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The scale of Grease: Live was made evident during the opening number where pop vocalist Jessie J sang the title song and stomped through the gargantuan set of the show. Well, it turns out that number almost lost its effectiveness due to poor weather conditions.
Saturday Night Live has ruled the Saturday night comedy airwaves for over four decades. Despite 14 years of competition from Mad TV, SNL just keeps on trucking. Well, a new late Saturday night comedy show is coming to town, and the idea sounds pretty cool.
When we last left Gotham for its midseason finale, we got our first brief look at iconic Batman rogue Mr. Freeze. And now we finally have our first look at him doing what his name implies. Check it out!
Fox is a network that is often known for comedy, and this year the little network that could has released a few brand new comedies in order to wet the palates of many of its audience members. While Grandfathered has maintained a relatively steady audience on Tuesday nights.
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.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show is the ultimate cult hit. Now that the musical comedy horror film is heading to television as a two-hour spectacular, we’re getting a lot of information about the new stars who’ll be filling that production with song. Let’s look at who’s joined the cast.
The return of The X-Files is one that longtime fans have been clamoring for pretty much since it left Fox in the first place. And while there’s a sizeable chance that we’ll get to see more from Mulder and Scully after these eps are through, there's one big obstacle.
Reality television is best when there’s some element of novelty. Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance has lasted for twelve years thanks to some changes along the way to keep things fresh. Some particularly major changes are in store for Season 13.
Before the big premiere of Grease Live!, we learned that the Rydell High-based musical would be changing some of its more risqué lyrics in order to make them more palatable for family audiences. Here's what was changed.
It’s not uncommon for live TV programs based on popular TV shows to make some tweaks, but Fox’s upcoming Grease: Live production recently changed a dirty lyric to make it a little less offending to the audiences watching at home.
If you’re already wondering what your preferred beverage should be for your viewing of FOX’s Grease: Live broadcast on Sunday night, FOX and Coca-Cola have come up with a bright idea to help you make your decision. Coca-Cola products will feature largely in the live musical.
The last time Fish Mooney appeared on Gotham, it looked like she had died. Well, in traditional comic book story fashion, things aren’t what they seemed, as Fish will be resurfacing this season.
One might not think The X-Files and Bones were very similar shows, but there are more similarities than you’d think. And one comparison point involves one of the scariest TV episodes of all time.
That’s right, they no longer feel there is a justifiable reason to dream of breadsticks and soup and salad combinations during the lunch hour.
We are only two glorious episodes into FOX’s return to the land of The X-Files, but already there’s a little bit of controversy surrounding the show. It appears that the episodes are actually airing in an order other than the one that was originally intended. Creator Chris Carter has stepped up to put an end to any fears that the show might be in some kind of trouble.