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Gotham Series Casts Alfred, The Penguin And Two Other Roles
Following word that Ben McKenzie was signed on to play the lead role in Fox's planned Gotham series comes even more casting news for roles including the Penguin -- also known as Oswald Cobblepot -- Captain Eessen, Alfred Pennyworth, and Barbara Kean. What's even more exciting about the casting news is that it comes with some character descriptions that give us some new clues about this promising new series.
The X Factor Cancelled By Fox, Simon Cowell To Return To The UK Series
After premiering to ratings far lower than some expected, The X Factor's numbers continued to dip steadily over the course of its three-season run and no amount of drama, mentor shuffling or format shifting could get those numbers up.
Gotham Fox Series Casts Ben McKenzie As Detective James Gordon
Since last fall we've known that Fox would be bringing a Gotham City-set drama to the small screen. In fact, the network seemed so intent to make the Commissioner Gordon-focused Gotham happen that they sent the project straight to series, leading us to wonder who would succeed Gary Oldman and those who came before him in filling the police commissioner's shoes?
Judy Davis Exits 24: Live Another Day, Villainous Role To Be Recast
It looks like Judy Davis will not be appearing in 24: Live Another Day after all. The actor was lined up to play a villain in the upcoming Fox event series, however reports state that she has to drop out of the role due to personal reasons.
New Girl Super Bowl Episode Brings In More Than 25 Million Viewers
Fox chose to showcase two of their comedies for the coveted post-Super Bowl hour of television that typically benefits hugely from the football game lead-in. Sure enough, New Girl's "Prince" episode brought in a whopping 25.8 million viewers, which is massive, especially by comparison to the show's normal weekly viewership.
UPDATED: Super Bowl 48 Scores Highest Ratings Ever
When a game is as lopsided as Super Bowl 48, it should be no surprise that the ratings suffered — though that’s all relative when it comes to the biggest sporting event of the year. The Super Bowl has taken a super dive (it’s still early on the west coast: give us a break) in the ratings this year, but not so much that it didn't still end up as one of the most viewed games ever broadcast. FOX's Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos-fronted game pulled in an average of 96.88 million viewers, down 13% from last year.
Almost Human 'Unbound' Clips Tease John Larroquette And A Robot On A Rampage
After a couple weeks of hiatus, Almost Human returns tonight with "Unbound" and with it comes a guest appearance by John Larroquette, who's featured in one of the clips Fox released to tease the episode. As you'll see in the first clip, Laroquette was Dorian's creator and it's evident from his emotional reaction to seeing Dorian this model meant a great deal to the genius roboticist.
Jack And Chloe Look Beat Up And Angry Amidst London Chaos In 24: Live Another Day Teaser
London is a mess. Cars are overturned and burning. People are running and then there's the sight of two very familiar, very beloved characters stumbling into the street. One of them has a gun. The other looks irritated, but that's ok. She usually does. The man raises the gun and fires off a few rounds, then lets out a rage-filled scream.
Watch The Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey Trailer Inspire Wonder In This Super Bowl Commercial
Produced by A Million Ways To Die In The West'sSeth MacFarlane and Ann Druyan, the series updates the world on what science has discovered since the original ended. Cosmos, the original, is considered by everyone as the most important public outreach by the scientific community. It presented accurate scientific concepts that are complex and beyond the ken of average people without specialized degrees in an entertaining and easily digestible way.
Fox To Stream Super Bowl Online And On iPads For Free
For football obsessives, we're closing in on the biggest day of the year, and plans for the game are being formed. So Fox Sports Go, a new service from the Fox Sports network, has decided your need for nonstop Super Bowl XLVIII action is the perfect time to show off its online and mobile authentication service. The application will stream the event as part of a one day free preview on February 2, 2014.
Rake Review: Greg Kinnear Drama Has Charm, Needs Edge
Everything about Rake's first episode is fine, with potential for goodness — and possibly even greatness — down the line. But it doesn't quite get there in the first episode. Instead, "Serial Killer" feels like a case of TV deja vu, where everything seems a bit too familiar, as though we've seen all this before.
Tate Donovan Takes It To The White House In 24: Live Another Day
FOX is stacking the deck of its latest event series, the reboot of its hit television series, 24, as evidenced by the announcement that Tate Donovan (Damages) will join the cast of the Jack Bauer epic. Officially titled 24: Live Another Day because the Kiefer Sutherland-fronted project is going for a James Bond-ian theme, Donovan will inhabit the role of Mark Boudreau, the White House Chief of Staff.
24: Live Another Day Premiere Date Set For May, Yvonne Strahovski Joins Cast
Jack Bauer will live another day on Monday, May 5. Fox finally announced the premiere date of their anticipated event series 24: Live Another Day, along with word that Chuck’s Yvonne Strahovski has joined the cast. Fox also announced the premiere dates for their new comedy Surviving Jack and drama Gang Related.
Enlisted Review: Humor Gets Drafted In Fox's Excellent New Comedy
The easiest way to describe Enlisted is probably to compare it to one of its contemporaries with the new series doing to the army what Brooklyn Nine-Nine does to the police setting, taking a potentially serious location and filling it with endearing, goofy characters. But instead of a P.D. in New York, the Fox Friday night comedy takes place in 'Rear D' with a 'super soldier' taking charge of a ragtag Rear Detachment Unit that his two hopeless brothers call home.
Penny Dreadful And Wayward Pines Unveil First Images Of People Standing Around
As a horror fan, I consider myself spoiled by the wealth of television series that are giving the genre its due attention. Two of the most intriguing upcoming projects are Showtime’s literary mash-up Penny Dreadful and Fox’s small town thrillerWayward Pines, created by M. Night Shyamalan and Chad Hodge. Intriguing doesn’t necessarily mean good, mind you, but there’s certainly less clear expectations going into these series than those that came attached to Hannibal and Dracula.