This past Sunday's latest 'Walking Dead' installment, "Alone," kept to Daryl, Beth, Bob and his companions, but the landmark events of previous episode "Inmates" left us wondering what Tyreese might do with his feminine companions, half of which have more killer instincts than he realizes. Find out in the first sneak peek of next week's latest 'Walking Dead' season 4 episode, "The Grove."
Tonight brings the season finale of 'True Detective,' in which all the creeping tension and unnerving suspense comes to a full boil, and Marty and Rust come face to gnarly face with the Yellow King himself. For those seeking a rewarding conclusion to the first season, "Form and Void" definitely delivers, from full-out creepiness to good ol' Rust Cohle-isms, and yes, even some deep fried detective bromance.
On tonight's all-new episode of 'Girls,' Hannah tries to spice up her sex life with Adam when she feels as though the two have grown a little too comfortable together, and the end result is a one-two punch of hilarity and heartbreak. Meanwhile, Shoshanna is fed up with Jessa and Jasper's shenanigans and decides to do a little meddling, while Marnie continues to pursue her dreams or whatever.
‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 brings to life its 13th episode, “Alone,” as Sasha questions Bob and Maggie's decision to find the "Terminus" sanctuary, while Daryl and Beth hole up in a funeral home.
Last week’s ‘The Walking Dead’ installment, “Still,” saw an unusual request from Beth putting she and Daryl on a unique mission, while the two bonded over all they'd lost in the prison's fall, so what does the latest episode of season 4 bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘The Walking Dead’ season 4, episode 13, “Alone!”
Last night's 'SNL' featuring 'Girls' creator Lena Dunham only ticked so far up from last week's abysmal show with Jim Parsons of 'The Big Bang Theory,' but the longrunning NBC sketch comedy series' March 29 return will bring back a much more dependable host. Louis C.K. will return for his second hosting gig after 2012, but who will accompany the eternal sadsack 'Louie' star?
The talk show is a tried and true 'SNL' template, giving the cast a great way to break out various impressions without having to get too creative with the set-up. This time, we're given a glimpse at "Pimpin' Pimpin' Pimpin'", a talk show where Katt Williams sits on a strange white throne and interviews/abuses his guests.
In one of the weirdest sketches of last night's 'SNL,' Nasim Pedrad and guest host Lena Dunham play the teenage hosts of their own web show. Broadcasting from a basement (where Bobby Moynihan lives and plays video games), "What Are You Even Doing? You're Being Crazy" is exactly the kind of show two young girls with a limited understanding of the world would put on. And yet, somehow, they've booked 'Mad Men' star Jon Hamm as a guest.
With Lena Dunham hosting the show, there was no way 'SNL' wasn't going to do some kind of 'Girls' parody. And with the recent release of 'Son of God' and the impending arrival of 'Noah,' there was no way the show wasn't going to take a shot at the recent biblical movie revival. So here we are, with a hilarious fake trailer for 'Girl,' which simultaneously skewers the story of Adam and Even and your average episode of HBO's 'Girls.'
The world is a little more terrifying than usual these days. With Russian forces occupying Ukraine's Crimean peninsula, the internet has already started throwing around references to World War III. Thankfully, 'SNL' is here to take something that has us terrified and make us laugh instead. The show's solution? Bring in Liam Neeson.
Tonight's new episode of 'SNL' offers 'Girls' star Lena Dunham as its host, which should be interesting. Though Dunham is an award winning actress, writer, producer and director, she's not known for her work on stage, and -- as this is a live show -- her appearance could lead to some awkward moments. Read on for our review of tonight's episode!