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The moment he made that decision, the fact that he had lied about going to Harvard Law School in order to get the gig became a burden on his shoulders once more, and following the USA dramaís midseason finale, the news has been out that Mike Ross is a fraud, at least according to an anonymous tip.
In the history of sports and Hollywood, few actors and athletes have been able to exude the kind of personality and charisma that Dwayne ďThe RockĒ Johnson seems to be entirely comprised of. And he proved that once again in his return to Monday Night Raw.
When I think about watching a lot of TV, itís a thought that usually revolves around binge-watching a show on Netflix. But my mental train is on such a miniscule track when compared to the behemoth of Law & Order: SVU.
Though the WWE has been plagued by ratings ups and downs this year, the company definitely had a headline-grabber on its hands with the bizarre feud that sprouted between wrestling superstar Stardust and Arrow star Stephen Amell. And now Amell has been rewarded.
With 2015 winding down, itís time to networks to look back and see what worked and what didnít over the past year. The numbers are better for some channels than others, but four networks in particular saw significant drops in viewership.
2015 has been anything but a banner year for the WWE, which has been troubled with ratings and fan reception. But thereís no better way to attract detractors than by bringing back the man who started it all, Vince McMahon.
Although Dana Carvey hasnít really taken his career into too many far-flung places in recent years, the comedian will never stop reminding people that celebrity impersonations are a talent, dammit. And his new project should do that just fine.
Just because itís the fall when so much TV is new, does not mean that all your shows are safe. Also, just because a show has survived three seasons does not mean Season 4 is at all a forgone conclusion. This information has now been made clear to USAís Graceland.
This summer, USA premiered two brand new programs for audiences. One was Mr. Robot. The other, Complications, did fine at the network in terms of ratings and reviews, but didnít manage to earn a second season at the network.
The finale for Mr. Robot was likewise going to be graphic and probing and today USA has decided to drop the drama due to a plotline that features similarities to the tragic killing of the reporter and photographer in Virginia. Here's what's happening.
On last nightís WWE Monday Night Raw, John Cena, the most marketed personality of the performance sportís premiere stage proved that the damage done in the ring can be very real. Despite his nose being brutally smashed and left looking like a pug, the show must go on!
Mr. Robot has only aired a few short episodes, now, and while the show immediately had flair and a central storyline, some shows do peter out after their freshman seasons, especially if future seasons havenít been wholly planned. Luckily, that doesnít seem to be the case with Mr. Robot.
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.
Mr. Robot hasnít even officially premiered yet and USA is already extremely confident in the series. The network announced on Wednesday that its brand new dramaówhich officially hits the schedule tonightóhas already been renewed for Season 2.
Anybody who watches medical dramas these days is no doubt accustomed to storylines getting over-the-top and non-realistic. Enter USAís Complicatons, a hospital-based series that turns the drama up to 11 from the start.