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Mystery Thriller 'Extant' Episodes Will Be Available On Amazon Prime Days After Airing On CBS
Remember last summer when Amazon Prime made each new episode of CBS’ hit summer drama Under the Dome available just days after it aired? Awareness of this may be contingent on whether or not you were a Prime subscriber at the time or had any interest in Under the Dome. Regardless, it was a new approach for CBS and Amazon Prime in quickly distributing the series on the streaming video service one episode at a time...
Intelligence Review: Soft Sci-Fi Procedural That At Least Stars Josh Holloway
Comparisons to Chuck are inevitable, however, the NBC series was a fish out of water story about some schlub getting a computer installed in his brain where Cybercom Special Agent Gabriel Vaughan in Intelligence doesn't just belong in the clandestine world, he was selected for the enhancement because of his extensive military training. But even government superheroes need protecting, especially when they're a coveted asset.
The Good Wife Cast Gets Goofy In New Thicky Trick Video
When Cary and Alicia left Lockhart Gardner to form Florrick & Agos, they earned the ire of an entire firm. It hasn’t always been fun or comfortable to watch, but it has been compelling. Luckily, it looks like the cast hasn’t been taking itself too seriously. Just check out their fun-loving dance moves in this brand new video.
The Good Wife To Debut Tracks Off Of Bruce Springsteen's Upcoming Album High Hopes
For this ratings grab, via Rolling Stone, The Good Wife will feature the leading single “High Hopes,” “Hunter of Invisible Game” and a new version of his classic “The Ghost of Tom Joad.” The album is a mixture of new recordings of old songs and tunes that were cut from Springsteen’s last few albums, so this isn’t as high-profile a release as one might expect. And that’s probably why CBS is getting exclusivity out of it.
What's on TV on New Year's Eve: A Guide To Ringing In 2014
When December 31 comes around each year, most people like to go out and make a scene, cause a ruckus, stir up some tomfoolery, or just generally go out with a bang. But sometimes the night calls for a quieter evening in. Enter: our New Years Eve round-up of the last televised happenings of 2013. We're here to help you make sure you ring in 2014 however the heck you want. It's your new year, too, after all: so do with it as you please!
2014 Midseason TV Premiere Schedule
While some may be enjoying the brief break in our regularly scheduled programming to enjoy the holidays and family fun away from the TV, others are likely itching to know when their favorite shows are returning. We have the schedule here, which not only includes the return dates for shows that kicked off this fall, but also the return and premiere dates for the midseason series, including The Following, Rake, The 100, Sherlock and more.
How I Met Your Mother Series Finale Date Set, Also Check Out Spoiler Photos From 'Slapsgiving 3'
How I Met Your Mother’s end is approaching. That in itself isn’t news, as we’ve known for some time that the ninth season would be its last, but CBS has announced the date of the planned one-hour series finale for the comedy, which is set for late March. We also have some spoilery information about a certain How I Met Your Mother ongoing story-arc that will be resolved before this comedy wraps up for good.
Watch Victoria's Secret Angels Lip Sync To Taylor Swift's 'I Knew You Were Trouble'
I’m not sure there’s been a better video featuring gorgeous models lip syncing since George Michael’s ”Freedom” music video a couple of decades ago. In an effort to remind us that The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is set to air a week from today, and that Taylor Swift is on board to perform, CBS released the above music video, which begins with one of the Victoria’s Secret Angels talking about flashing back to the big show
How I Met Your Mother's 'Rehearsal Dinner' Delivers A Canadian Twist
The clip reveals the twist during last night’s episode of How I Met Your Mother, when Robin had reached the end of her rope and Barney admitted that sometimes he was going to have to lie to her. Or rather, that he would need to bamboozle her every once in a while. Robin’s Canadian-ness has been the source of many a joke on How I Met Your Mother...
How I Met Your Mother's 200th Episode Will Focus On The Mother
How I Met Your Mother’s Season 9 eventful wedding weekend has so far managed to keep audiences interested and tie up a lot of loose ends. However, the long-awaited mother has been kept fairly under wraps, popping up in the plot only on occasion, and mostly through time-jumping sequences. Regardless, all of that is about to change, thanks to the comedy’s very special 200th episode.
Watch Jennifer Lawrence Chat About Pants-Crapping, Fulcers And Anesthesia On Late Show
Is anyone feeling overwhelmed or exhausted by Jennifer Lawrence’s charm? Yeah, me neither, at all. The Oscar winning actress is back in the spotlight as The Hunger Games: Catching Fire arrives in theaters, and that includes a trip to Late Show to charm the Pants off David Letterman and his audience.
Star Trek TV Series Probably Won't Happen Anytime Soon
With J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot all over TV these days — including the recently premiered Fox cop drama Almost Human — added to his involvement in the Star Trek franchise, it’s a wonder we haven’t heard word that there might be a Star Trek revival headed to the small screen in some form or another. Abrams spoke briefly about that recently, and it sounds like CBS is currently responsible for the fate of the Star Trek TV franchise, and they aren’t currently interested in doing anything with the property.
How I Met Your Mother Spinoff 'How I Met Your Dad' Is Moving Forward
Whether or not you’re a fan of the idea of How I Met Your Mother being spun off, it seems CBS is optimistic about the project as they’re moving forward with it. It’s currently titled How I Met Your Dad, and the latest update is that CBS has given the comedy a pilot-production commitment.
The Reinvention Of The Crime Procedural: 5 Shows Doing It Right
The crime procedural and television go together like peanut butter and jelly, or green eggs and ham. Or, like a serial killer and a jail cell — which is probably why they’re so darn popular. For over fifty years, the crime procedural has dominated television: from Dragnet to Columbo, 21 Jump Street to Law & Order and beyond — all of these iconic procedural dramas made the case for, and canonized, the methodology behind the madness, now and forevermore. In fact, crime procedurals are the number one US television export. We seem to really love them, huh?
Josh Holloway Stars In CBS' Upcoming New Drama Intelligence, January Premiere Date Set
We’ve been waiting quite a while to see Josh Holloway back on TV in a starring role, and CBS is about to make it happen sooner than originally planned. CBS has set the premiere date for Intelligence for January, a month ahead of its originally scheduled February debut.