We're breaking things down for the new year.
Rise is inspired by a true story of a real working-class town. How I Met Your Mother's Josh Radnor plays a teacher who takes over a high school's lackluster theatre department and transforms the lives of seven very different students.
This behind-the-scenes chaos of a dating reality show hasn't been on air since August 2016. That means it's been more than 500 since we've watched Quinn and Rachel work their behind-the-scenes magic and mayhem on Everlasting and frankly we're about to lose it. Luckily, season three is almost here and this time, Everlasting is getting a suitress, so be prepared for a whole lot of eye candy, ladies!
Grab your best scrunchies because the beloved '80s thrasher flick is getting a modern-day makeover. In this small-screen reboot, three new -- and wonderfully diverse! -- Heathers are ruling the school, but there will be plenty of nods to the original, like the fact that Shannen Doherty will star in a mysterious new role.
Penelope is Cruz portraying Donatella Versace, Édgar Ramírez is playing Gianni Versace, Ricky Martin has been cast as the designer's longtime partner, Antonio D'Amico, and Darren Criss is taking on Andrew Cunanan, the man that murdered Gianni.
The family that put the "fun" in dysfunctional is coming back to TV! Since ABC announced the revival news, fans have been eagerly anticipating the beloved sitcom's return to the airwaves, and we're pumped to say that the entire cast -- yes, even Johnny Galecki -- is headed back to Lanford, Illinois.
What do you get when you mix the vivacious wit of Christina Henricks with the always hilarious Retta and a dash of Mae Whitman's undeniable charm? The recipe for the best comedy of 2018, that's what!
Life Sentence focuses on Stella, a woman who has been living with terminal cancer for most of her young adult life. When Stella discovers that she's cured, she has to learn to live with the choices she made when she decided to “live like she was dying," and rediscover the family who has been keeping secrets from her.
If you loved Big Little Lies, get ready for your next TV obsession. Based on the book by Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn, Amy Adams stars as Camille Preaker, a reporter who returns to her hometown to investigate the murders of two young girls.