We have a new profile of Taylor Schilling, the star of the new Netflix series Orange Is the New Black. And, as it happens, it’s her birthday.
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Who2 has a new biography of TV producer and movie director J.J. Abrams. His latest, Star Trek Into Darkness, is now playing everywhere.
Kiefer Sutherland is set to return to TV in an updated 24. Just when he thought he was out, they pulled him back in.
Composer Angelo Badalamenti tells and shows how the theme song to Twin Peaks was created, in this short and funny video.
Fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer will enjoy these videos of a live performance of the musical episode, “Once More With Feeling.”
Actress Angela Lansbury was born 16 October 1925 in London. That makes her 87 years old today.
Singer and television star Andy Williams has died at the age of 84 from cancer.
The 18th of September is the anniversary of the first-ever Jonny Quest episode. It’s his birthday, of sorts.
Watch our favorite supercuts from shows such as The X-Files, Mad Men and Breaking Bad.
Canadian actor Jonathan Frid died. He played vampire Barnabas Collins on TV’s Dark Shadows in the 1960s. Frid is dead, but Barnabas Collins is alive and well.
Funny how all the hype about The Hunger Games doesn’t even mention that it stars Jim Halpert from The Office. That’s who that is, right?
In the newest issue of Out magazine, X-Files star Gillian Anderson talks about her career, but it’s her mention of romances with women that got the attention.
Good ol’ Paula Deen. She was one of 2011’s great meme generators, and she’s been a headline queen since 2012 began.
Davy Jones, the lead singer of The Monkees, is dead at the age of 66.
Actor Harry Morgan, who played Colonel Sherman Potter on the TV series M*A*S*H, has died after a bout with pneumonia. He was 96.
On a night just like this in 1971, a legend was born. The legend that the movie Brian’s Song is the only movie that will make a grown man cry. I weep that there are men who can cry so easily.
Remember the Horta, from the Star Trek episode titled “Devil in the Dark”? I grew up watching Star Trek in black and white, so I’m always stunned to see it in color. It was news to me that the Horta was anything other than black with grey spots. In fact, it’s brown and orange, which makes it look like a shag rug or a wet piece of pepperoni pizza. And it turns out there’s a Hungarian underneath it, giving it life.