Few would recognize his face, but most would know his voice: that booming baritone that for nearly four decades would introduce the lineups on "Saturday Night Live."
Frankie and Zach, aka "Zankie," of "Big Brother" 16 broke up last week after a huge blowout. But they've seem to patch things back up...sorta.
For the Bon Temps crowd, the honorable women, the cute gay werewolves, and to see who's bombing whom, you know you really must stay tuned.
No rubber gloves. No high-tech instruments. No medical-malpractice lawyers. Welcome to the Knickerbocker Hospital, a bloody citadel of healing in circa-1900 Manhattan, the setting for "The Knick," premiering Friday at 10 p.m. EDT on Cinemax.
Bitchy repartee and withering put-downs characterize "Vicious," which sees its Season One finale air Sunday, Aug. 3.
In what may be the most inclusive "Big Brother" cast, homoeroticism on the CBS reality show continues to bloom.
Eric Kripke and Tom Favreau's sci-fi TV series about life after a total loss of electrical power matures somewhat in its second year. Sadly, Season Two is also the final season, following NBC's cancellation decision last May.
HBO's Roaring Twenties drama is poised for a sendoff with its imminent fifth and final season. Before Season Five premieres, though, you might find it worth your while to refresh yourself or play catch-up with the Blu-ray release of Season Four.
A sincere and moving new film version of the Horton Foote classic.