Kevin James' chemistry with former "King of Queens" costar Leah Remini tanked Erinn Hayes' role and led his new character to join a long line of TV widowers.
The franchise, which will be 51 next month, is taking its latest show to CBS' streaming service, CBS All Access, beginning Sept. 24.
In his new Viceland show, "What Would Diplo Do?" James Van Der Beek, who once played a fictionalized version of himself in an ABC sitcom, takes on the role of the Temple-educated music producer.
Reuniting "King of Queens" stars takes toll.
You know the drill by now: This post contains plot details from Sunday's episode. Also, monsters.
Villanova grad will play an agency psychologist who can challenge Mark Harmon's Agent Gibbs.
Warning: This post contains plot details from Sunday's episode of HBO's "Game of Thrones." Read on at your own risk.
Reaction to the announcement that "Game of Thrones" creators plan a show in which the South got to keep its slaves has the network on the defensive.
Unless he has an identical twin we don't know about, the busiest man in show business is about to become busier.
More doings in Westeros, a new supernatural thriller on NBC based on books by the writer whose work inspired "True Blood," and more fins than you can shake a stick at (although if you do have stick to shake, be sure to go for the eyes).
The director's husband, Philadelphia's Kevin Bacon, and their daughter, Sosie, costar in "Story of a Girl," premiering Sunday on Lifetime.
It will be the second time the actress and TV host has returned to the show.
Simpson case kicks off the Philly-based former "American Journal" anchor's documentary miniseries, premiering Saturday on Oxygen.
The comedy duo, who met as film students at Temple, are marking the 10th anniversary of their Adult Swim collaboration, "Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!" with a tour that stops in Philadelphia on Thursday.
Fresh off his Emmy nomination for "Saturday Night Live," the actor is cast in Jack Nicholson's role in a live NBC presentation of Aaron Sorkin's "A Few Good Men."
Ellen Gray is the television critic for the Daily News and the Inquirer, and has written about TV since 1994. Her mind will go blank if you ask her to name her favorite show, because she has so many, but she would love to hear about yours.
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