The Disney Channel proper will premiere the one-hour Sparks of Rebellion movie on Friday, October 3 at 9 p.m. ET. But if you just can’t possibly hold your banthas that long, verified Disney XD users will be able to log into the WatchDisneyXD website on Monday, September 29. (DirecTV users like me are kind of screwed there.)
For her upcoming ABC comedy Selfie, she’s got a head full of vibrant red hair and is the absolute worst person I’ve ever had to spend any amount of time with. You can see for yourself in the admittedly funny pilot episode, which is now available for viewing well over a month before its network debut.
As a nominee, we might say that Julia Louis-Dreyfus is to the Emmy Awards as Meryl Streep is to the Oscars, in that she's nominated a lot more than the average actor, but believe it or not, she doesn't win as often as you might think -- or as often as she deserves.
Fans of dancing darling Julianne Hough should be excited about the most recent rumors we’ve been hearing in Hollywood. Several sites are speculating that the actress might be returning to ABC’s long-running reality competition series, Dancing with the Stars. If the rumors hold true, Hough would not be returning as a professional dancer on the series; instead, she’d take a gig as a judge on the show.
Agents Of SHIELD has finally cast the actress who will be playing Barbara "Mockingbird" Morse in Season 2. You could say, she's a wonder-ful choice!
The Strain is here to stay. Just days after its sixth episode aired, FX has announced that they're renewing the series for a second season. The announcement states that the second season will consist of thirteen episodes. Also announced is the news that Season 1 of The Strain will be available on DVD and Blu-ray December 2. Hey, just in time for the holidays!
Scandal has added yet another great guest star in a mystery role. Sonya Walger, who was recently seen in a recurring guest spot on Parenthood, is headed to the ABC drama for its third season.
With an authoritative voice, an underrated ability to inflect and decades of credibility from his work on beloved television shows, Don Pardo managed to earn one of two lifetime contracts NBC ever gave out, putting him on a pedestal alongside Bob Hope.
David Letterman took ten minutes out of Late Show last night to reminisce about his friendship with Robin Williams, going back to the very first time he saw him perform, through to the time Letterman guest starred on Mork and Mindy, and other memories.
That might sound like a tall order, but it’s not impossible, particularly because of the timeslot in question. As opposed to the late night show, or late late night show, he handled before, Ferguson’s proposed new effort would apparently run at 7 PM
The 2014 MTV Video Music Awards are just around the corner. The spectacle is set to hit the schedule on August 24, and with that in mind, the pesky advocates on the Parents Television Councile have petitioned for less hanky panky this year. Only, the PTC would never use such language as hanky panky. Instead, they’ve asked MTV to avoid any sort of "public relations kerfuffle."
Copley and The Killing’s Emmy-nominated actress Michelle Forbes have both signed on to join the impressive cast of Powers, the comic book adaptation coming to PlayStation Network later this year. Part of me wishes Copley’s batshit Elysium antagonist Kruger could also exist in the Powers world, as well as all other movies.
Good news dropped today for folks who love AMC’s long-running drama Mad Men. Lionsgate announced earlier today that the drama’s final season will be headed to Blu-ray, DVD and Digital, soon. Since the second half of the seventh season doesn’t hit the schedule until the spring of 2015, the release announcement might seem a bit premature. But that’s where the bad news comes in.
Well, it's done. The Veto Ceremony has taken place inside the Big Brother house and it sounds like the eviction target has been pretty firmly set this week. But anything can happen over the course of this week, and let's not forget that the person evicted on Thursday could very well end up back in the house by night's end.
One of the characters that has been brought back is Hoyt, Jason’s former best pal and Jessica’s former lover. Actor Jim Parrack, who plays Hoyt, has only been back for a few weeks, but he recently dished about his love for trying blood in real life. I guess all of that vampy behavior on set really does have an affect on some people.