Following last night's live episode, which saw the Final Four's numbers reduced by one, the remaining three houseguests went out back to compete in the first part of the 3-part Head of Household competition.
FX has been steadily growing its original programming lineup for years. This summer, the network added Tyrant to its lineup and on Thursday, FX announced that the Middle East drama will be returning to the schedule for a second season. While Tyrant had a pretty loyal following this summer and managed to create a little buzz, Iím not surprised it took FX a little time to renew the summer offering.
Ellen is always up for giving her early morning guests a few challenges. This week she signed on Frozen actor Josh Gad and Ride Along actor Kevin Hart to join The Ellen Show for a very special segmentóa dance off. You can check out the two comedianís mad skills, below.
We're less than a month from the arrival of The Flash at The CW and the above photo does a good -- albeit dark -- job of reminding us of what's ahead. Barry Allen really doesn't look his best in the image, which shows him laying down while doctors work around him.
Hammond only has a few days to settle into the new gig. Saturday Night Liveís 40th season will hit the schedule on September 27 and NBCís announcement this morning noted that Hammond will be a part of Season 40 from day one.
While we may be waiting another few years for a proper movie to make its way to audiences, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. are looking to the small screen for the teamís next adventure. And, if you can imagine, it's going to be darker than your average comic book fare.
It's that time of year again, when all the networks unveil their hopeful new series and viewers have to wade through a ton of terrible TV in order to find the few hidden gems worthy of the always-shrinking room left on their DVRs. To help with this endeavor, let me offer some advice with this review.
While multi-camera sitcoms are the exception to the single camera rule on most networks, CBS has rarely swayed from this tried and true format, and their comedies stay on the air seemingly forever. Theyíve added two more to their development slate, and both come from The Millers creator Greg Garcia.
Big Brother delivered its second eviction of the week, and the last one we'll see before the grand finale a week from today. Who won the last Veto competition of the season? Who made it to the Final 3? And was someone blindsided tonight? We'll get to that, but first let's talk about the wrap-up from last night's episode.
If youíre a lady getting ready to go out for a night on the town, thereís a good chance youíll be putting on some stockings and high heel shoes. Of course, if youíre involved with the traveling exhibit at the heart of American Horror Story: Freak Show, then you probably donít need to worry about uncomfortable footwear.
Team Arrow has assembled for Season 3! The new poster clues us in to who stands behind Oliver Queen in Season 3, as if there was any doubt. The group isn't big, but they do have their strengths. From left to right, we have Roy (Colton Haynes) as Arsenal, Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards), Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) as the Arrow, Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy) and John Diggle (David Ramsey). These are Arrow's people.
While series like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. get fansí imaginations going crazy over what Marvel movie cameos may or may not be happening, you'll never be seeing Zack Snyderís Batman saving anyone on The CWís Arrow. DC has no interest in that kind of crossover appeal.
A disastrous first dance cut Lolo from Dancing With The Stars in its first week, leading the athlete to rag on herself in the aftermath. On Wednesday, Jones spoke out about her embarrassment at leaving the competition so early, as well as explaining how hard she is on herself as a competitor and coming to terms with that side of herself.
After airing on television for nine seasons, How I Met Your Mother made its final bow on CBS last spring. It follows the natural order of things that Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is now putting together the expected complete series set for fans, but on an even more fun note, the company has decided to give away a bunch of the props from the How I Met Your Mother set.
TNT just became the latest network to capitalize on the popularity of superheroes. On Wednesday, the Time Warner-owned network announced that it has signed on with Marvel to be the exclusive TV carrier of the next five Marvel films that are released.The additional programming should fit right into TNTís action-oriented lineup.