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If you’re anything like us, you’ve probably been struggling over how to add fall’s new shows into your already-packed TV schedule. To help you tackle this daunting task, we’ve done a little of the leg work and found out which shows are worth your time. Click through for our list of the 6 shows on your existing schedule that have jumped the shark – and the new (or improved) shows you should swap them out for. More»
You don't have to watch a lot of television to know how much fictional friend groups love local bars - just take the bar where everybody knows your name from Cheers or every NYC hot spot from Sex and the City. But are today's sitcoms still table-hopping? You bet. We've rounded up our favorite TV spots and their real-life counterparts. Click through the slideshow and see whether you've ever been to some of these TV hotspots! More»
Things are changing for women in media, and we couldn't be more excited about it. We're seeing more TV shows with female leads now than ever before, and we want to celebrate the awesome women who have blazed the trail in the entertainment industry for us ladies who want to make it big. Click through the slideshow and check out some of our favorite female trailblazers in television.
You grew up with TV dinners, but now it's time for some grown-up TV desserts. We thought that we'd mix things up, so we're bringing you drunken cupcakes inspired by some of our favorite cult comedy shows. From a Bluth-inspired banana daiquiri dessert to some pink champagne cupcakes that'll make you want to Party Down, these treats will keep you going through commercial breaks! More»
While most of your shows may be winding down for the season, two of TV’s most anticipated are just getting started. After a year off the air, Game of Thrones finally premiered on HBO last night and season 6 of Mad Men returns next Sunday, April 7. While you could just post up in front of your TV alone with a frozen pizza, why not join other super-fans at some of the city’s bars that screen the shows. Click through to find out where you can honor GoT’s fallen with some Jello shots or sip on a Don Draper-themed cocktail every week. More»
Ever wish that The Office's Jim Halpert were your local paper salesman? Or that you could spend a night bar-hopping with HIMYM's Barney Stinson? We can't help you make their acquaintance, but we can help you bring your favorite shows to real life - sort of. From Modern Family-inspired nail polish to Dunder Mifflin paper, here are some of your best bets for sitcom-inspired products! More»
We've been counting down the days until the new season of Mad Men begins. Season 6 is expected to have more than a few plot twists and chic outfit inspiration. What better excuse to watch the two-hour premiere with friends than a celebratory '60s-themed cocktail party? Start planning early, using this guide to help create an unforgettable beginning to the second to last season. More»
When you read an interview with, say, Tina Fey or Kristen Wiig, you know that you're in for a few laughs. And when you can watch a interview with a comedy star? Even better. But the very best form of comedy Q & A? Web series in which funny people interview each other. From Zach Galifianakis' Between Two Ferns to Joan Rivers' In Bed With Joan, check out this round-up of our favorite interview series in which comedians ask the questions... and other comedians answer them! More»
Well, folks, after seven seasons, 30 Rock is officially a sitcom of Thursday nights past. And although Liz Lemon will always occupy a special place in our Netflix queues, we're on the hunt for new shows to satisfy our comedy addiction. We figured that you might need comic relief too, so we've rounded up some series in development that we're super excited to watch! More»
So you're a television addict. We get it - welcome to the club. But you're a city person, too - not a couch potato! Which is why we're here to help you swap channel surfing for city sight-seeing - with, of course, a small screen edge. From studio tours to archived television-watching sessions, here's our handy run-down of NYC's best spots for the sitcom and comedy-obsessed! More»
Have you ever been so invested in a TV show that you almost feel like you're living vicariously through the characters? Now, with our help, you can actually live the lives of your favorite TV characters, minus the on-cue laughter. Skip the cliché $40 bus tour and visit these of-the-moment TV film locations instead. Click through to see Cafe Grumpy, the coffee shop from Girls, and McGee's, the bar that inspired MacLaren's in How I Met Your Mother.
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Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.