Given its slumping ratings, it's not all that surprising that ABC has decided to pull Manhattan Love Story from the schedule. With that said, it's disappointing that the charming romantic comedy series appears to be the first official network TV casualty of the fall season.
With only months until its premiere, Agent Carter has finally filled out is main cast. Nikita actress Lyndsy Fonseca has signed on to play this important character in the eight-episode limited series.
Bobbi Morse debuted last night on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and although we learned a few things about her, her look was quite different from how fans have seen her in the comics. Fortunately, future episodes will have looking more like her comic book counterpart, as evidenced by Marvel’s unveiling of her cool-looking tactical suit.
A trifecta of entertainment tropes may soon be upon us, as Bachelor Party begins the road to television in a way that you might not expect. Gentlemen, start your anti-boners.
The holidays are a great time for gathering around with your family and watching cinema classics. In my family, it’s always old Bond films, but in Germany this year, there will be a different reason to celebrate. Star Wars is getting its own channel. Here are the details.
If you recently felt something close to revulsion when learning about ABC moving forward in remaking John Hughes’ classic comedy Uncle Buck, you’re definitely not alone. The estates of both Hughes and star John Candy recently went public with their opinions.
Marvel Entertainment has a really big birthday coming up. The prolific company is turning 75 this year, and to celebrate the milestone anniversary, Marvel has partnered with ABC to create a TV special. We've got the details.
If you’re one of those people whose sole Christmas wish is for more Toy Story, then you’re in luck. We're not getting another feature, sadly, but Pixar is bringing everyone’s favorite CGI playthings back for a Christmas-tinged adventure called Toy Story That Time Forgot.
This week, the Disney Channel premiered a 44-minute special episode called Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion to kick off the series. Soon, Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion is headed to ABC for an additional second showing. The network's airing of Spark of Rebellion will be extra special however, as it will come with a special bonus scene and a cameo from James Earl Jones.
Things keep getting worse and worse for former 7th Heaven actor Stephen Collins. The man’s been put through the ringer since allegations and audio recording surfaced of the actor admitting he’d exposed himself to young girls. Things might not be good for the man, but there is definitely not going to be any Scandal in the future.
With the rise of superhero programming on network television, there was bound to be one night where Marvel and D.C. offerings would compete. That night finally came on Tuesday, when ABC aired an episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and The CW aired the very first episode of its new drama The Flash.
NBC’s prospects for a Say Anything series have come to a quick and vicious end, but that doesn’t mean 1980s cinema will stop being mined for new TV ventures. ABC is going into development on a small screen adaptation of one of John Hughes’ comedy classics. Are we ready to see network TV's version of the "talking dirty to a washing machine" gag?
One of the big questions related to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. that fans have often asked is whether or not the series will be able to pull in some big names from the movie world to appear on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. This morning, Iron Man and The Avengers’ Robert Downey Jr. addressed this very question.
Despite being critically acclaimed and garnering huge ratings throughout its run, ABC’s Lost ended after six seasons on the network. In the time since, its crew has moved on to bigger and bolder projects, but its fans have not forgotten how invested they were in the series. Luckily for those fans, Lost executive producer Carlton Cuse recently stated that he believes another story in the Lost world is “inevitable.”