“SNL” makes it official: 6 new cast members
Beck Bennett, John Milhiser, Kyle Mooney, Mike O’Brien, Noel Wells and Brooks Wheelan will be featured players this fall.
“Breaking Bad” delivered its greatest episode with “Ozymandias”
In last night’s episode, says Tim Goodman, “it was like every moment contained a line or an action that you couldn”t believe was playing out– partly because we”ve all been waiting for them to unfold, pretty much since the show began but most definitely, and with authority, in this final season. This, with two episodes to go, felt like the biggest reveal in all five seasons — the writers flipping almost all the cards over, playing their hands, ending the suspense (and yet, most people were still probably barely breathing or stuck to the ceiling).” PLUS: “Conan” welcomes “Breaking Bad” creator and cast the day after Emmys, “Ozymandias” director Rian Johnson tried to avoid learning the ending, Were those Walt’s pants?, this episode yanked our hearts into our throats, one of the most emotionally destructive yet dramatically satisfying hours of TV, “Breaking Bad” props sell out for a New Mexico charity, how Jesse’s scene was shot, it was a parade of your worst nightmares, Was that Heisenberg or Walter White?, and this one of the best yet most sickening episodes of this great show.
Tristan Wilds changes his name to “Mack Wilds”
The “90210” and “The Wire” alum is rebranding himself ahead of the release of his new album. “Mack has a whole stronger meaning,” he says. “It’s a name that my grandmother gave me.”
Elisabeth Hasselbeck makes her “Fox & Friends” debut
Elisabeth was quickly greeted by “View” friend Sherri Shepherd, who made a surprise appearance this morning.
Billie Piper joins Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful”
The former “Doctor Who” star joins a Victorian drama with a star-studded cast that includes Josh Hartnett, Eva Green and Timothy Dalton.
Ron Swanson takes on London
Watch another preview of “Parks and Rec” in England.
Anti-NBC stickers surface in Hollywood
Who’s responsible for denigrating the Peacock?
Paula Deen cries “tears of joy” at her first post-scandal public appearance
The former Food Network star received a standing ovation at the Metro Cooking & Entertaining show in Houston on Saturday.
“Rizzoli & Isles” boss exits
Showrunner Janet Tamaro, who developed the series, is leaving after four seasons.
“The Office” supplies are for sale on eBay
Iconic props from the NBC comedy are being auctioned off.
Emmy winner Bob Newhart plans “Big Bang” return
“There’s a script I’ll be doing in October, and I’m pretty sure I play Professor Proton in that,” Newhart said last night after winning his first-ever Emmy.
“House of Cards” wins its first two Emmys
The Netflix drama beat out its TV counterparts in two Creative Arts Emmy categories.
Netflix uses piracy to pick which programs to buy
For instance, Netflix found that Dutch viewers liked to illegally download “Prison Break.” So the Fox series was added to the Dutch Netflix lineup.
“The Newsroom” ends Season 2 with a “bummer” of a finale
Aaron Sorkin almost redeemed himself this season, until that disaster of a finale. PLUS: Comparing election night reality vs. “The Newsroom,” well, that was godawful, and it sort of felt like a series finale.