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Despite Under the Dome being a pretty huge summer success for CBS over the past few years, the network has decided that it’s been cooped up underneath that structure for long enough, and the execs are ending the show after this season.
Instead of bringing in a slew of actors, singers sports figures and the occasional political figure, to round things out, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert wants to do something a bit more unusual with the late night lineup.
As The Flash Season 2 races towards our televisions, the show hadn’t really given viewers a very good idea of what to expect from this season’s big bad Zoom. But now we know what he'll be like, as well as the horror icon that will be playing him.
Recently, CBS also premiered a slew of brand new photos from the upcoming episode “The Matrimonial Momentum,” which features the couple all dressed up and looking snazzy. You can check out the first photos from the marriage-based episode.
For many, whale watching can sometimes be one of the most rewarding pastimes. Just ask the BBC’s Steve Backshall, who completely went apeshit – or is it whaleshit? – during a segment taping for the docu-series Big Blue Live when an actual blue whale surprises everyone by swimming around nearby.
We’ve seen some pretty flashy footage from the Netflix drama so far, but today the subscription streaming service released the full trailer for Season 4. It’s pretty intense. Give it a watch.
Though ratings are rarely the best way to determine a show’s specific impact on society at large, each year’s top-rated shows often lack a surprising number of much-talked-about series, and here are 7 shows whose fame was far more prevalent by word-of-mouth over eyes-on-screens.
While Oliver Queen is fighting criminals in Star City during Arrow Season 4, his flashback self will be spending time in a place familiar to Green Lantern fans. Check out the confirmation after the jump.
Original programming is popping up left and right on cable. VH1 even tried its hand at a new original last winter when it premiered Hindsight, a time travel show that features a woman named Becca who is sent back to 1995 to right some of the mistakes she made as a young woman.
When it comes to making famous people put themselves through strenuous tasks in the name of “survival,” Bear Grylls just don’t give a flip. And he will host one of the most famous people in the world soon, as President Barack Obama will join him for Running Wild later this year.
Saturday Night Live is gearing up for its 41st year in the late night schedule, and while there won’t be a ton of tweaks to the cast, the sketch comedy series has added one new name this week.
To be expected, every nook and cranny of the Internet overflowed with loving tributes to Wes Craven and his illustrious career following the filmmaker's death on Sunday. We will probably see televised accolades over the next few weeks, and the first of those will come this week.
Anyone who is generally familiar with Miley Cyrus’ VMA performances should know that she’s a bit out there in terms of costumes and general personality. This year, however, MTV actually handed Miley Cyrus the mic and asked her to host the whole shindig, which led to numerous costume changes, some wilder than the last.
As one of the last television season’s biggest surprises, as well as one of the most successful freshman series of all time, Fox’s Empire can basically do anything it wants in Season 2 without the fear of viewers leaving it behind. But one star may be featured a lot less.
Whether it be a heartfelt speech, a surprise winner or one of those epic live television double takes, there has to be something for people to talk about, or else the entire thing will simply fade into obscurity and blend in with all of the other previous ceremonies.