GLAAD: TV's LGBTQ Representation Is at New High, While Delivering Greater Diversity and Gender Parity

GLAAD’s “Where We Are on TV” report for a third consecutive year forecasts an all-time high in the number of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender and queer (LGBTQ) characters on TV, while also noting that both greater racial diversity and gender parity has been achieved among those roles. Broadcast TV’s representation of LGBTQ characters in the 2018-19 TV season […]

TV's Worst Show Titles: Cougar Town, Kevin (Probably), Rise, Trophy Wife, Manimal, Shasta McNasty and More

Sometimes you land on the perfect TV show title (think Friends, Cheers, Revenge). Other times, you land on Cougar Town. Or worse, Shasta McNasty. We here at TVLine have championed many a show with titles that simply don’t do them justice — titles so bad that they befuddle, irritate or potentially alienate viewers altogether. There have been good […]

TV's New Magnum P.I. Eyes a Selleck-Like 'Stache in Episode 2 Sneak Peek

TV’s new Magnum P.I. thinks about giving us the full Tom Selleck in this sneak peek from Episode 2 of the CBS reboot. In the clip above, we see Thomas (played by Jay Hernandez) in flashback, cleaning himself up after a military tour. But just how clean shaven does he want to be? Press play […]

TV's Best and Worst Spinoffs: Frasier, Flash, The Originals, Joey and More

Not all spinoffs are created equal. Just ask Joey Tribbiani. When the New Yorker made his way to Hollywood with his own Friends offshoot, little did he know that 14 years later he would land on TVLine’s list of the worst TV spinoffs. But for every Joey, there’s an Angel, a continuation that makes its […]

TV's Batwoman, Ruby Rose, Opens Up About CW Role: 'It's a Game Changer'

Getting to play Batwoman is “a game changer,” Ruby Rose declared in her first interview since landing the CW role. Visiting The Tonight Show on Wednesday, Rose said that she learned about landing the superhero role shortly before hitting the red carpet earlier this week for the megashark movie The Meg. “I was so nervous […]

TV's Top Triangles: General Hospital — Were You Team Sonny or Team Jax?

Soap opera fans have rarely been in as hot a lather as when General Hospital‘s Brenda Barrett found herself torn between mob boss Sonny Corinthos and Aussie tycoon Jasper “Jax” Jacks. ‘Twas a triangle that in one form or another, and off-and-on, would span some 17 years. During its many highs and lows and twists […]

Your Guide to TV's 100+ Reboots and Revivals: The Twilight Zone, Roswell, The Office, Party of Five and More

Hollywood’s obsession with reviving long-gone TV series is showing no signs of slowing down. In the last few years, dozens of beloved small-screen classics have been brought back from the dead, or at least reworked for new audiences. From Will & Grace and Prison Break, to Dynasty and One Day At a Time, it seems […]

The Resident: Czuchry vs. Greenwood — Is This TV's Next Great Rivalry?

A good doctor he is most definitely not. Fox’s new medical drama The Resident wastes no time establishing Bruce Greenwood’s MD as the Big Bad of the bunch. And as this exclusive clip from the Jan. 21 premiere appears to foreshadow, Matt Czuchry‘s hotshot doc will (probably) be the one to bring him down. RELATEDJanuary TV Calendar: […]

2017 in Review: TV's Workaholics — David Boreanaz, Christina Ochoa, Dominic Purcell and 22 Others

Workaholics may no longer be a TV series, but it still describes an elite crop of actors who not only seldom stray far from the small screen, but at times seem almost ubiquitous. Now is the time in TVLine’s Year in Review coverage where we celebrate TV’s busiest bees, those who appeared in multiple episodes […]