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We’ve never seen something quite as harrowing as the look of horror on San Francisco’s KTVU reporter Cara Liu as her newscast was interrupted by a group of armed robbers attacking the camera crew while they were filming a segment.
So much Big Brother, so little time in the live episode to actually cover it all. Spoilers ahead from tonight's episode of Big Brother, including which houseguest was evicted...
Ask any actor, and they’ll tell you how hard it is to get a good role in television. Cruising near the top of the difficulty scale is playing a superhero on the small screen. Take Melissa Benoist, the Glee alum and star of the upcoming CBS series Supergirl.
When CBS released their first look at Melissa Benoist’s Supergirl it came with mixed reactions. For many, the costume just stood as simple and sleek. But for the actress who got to put on her superhero garb for the very first time, it was an entirely different feeling.
Fans of The Walking Dead will undoubtedly head into next month’s spinoff, Fear the Walking Dead with certain scratchy, bite-heavy expectations. However, the timeline of Fear being much earlier than its counterpart, set during the initial onset of the canon’s zombie apocalypse.
While Fox has actually shown us quite a bit of a footage and a few stills from the upcoming Ryan Murphy series Scream Queens, this week the prolific producer actually revealed a whole lot more about the plot, including how many people will die.
It’s been a couple of weeks since Hannibal was cancelled by NBC, and in the time since the internet has been abuzz with the possibility that Hannibal might return on another network. Now, that could be a lot more difficult.
The convenience of the internet is starting to take a toll on the tax revenue of certain major cities. Now, one city looks to take on the streaming services with a new tax that will increase subscription prices.
News correspondents who work on the street are often brave souls. This week, one reporter for BBC News was doing a fluff news piece about a sheep when he was totally upstaged on camera by the cute looking animal.
The long years of Steve Harvey’s stand-up comedy career certainly qualifies him as an ombudsman of inanity. Thus, his five years thus far as host of Family Feud continues to suit him perfectly; especially when reacting to some of the perplexingly ludicrous answers from contestants. The host recently sat down to discuss some of his favorite ridiculous replies.
The cult David Wain flick is being made into a TV series and we’ve known for a while now that a slew of big names would be involved, including a whole bunch of brand new faces. But knowing something and seeing something is totally different. You can give the first full-length Wet Hot American Summer trailer a watch.
Stephen Colbert is set to button up and take overThe Late Show in the fall. Right now he has free time, and he's traipsing around the country and stopping in on the local public access TV show, Only in Monroe. Give it a watch
A mere two weeks after it announced a tell-all about Beverly Hills 90210 was coming in the future, Lifetime is now going to get into the nitty gritty behind the more adult-skewing Fox primetime soap Melrose Place. All hail Heather Locklear lookalikes.
Suits just recently aired its fifth season premiere, and USA apparently got a good enough vibe that the network is signing on for yet another season of the hit law drama. On Wednesday, USA announced that Suits will officially be returning to the schedule for Season 6.
The current TV climate seems to be following the mantra of “If it hasn’t been on the air in the past five minutes, let’s bring it back,” and that approach isn’t just limited to the world of fiction, as To Tell the Truth will get its umpteenth revival for ABC.