The actress shows off some fancy leg work as the New York Academy for Dramatic Arts teacher in the upcoming season, debuting Thursday, September 13 on Fox.
A bucket of body parts is passed through a mob of patients in this mysterious glimpse at the new season, debuting on FX in October.
Rachel makes the big move to New York City in the new season of Fox's musical series, debuting Thursday, September 13 at 9 PM ET.
The actress posted this photo on her Twitter page, which may hint that the ABC series is planning an ode to classic sitcoms.
Even the staircases hold creepy secrets in the new season of FX's horror anthology series, debuting this October.
The hipster princess trades the East Village for marionberry Pancakes in the January return of IFC's hit comedy.
We also have zombie transformation photos and new episode shots featuring Andrew Lincoln, David Morrissey, and Danai Gurira from the AMC series.
AMC canceled the crime drama after rating quickly dropped during the series' second season, but the show might still have life in it yet.
The Time Lord returns with a brand new season starting Saturday, September 1 at 9 PM ET on BBC America.
Melissa Leo, David Morse, and Wendell Pierce are featured in these shots from this new season, debuting Sunday, September 23 on HBO.
Take a look at how a seemingly innocent white rose fits into this new season of FX's horror anthology series, debuting in October.
The Dixon Brothers are also featured in this latest look at the return of AMC's hit horror series on Sunday, October 14.
The annual Hollywood Foreign Press Association awards show will be televised live on NBC from the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Take a look at where Jax, Tara, Gemma, and Nero are heading in this new season, debuting Tuesday, September 11 at 10 PM ET on FX.
This vigilante daughter of a mob boss will appear in a multi-episode arc on The CW Network superhero series.
Guest Stars Include Wayne Brady, Kevin Sorbo, Rob Delaney, Billy Dee Williams and Brenda Song.
Executive producer Greg Daniels will return as the show runner until the end of the series, saying that the finale is pretty cool.
This right-hand man to The Governor is a new character that doesn't originate from Robert Kirkman's comic book series.
Creator and showrunner Ryan Murphy shared this new photo from Fox's hit TV show with all of his followers on twitter.