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NBC has officially greenlit Maya Rudolph and Martin Short’s upcoming live variety show for the network, get the details.
Possibly the most controversial moment in The Walking Dead’s six seasons thus far has been the near death of Glenn Rhee. Actor Steven Yeun, who portrays the pizza delivery boy on the AMC drama recently opened up regarding how he’d feel if Glenn had actually bit the dust.
One aspect that is severely lacking in The Walking Dead is romance. Then again, with the constant threat of both undead and living creatures trying to tear you apart, I guess love isn’t really on the mind.
After hearing word, a month ago, that another Firefly vet, Summer Glau, would be making the trip to visit former co-star Nathan Fillion on his ABC show Castle, we can finally have a gander at what her character will look like.
Dawson’s Creek redefined television for a whole generation of teens and young adults in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Even though the show ended in 2003, many fans are still looking for a reunion. But, it looks like Katie Holmes is here to put an end to all that talk.
In its endless mission for world domination, Apple has expanded its reach far beyond the world of personal computers. It's now entering the world of scripted television (so to speak), and a totally unexpected celeb has been tapped to star.
There's no reason to wait for the next Star Wars feature film to reconnect with the characters from The Force Awakens, as they're going LEGO for an interesting new project. Check it out!
When Emily Kinney’s time on The Walking Dead came to an end, people acted as if someone had actually harmed Kinney herself. Luckily, that wasn't the case, and the actress has found another starring role.
When it comes to superhero series on The CW, The Flash has to be the most lighthearted, but it knows how to do scary villains. Season 2 baddie Zoom has been a constant threat, as well as a mystery, but this new trailer teases his eventual unmasking.
Reboots and reimaginings have been the name of the game for new television series lately, and new ground has now been broken regarding a certain film-to-television project about an unlikely pair of cops, specifically Fox's Lethal Weapon update.
Network synergy can sometimes be a bad thing, but it more often than not leads to unique crossovers and moments that couldn’t really happen in any other fashion. Game shows are a great way to mix things up, and CBS will be using The Price is Right to do just that.
After the better part of a decade with no promising news, all of the details being released about the upcoming Gilmore Girls revival for Netflix would be overwhelming if they weren’t so exciting. It seems like every day has brought word of familiar faces being brought back, and now there's one more.
Before things get too serious within the Walking Dead fan community, let’s spend our last days in the hiatus by bitching about how terrible the children on this show are. Yes, I’m sinking to childish levels to take this on.
The people who managed to catch the CW series Gilmore Girls when it aired from 2000 to 2007 frequently fell in love with the witty, fast-paced dialogue, well-rounded characters and numerous pop culture references. Now, some of the gang is back together for a series of Netflix specials.
Texas Senator turned presidential candidate Ted Cruz recently pulled an ad for his campaign due the less than wholesome filmography of one of its actresses.