In terrible news, Laura Prepon won't be a series regular on the next season of Orange is the New Black.
Well. Prince joined Twitter.
It was only a matter of time until someone hit Time Warner Cable with a lawsuit.
Super interesting: "How does The Sopranos hold up with the binge-watching culture?"
Not surprisingly, a lot of networks really want Tina Fey's new comedy.
Lindsay Lohan will appear on Eastbound & Down.
Portlandia, The Simpsons and Adventure Time have all won early Emmy's already.
There's a robot that makes gifs now.
Take a look at what TV would look like if you could trade characters from show to show. This is a great concept, and makes for an interesting article.
This tumblr that mixes Morrissey lyrics with Peanuts cartoons is my favorite thing to happen to the internet in a long time.
Chicago Fire is trying to find the best firehouse dog in America.
Darren Aronofsky is sticking with a ballerina for his next film.
The Game of Thrones third season boxset looks pretty cool.
The fake movies from Seinfeld have movie posters.
Greg Daniels is ending his deal with Universal TV because his shows aren't getting picked up.
Homeland wanted to kill off Brody last season, but Showtime wouldn't allow it.
Glee might not (ever) reveal how Cory Monteith's character, Finn, dies. I dig that.
Modern Family will deal with the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling of same-sex marriage.
No question that Breaking Bad is one of TV's best series ever created.
Speaking of, here are 21 Breaking Bad easter eggs you might have missed.
And here's 24 facts about Ghostbusters you might not know.
Ed Helms has sold a single-cam comedy to NBC.
You'll be able to see Thor: The Dark World in IMAX 3D a whole week before its regular theatrical release.