The Walking Dead season 10: Alpha star teases ‘scarier and more shocking’ part B

Scott continued: “I was hoping that audiences would be intrigued and want to see what all that [his exit] was about, which I feel is basically what happened. “I was pretty nervous about that, but I feel that Rick is a gigantic part of the show and he has a gigantic story, and that story […]

TVLine Items: Making It Renewed, NBC’s The New World Doc and More

Here’s some crafty news: NBC has renewed the craft competition series Making It, hosted by Parks and Rec alums Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman, for Season 3. The show features craft makers from across the country who bring their handmade creations to be judged by Poehler and Offerman, along with expert judges Simon Doonan and […]

TVLine Items: Supermarket Sweep to ABC, Oscars Still Hostless and More

Leslie Jones is loading up her grocery cart: ABC has picked up a revival of the classic game show Supermarket Sweep, hosted and executive-produced by the SNL vet. The program features three teams of two as they compete to win big cash prizes using their grocery shopping skills and knowledge of merchandise. Production on the […]

TVLine Items: Emmy Rossum Teases New Look, Coachella Doc and More

Emmy Rossum has gone blonde in the first photo from her upcoming limited series Angelyne, which will debut on the forthcoming streaming service Peacock. The Shameless vet stars as the mysterious L.A. billboard icon, in addition to serving as an executive producer alongside her husband/Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail. The drama, which does not yet […]

TVLine Items: Could NFL Sack Globes? Plus, Gretchen Carlson News and More

You may need to set an extra long extension on your DVR recording of the Golden Globe Awards: This Sunday’s telecast could be bumped to a later start time if one of the NFL Wild Card games, which airs before the Globes ceremony on NBC, goes long, our sister site Variety reports. The Seattle Seahawks […]

2019 in Review: Scene Stealers from Succession, The Mandalorian, Evil, Watchmen, mixed-ish and More

They’re not the stars of their shows, but they might as well be, because these supporting characters shine in every scene that they’re featured in. As TVLine continues to look back on the past year, we’ve compiled a list of 25 characters who snagged the spotlight and grabbed our attention with their memorable performances. Our […]

TVLine Readers’ 2020 Wish List for Grey’s Anatomy, Chicago Med, NCIS, Criminal Minds, S.H.I.E.L.D. and More

Santa’s elves have officially filled their wish-granting quota for the year… but the TV industry elves still have their work cut out for them. We recently asked you to submit your No. 1 requests for the 12 months of brand-new television that lie ahead — and our mailbox was sufficiently flooded with a wide-ranging assortment […]

The Witcher season 2: Boss teases ‘more intense’ new episodes after Netflix finale

Speaking to Digital Spy, the showrunner revealed the next outing will be more intense than ever before. She teased: “What I would say is that season 1 is very much about building blocks. “It’s about constructing the world, and setting up these characters, and putting them on paths, and knocking those dominoes over.” Moreover, the […]

Quotes of the Week: The Morning Show, Empire, NCIS, Watchmen and More

Christmas hasn’t arrived just yet, but we’ve already received the gift that keeps on giving: television! Though many broadcast series are currently on hiatus until 2020, the past seven days of TV still served up enough zingers and one-liners to fill another Quotes of the Week gallery. (And if you missed the 2019 dialogue that […]

TV Shows Ending in 2020: Fuller House, Arrow, Good Place, Power and 35 More

We already said goodbye to 101 TV shows this year… and next year won’t be any easier, apparently. Earlier this month, IFC and Syfy announced final seasons for Brockmire and Van Helsing, respectively, which are just two of nearly 40 shows that will end in 2020. To help you keep track of the shows that are concluding […]