Bart and Lisa Simpson, Chief Wiggam and son Ralph, bartender Moe and Apu from Kwik-E-Mart came to the Hollywood Bowl to celebrate 25 years of "The Simpsons."
There has been a lot of discussion lately surrounding AMC's "The Walking Dead" and its gay characters - or, more precisely, lack thereof.
In relation to "our place" in the new crop of Fall TV shows, I will borrow a catchphrase from one Ms. Kathy Griffin and ask,"Where are my gays at?" Let's take a look at what we have to work with...
Joshua Altman and Geoffrey Taft are a couple whose work flipping properties has led to stardom as TV's new renovation mavens. They're featured on "Roadhouse Showdown," airing on A&E's new FYI network.
EDGE's exclusive interview with "Million Dollar Listing Miami"'s Chris Leavitt. And in case you're wondering - yes - he's single.
On June 21, the cast of "Orange is the New Black" assembled in Manhattan at the delightfully eccentric Crosby Street Hotel. Out of that day came the opportunity to conduct an exclusive, in-depth Q&A with stars Selenis Leyva and Kate Mulgrew.
The energy, dynamism, and drama of Theodore Roosevelt, his niece Eleanor, and distant cousin Franklin Delano Roosevelt crackles right out of the screen in this seven-part PBS series by master documentary filmmaker Ken Burns.
"Sons" is about bloody, tension-filled storytelling - it's a testosterone-infused soap opera.
All 23 episodes of the best comedy on TV comes to DVD in all its Day-Glo color!