AMC's 'Mad Men' will once again leave us for the year after next Sunday, while freshman period drama 'Turn' closes up its inaugural season in just a few weeks, so why wait for a sneak peek of the next generation of AMC drama? Weeks before its June 1 premiere, check out the first full episode of '80s computer drama 'Halt and Catch Fire' right now!
Yesterday saw 'The Late Late Show' host Craig Ferguson announcing his imminent exit from the 10-year series in December, a move speculated to result from Stephen Colbert taking over David Letterman's 'Late Show,' where it seemed Ferguson had been overlooked. Now, video of Ferguson announcing his exit has arrived, while the 'Late Late Show' host insists his retirement has nothing to do with Letterman or Colbert.
Earlier this week we saw Stephen Colbert beginning to shed his 'Colbert Report' character with a first stop on David Letterman's standing 'Late Show,' before Colbert's takeover in 2015, but both Colbert and his character will enjoy a long victory tour before moving to broadcast. Watch 'The Colbert Report' host make his in-character goodbyes to 'The Daily Show''s Jon Stewart, a year ahead of schedule!
We'd already seen a first look at 'The Simpsons' going the LEGO route with photos of Homer and the rest of Springfield done up in brick for May 4 installment "Brick Like Me," but like 'The LEGO Movie' before it, these things work best in motion. Catch the first look at Homer building his LEGO life with FOX's first promo for the 550th episode, "Brick Like Me!"
Our long national nightmare comes to a close as AMC's 'Mad Men' returns this Sunday for its seventh and final season premiere, "Time Zones," but what if you're too busy drinking, smoking and pitching to catch up with six seasons of '60s 'Mad'-ness? Let us give you the meeting minutes and tell you all about AMC's 'Mad Men' in just 60 seconds!
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?