TV Land has slowly entered uncharted territory with more upcoming original shows than itís currently running. Two single-camera comedies were just ordered to series, and TV Land has two potential goldmines here with the stolen identity sitcom Impastor and the webseries expansion Teachers.
When it comes to George R.R. Martinís A Song of Ice and Fire, or even HBOís Game of Thrones, the conversation is always about who may or may not die, because this world is filled with surprising deaths. So much so that statistician Richard Vale has figured out a way to analyze the past to tell us who might not be around for the future.
Are you one of those people who just canít get enough of Foxís reality series Utopia? Iím sorry to break it to you Ė one of roughly 2 million people Ė that Fox is pulling half of the plug on the fledgling experiment.
When it comes to making things last on television, few know how to do it as smoothly and as hilariously as the gang behind FXís Itís Always Sunny in Philadelphia, which is gearing up for Season 10 premiering in January. Thankfully, we may have a new way to experience their brashly bizarre comedy, as FX has given the greenlight to their pilot Pariah.
Itís been a week of highs and lows for fans of ABCís summer drama Mistresses. Yesterday, the network announced that Mistresses would be receiving a third season order. However, with that third season came some budgetary changes, leading actress Alyssa Milano to announce she was leaving the drama.
A to Z has a lot in common with several of the new comedies picked up by networks this fall. Like Manhattan Love Story, its basic premise revolves around a gimmick. Luckily for A to Z, this device works better than most of the others the networks have tried this season.
Thankfully, it isnít jarring to see dramatic actress Kate Walsh getting raunchy for NBCís new comedy Bad Judge, but it makes one wish that creator Anne Heche and executive producers Will Farrell and Adam McKay shot for the prestige of Walshís other series this year, FXís Fargo.
Fans have been tirelessly waiting for American Horror Story: Freak Showís big premiere. While we are still a few days out from getting to see an actual episode, FX released the meatiest trailer to date this morning, which gives us a view into into a few of the characterís personalities, as well as our first look at Twisty the Clown.
Back in 2011, Big Brother brought in six contestants from previous seasons to compete with a group of new players. Among them was Dick "Evel Dick" Donato and his daughter Daniele, both of whom competed and won Big Brother 8. It was looking like we were in for another season of Evel Dick's entertainingly obnoxious antics inside the Big Brother house.
Newbie SNL castmember Pete Davidson owned the premiere, appearing in a Weekend Update sketch that showed his charm and comfortableness on camera In the days subsequent, the youngest member of the SNL cast has been hailed as the featured player to keep an eye on this season, but it all may never have happened without a little help from former SNL player and huge star Bill Hader.
Jeopardy has been on the air since the 1960s. Over the years, the show has used successful categories that have been worth repeating, as well as other categories that havenít done quite so well. This week, the long-running game show aired an episode that included the category ďWhat Women WantĒ. It's a category that needs to be banished to the nethersphere from here on out.
Syfyís limited series, Ascension has been in the works since last spring. Today, we are finally seeing footage from the large ship, 50 years later. Itís large and well-lit and beautiful, but thereís also violence and terror present.
Working all the angles means having oneís eyes and ears in all places at once, which is virtually impossible, even when everybodyís working together. Jax has been biting off more than he could chew for years now, but his schemes are now a lot more impulsive than they used to be, and SAMCRO is a lot more transparent than it used to be. Which is how we get to another signature Sons of Anarchy massacre.
Well, this is anything but coolcoolcool. Community may be returning for its anticipated sixth season at Yahoo, but it'll be coming back without one of our favorite Greendale Human Beings. Yvette Nicole Brown, who plays Shirley, will not be returning to Community for Season 6.
This week, the Federal Communications Commission voted to end the process of blacking out NFL games that do not sell out. The move was enthusiastically approved of by fans, especially those living in small markets, but the truth is NFL games may still continue to be blacked out thanks to the complicated nature of broadcast television agreements.