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A little slice of TV heaven will be airing on NBC next month, as an upcoming special will celebrate the iconic TV director James Burrows with a nearly complete reunion for the cast members of Friends. Here's your first look.
Heroes Reborn was not exactly the triumphant return everyone had hoped for. The show’s ratings never lived up to the hype surrounding its revival on NBC, and the resurrection never achieved much critical acclaim.Heroes Reborn creator Tim Kring has come out and stated that the Heroes franchise is apparently not quite as dead as people think it is.
Jenna Fischer reveals that the relationship between Jim and Pam on The Office benefited from her and John Krasinksi's genuine feelings for one another.
Thursday Night Football might be about to undergo a major change in the fall. The NFL is currently negotiating with the TV networks over rights to air the games. The NFL is looking to raise the rights fee and also asking that multiple networks split the games in a move that could be bad news for the networks.
Television super producer Dick Wolf is a great fan of building shows that can be turned into other shows. He did it to major effect with the (still running) Law & Order franchise, and a few years ago he started the process all over again with Chicago Fire. Now, he’s continuing his Chicago streak with Chicago Law.
Fans have certainly been clamoring for a Friends reunion and the cast doesn’t seem opposed to the idea. However, Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman has been vocal about the fact that she does not want a reunion to happen.
Tracy Morgan was in fine form during his appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show on Monday night. The former 30 Rock actor spent a good chunk of time yelling about Chewbacca and even jokingly threatened to “go back” into a coma.
Where there is smoke, there is not always fire, as there will sometimes be someone with a smoke machine there to incite a hubbub. Such was the case when NBC tried to say it had figured out some of Netflix's ratings. Netflix was not amused.
This weekend, a special Saturday Night Live edition of Undercover Boss took us to Star Killer Base, where Kylo Ren, the Commander of the First Order, went undercover as Matt, a radar technician, to see what was going on.
As it turns out: television networks don't exactly feel threatened by the growing prominence of streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu. Get the details.
You’re life may not be a joke, and you may not be broke, but the full-on Friends reunion set to occur later this month is already D.O.A., as one of the cast members won't be around for the taping. Can we get a sad set of claps from everyone?
We’ve been treated to a trifecta of shows based on emergency responders in Chicago. We first saw Chicago Fire, and were then treated to Chicago P.D. and Chicago Med. It makes sense that they’d want to keep the Chicago train rolling, right? Well, now there are tentative plans for a fourth installment, and here are some possible Chicago Fire spinoffs that we have no interest in seeing, ever.
While most people weren’t super happy to say goodbye to George, Elaine, Kramer and Jerry after 9 seasons on the air, there were so many side characters ripe for the picking that a spinoff seemed to be the logical next step for some of the actors close to the show.
There have been a lot of shakeups in late night television in recent years, so, it’s good to know that someone in late night will be sticking around for a while longer. It looks like Seth Meyers will be sticking with NBC for a bit.
If you want to know how many people tuned into the NFL playoff games over the weekend, all it takes is a quick Internet search to get those numbers. Finding out how many people are watching a Netflix show is a tougher gig, but now some data has been revealed that shines a light on the matter.