There’s no doubt that one of the hottest basic cable lineups belongs to FX. The channel as a whole is home to some of the boldest shows, and in its 20th year, it still takes major risks. The network has been rewarded with plenty of fans — who come back season after season, show after show, to not only see great scripted dramas and hilarious comedies but also some of the sexiest men on TV. Read more…
The first photos of Lauren Conrad‘s big wedding day have arrived, Paula Patton officially moves on from Robin Thicke, Mayim Bialik moves from bashing pop stars to bashing movies, and more of today’s First Dibs.
The Maze Runner author James Dashner calls himself an entertainment “nerd,” and clearly has the same taste in television as the rest of us. “The show LOST really influenced [The Maze Runner]. That show just means the world to me,” he told VH1 at the New York premiere of the film adaptation of his best-selling novel.
Cara Delevingne could be the next Shailene Woodley, Matt Damon may be gearing up for more Bourne action, Disney gives the official storyline of Avengers: Age of Ultron, and more in today’s Last Lap.
Lupita Nyong’o brought glamour to Sesame Street, while teaching children to love their skin. The Oscar winner joined Elmo to talk about how skin comes in different shades, protects people, and also makes us ticklish.
If you love Jane Austen and Benedict Cumberbatch, you’ll remember today forever. The Sherlock star showed his pecs in waist-deep water to recreate a famous scene from the BBC’s 1995 Pride And Prejudice adaptation.
Barbra Streisand ended her 51-year absence from The Tonight Show yesterday, joining Jimmy Fallon for a duet medley and solidifying her legendary status. Babs was Fallon’s only guest, making up for lost time on the late night circuit.
Shocking an audience is a difficult thing to do these days, so constantly titillated are our imaginations. But with so many series reinventing the traditional format, losing a main character is often a surefire way to leave audiences with mouths agape. Most recently, The Good Wife saw leading character Will Gardner (Josh Charles) die, and Homeland lost one of its main driving forces, maybe-terrorist Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis). While these unexpected character deaths rattled audiences, it’s yet to be seen how their respective shows will carry on without them. Read more…
Will Ferrell‘s news will make your day, a new CoverGirl ad takes over social media, Sons of Anarchy ratings break records, and more of today’s First Dibs.