Johnny Carson Never Left; He Just Took a Broadcast Vacation

Turner Classic Movies launches "Carson on TCM", a series dedicated to the best celebrity interviews Carson conducted.

Mad Men Season Six in Review: Both Sides, Now

It’s been a full week since Mad Men season six wrapped up and we entered a sad, Don Draper-less limbo of watered-down Manhattans and happy marriages.

Knock Knock. Who’s There? Dr. Who Visits Nerdmelt

There's a special magic that happens when fifty Whoovians laugh in unison in a small room on a hot day.

‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Season 10, Episode 8 Recap: Facts, Chills, and Kisses to Start the Season

The first night of performances brings powerful dancing, heavy competition, and a big night of smoochies.

The End is Nigh

Contemplating the mortality of Showtime’s slasher series, Dexter, as it slices into its final season

‘Under The Dome’: New Stephen King Series Premieres Tonight

With the release of CBS's Under the Dome, we count down the best—and worst—Stephen King adaptations.

A Mob-Size Talent: The Best of James Gandolfini

James Gandolfini was a versatile character actor who was shining onscreen before–and after–he hit it big on The Sopranos.

“So You Think You Can Dance” Season 10, Episode 7 Recap: Meet Your Top 20!

We’re off to an exciting, though not surprising, start with the reveal of the Top 20 dancers.

Honest, Awkward, and Lesbian: ‘Little Horribles’ Hits the Web

Amy York Rubin, creator of the darkly funny new web series "Little Horribles," talks "Girls," the lez world, and feeling out of place.