ABC shutters ''Selfie'' not even halfway through season 1; it's not the first time a show was cut down when it still had a chance to grow
When Retta isn't shooting NBC's ''Parks and Recreation,'' she's dropping hilarious bons mots on Twitter about everything from ''Devious Maids'' to ''Breaking Bad''
Summer TV can be a little bleak (no offense, ''America's Got Talent''), so we suggest brightening things up by marathoning a good show that's on hiatus; here, four EW staffers recommend binge-worthy dramas you may have missed
Sure, she's best known as ''The X-Files''' no-nonsense FBI agent Scully, but Gillian Anderson's career has taken some surprising turns since her alien-chasing days. We asked the 44-year-old actress who can currently be seen as a detective in the U.K. miniseries ''The Fall'' (available on Netflix May 28) and as an enigmatic therapist to the titular doctor on NBC's ''Hannibal'' to look back on some of her most memorable roles.
Her last name says it all: The 63-year-old actress -- star of Broadway's ''Dreamgirls,'' TV's ''Grey's Anatomy,'' and so much more -- is simply divine. Before returning to her massage-parlor perch as proprietor Georgia Cummings on Lifetime's sudsy ''The Client List'' (season 2 premieres March 10 at 10 p.m.), Devine took a few minutes to answer some probing questions for EW's Personality Quiz.
It may sound like a teen trifle, but ABC Family's ''Pretty Little Liars'' and its stars are changing how the TV industry measures success -- one tweet, keek, and status update at a time.