Chris Serico has deconstructed entertainment on national TV, interviewed A-listers, and written commentary highlighted by The New York Times and "Late Night."
At Thursday night's star-studded, black-carpet New York City premiere for "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," J.K. Rowling needed just one word to tell Circa what makes her think "Enough of This S***!"
Rather than standing on your neck, Circa is celebrating the series' history and legacy with the show's deadpan star, Tracy Grandstaff, and co-creator, Susie Lewis.
Watch Chris Serico's clips and quips from TV Guide Network's national broadcast of "Sexy Beasts: Vamps, Wolves and Mutants."
Circa attended the "Sully" movie premiere in New York City, where Tom Hanks, Clint Eastwood and Aaron Eckhart discussed everything from the heroism of Capt. Chesley Sullenberger to the pilot's hypothetical approach to snakes on a plane.
Megan Fox, starring in 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,' is red carpet-ready – but would rather avoid all the glitz.
The Mets wouldn't have won the World Series without this music video. Probably.
In honor of the TV show's 25th anniversary, here are five ways the nostalgic favorite was like nothing else on TV.
Nine-time Grammy winner Sheryl Crow has performed with everyone from Michael Jackson to Céline Dion, but another name came to mind when Circa visited her Nashville home and asked her about her greatest musical collaboration.
Years before the writer-director-producer helmed TV and movie hits, J.J. Abrams was a student at Sarah Lawrence College.
The director says Hollywood no longer ‘makes movies about real people,' but does double duty in front and behind the camera to rectify that with his new movie, ‘And So It Goes.’
Clowns could use some good P.R. these days, so leave it to "Younger" star Sutton Foster to do just that this week at PaleyFest in New York City, where she told Circa about the time she dated some clown. And not a figurative one, either.
Some celebrities' outfits push boundaries far beyond even the most liberal corporate dress codes. For that reason and others, don't expect these stars to be working at a Starbucks, which recently updated its dress code.
Heralded for bringing joy to children who are in the hospital as part of a feel-good Super Bowl bet, Chris Pratt has been rallying behind a young brain-cancer patient whose motto is "Fear Isn't Real."
We asked Brock Lesnar, Sasha Banks, Goldberg, and other WWE wrestlers about the last time they got in touch with their sensitive sides.