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As the line between TV and film becomes more blurry, studios have taken it upon themselves to create TV shows inspired by some of Hollywood’s most iconic films. While some of these series only share a name, others share some fundamental DNA with the movies that inspire them. And the upcoming Training Day series could do just that.
After years of existing on The Big Bang Theory in name only, Sheldon’s beloved Meemaw finally made her way to the show in live-action, with actress June Squibb causing some drama between her son and Amy.
While Superman has been used sparingly in some shots of Supergirl, often in the background or seen from behind, Superman will make his first legit appearance on next week’s episode. Sort of, but not really. It's complicated.
With The Big Bang Theory’s 200th episode approaching, the show has managed to grab one of the biggest names in comic book media to celebrate the occasion.
Success on television is never an assured thing, unless you happen to be the NFL. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that the networks airing the games are quite so flush with money
Jon Stewart may have gotten out of the talk show game, but the truth is, he’s not really out of the talk show game. When Stephen Colbert hopped over to CBS, he asked Jon Stewart to stay involved. Here's the real deal.
For months there’s been talk about whether Supergirl and The Flash might crossover, and after all these rumors, it’s now official: the Scarlet Speedster and Girl of Steel are joining forces!
It seems like an awful lot of the news about new TV shows has much more to do with old TV shows coming back than original programming, but there’s one particular reboot that looks like its modern twist could turn it into something refreshingly different from the original.
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.
One of these days, there will be an order for a reboot or reimagining or adaptation for television that will make us yearn for the age of original programming. Thanks to news just released from CBS regarding a certain project, however, this is not that day.
Most of us can guess how awesome it would be to act on a popular television show. You’d make lots of money and people would hang on your every word. Actually, most of that sounds like it could turn you into a douchebag. But luckily, sometimes new celebs get some good advice.
Football fans would likely be a much happier group if there were games all seven days of the week. But for now, we’re making do with having Thursday night as our main mid-week oasis.That oasis is going to look different by the time the season starts up.
For some of us, however, the real highlights of Super Bowl Sunday each year are the commercials. Hyundai has beaten most other advertisers to the punch by releasing its big commercial ahead of time featuring Ryan Reynolds as we’ve never seen him before.
By now, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert is cemented in the schedule. CBS’ big late night program has already found an audience and the network has even put The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in the big Post-Super Bowl slot.
The shows that manage to stay on the air the longest are the ones that are able to reinvent themselves whenever necessary. NCIS on CBS has managed to hang on to key members of its cast, but now a new cast member is coming.