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.
This is the way season one of 'Gotham' ends, not with a gang, but with a Riddler.
Against the odds, 'Tyrant' is back for a second season. Will it win back those who gave up on it?
The supernatural drama will begin filming this summer in Vancouver.
This episode shines a light on Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin, as his bloody past is brought to the forefront.
Low to moderate numbers across the weekend, which saw ratings wins split between ABC and CBS (but what else is new?)
The comedy series currently has the working title of 'Video Synchronicity.'
'The Last Man on Earth' finished its first season on Fox with mixed results. It wasn't the show it started off as, but did it end in a place worth returning to?
The revealing film features never-before-seen footage and music that takes viewers inside the mind of Kurt Cobain.
"There was a medical situation preventing me from crushing it to my usual standards, so had to take some time off until I was able to crush it at 100%, at which point I resumed crushing it full time."
Several finales help make way for last week's premieres, meaning it's finally time to do some serious TV catchup.