Martin himself poses 10 with an added movie. Now, we at least have some confirmation 'Game of Thrones' will run at least six seasons, while the latest season 4 trailers have us more and more excited to return to Westeros.
All week long we've seen bits and pieces of the 'Mad Men' final season cast come to light amid an airport setting, though a few key characters had apparently gone missing. Now, the full set of cast photos and promotional season 7 materials have arrived, looking brighter and more colorful than we've ever seen from the AMC drama.
The first photos and teaser from 'Mad Men''s seventh and final season predictably didn't reveal very much, unless we're to believe that the entire season relocates the offices of Sterling-Cooper & Associates to the inside of an airport. The second round of photos from the final season have arrived in gorgeous hi-res as well, showing a few more familiar faces amid the 'Mad Men' madness.