There have been all kinds of threat warnings regarding the situation on the ground in Sochi. That being said, not all of these threats are created equal. Here is a rundown of some of the security threats the Sochi games might face.
Whether calling for a boycott, a change of venue, or the repeal of Russia’s discriminatory laws, these notable people have spoken out against some aspect of the 2014 games in Sochi, and raised awareness about Russia’s anti-gay legislation.
Why is it that the Olympics seem to have such an image problem when it comes to animal rights? As upsetting as the Sochi dog killing story may be, it is far from the first animal rights controversy to strike the Olympic games.
Given the global popularity of the “Game of Thrones” series, it’s only a matter of time before the other actors on the show are snapped up for '80s film reboots of their own. Here are some ideas for “Game of Thrones” stars who could star in '80s reboots.
The second season of “Ripper Street” will conclude on Dec. 16 in the UK, but will not air on BBC America until February 2014. Despite somewhat low ratings, canceling this gritty Victorian crime drama was still a bad call. Here’s why.
Despite Karl Urban’s immense likability, the series was predicted as having a 10 percent chance of getting renewed by TV by the Numbers. Here are four reasons why this futuristic crime drama hasn’t been a ratings smash.
Bostwick’s character is Armitage, a womanizer who owns the theater where the musical is being staged in the “Psych” special. In honor of Bostwick’s upcoming TV appearance, here’s a look back at some of his most celebrated TV roles.
Chaplin isn’t the only “Game of Thrones” star who has parlayed her HBO success into the international cinema scene. Here is a list of other “Game of Thrones” stars who have done films in a language other than English.
Year after year, it seems like the contestants on “Top Chef” make the same mistakes when it comes to their Restaurant Wars strategy. Here are five common mistakes that teams seem to make every time Restaurant Wars comes around.
The experts at TV by the Numbers have predicted that ratings for “The Michael J. Fox Show” have dipped so low that the freshman series is “certain” to be canceled. What will the cast of this once-promising series do next?
TBS has developed a reputation as a home for quality comedy that wasn’t getting its fair due on the big networks. As 2013 draws to a close, here are some TV comedies that are “on the bubble” for renewal, and could potentially find a new home on TBS.
Part of the reason that “Dracula” is losing its audience may be because vampire fans aren’t getting to see the types of scenes they crave. “Dracula” and other vampire TV shows, take note. Here are some things TV fans really want to see more of on vampire-
In the “Bones” episode "The Nazi on the Honeymoon" newlyweds Booth and Brennan head to Argentina. Unable to totally relax, they decide to help a local detective investigate the murder of a Nazi war criminal.
While Deb, Lila, and even Lumen were mostly well-written, the majority of women on “Dexter” were underdeveloped and one-dimensional. Here are five of the worst female characters that appeared on “Dexter.”
In a season where one main character has already been killed off and brought back to life, there’s no reason Monroe couldn’t come back! Here’s what happened in this crazy episode, in case you missed it!
With all the hate that’s been thrown at “Dexter” since the show’s controversial finale, it’s hard to remember that “Dexter” was once a critically-acclaimed series. “Dexter” broke a lot of new ground, and irrevocably changed the TV landscape.
“Top Chef” has showcased a number of exhausting, overnight cooking challenges over the years. Some dishes just taste better if you slave over them all night, and these challenges prove that the extra effort can make or break a dish.
While “Revolution” has always had its share of guns, sword fights, and bloodshed, the episode “Love Story” seemed especially gory. If you couldn’t stomach this brutal episode, here’s a guide to what you missed out on!
Carrie coped with the fallout of Saul’s testimony, while Dana continued her struggle to feel normal and loved with her suspected terrorist dad out of the picture. Here’s what went down, in case you missed it!
In this exciting episode, Aaron tried to figure out why he was brought back to life, while Miles contends with the creepiest guy in America. Here’s what happened in this episode, in case you missed it.
This fall marks the return of “The Vampire Diaries,” as well as two new vampire shows: “The Originals,” a “TVD” spinoff, and NBC’s “Dracula.” Which of these shows will flourish, and which will get staked?
Set six months after the nuke attacks on Atlanta and Philadelphia that dominated the Season 1 finale, the Season 2 premiere of “Revolution” was jam-packed with tons of surprises. Here’s everything you need to know about “Born in the USA,” in case you miss
In the tense season finale of “Broadchurch,” Danny Lattimer’s killer was finally revealed. But the identity of the killer is just part of the mystery…why the killer murdered Danny is the real question!
So, why should you care about these two chefs? First off, as New Orleans-based chefs, they are likely to have an edge over the other contestants in any challenges that revolve around New Orleans cuisine.
Here is a rundown of characters that have been mentioned previously on the show, but have yet to appear on-screen. From family members to rival attorneys, these characters are hotly anticipated additions to the “Suits” cast.
Watching both final seasons side by side, it is easy to see where “Dexter” has gone wrong and where “Breaking Bad” has been getting it right. Here are some final season lessons from “Breaking Bad” that could have massively improved “Dexter."
“Game of Thrones” isn’t the only TV show that’s generated some weirdly memorably audition experiences. Here are some other stories about actors who had strange, unusual, or just plain odd audition experiences during their TV careers.