She’s 13 years old, the daughter of a working-class father, and not even a real person, but Tina Belcher, darling of the animated sitcom Bob’s Burgers, makes for one excellent role model.
Though their methods seem absurd, the cheapskates are a reminder of frugality in a nation swimming in consumer debt.
Cable channels are capitalizing on the benefits of scheduling good TV when nobody's watching.
Is the stigma against the medium beginning to wear off?
The same reason so many people watch NCIS or Law and Order: It's all a procedural.
Shark Week inspired David Shiffman to become a marine biologist, but now he’s made it his personal mission to publicize the television event’s misinformation.
Andy Daly's new show on Comedy Central reviews often-mundane life experiences and, in the process, highlights our everyone's-a-critic nature.
After his character's death on Game of Thrones, Jack Gleeson is giving up acting. Could this be the beginning of a trend for not-quite-A-list stars?
Not at all, really. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't enjoy it for what it is.
Two researchers dive into the spittle-flecked world of outrage media.
Answer: Win this show and the general population will believe you are smart. Question: What is Jeopardy!?
A new commercial from the streaming-media company shows your family gathered all around the Christmas TV.