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The 7 Greatest Wrong Lost Theories Ever

Today is the tenth anniversary of the Lost series premiere. We are rerunning this article about the show’s finale, first published on May 18, 2010. If Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse are feeling generous, this Sunday’s Lost series finale will finally answer the one question viewers have been asking for … More »

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What You Need to Know Before Watching Season 2 of The Blacklist

NBC’s The Blacklist, one of last year’s breakouts, returns for a second season tonight at 10 p.m. (before moving to Thursdays at 9 p.m. starting in February). If you haven’t seen the show yet, or you’ve forgotten certain things, or maybe you’re just now getting to it, here’s a quick rundown … More »

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Kenan Thompson May Not Be Leaving Saturday Night Live

Earlier today, TMZ reported that Kenan Thompson would be leaving SNL after this season, citing sources who claim that Thompson planned to leave after last season but stayed on as a favor to Lorne Michaels. Its report continued by saying that Thompson plans to move to L.A. and is in talks … More »

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At Least 3 New York Times Editors Saw Nothing Wrong With Rhimes Article [Updated]

New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan has written a preliminary response to Alessandra Stanley’s widely criticized article about Shonda Rhimes. Sullivan writes that she agrees with readers’ strong negative reaction to the piece, and that she’s asked Stanley and Stanley’s editors for a response. In the meantime, I’ll say … More »

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It’s Live, Die, Repeat for Ioan Gruffudd in ABC’s Forever

It’s risky to base an entire TV show around the charisma of your lead actor, but if you insist on doing so, you could do a lot worse than hire Ioan Gruffudd, who’s in every scene of the fantasy drama Forever and narrates it as well. The Welsh actor plays … More »

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Sleepy Hollow Season 2: Where the Show Left Off and Where We Hope It’s Headed

Sleepy Hollow fans will be watching Fox tonight when their favorite sci-fi/pseudo-historical/detective-buddy/bonkers drama finally returns for its second season. But just in case you’re still scratching your head over last season’s truly bananas finale, here’s a rundown of where the major characters stand. Ichabod CraneWhere we left him: Let’s work … More »

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Fall TV Ratings Report: Madam Secretary Gets Sampled by Big Audience

At least 14 million viewers checked out the premiere of CBS’s new Téa Leoni drama Madam Secretary, according to early Nielsen estimates. Some of Sunday’s big Denver-Seattle game spilled into primetime on the East Coast, which means final numbers will change when they’re released tomorrow. However, two industry insiders reached … More »

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The Many Sex Faces of Outlander’s Jamie

[This post contains spoilers for Outlander, though not major ones — like, if you've seen a poster for Outlander, you can probably guess what happened on this week's episode.]On Saturday’s episode of Outlander, Jamie and Claire finally, finally boned. We knew they would, and they did, and it was wonderful. … More »

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20 Years Later: Friends’ 10 Most Quotable Lines

Today marks the 20h anniversary of Friends’ premiere episode. We are rerunning this piece, which was originally published on March 11, 2013. Vulture’s commenters had many more suggestions, which you can read here. And read Margaret Lyons’s piece on why she still loves the show a decade after it ended. PI-vot! … More »

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Gotham Is the Best-Looking New Show on Network TV, Though You Have to Grade It on the Superhero Curve

If you’re looking for a handsomely produced cop show set in a Blade Runner–ish world gone to hell, Gotham will give you what you crave. Created by Bruno Heller, who gave us CBS’s The Mentalist, it’s certainly the best-looking new series on network television: The dystopian cityscapes are feature-film quality.Be warned, … More »

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Gotham Is the Best-Looking Show on Network TV, Though You Have to Grade It on the Superhero Curve

If you’re looking for a handsomely produced cop show set in a Blade Runner–ish world gone to hell, Gotham will give you what you crave. Created by Bruno Heller, who gave us CBS’s The Mentalist, it’s certainly the best-looking series on network television: The dystopian cityscapes are feature-film quality.Be warned, though: … More »

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Every Episode From LOST, Ranked

Monday, September 22, 2014 marks ten years to the day since the LOST pilot first premiered on ABC. Here is its full catalogue of episodes, ranked. Read more…

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NYT Admits Alessandra Stanley’s Shonda Rhimes Article Was ‘Astonishingly Tone-Deaf’

New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan has written a preliminary response to Alessandra Stanley’s widely criticized article about Shonda Rhimes. Sullivan writes that she agrees with readers’ strong negative reaction to the piece, and that she’s asked Stanley and Stanley’s editors for a response. In the meantime, I’ll say … More »

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Netflix Finds That Some People Spoil TV As an Interpersonal Power Play

Netflix hired cultural anthropologist Grant McCracken to examine our national attitude towards spoilers, and found that more than 75 percent of us weren’t really bothered by finding out unwanted info about our favorite television shows. That’s probably because everyone is doing it — so much so that McCracken categorized five … More »

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Lost Turns 10: Take Our Quiz and Guess the Character’s Eyeball

Ten years ago today, Lost aired the first part of its two-hour pilot episode, which opened with a shot of one of the main character’s eyeballs. In Vulture’s time-honored tradition of celebrating anniversaries with quizzes, we’ve ginned up one for all you Lost heads. Identify the people to which these ten … More »

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Masters of Sex Recap: Lights, Camera, Masters

An important question before we dive into last night’s Masters of Sex: Who on the set of the show was responsible for the construction and rigging of Bill Masters’ fake morning erection? Is it a costume piece, or is it something the props department puts together? And what’s it made of, … More »

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Jim Carrey to Host Saturday Night Live

We already know that Chris Pratt, Sarah Silverman, and Bill Hader are scheduled to host the first three episodes of SNL this season. Now The Wrap reports that Jim Carrey will also host SNL this fall. This will make a third turn as host for Carrey, following his 1996 and 2011 … More »

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Breaking Bad ‘inspired murder bid’

A graphic designer attempted to kill her mother by putting poison in a drink in a plot inspired by the American TV series Breaking Bad, a court hears.

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Kim Kardashian Played an Alien on American Dad Last Night

Kim Kardashian made a cameo on American Dad last night, playing a furry alien that looked like a sexy (okay, sexier) version of Cousin Itt. She definitely pulled the whole I am not from this planet thing off! But also, when does Kim K. ever sound like she’s from this … More »

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Which Streaming Service Should You Sell Your Show To? A Guide for Producers

Pretend you’re a TV creator — where should you shop your series, Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon? Netflix Who should sell here: Anyone looking for the biggest (potential) audience — and a big payday. Two executives who’ve had dealings with Netflix both say that when there’s a hot project in the … More »

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