Every so often, a film sequel gets made despite having zilch to do with the original film. It happens less often on TV, but that’s exactly what’s happening with MTV’s upcoming Scream series, based on the highly lucrative film franchise of the same name.
It’s a tough job to be an on-air personality. Radio and TV personas have to be on all the time. They are expected to be knowledgeable on a variety of topics, and more importantly, they are expected to enunciate clearly. Usually, on-air personalities are pretty good about staying professional, but occasionally, they are a garbled mess.
Yes, Syfy and its president Dave Howe have revealed that Sharknado 3 has not only been confirmed, but now we know more about what it will be about, too.
Arrow has lined up a diverse group of villains for its third season. Oliver Queen will soon be drawn into conflict with comic book bad guys like Digger Harkness, Cupid, his old nemesis Malcolm Merlyn and League of Assassins leader Ra’s al Ghul. However, Oliver may soon face his toughest challenge yet.
Is Ryan Murphy running out of ideas? This week Fox has decided to go straight to series with the latest endeavor from Ryan Murphy, along with Glee co-creator Brad Falchuk, Glee producer Ian Brennan and American Horror Story producer Dante Di Loreto. The new project is described as a horror anthology series crossed with a comedy based in a school.
Drea De Matteo is one lucky TV actress, starring in not one but several fan-favorite TV shows that have resonated with viewers. Due to her popularity on HBO’s The Sopranos as well as FX’s more recent series Sons of Anarchy, Matteo has been able to take home some pretty sweet props over the years.
In a matter of weeks, Valerie Cherish returns! HBO has been teasing us of the Comeback comeback for a while now, and this week, we finally have an actual trailer, which fills in a few more blanks about what this limited series will be about. Check it out!
Britain’s reality TV circuit may have just hit a new low. This week, a UK porn star known as the UK MILF, aka Rebecca More, embarked on a trip across Britain. It’s not the trip that is particularly sordid or kinky, but the reality show Ms. More plans to film during her days on the road. The show doesn’t have a title yet, but More calls it her “Sex Tour of England.”
However, recently a brand new survey was conducted finding that people nowadays not only expect spoilers, they often revel in them. Television has gotten much better in recent years, so good in fact that shows have become water cooler topics, whether or not everyone is caught up on them.
With only eight episodes in the fifth and final season of HBO's Boardwalk Empire, the second-to-last sure snuck up on us. "The Golden Days For Boys And Girls" felt like only yesterday but, now that the events of "Friendless Child" have also past, there's only one week left. The penultimate episode added a few more bodies to the pile, bridging the big losses and bloody showdowns of last week with those sure to occur in the finale.
A bunch of pissed off parents are coming together to stop Toys R Us from selling Breaking Bad action figures in their stores, and though bullet-ridden bodies, this isn't exactly child's play.
Unlike some TV shows that burn through a good story and fizzle out, HBO’s The Wire could have lasted a dozen more seasons, with Ed Burns and David Simon’s all-encompassing storytelling malleable enough to adjust to almost any kind of plot direction. But it turns out HBO wasn’t all about hearing every single story the two show creators had to tell.
Gotham has only been on for a few short weeks, yet Fox’s drama is already becoming known for its slew of well-drawn villains. Jada Pinkett Smith plays a brand new character in the Batman prequel, and recently she divulged how she was able to land the part of Fish Mooney on the high profile series. Apparently, it involves a wig, a leash and young man.
Despite all of the zombies that wander around trying to eat people on a regular basis, all of the character drama developing from one episode to the next sometimes causes us to forget that The Walking Dead is a horror series. Horror, after all, is relative.
According to his Sopranos co-star Drea de Matteo, James Gandolfini was a fierce champion for those he cared about, and he really cared about everyone he worked with on HBO’s hit show. He cared about them so much, he took money from his own pocket to help his co-workers when they were screwed out of some money by the subscription cable network.