04:06 PM EDT 03/31/2014
Originally posted 03/26/2014 04:00PM
Originally posted 03/24/2014 12:00PM
Killing off a main character in a television show is a risky move: You're upending the show's world (and putting a coworker out of a job) in the hope that the shake-up will lead to something greater down the line. And guess what? Despite the ministrations of fans, who claim that they will never watch their favorite show without [insert character name here], it often works!
Below, 13 shows that did the same thing The Good Wife did Sunday night, and not only survived, but thrived.
Originally posted 03/20/2014 11:30AM
With Michelle Obama traveling to China with her daughters, President Barack Obama is fending for himself in the White House.
Fortunately, the commander-in-chief has a concerned friend eager to check up on him: Ellen DeGeneres, who quizzed the POTUS on his well-being at the First Lady's behest.
"Mr. President, Michelle said she's out of town, and she wanted to know, did you make your bed this morning?" DeGeneres asked via satellite on Thursday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Originally posted 02/14/2014 12:00PM
Our critics name their top entertainment picks for this week, from Miley's Bangerz Tour to Game of Thrones on DVD
Originally posted 02/13/2014 10:15AM
Robin Wright, who has found new love with actor Ben Foster, looks back at her relationship with Sean Penn and says they stayed together too long – for the sake of their children.
Originally posted 02/05/2014 12:45PM
On House of Cards, Claire Underwood is the queen of hearts, allowing her husband to sleep with a young reporter so they can leak damaging stories about their political enemies. And in an exclusive teaser from season two, it looks like the Underwoods are back to their old tricks.
But could it tear them apart?
In the clip from Netflix's hit drama, Claire (Robin Wright) and Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) are in full power-couple mode – though the tension between them is growing.
Originally posted 01/12/2014 10:15PM
Robin Wright has two big reasons to celebrate.
Originally posted 07/18/2013 12:30PM
The best news out of Thursday's Emmy Awards nominations is that newlywed Kerry Washington is up for best actress for Scandal.
I was worried that the ABC melodrama – about a beautiful political fixer with conflicted romantic feelings for a handsome, emotionally disturbed president – wouldn't be considered serious enough to merit attention.
Actually, now that I've written that out, I can see why the show might not be considered serious. It's ridiculous. And, in fact, it was shut out of the other top categories. (Although Dan Bucatinsky got a guest-actor nod.)
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