The 2013-14 TV season returns in full swing this week after the winter break, and Saturday Night Live has announced its January lineup. Drake will pull double duty as the SNL host and musical guest on January 18th, while Jonah Hill will mark his third appearance as host on January 25th with musical guest Bastille. Hill will be promoting director Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street, which is currently gunning for Oscar nods in multiple categories—including Hill as Best Supporting Actor. By the time Hill’s SNL show comes around, the Oscar nominations will have already been announced (on January 16th), so look for the show to have some fun with that one way or the other. The Wolf of Wall Street is currently playing in theaters everywhere.
NBC has set a ten-episode order for the as-yet-untitled series, formerly known as 'Patient Zero,' from the screenwriter of 'The Imitation Game' and the director of 'World War Z'.
"It means 'I fuck your village.'"
Nicholas D’Agosto will be back to make an even bigger dent in the series.
Here's our first look at Noah's "new and sexy" version of 'The Daily Show'.
Examples: "my name is my name!" and "the king stay the king."
"Football has a way of making a man feel invincible."
The show returns to AMC on Sunday, May 31st at 10pm.
Eight strangers, picked to live in a house, to find out what happens when things stop being polite, and start being real: 'Sense8.' Wait …
It's mere seconds of footage, but it's better than nothing.
Perhaps binge-watching is not the way of the future after all, or perhaps it's just not meant for every series; Jenji Kohan, Matthew Weiner, and more weigh in.