Revenge has never looked this chic.
I imagine this is good news for Community fans.
Today's news may make you want to drown your sorrows.
Goodbye, Murder House. We hardly knew ye.
It looks like one show will be hanging around longer than we expected, and we might have a trend developing in crime dramas.
Won't someone please think of the horses!
Why on earth would I watch The Biggest Loser any more?
Kyra Sedgwick faces her penultimate year solving crimes, Louis C.K. makes us cringe and then laugh and Lifetime reminds us of a certain royal wedding.
I'm being serious! According to a recently published report, Law & Order and so-called "must-bleed" TV shows of its ilk (CSI, Criminal Minds, The Closer and what have you) that depict death and violence are linked to people buying and eating more food. Something about when being faced with one's own mortality -- because violent, ripped-from-the-headlines murders really get you thinking on a deeper level -- it's easier to rationalize eating that entire can of Pringles. Not that I've done that.
It is a Syfy-apalooza at DVD stores today, with two big shows releasing their latest seasons. Also, a '50s TV classic, a '90s TV hit and an '00s Internet sensation.