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The Flash is the closest a comic book TV show has ever come to actually reading a comic book. Tonight's episode was no example, as we were introduced to both a new hero, a new villain, and a familiar face.
As we creep into the holiday season, we start to look forward to various traditions. One of our more recent television traditions is the NBC live musical. Following on the success (for certain values of the word) of The Sound of Music and Peter Pan, we're now getting The Wiz, and the cast looks great.
Syfy has done a good job in the recent past of building up their original scripted programming slate, with more (hopefully) quality series coming soon. But not everything is meant to last forever, such as Dominion.
New fall TV shows can sometimes seem come and go with the blowing of the wind. Every now and then, though, a show breaks the cycle and sticks around for a while. Now Quantico has proven itself a hit and has been rewarded.
One of The Flash Season 2ís main draws is delving into the multiverse, specifically by introducing people from Earth 2. However, will we see other alternate Earths in the series?
For his appearance on the Saturday Night Live 40th anniversary special, Eddie Murphy withdrew from participating in any sketches and stuck to addressing the audience, but he almost played Bill Cosby for a great sketch. Here's why he didn't.
Throughout Season 1, Manhattan delivered more surprises and emotional drama than one might have expected. Viewers can expect the same things from Season 2, and here are three things to have in mind for the season premiere.
Donald Trump is hosting Saturday Night Live. We say again, Donald Trump is hosting Saturday Night Live. The Republican presidential candidate will make time in his busy campaign schedule for some good old-fashioned sketch comedy.
The CW is by far the smallest of the five network channels, and many of its shows are able to survive long-term despite ratings that would get them cancelled on one of the big four. But Beauty & the Beast just couldn't go on.
CBSí long-running comedy juggernaut†The Big Bang Theory has come a long way since its premiere in 2007, and the cast around the central four nerds and their neighbor has grown. One of those people will be seen more in Season 9.
Some of Gotham's Season 2 resurgence has to do with James Frainís intelligently devious Theo Galavan, but more of it was tied to Cameron Monaghanís manic performances as the Joker-ish killer Jerome.Want more of him?
While some series are just barely hanging on by the time they reach a sixth season and beyond, The Walking Dead is working on all cylinders. But the ratings, while notably high in general, were not that exceptional for the show itself.
With shows like The Flash and The Vampire Diaries taking up part of its schedule, The CW isnít a network that aims for realism at all times. But then thereís Reign, and that show is taking a page from history with its Season 3 arc.
If youíre of a certain age (read: old) then you may be one of those people who believes that television just hasnít been the same since 1998 when Mr. Show with Bob and David went off the air. But now there's With Bob and David.
Remember back in 2011, when Seth Rogen made The Green Hornet andÖwell, thatís it. Remember when that happened? It turns out that wasn't the last time he would work on a costumed crimefighter project.