A month ago, no one knew who Cookie Lyon was. Four episodes into Fox’s new hit series “Empire,” and Cookie has blossomed into one of the hottest, buzziest characters on TV.
Mary Bayer, a drama teacher at northwest suburban Elgin Academy, is one of 15 educators vying for the $100,000 prize in the “Jeopardy” Teachers Tournament.
“Parks and Recreation” co-creator Mike Schur says the Cubs are going to win the World Series. And when they do, he’s coming to Chicago to gloat and drink free beer.
“Chicago Fire” and “Chicago P.D.” showrunner Matt Olmstead answers fans’ questions about the fate of Dawsey, when to expect a Casey-Voight showdown, what happened to Linseride and more.
Between the first and second season of “Sirens,” USA Network’s sitcom about a trio of Chicago EMTs added a hospital set to its North Lawndale studio space. The soundstage isn’t the only thing that’s grown. The show has, too.
“Chicago P.D.” stars Sophia Bush and Jesse Lee Soffer talk about their characters graduating from the friend zone and becoming a couple. They also answer fans’ questions about what’s in store for Linstead and more.
Already picked up for a second season, Fox’s musical drama is a sexy soap not afraid to get on its soapbox to combat homophobia.
“Chicago Fire” star Jesse Spencer talks about his pain-in-the-neck job, Dawsey fall out and spreading his wings with Severide as his wingman in response to fans’ questions.
FX Networks head John Landgraf dropped a few new details about the upcoming season of “Fargo,” including the fact that Ronald Reagan will be a character.
The fifth season of FX’s Emmy-winning comedy “Louie” returns at 9:30 p.m. (Central) April 9 after the series premiere of the basic cable network’s “The Comedians,” starring Billy Crystal and Josh Gad.