The Under the Dome season one finale had everything: pink stars, black tar, wooden gallows, green clovers, and purple horseshoes. Barbie's life hangs in the balance at episode's end. Did hopscotching through the season leave us wanting to come back?
You wouldn't think a show with an impenetrable dome around the town could have any new characters show up out of the blue. Oh! How you have underestimated Under the Dome season one. Home stretch!
John Oliver spent part of last night's episode of Last Week Tonight celebrating recent progress in the United States for marriage equality, until he realized our track record abroad is less encouraging.
The next batch of Under the Dome episodes sees Chester's Mill society on the brink of collapse, all while the effects of the dome get weirder. Did you know Domes can make rain and induce labor?
Did you want options this week? Too bad, this is blockbuster season. You take what your anthropomorphic robot gods bestow upon you.
Last summer's silly sensation Under the Dome returns for a second season on Monday. We're catching up by playing a game of TV Telephone, watching one episode, explaining it to the group, then passing along to the next in line. It's sure to be fun/dome-y.
The Daily Show has a theory on America's children: they're wimps. Especially when they're working long days picking tobacco. So on last night's episode, Samantha Bee went to investigate what it's like working on a tobacco farm as a teen.
Here's a preview: Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory didn't make it.
Based on the the tenth (!) trailer for Weezer's upcoming Everything Will Be Alright In The End, the album is either about Weezer and/or some other unnamed, possibly fictional band. After some not-so-wild speculating, we're betting Weezer.
"We're going to check in, right now, with some of our nation's hallowed institutions of higher learning," Jon Stewart said on The Daily Show last night. Which led to a dissection of the woefully inadequate ways schools handle sexual assault.
New rankings out Wednesday from CNNMoney break down the most stressed out cities in America. But the real story here: which city is the least stressed.
Sawyer's retirement means that all three of the major network nightly news programs will be hosted by men.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis announced Wednesday that the United States gross domestic product declined by an annual rate of 2.9 percent in the first quarter of 2014, the worst decline since the Great Recession.
As Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden gear up their 2016 presidential pre-campaigns, Jon Stewart knows the one way to settle the score: a good ol' fashioned poor-off.
We're pretty sure Dorothy and Toto weren't inside, but it's still a nightmare straight out of Oz.
The Primetime Emmy voters have actually already had their say. Ballots were due last Friday, and the nominations will be announced on Thursday, July 10th. In the meantime, though, we at The Wire feel it's only fair that we should have our say.
Workers at the Phoenix Veterans Affairs facility covered up the deaths of patients while on hospital waiting lists, according to a new report from CNN.
According to ESPN's Chris Broussard, LeBron James will opt out of the final years of his contract with the Miami Heat and enter the free agent market. In other words, grab the popcorn and prepare for The Decision II.
As Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants continue to expand control in Iraq, the United States is scrambling to figure out what to do. So on last night's episode of The Daily Show, Jon Stewart took some time to see how the president's plan measures up.
Captain James Tiberius Kirk, William Shatner IRL, would like to (not-so) humbly request that he be unverified on Twitter because too many "nobodies" sport the hallowed blue checkmark these days for his taste.