Tonight brings the season 4 finale of 'Boardwalk Empire,' and as the title indicates, "Farewell Daddy Blues" has us saying goodbye to characters in various ways. The writers saved a few surprises for this elegant and gripping final hour, in which tables are turned and the inevitability of tragedy once again comes into focus. Tonight, the conflicts between Narcisse and Chalky, Gillian and Richard, and Agent Knox and the Brothers Thompson all come to a conclusion -- and not without taking a heavy toll.
After last week's exhilarating episode of 'Homeland,' tonight's all new episode finally reunites Carrie and Brody as Saul moves into Phase Two of his plan. In "One Last Time," Saul asks Brody to give himself to his country for one last mission -- a mission that may very well cost him his life, but will ultimately grant him the redemption he's been seeking since season 1. We also get a very welcome visit from Virgil and friends, who help assist Saul with a small but important victory.
On tonight's all-new episode of 'SNL,' 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' star Josh Hutcherson stops by to host -- presumably because Jennifer Lawrence is a bit too busy. Not that we're complaining! It's Hutcherson's first time on the 30 Rock stage and we can't wait to see what the night has in store. We're sure 'SNL' will pay, uh, tribute to 'The Hunger Games' in some fashion. Read on for our review of tonight's episode!
Looking for stocking stuffers or last minute gift ideas this holiday season? Or maybe you're just looking to splurge on a gift for yourself -- there's no shame in that! There's plenty of great movies heading to DVD and Blu-ray this December, ranging from huge hits to indie favorites and everything in between. Read on for our guide what's headed to home media this month!
It's the holiday season, and what better way to celebrate than by taking yourself and your friends and family to the movies! December is packed with new releases, whether you're in the mood for action and adventure, heartwarming drama, laughs with the family, or a brand new Martin Scorsese film -- there's something for everyone this Christmas. Read on for our guide to the new movie releases hitting theaters this December!
From 1982 to 1993, we spent almost every week with Sam, Diane, Frasier, Woody and the rest of the gang of 'Cheers' at the Boston bar where they shared their lives, loves, and many, many drinks with us either while working or drinking at the bar. 20 years after the show took its final bow, we return to the bar where everyone knows your name to take a look back at the cast and see what they're up to these days.
While you're sitting around the Thanksgiving dinner table with your family next week, we're not sure whether or not you'll want to thank MGM for this bit of news: the studio is remaking 'Road House,' the 80s classic starring Patrick Swayze and Kelly Lynch, with director Rob Cohen -- a name you'll recognize as the director of the first 'Fast and Furious' movie, as well as the Vin Diesel action vehicle 'xXx.' It could be worse?
In 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,' the 75th annual Hunger Games tournament (known as the Quarter Quell) draws contestants from the existing pool of victors from the 12 districts. Katniss and Peeta go face to face with seasoned fighters and dangerous new foes, but also interesting new allies Finnick, Johanna and Beetee. Joining Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson for the fight are new faces like Sam Claflin, Jena Malone and Alan Ritchson. Before you head off to see this exciting new sequel, get acquainted with the new tributes and find out where you've seen them before!
Tonight brings another double dose of 'Parks and Recreation' with two all-new episodes to prepare us for next week's holiday absence. In "Fluoride," with Leslie's time coming to close on the city council, she sets about trying to tackle some goals, like teaming up with the Indianapolis Colts and putting fluoride in Pawnee's water supply. And in "The Cones of Dunshire," Ben discovers a new hobby, while Tom, April, and Donna join forces to help Ron sell his beloved cabin. Meanwhile, it seems the city council isn't quite done with Leslie yet when she has to square off with Jamm once again.
In 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,' Ben Stiller plays an ordinary, average guy -- a little too ordinary and average perhaps. He's never really traveled or gone anywhere special, he's never done anything exceptional. He just lives his day-to-day, monotonous life without any real excitement, as alarmingly pointed out to him by an eHarmony tech support worker -- of all people -- in the latest clip.