Ben & Jerry's is kicking off summer with two new ''Saturday Night Live''-themed treats: Gilly's Catastrophic Crunch and Lazy Sunday; EW has uncovered six more flavors inspired by the sketch show that didn't make it out of the test kitchen
Now that the season is officially over, we've watched and rewatched every minute of every episode of television from the past year to determine our favorites; so with nothing but spoilers ahead, here's our list of the most award-worthy performances (Emmy voters, you're going to want to take notes)
After committing many murders on ''Dexter,'' Hanks is now trying to solve a few on FX's ''Fargo.'' As well-meaning but hapless police officer Gus Grimly, he's seeking answers about lethal mystery man Lorne Malvo (Billy Bob Thornton). We decided to bring in the 36-year-old actor for questioning of a different kind.
She spent seven years as a comedy powerhouse on ''SNL,'' stayed ''Up All Night'' with Will Arnett, and memorably soiled a wedding dress in ''Bridesmaids.'' How can Maya Rudolph possibly top all of that? By staging her own celebrity-filled song-and-dance variety special.
Who knows the four-time Emmy winner better than her costars? We asked the ''Veep'' cast and creator to share their best (and most revealing) Julia stories -- and then gave the star a chance to respond.
Turn on the TV and (maybe) turn down the volume: Billy Eichner is running wild around NYC in a new season of ''Billy on the Street'' (Fuse, Wednesdays, 11 p.m.), the riotous guerrilla game show in which he quizzes passersby about pop culture (and gets irate if they fail him); we asked Eichner who plays fury-filled Craig on ''Parks and Recreation'' what's riling him up