“Family Guy” seems to always be one step ahead of the news — most recently with the wave of sexual predators in Hollywood.
The sixth season of the spy drama will bow Wednesday, March 28 on FX. read more
The showrunners break down the midseason finale and reveal which new Disney characters will be introduced in 2018. read more
The adaptation will be written by hosts Marc Smerling and Zac Stuart-Pontier and directed by ‘Hidden Figures’ helmer Ted Melfi. read more
‘The Heiresses’ is being produced by former ‘PLL’ showrunner I. Marlene King and is based on author Sara Shepard’s book. read more
Graeme Manson and John Fawcett explain the extended ending and which clone they almost killed off. read more
Kimberly Hebert Gregory (‘Vice Principals’) replaces Cristela Alonzo in the light hourlong ABC drama. read more
‘Mr. Mercedes’ creators expect blowback from opening scene reminiscent of London terror attacks.
Creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland trace how pressure can ensnare you in “the Vortex of Not-Good-Enough” — and how they finally escaped it.
There’s no question Matt and Ross Duffer proudly own their geek credentials — they translated their passion for ’80s movies into the Netflix smash hit “Stranger Things,” which they created, wrote, directed and executive produced. But the Duffer Brothers — as they like to be called professionally — have never been to Comic-Con. “We have… […]
Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould explain why the finale cliffhanger isn’t “schmuck-bait” and how ‘Better Call Saul’ has shifted from a show they expected to be a romp. read more
Showrunners Robert and Michelle King also talk to THR about that Will Gardner callback and ‘The Good Wife’ favorite they’re most hoping to bring back. read more
“They’re all in a position of reinvention and in peril,” co-creator Adam Brooks tells THR about the first season finale of the con artist dark comedy. read more
The creators of “Spinal Tap” have turned the legal volume up to 11 in an effort to advance their $400 million suit against the movie’s current owner. In pleadings filed on Wednesday, Harry Shearer, Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Rob Reiner derided a legal threat in Los Angeles federal court by Vivendi, which came to…
The foursome behind the “Spinal Tap” mockumentary — Harry Shearer, Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Rob Reiner — should have the volume of their $400 million suit against Vivendi turned down to zero, the company said on Wednesday. Vivendi’s StudioCanal unit, which owns the movie, asked a judge to toss the suit. The four filed…