There’s a new TV trend that is becoming apparent. More advertising is being thrown into our TV content in order to make up for the loss of viewers over the last several years. Recently a couple of TV analysts took a look at data from TiVo and realized that most of the major players increased their advertising on television during Q4 of 2014 compared to the year prior...
Get ready to pull out your wallets along with your taste buds, as Bob’s Burgers will soon be getting its very own cookbook to give culinary-minded fans a shortcut to creating the show’s uniquely magnificent burger dishes, like the To Err is Cumin Burger.
The musician, like some reality competition winners, thinks the contract he was forced to sign is not in his long-term best interests. So, he's going to war with the American Idol co-producer that is causing him major problems.
Casting for Ryan Murphy’s upcoming anthology series Scream Queens just got a little more interesting. On Monday, it was announced that Nick Jonas has joined Fox’s Scream Queens. Yes, we’re talking the former wunderkind and member of the Jonas Brothers.
If there’s news to be had about Gotham, you can bet your last dollar that it involves someone from Batman’s seemingly endless stable of foes. (And if you were living in a place where Don Falcone and Sal Maroni were running things, that dollar might very well be your last.) The latest ghastly villain to be matched to an actor is Dr. Francis Dulmacher, better known as The Dollmaker.
It’s amazing how quickly superhero shows have saturated the television landscape, but despite the proliferation of comic book characters on TV right now, Fox’s latest idea would still be a welcome addition. Here are the networks plans for a potential X-Men series.
Selina Kyle spends her days pickpocketing and Oswald Cobblepot has slowly been rising through the ranks of Gotham City’s underworld, but when it comes to Gotham’s other important future Batman adversary, Edward Nygma hasn’t had a chance to explore his bad side. Yet.
Even after 12 and a half seasons, Family Guy is still one of the most popular shows on TV. The comedy's continued success might have something to do with all the hilarious characters on the Animation Domination, sorry, Sunday Funday series, both regulars and guest stars alike. Here are ten of the most memorable guest stars...
Hey fans of The Simpsons, it's time to start getting “Happy.” Why? Because it was just recently announced producer, musician, singer-songwriter, rapper, fashion designer Pharrell Williams will be making an appearance on your favorite animated series.
Glee’s Lea Michele is no stranger to belting songs out for people, and it only makes sense that some of those instances would end in disaster. In this case, she ended up vomiting while singing "Let It Go."
Paula Abdul has had some trouble with Fox in recent years, but today the network announced that the formal American Idol and The X Factor panelist will return to judge a competition series. This time around, Paula Abdul is going to put her dancing knowledge to work.
Rainn Wilson will next make his mark on the acerbic detective dramedy Backstrom, and if Fox gives this show a shot, TV might just have its next great angry cop. Or it might just have its next overtly racist, misogynist, disagreeable asshole.
But as great as it is to watch Gotham's supervillains being formed through the procedural storytelling, it would be nice to see another major one popping up already developed. Luckily, one is on the way later this season.
The truth has been out there for a long time now. In this particular case, the “truth” is that David Duchovny has wanted to return to the conspiracy-driven world of The X-Files whenever possible. But that was when it everyone was focused on making a third feature. Will Fox Mulder come back on TV?
Danny DeVito left an unquestionable mark on pop culture and the legacy of Oswald Cobblepott a.k.a. The Penguin when he starred in Batman Returns. The sewer-dwelling, power hungry villain was a strange and rather disgusting adaptation of the character from the pages of DC comics, and the actor will long be remembered for his portrayal.