The Oscar-winning screenwriter details the making of the acclaimed new TV series, and why the time is now to tackle serious issues on network television.
Jeremy Piven reveals what Ari Gold has been up to and admits he’s never seen a single episode of ‘Friends.’
Kiernan Shipka tells us all about the teleporting effects in her new SXSW film and how she looks back on the experience of making ‘Mad Men.’
Comedian Ken Jeong talks about making the transition to dramas and why the next season of ‘Community’ is his favorite.
Hanks tells us what he thinks happened to Gus after the “Fargo” finale and shares his thoughts on the first season.
Comic strip creator Jim Davis tells us the origin of Garfield holiday specials from the 1980s, the meaning of the Halloween special’s ending, and the gag no one ever noticed.
We interview Doonsbury cartoonist Garry Trudeau and star John Goodman about the new season of their Amazon Original Series “Alpha House.”
Is the end in sight for Sam and Dean Winchester? Not according to Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Jeremy Carver.
The man behind this season’s main villain offers a glimpse into Gareth’s mindset and shares some details about life on the set of “The Walking Dead.”
“I couldn’t imagine a better ending for Peggy’s story.”
The female lead of DirecTV’s original series “Kingdom” tells us how much the set stinks with man sweat.
Patton tells us how she was cast as Iris West in “The Flash’ and reveals how she and Grant Gustin create their onscreen relationship.
CraveOnline chats with H. Jon Benjamin about what fans can look forward to seeing from Archer in season six.
CraveOnline speaks with the cast of Archer about what to expect from the show’s sixth season.
Grillo tells us how he applies his real MMA fighting experience to his new DirecTV drama “Kingdom,” and how he’s training for the U.S. English language The Raid.
We speak to the executive producer of “Arrow” and “The Flash” about the Easter Eggs in the “Flash” pilot and pulling “Arrow” out of the season two finale.
We go one-on-one with a Hollywood legend out his new comedy “Blackish,” the future of “Hannibal” and Batman V. Superman.
The star of Star Trek and Harold and Kumar talks to CraveOnline about his new ABC comedy, the social media rom-com “Selfie.”
The former Reed Richards can’t help but call his new ABC show “fantastic.”
Adrianne Palicki explains why she was nervous about playing Mockingbird.