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Seacrest’s newer reality TV projects haven’t gone nearly so well, however, and this week Fox announced his latest series has been cancelled after only two episodes. Knock Knock Live has been pulled from the schedule, effective immediately.
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.
While some shows on TV are constantly struggling to retain viewers’ interests in a core group of characters, Gotham’s strategy has been to throw just about every character from the Batman mythos at audiences. They're adding two more, AND a hero.
Several existing characters from Gotham Season 1 will be playing bigger roles when the show returns for its sophomore season, including this frequently seen criminal underling.
Gotham show a city full of bad guys with very few true heroes around to try and save it. For the most part, our collection of leads have stood up to protect Gotham City from the madness. Now it looks like we might be losing one of them to the darkness.
Empire’s freshman season was a huge hit last year for Fox, and the show's ratings were absolutely crazy. So how do you up the ante for Season 2? You make things Ludacris of course. Sorry, was that too obvious?
Wayward Pines, executive producer M. Night Shyamalan explained that he likes that Season 1 gave audiences a clear-cut ending, also noting that he and the author of the novels Wayward Pines is based on, Blake Crouch, do have an idea for a second season.
DC Comics already has an impressive lineup of TV shows based on their superheroes, but their more adult-leaning Vertigo imprint is also getting attention on the small screen. Fans can expect to see the Sandman spinoff Lucifer hitting Fox next year, but they shouldn't expect it to look like the comics.
It appears that Fox’s supernatural series, Sleepy Hollow is about to add one of the reluctant residents of Wayward Pines. As the show heads into its third season amidst some major shakeups, the show will be boosting its rank of regulars with Shannyn Sossamon.
When Gotham returns later this year for Season 2, James Gordon and Harvey Bullock are going to have their hands full and then some, as Gotham City will be up to its skyscraper roofs with dangerous villains. Luckily, we'll have Michael Chiklis around to help out.
The X-Files is already moving forward with a good chunk of the show’s original team involved, but new blood is also necessary when rebooting a TV show. Today news broke that two more actors have joined the cast of the event series.
Bob’s Burgers is approaching it’s 100th episode which is always an important milestone in any show’s life. While some shows might do a retrospective or bring in loads of guest stars Bob’s Burgers is planning something...different. Although they’re also doing the guest star thing.
The trades have been reporting a huge crossover episode between two unrelated TV shows for a bit, now, but on Wednesday we finally learned exactly what that crazy crossover is going to entail. Let's just say a regular procedural is going to cross over with a supernatural show.
We’re about to enter a reality where one of the most famous fictional brands of all times can be found on actual store shelves. Ladies and gentlemen, you may one day be able to make up an excuse for a friend or spouse about how you were too shitfaced on Duff Beer to do that thing you were supposed to do.
Fox’s Gotham introduced us to the home of the city of the man who will be Batman. Season 1 was mostly dedicated to a fairly traditional urban crime story. Mobsters, corrupt cops, corrupt political officials, and the handful of good people trying to survive it all and fight against it.Season 2 is getting ready for major shift however.