The Tour De France makes for spectacular sports television. Only the Olympics and World Cup soccer have more viewers worldwide. Published June 23 2012
In celebration of Father's Day, we celebrate the TV dads we love who are rad, bad, tough as nails, or plum crazy, but all wildly entertaining. Published June 15 2012
UPDATE: We will host a special chat just for the West Coast at 9 p.m. Pacific. See you then! Published June 3 2012
We learn the fate of our favorite characters of Westeros in the last episode of Season 2, which will be an extra ten minutes long on Sunday, June 3. Published June 2 2012
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