Collegian Columnist Ellie Rulon-Miller says while there were some minor disappointments, the mid-season finale of “The Walking Dead” was worth watching.
Some TV characters just stick out among the rest as the total fashionistas.
Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin and Tracy Morgan will be returning to TV screens for an all new season of “30 Rock” Thursday night. Business as usual, right?
Danny Marchant explains why he believes “Parks and Recreation” is one of the best shows on television.
The eighth and possibly final season premiere of the CBS comedy “How I Met Your Mother” is now underway.
After a dip in quality in the eighth season, “The Office” attempts to return to its original form.
Here’s a look at upcoming television shows for the fall season.
Collegian columnist Herb Scribner discusses the recent ‘Breaking Bad’ mid-season finale, and the effects the cliffhanger will have.
AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” the successful television adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s increasingly popular comic book series about a zombie apocalypse, returns on Oct. 14 with its highly anticipated third-season premiere.
The new comedy “Veep” is an HBO release that will leave fans of comedy satisfied.
HBO’s new comedy, “Girls”, premiered April 15 to positive response.
This new ABC comedy shines with its quirky combination of misplaced celebrities, roommate reign and southern belle simplicity.
Sunday night television just got a whole lot better.
Behind the music: Lesser known artists to be celebrated at MTV sister awards show.
NBC’s popular television series should have called it quits after Carell left, but instead continued for far too many unfulfilling seasons.
Here’s a look at the new show “GCB” (“Good Christian Belles”), starring Leslie Bibb and Kristin Chenoweth, that premiered Sunday, March 4 on ABC.
In a recent episode of glee, instead of focusing on the importance of winning a competition, the writers focused more on the characters.
Collegian Columnist Victoria Knobloch reviews ABC’s new show “The River”
There is nothing like the feeling of a finished series, but then what?
In this column, Herb Scribner describes how “How I Met Your Mother” and its recent popularity among college kids has a real message.