While some TV fans might be grateful for all of the different ways in which programming is available in this modern age, it turns out networks don’t always share that level of exuberance. Particularly when it comes to Verizon's FiOS Custom TV plan.
One of the more frustrating aspects of Fox’s Gotham is also one of its more intriguing, as showrunner Bruno Heller has yet to fully commit to how the show is handling that most beloved DC villain of all, The Joker. But that could all end in Season 2, when we'll definitely be getting the Clown Prince's origin tale.
During Gotham’s first season, forensic scientist Edward Nygma hasn’t taken any actions considered “supervillain worthy.” However, the final Season 1 episodes will see him moving closer to eventually becoming The Riddler.
When Gotham premiered this fall, it was Fox’s darling, a massive production that nabbed plenty of eyeballs and acclaim. The superhero series returned to the schedule for the first time since early March last night, but it wasn’t exactly a triumphant return.
Gotham has been renewed for Season 2, so most of the characters will be back for more gritty adventures in the show’s sophomore season. However, for one of the major players, death is in their future.
Everything is most certainly not coming up Milhouse this week. In one of the more depressing Simpsons announcements that had nothing to do with someone’s death, Fox will no longer be bringing seasons of the long-lasting animated comedy to DVD in the future. I feel like jumping into a gorge now.
Although Fox is usually the butt of jokes for its fan-angering cancelations, the network often does well by its comedies. And they've just put in a second season order for Will Forte's The Last Man on Earth.
Throughout much of its first season, Fox’s Gotham has delivered villains that, despite their larger than life personalities, wouldn’t be impossibly out of place in the real world. That might change for Season 2 with the introduction of these two characters.
Fans who are ecstatically anticipating another opportunity to prove that “the truth is out there” with the upcoming limited run revival of The X-Files will probably be thrilled to know that FBI agents, Fox Mulder and Dana Scully won’t be the only characters from the original series who will see a return.
There’s good news on the horizon for New Girl fans. The Zooey Deschanel starrer has been renewed by Fox for a fifth season on the network. The schedule for the upcoming season is already pretty wonky, however.
Fox's Weird Loners is the newest project from King of Queens creator Michael J. Weithorn, You’ll notice pretty quickly that the “weird” and “loners” parts of the title don’t really fit this mostly normal group of friends, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth your time.
Fans of The X-Files undoubtedly went berserk earlier this week when Fox announced the conspiratorial sci-fi TV series featuring everybody's favorite F.B.I. duo Dana Scully and Fox Mulder would officially be returning for another run. That said, David Duchovny recently weighed in on his character's skills as an investigator, and it turns out he doesn't have as high of an opinion of Mulder's skillset as one may have thought.
Fox has seen one of its biggest success stories in years recently, thanks to the ratings extravaganza that is Empire, and they're trying to make lightning strike twice with their upcoming musical drama Studio City, which will now star Chris Daughtry.
We have fantastic news for fans of The X-Files this morning. Fox has confirmed that The X-Files will be returning for a brand new limited series run. We don't know exactly when it will be back, yet, but there are plenty of more exciting details related to the new episodes!
Temperance Brennan and Seeley Booth have seen a lot of ups and downs in their relationship over the years. Now the show plans to give us a plotline that is so troubling that Bones and Booth's relationship might be on the line. Learn more after the jump.