Late Late Show replacement host James Corden isn’t scheduled to take over until March 9, which leaves quite a large gap to be filled. Luckily, CBS has signed up a massive list of guest hosts from all areas of entertainment to take over in the interim.
When Red Band Society hit the schedule this fall, it premiered to low ratings, and despite a compelling cast of teens and plenty of spark from Octavia Spencer it looks like the hospital drama was never really able to gain a foothold on Fox. On Wednesday, it was announced that Fox has declined to order the back 9 episodes of Red Band Society.
As people on the Internet who read things and then perhaps comment on them, you’re about to get a TV show based on your wordy antics, with presumably less sexism, racism and all-around hatred for all things that exist. And it's coming from Joel McHale.
Few network nail promos like FX does, and they’ve dropped a batch of superb Archer clips out there for the show’s rabid fanbase to imbibe on. Hope you aren't shy about seeing Archer's genitals racked with pain.
Reelz’s look at Whitney Houston’s death allegedly used a fake drug dealer as a part of its “true” narrative, which makes one wonder how often this kind of thing happens. But before we all don our Inspector hats, here are ten of the most memorable instances where TV wasn’t being as truthful as we thought it was at the time.
For a show that wouldn’t be the show we all love today without the hard work and creativity of some awesome women, it’s a bit sad and shocking that there hasn’t been a female writer on the Doctor Who since 2008. Luckily, this week Doctor Who announced it will be turning over a new leaf this week, hiring its first female writer in six years.
Jonathan Bennett competed on Season 19 of Dancing with the Stars. Onstage, he may have looked fairly smooth, but a recent video reveals the Mean Girls took a gigantic fall while practicing for ABC’s hit series. Check it out.
Seth Meyers is a pretty good interview, but last night he stepped away from the desk to bring us a brand new “Second Chance Theater” sketch, this time bringing in Jason Sudeikis to highlight an SNL segment that never made it to the live show.
HBO is becoming a key channel for original programming, which includes hit shows like Game of Thrones and Girls, but also original documentaries. The subscription cable channel recently signed on for a Scientology documentary following the rise of L. Ron Hubbard’s belief system and its popularity in Hollywood. It’s based on the controversial book written by Lawrence Wright called Going Clear.
Marvel girl power is in full effect with the new trailer for 2015’s highly anticipated Agent Carter. The brand new thirty second clip has Agent Carter aka Hayley Atwell doing exactly what we are hoping for in the series: kicking ass!
For people who love getting a deeper look behind the scenes of visual media and don’t normally seek out reality television on a normal basis, truTV’s reality competition Fake Off needs to be blowing your mind. To take you out into space for a while, we’ve got an all-new exclusive clip from the next episode that is a true testament to how surprisingly engrossing these performances are.
It looks like Watchmen’s “The Comedian” is taking on the role of a baseball God. That’s right, Jeffrey Dean Morgan is ready to put on his cleats and play a famous baseball player in an upcoming miniseries. He's joining an already impressive cast.
If you’ve been paying attention to Disney XD’s Star Wars Rebels, you know that the swashbuckling animated series feels right at home within the Star Wars universe, almost more than the second trilogy. So there's definitely interest in a new series of space adventures in the future, right?
Supernatural is getting a bit slow in its old age. It might have taken seven episodes, but we finally got the setup for Season 10 that usually happens in the first couple episodes of a new season. Introduce yourself to this season's big bad.
It was fun watching Barry Allen zipping around and dodging Blackout’s lightning bolts on tonight’s episode of The Flash, but there’s a good chance everyone reading this wants to see just one thing: Flash and Arrow duking it out in next week’s crossover episode “Flash vs. Arrow.” Get a good look at the episode here.