The fierce competition for supremacy in latenight just got more heated with the addition of ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to the 11:35 p.m. comedy terrain.
After 11 seasons -- and two cancellations -- the irreverent animated sitcom is still smoking.
Last week "Family Guy" reached a milestone few in the TV universe that few ever see.
Allison Williams doesn't read reviews but she considered it high praise when a friend started talking to her about her "Girls" character, Marnie, in the third person.
Tony Hale sees a significant difference between his "Arrested Development" character, Buster Bluth, and Gary on "Veep," an assistant to U.S. Vice President Selina Meyer.
Giancarlo Esposito had a feeling his time on "Breaking Bad" was nearing an end while filming the fourth-season premiere.
For Claire Danes, jumping from movies back into a TV series, and her first since 1995's "My So-Called Life," was not a tough call.
For the leading ladies of ABC's "Don't Trust the B in Apt. 23," the notion of evolving their characters means something different to each of them.
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