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Cringe-worthy moments are a staple of every Academy Awards telecast, and few things get my neuroses inflamed as when the orchestra beings to play during an acceptance speech. That could all be changing soon, though, thanks to a fantastic new idea from the Oscar telecast's producers.
Watchmen and Human Target were more than enough to solidify Jackie Earle Haley’s geek cred, but the actor’s not done with the comic book genre. Haley’s latest gig is joining another comic book franchise.
No one busting their ass on a popular TV show wants secrets and plot points getting leaked to the public ahead of time, but The Walking Dead is one that’s always being targeted for such leaks, and it’s inevitable for certain details to come out early. In this case, Russia is to blame.
When Supergirl premiered this fall, there was a lot of hype surrounding the CBS drama. Not only was it a bigger budget TV project than we’d seen over at the CW, but it also had a female superheroine anchoring the show.
In an exciting development, CBS has announced the official showrunner for the next Star Trek series, and it sounds like a real home run of a choice. It won’t be Kirk or Picard or Janeway, but it will be somebody with an extensive knowledge of all things Trek.
Family Feud sees plenty of bloopers from contestants, but one woman may have earned the title of worst Feud contestant. Normally, a terrible answer results in a buzzer buzzing and the game moving on, but not this time, and it's pretty hilarious.
The Season 6 premiere of The Walking Dead saw a record-breaking number of walkers stumbling through the backwoods of Alexandria, Virginia. However, according to Greg Nicotero: that was nothing.
This weekend, Super Bowl 50 went off with only a few audio hitches on CBS. Just like any other big game, the outcome was far more favorable for one team than the other. And some people are simply better losers than others.
Fuller House has been moving forward over at Netflix for some time now, and the streaming service has been releasing teasers for the series in recent weeks. However, we hadn’t gotten a full trailer until this morning. Give it a watch, here.
Popular programs from the 80’s and 90’s are being newly produced for those adults who want to take a trip to their childhood. Netflix seems to be well aware of this, and the streaming service is illustrating this understanding by reviving beloved 80’s action cartoon Voltron: Defender Of The Universe.
The Good Wife has only been cancelled for two days and showrunners Michelle and Robert King are already looking into a spinoff. Here's what we know about the possibility.
While it has actually been a pretty good year for freshman TV shows in terms of renewals, a few programs just haven’t been able to catch a break and have been axed early by the networks. Among these is Angel From Hell.
If Matt LeBlanc was one of your favorite Friends, you’re in luck. The actor has just signed on to a new comedy, I’m Not Your Friend, for CBS. The show just got a pilot order from CBS, so it looks like it could be moving along pretty fast, and we might see it on TV before too long.
It was an episode that featured the first major appearance of Kal-El (as a pre-Superman) on Supergirl, but “For the Girl Who Has Everything” was far more important for showcasing what could be the last appearance of another character. Spoilers await you.
As far as TV shows go, The X-Files has brought us a fair amount of tragedy in its time on the air. And, as of tonight’s episode, that hasn’t changed with the reboot of the series. Something big happened, people. Now, writer-director Glen Morgan wants you to know why.