You might say it’s been “calling” him.
Carrey’s return to TV after a two-decade absence reunites him with the director of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
David Lynch envisioned the series’ third season as more or less an 18-hour movie, and, like most Lynch films, best enjoyed in one sitting.
Summer used to be a boring wasteland when it came to TV. Not anymore.
10 Years with David Duchovny: On Loving Garry Shandling, Missing Bonnie Hunt, and Fighting for the Future
A decades-spanning journey that goes from Princeton and straight back to The X-Files.
Stephen Colbert parodies the Trump White House (as best he can) in trailer for Our Cartoon President: Watch
The new Showtime series premieres next month.
There’s been no shortage of excellence in our living rooms all year long.
Agent Cooper’s 18-hour odyssey was emotional, hilarious, and eerily prescient.
Emmy winner Waithe wrote and produced the show’s first season, which starts January 7th.
The series, which follows working-class African-Americans on Chicago’s south side, debuts in January.
Let’s not forget about the ending (?) to one of the greatest television series of all time.
Big Little Lies, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Saturday Night Live take home the gold.