Fox is getting ready to splash Wilson’s surly detective all over TV screens this winter in the gruff comedy Backstrom, which you can get a new glimpse of here. But shhh. He's hunting wesbians.
Next week will see the introduction of Harvey Dent in Gotham. While this version of the character will share similarities with previous adaptations, the Batman prequel will also explore the character in ways never seen before.
There were a lot of great bits that happened during the Simpsons/Futurama crossover this past Sunday, and the creative team waited until almost the very end to drop one of the wackiest reveals in the show’s history.
Sticking around on the same series for 13 years is a pretty incredible feat, regardless of what the show is. Reality TV is an even more fickle landscape for mainstays, and the surprisingly long-lasting American Idol is losing one of the few people who’d been around since it started.
The Batman prequel hasn’t reached 10 episodes yet, and many of Batman’s major villains have already appeared or have been announced. Fortunately, the show is trying to balance out that negative energy by adding more good guys into the mix, which may include the family that birthed the Caped Crusader’s future sidekick.
To be expected for an episode with characters from two different millennia, the “Simpsorama” plot was delightfully convoluted and extremely free with the logic. In that sense, it felt closer to a “Treehouse of Horror” special than a standard episode. While it wasn’t exactly a pitch perfect crossover, there was more than enough humor to go around, and here are the ten best moments from the episode.
This weekend Futurama is getting resurrected once again. It will be the Planet Express crew's shortest comeback but they will be back for “Simpsorama,” the sixth episode of the twenty-sixth season of The Simpsons and the long-awaited crossover of Matt Groening's animated series. However, The Simpsons have been spotted on Futurama many times before. Here are twelve especially clever references...
It’s not completely unheard of for a show to get rebooted, especially if it is a game show. On Thursday, Fox announced that it will produce brand new episodes of Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?, a game show that originally ran on the network for three seasons before getting shipped off into syndication.
Earlier today, we got to see a few sneak peeks at what Fox’s upcoming Simpsons/Futurama crossover will look like, and now Fox has released the “Simpsorama” couch gag, and it is hedonistically glorious! Watch it now!
This weekend, two of the greatest TV shows in existence will meet up episodically for the first time, as Futurama’s Planet Express crew heads to The Simpsons for a partially out of this world crossover episode called “Simpsoroma.” It’s a dream come true for fans like myself, and Fox has released a few stills from the episode to embiggen fans’ excitement.
Only a few days after it was announced that Fox’s Gotham was going under the hood to bring iconic villain Scarecrow to TV audiences, we now have our first look at one of the other 700 Batman villains currently calling Gotham City home. Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Harvey Dent.
Gotham has made it its mission to introduce viewers to as many future Batman villains as possible, and now one is on the way that is especially frightening...well, he will be in a couple decades, that is.
Fox’s Gotham has gotten off to a pretty villainous start, with a slew of heavy hitting names wreaking havoc in the big city. While Carmine Falcone, Fish Mooney, and Salvatore Maroni all have their finer points, the most fascinating character to watch has been Oswald Cobblepot, a young villain with bold aspirations.
After consistently failing to find an audience or any kind of love among reality TV addicts, Fox has finally pulled the plug on their self-described “social experiment,” Utopia. The news is hardly a surprise, but while many are gleefully warbling “I told you so” across Twitter, few are remembering exactly how much this reality show cost the network.
Anyone who has ever seen an episode of Arrested Development knows that it is about a selfish and totally messed up family who loses their fortune and gets into wacky shenanigans while coming to terms with their new monetary status. However, recently creator Mitch Hurwitz announced that originally Arrested Development was based around two clear premises that never made it into the show.