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Julie delivered the news many fans wanted to hear at the start of tonight's episode of Big Brother. No, I'm not talking about the twin twist, though that resolution was also welcome.
We’ve fought through five seasons of watching your favorite characters die, on Game of Thrones with season six on the way. Odds are, at some point, you’ve shouted at your television “When will it all end?” Well, we may actually have the answer to that.
Now the whole cast is returning for Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer: First Day at Camp, and executive producer and actor Michael Showalter is happy to explain exactly why it doesn’t matter how old the cast looks.
There have been rumors floating around about a live-action Star Wars TV show. Now there is talk that there are actually THREE different shows that Disney is developing, with Netflix as the planned destination. Is there a planet big enough to hold all the anticipation?
With streaming, DVR and general apathy working against live television to continue capturing the eyes and brains of audiences, it takes some pretty strong non-sports programming to get people interested. Enter Exorcism: Live.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. may not have the highest ratings on ABC, but a long time ago it convinced us that it was a series ready to tackle bold and intricate storylines and bring us characters with complex professional lives. This season, lead Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg) is getting a nemesis who should shake things up a bit.
Despite Oliver Queen finally becoming Green Arrow for Arrow Season 4, there’s one classic feature that the TV show’s Emerald Archer won’t share with his comic book counterpart: the goatee. And actor Stephen Amell has a good explanation.
We’re brought you some great banned TV posters, and now we’ve put together a list of the greatest banned TV episodes of all time. From comedies like South Park to memorable dramas like The X-Files, we’ve found that there are a lot of episodes that have been banned, and this is the crème of the crop.
Years ago, Carson Daly was the host of MTV’s Total Request Live, which gave audiences a chance to listen to the ten most requested music videos of that day. Only, it looks like sometimes those “requests” were completely made up by the producers.
In the wake of a tragic incident at a Zimbabwean national park, many celebrities decided to use their platforms to spread a message of conservation. Among them, Jimmy Kimmel took the time during his late-night talk show to share an emotional monologue and in return received a huge response.
Netflix doesn’t seem like it can do much wrong, and o extremely high point has been Daredevil, which ramped up fans’ expectations for the rest of the upcoming Marvel shows. Thankfully, the powers that be won’t make audiences wait quite as long as we originally thought.
As the Full House theme song taught us, predictability is all but absent in the world today, outside of things like hearts and hands to hold onto. Fuller House is already messing with expectations by changing one big aspect of its original plot.
Good things come to those who wait, especially when those who are waiting are three of the more popular personalities in the worlds of television and cars. Jeremy Clarkson and his fellow Top Gear hosts now have a new home.
The CW is always looking for outside-the-box premises for shows and this time the network has definitely hit the nail on the head in terms of weirdness. On Wednesday, we learned that the CW wants to produce a much different version of the famous Louisa May Alcott.
Ever wonder who Hollywood celebrities reach out to when they need spiritual guidance or closure? You know, when someone is seriously in need of a clairvoyant medium, who do they call? It’s not necessarily a question often considered. But, apparently for E! it has enough of an interest to base an entire series off of.