In comprising such a list, the staff here at Blend Television found that it was just as easy to come up with a list of shows that went on way past their prime. Shows that started off great
Sensing a weakness in the now William Peterson-less CSI on Thursdays at 9 PM, FOX dumped Fringe there for its second season, and immediately the ratings took a hit. Rather than give up on the show completely, which would be unfair, FOX is giving it a shot on a new night, with one of their strongest lead-ins: House
Some dorks just jump off the screen. Some are a little more subtle. This decade has proven dorks come in all shapes, sizes, social groups and professions. Let’s take a look.
Will he die or won't he? Fans of NBC's Heroes know that the ultimate fate of Nathan Petrelli has been up in the air all season, stemming from the events of last season's finale. Now, the network is promising the final answer to that question. Which means a lot, considering death is about as liquid on Heroes as most daytime soaps.
I don’t know, but now that Samuel’s grand plan is starting to be revealed he’s beginning to become a far more appealing villain than Sylar could hope to be in the current state.
It's good news for fans of Chuck, as NBC has confirmed that the series will indeed be making an early return with a two-night premiere. The action begins with a two-hour third season debut on Sunday, January 10 at 9/8 PM Central. Then, on the following night, Chuck slips into its regular Monday night slot of 8/7 PM Central, bumping Heroes back to 9/8 PM.
If the main character just woke out of an episode-long dream sequence, then things have gone real bad in the writing room. Follow this helpful little guide to know if a television writer's creative juices have just stopped flowing.
Didn’t the people behind Heroes decide that time travel is a slippery slope and leads to all sorts of confusing and ridiculous plot developments? Then again, isn’t this par for the course for what may be this show’s last season?
Heroes fans should be anticipating a major character death at some point in the series' future. Rumor has it, one of the original characters is going to bite it. More semi-spoilery information ahead.
Yesterday we posted a very spoilery image from next week’s episode of Heroes. And while the image certainly is juicy, now we have some videos from the episode to share with you!
This article contains spoilers from the Heroes episode titled “Hysterical Blindness.” If you don’t want to know any of the juicy details about the episode, read no further! Seriously, pull the plug on your computer and run away (or just click back or close your browser. It’s really your call).
Get some hints on what’s to come, learn which pastry is most useful in combat, and witness Hayden's confusion as she briefly thinks a member of the press has asked to teabag her
Next Monday NBC will air the fifth volume of Heroes, titled “Redemption” with a two-hour premiere. We’ve got a synopsis for the new season, including a recap of last season’s conclusion as well as some video clips from the season premiere.
The newest season of Heroes is set to premiere next month with a two-hour episode, which will kick off the “Redemption” chapter of the series. We’ve got a photo from the episode for fans to check out and obsess over. Fans of the cheerleader might need to be worried.
For those of you wondering what you missed at Comic Con as far as Chuck and Heroes goes, NBC.com posted video recordings of the panels that took place for each show. We’ve got them posted right here for you so you can get caught up on all the pre-season Chuck and Heroes goodness.