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Fox's Sunday nights always been one of the network’s flagship evenings, and only last year saw the decade-long Animation Domination block end in order to bring in some live-action laughs. But that's changing in some big ways.
By this spring, the networks will make some big decisions on whether or not some of our favorites will get renewals, and for now we are keeping tabs on what shows are cancelled, which are renewed and which at least have received full season orders.
Will-they-won't-they tension is nothing new to TV shows. The problem is that they can have a tendency to chew up and spit up our favorites as soon as those relationships actually happen. Here's how one popular show hopes to stop that trend.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is known for a lot of things, such as silly bets and Charles’ esoteric tastes, but I don’t think anyone out there would call it the most surprising comedy on TV. Boy, did it swing for the fences for its Season 3 premiere, though.
At the end of last season, fans of Fox's police comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine got an unexpected shock as stone-faced captain Ray Holt was ousted and replaced. We didn't see the new captain then, but now we know who will helm the Nine-Nine.
While there’s no shortage of side-splitting absurdity on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the police precinct’s stolid overseer, Captain Raymond Holt has managed to steal the spotlight with his hilarious, increasingly adversarial rapport with Kyra Sedgwick’s Deputy Chief Madeline Wuntch.
Every year, the Emmy nominations come, and the reactions they inspire range from eye-popping surprise to hair-pulling anger. This year’s nomination announcement was no different at all, and here are five of the most egregious absentees and surprising presences in the massive list.
Season finales almost always include some element of surprise, usually in the form of a cliffhanger, to keep audiences talking during the long hiatus between seasons. Spoiler warning for anyone who hasn't yet watched the Season 2 finale "Johnny and Dora."
For a show about cops, there’s a lot of betting on Brooklyn Nine-Nine. In between the hilarious competitions, tricks, and general shenanigans the characters are constantly engaging in, the officers can’t seem to stop gambling with one another. Here are 8 B99 bets, ranked by greatness...
Today was a big day for Fox, as they ordered new seasons of three hit shows including Gotham, Empire and Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
There’s nothing I love more than turning on the television and trying to solve a mystery. Whether it’s an easily-wrapped, hour long case on a show like Bones or a longer, sprawling mystery that slowly unfurls over an entire season, I’m ready and willing to submit my guesses.
2014 was an especially great year for television which makes this so hard. It feels like there were several series that didn't make the cut that would easily have made it any other year. Which ones? Well, let's not spoil the fun. Here is Jesse's list of the best shows of 2014.
This year’s Golden Globes nominations dropped on Thursday morning, and the TV nominations were not immune to a few shockers. From shows that didn’t get nominated to shows that did, here are the biggest surprises from the 2015 Golden Globes committee.
The Screen Actors Guild just unleashed its nominees for 2014, and as it usually is with television, most of the nominees are pretty much what you would expect. Game Of Thrones, House Of Cards and Modern Family all cleaned up on nominations.
This month, the awesome CinemaBlend staff is putting together the lists of the shows we feel have really stood out from the pack in 2014. Everyone’s list is different, so if you don’t see you favorites here, be sure to check back in and take a look at our other TV writer and editor best of list that will be hitting the homepage over the next few weeks.