CBS has released an extended preview of its upcoming Stephen King adaptation, "Under the Dome," and it makes one thing abundantly clear: The town of Chester's Mill is definitely under a giant, invisible dome.
While the series -- from Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television -- boasts an impressive cast that includes "Breaking Bad" vet Dean Norris, the true star of this advance look is the titular dome. Airplanes unwittingly fly into the dome. People run into the dome. Others attempt to make physical contact with each other from opposite sides of the dome.
Gary Carr only thinks he's the first black character on the PBS period drama "Downton Abbey."
With the help of Funny or Die, Diddy sets the record straight -- even if he can't say "Downton" correctly. Apparently, the former Sean Combs (and former lots of other stage names) has been in the cast since Day 1 -- we've just been overlooking him.
Funny or Die inserted Diddy in pivotal scenes over the first three seasons. And the music mogul did not miss an opportunity to plug Ciroc vodka. Oh ... and he also tried to get Lady Grantham and Mrs. Crawley to make out a little bit. Gross.
Bill Hader might be on his way out at "Saturday Night Live," but he's not quite done wisecracking just yet.
Hader, who announced earlier this week that he's leaving the late-night comedy institution after its current season, appears in a series of promos for this week's season finale with the episode's host, Ben Affleck, to drum up a few laughs in the name of publicity.
"Crazy Ones": A father-daughter (Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar) workplace comedy set in the world of advertising. Executive produced by David E. Kelley ("Boston Legal"), Dean Lorey, Bill D'Elia, John Montgomery, Mark Teitelbaum and Jason Winer.
The premium cable channel released the key art for "True Blood's" Season 6 and it seems to be playing off reports that the series is saying goodbye to one of its major bloodsuckers.
On the larger scale, the series has been teasing a human vs. supernaturals war that is sure to include several deaths. But, there has also been some talk of the upcoming season being Eric's (Alexander Skarsgard) last.
The first trailer for Vin Diesel's second summer sequel, "Riddick," has hit the web and shows the titular anti-hero taking advantage of his night vision to battle nearly a dozen bounty hunters after his head.
Also to Riddick's advantage? The thousands of blood-thirsty alien predators that only come out at night.
While the second installment of director David Twohy's science-fiction franchise shid away from the dangerous planet audiences first discovered Riddick on, this one promises many more of the same creatures he fought off in "Pitch Black."
After revealing its 2013-2014 programming schedule at Tuesday's upfronts, ABC released first looks at its new series.
See videos below.
"Lucky 7": Revolves around seven employees of a service station in Queens whose lives are changed in unexpected ways when they win a lottery jackpot. Stars Stephen Louis Grush, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Summer Bishil, Anastasia Phillips, Christine Evangelista, Lorraine Bruce and Luis Antonio Ramos. Executive produced by David Zabel, Jason Richman ("Detroit 187"), Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey and Steven Spielberg.
"Once Upon a Time in Wonderland": Reimagination of "Alice in Wonderland," starring Sophie Lowe as Alice. Just as doctors ready to "cure" her of...