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Fox is looking to adapt one of cinema’s most intriguingly lethal illicit affairs with the upcoming serial small screen rendition of Fatal Attraction. The 1987 film that showcased the killer consequences of the most ill-advised instance of adultery ever will soon get its own event series.
We’ve been waiting 23 long years to see Bruce Campbell return to the role of the deadite-stomping Ash Williams, though it feels like even more. Now we finally have our first official look at Ash and his chainsaw hand, as well as his new cohorts.
So far the only actor that’s been confirmed to return for Agent Cater Season 2 is (to no one’s surprise) Haley Atwell, leaving some fans wondering whether any of Peggy’s supporting cast will be returning. Fortunately, we now know she won’t be without familiar faces.
While some train wrecks manage to gather people all around them to try and help out, others send people running away as quickly as possible. Donald Trump's current situation fits firmly into the latter, and his actions have caused both Miss USA hosts to drop out of the show.
However, one side effect of removing the flag from culture has led to the removal of The Dukes of Hazzard products from stores. Now, TV Land even says it will no longer air any episodes of the classic series.
As The Simpsons makes its way to a monumental Season 27, it is (at the moment) doing so without the vocal talents of Harry Shearer. In the meantime, people are coming out of the woodwork to show their own talents...like Republican Ted Cruz.
NBC has been on a cancellation and renewal binge over the last few days. First, it was bad news for Hannibal. Now, the network seems to have dropped the axe on new series American Odyssey, as well.
Sometimes it pays to have cable, at least if you are a Walking Dead fan. The AMC TV series wrapped up its fifth season all the way back in March, but unfortunately fans who were hoping to catch up on the latest season of the series via means alternate to cable may be a bit disappointed.
When The X-Files returns to Fox (and millions of ecstatic fans) next year, the limited revival series will bring back many of the things that fans love about the franchise, but it won't be delivering sequel installments to any of our favorite episodes.
In its first season, The Flash introduced its audience to a variety of heroes, villains and supporting characters. Following in Arrow’s footsteps, The Flash is adding a variety of new players for its sophomore season, all of whom will be crucial to the story.
If the always hilarious Amy Schumer can get a few particular details worked out, we might see our weeks-in-the-making dreams come true of having Schumer leading a future season of The Bachelorette. Probably not, but maybe.
A recent episode featured a slew of popular NFL players, including Vernon Davis. During the episode, Davis got in a few ridiculous Family Feud answers, leading to plenty of Steve Harvey’s signature looks and commentary.
Alex Trebek has been hosting Jeopardy for a really long time. One of the more entertaining side effects of this is that as pop culture has evolved many of the clues in the game show cover things you never would have dreamed of when he started hosting in 1984.
It’s strange to think that Friends has been off the air now for over eleven years, and Saturday Night Live cast member Vanessa Bayer pulled out an extremely solid impression of Rachel Green on Jimmy Kimmel Live! recently, and it makes us want more.
Anytime a show makes it to the point where it’s one of the longest running series on TV, conversations inevitably turn to when it might end, and South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are used to it. Thankfully, they seem to be putting that ball in Comedy Central's court.