Seasons greetings, TV.com readers! The holiday season is upon us, and on the internet, that can only mean one thing: It’s time to start compiling our various year-end stories and lists.
As of this week, preparations for the fourth annual installment of TV.com’s Top 100 Everything are officially underway; just like last year, we’ll spend the last days of December reliving the most excellent television moments of 2011.
But selecting the 100… Continue reading Call for Submissions: Your Top TV Moments of 2011
Don’t let anyone tell you differently: the Muppets are an institution. Although they’ve endured both stunning highs and shocking lows, Jim Henson’s felt creations are a cultural landmark and Kermit the Frog ranks somewhere around “Mickey Mouse” in worldwide recognizability department. It’s well earned fame. Throughout their nearly four decades of existence, the Muppets have been making us laugh, making us cry and providing the rarest of entertainment: something that… Continue reading 8 Great ... Muppet Movie Moments
Spotted: The cast and crew of Gossip Girl partying it up at Cipriani on Wall Street in New York in honor of the show’s 100th episode, which airs Jan. 30. But fans also have reason to celebrate: While the show has yet to be officially picked up for another season, Gossip Girl executive producers told to EW just prior to the bash that they believe a sixth season… Continue reading ‘Gossip Girl’ scoop: Bosses planning on another season. Plus, the cast teases big moments in 100th episode
The Good, The Bad, The Bogus: Moments in ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’
Harry Potter achieved the impossible. He defeated Voldemort while leading 8 pretty solid films – a huge feat in a cinematic world where most sequels suck. But for all his successes, there are little demons and inconsistencies in Harry’s cinematic closet. With J.K. Rowling’s pen whipping up massive tomes, there was all manner of little tidbits and… Continue reading The Good, The Bad, The Bogus: Moments in 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows'
When its greenlight was first announced, American Horror Story instantly became one of the year’s most-anticipated shows. Sure, America’s love affair with Glee has begun to wane, and I don’t think anybody was thrilled about the last, say, four seasons of Nip/Tuck, but it’s a testament to creator Ryan Murphy’s creativity (not to mention his self-promotion skills) that a basic-cable gothic horror serial would garner the interest it has. Add… Continue reading American Horror Story: The 10 Biggest WTF Moments from the Premiere