Beyond attracting large audiences, the show has already enticed a fair share of celebrity guest stars to appear in the series. Now, executive producer Lee Daniels has revealed he’s already thinking ahead and has some big names in mind for Season 2.
In an episode that featured the arrival of the Red Hood Gang and saw a major character getting stabbed (though non-fatally), it was the actions of one Fish Mooney that completely stole the show.
It always strikes me as odd whenever networks start developing comedies without bothering to get any actual comedic actors involved. Thankfully, 48 Hours ‘Til Monday has tapped Rob “I’m in Everything” Riggle for the lead role, and he's got an excellent co-star.
The Lady Gaga performance was huge enough that it became a topic of conversation on the Fox 8 local news in Cleveland, Ohio. Unfortunately, local news anchor Kristi Capel kept declaring Lady Gaga’s music as “jigaboo.” Check out the extremely awkward newscast, below.
In the early 1990s, you couldn’t throw a rock without hitting a Wesley Snipes movie, but times have changed, and the actor’s output has fallen mostly to direct-to-DVD work in a post-Blade world. Thankfully, he’ll soon be headed to the small screen for this potentially stellar role.
It was rather mindblowing when Fox announced it was developing a series based on the Vertigo comic Lucifer, and it initially seemed unreal that the network officially ordered a pilot for the series. But it all makes perfect sense now that the generic plot has been revealed.
After all these years of measured television ratings, audience viewing patterns have become pretty obvious, and only rarely do trends get bucked. Fox’s Empire is a real mother bucker, though, as the series has not taken a single dip in ratings since it premiered last month.
Of all the ways that the Internet has made life more amazing, bizarre fan theories-gone-viral continue to add extraneous intrigue to our favorite slices of pop culture. And this Simpsons theory sounded truly ridiculous, but was it?
The Fox pilot Minority Report, based off the 2002 science fiction thriller of the same name, has been moving forward in the development process fairly quickly over the last few months. In a move that's likely to please fans of the now 13-year-old Steven Spielberg-directed film, the studio has secured one of its original cast members for the pilot.
One of the reasons why I enjoy Gotham so much is because of the way it embraces both darkness and camp. It mixed them both gloriously well in “The Blind Fortune Teller,” and never better than in the scene in which we get our very first glimpse of the young lad who will eventually become the Clown Prince of Crime.
Sleepy Hollow has had some difficulties keeping up the magic during its sophomore season. Some of the problems have been contributed to Ichabod’s wife, Katrina. Regardless, it’s still a little unpleasant to hear the actress who plays Katrina, Katia Winter, explain that her character really sucks.
News flubs that occur live on the air during local or national broadcasts are often pretty strange, and such was the case with this weekend’s airing of the Fox 5 local news in San Diego. On February 13, 2015, a news report accidentally uploaded a photo of President Obama related to a sexual assault case.
You know that old saying, “You can’t keep a good Rob Lowe off TV?” Well okay, maybe it’s not an old saying, but it’s still a universal truth. While the actor currently has a British series in the works, he just signed on for a U.S. comedy.
Gotham hasn’t been shy about introducing numerous villains in Batman’s city during its first season. Following Monday’s brand new episode of Gotham, the Fox drama aired a brand new preview that gives us our first look at a new villain--The Joker.
I’m not sure anyone would have expected Empire to be the biggest ratings hit of the season over at Fox, but if you were impressed by Gotham’s numbers this fall, you should be doubly impressed by Empire’s numbers, which just keep growing and growing.