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William Shatner Live-Tweeted An Episode Of CW's The Originals Last Night
Here's something you might not have realized was happening last night. William Shatner live-Tweeted his way through an episode of CW's The Originals. Why? Presumably for our amusement, in which case it was a pretty successful endeavor on his part.
Glee Watch Season 5, Episode 17: Opening Night
Gleeks, last night's Glee focused on Rachel's big Broadway opening night, Sue found love in NYC, and Schuester and Emma had their baby!
True Blood, The Sopranos And Other HBO Shows Headed To Amazon Prime, HBO Go Coming To Fire TV
HBO series are coming to Amazon Prime. This sounds like a pretty big get for Amazon, especially considering HBO hasn't regularly made their series available through streaming video services outside of their own HBO Go. The multiyear deal will not only include a number of popular previously-aired series, but also eventually some of HBO's current series, Girls and The Newsroom included.
Arrested Development's Mitch Hurwitz Signs Multi-Year Creative Deal With Netflix
He and his banner The Hurwitz Company will officially be creating and producing new comedies for Netflix for at least the next two years. It won’t only be inside jobs though, as Hurwitz will be looking to develop series with other creators in a non-writing capacity, though he would still be an executive producer and consultant.
Watch David Letterman And Stephen Colbert Prove Transitions Don't Have To Be Ugly
In theory, it shouldn’t really matter whether a talk show host gets along with his predecessor, but as we’ve learned numerous times, the smooth, friendly handoffs feel a whole lot better. It’s nice to think of the departing legend as rooting for continued success, and if tonight’s interview is any indication, no one will be rooting harder for Stephen Colbert than David Letterman
Faking It Review: Stereotypes Meet Screwball Faux Lesbian Dramedy
About as relevant to the gay lifestyle as Modern Family is, Faking It shoots for the stars, but only hits a bunch of brightly colored rainbows on “Vote for Me” posters. Maybe this is how high school goes now, and I’m just a half-generation too early to understand.
Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Watch: The Only Light In The Darkness
Oh, the suspense is maddening! Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is generating some serious momentum with its post-Captain America: The Winter Soldier episodes and tonight's episode was no exception, as "The Only Light in the Darkness" divided the group. Spoilers if you haven't seen it yet!
John Malkovich Is A Violently Quirky Blackbeard In NBC's First Crossbones Promo
After watching the dynamic trailer above for NBC’s upcoming adventure drama Crossbones, it’s obvious that my bucket list has been sorely missing the entry “watching John Malkovich play Blackbeard the pirate,” and is in need of an immediate amending. Thankfully, I’ll only have to wait a little longer than a month to catch the Oscar-nominated actor in a most legendary turn as one of history’s most notorious villains.
Petals On The Wind Trailer Teases Romance, Drama And Vengeance
We now have our first look at Lifetime's upcoming Flowers in the Attic followup, Petals on the Wind. The trailer for the TV movie begins by reminding us of the dark events that transpired in the first film, which aired earlier this year, after which we see what's ahead for Cathy and Chris a decade later. For those who've read the V.C. Andrews series, not all of the scenes glimpsed in the second half of the trailer should be familiar.
Dominion Trailer And Stills Present A Bland Battle Between Angels And Humans
A cinematic sequel of sorts to Scott Stewart’s 2010 thriller Legion, Dominion will possibly settle the dispute between good and evil once and for all, but the bigger battle will probably be between the bad CGI and the bad acting.
New Arrow Clip Has Roy 'Seeing Red'
It's rare that we see lead characters getting seriously injured in the present day on Arrow, but it does happen, as evidenced by the above clip, which shows Arrow and Canary facing off against the worst kind of enemy; a friend. Arrow and Canary are already at a disadvantage going up against Roy, considering he's technically an ally -- or he was, anyway. Factor in mirakuru and they may be in real trouble here.
The Following Season 2 Finale Preview: No One Is Safe
"Spoilers if you aren't caught up on The Following Through Season 2's penultimate episode, "Silence." Last night's episode of The Following took out a key player in this story, and left another in major jeopardy. The above preview gives us a look at next Monday night's season finale, "Forgive."
Game Of Thrones Author George RR Martin Weighs In On Controversial Scene
This past week’s episode of HBO’s Game of Thrones, “Breaker of Chains,” included a scene that was disturbing in both content and plot discrepancy from the books. George RR Martin has addressed the changes, and the scene in particular, on his blog.
Watch Brian Williams Rap 'Gin And Juice' In Funny Tonight Show Video
Thanks again, Jimmy Fallon for making the internet just a little bit better with another great video. In this case, it's Brian Williams rapping Snoop Doggy Dogg's classic hit "Gin and Juice." The practice of editing together a bunch of clips to make a rap isn't exactly new. In fact, Fallon's been doing this with Brian Williams' news segments since his Late Night days.
Live Everest Jump Special Cancelled By Discovery Following Deadly Avalanche
One of the most exciting aspects about live television is the “anything goes” mantra that comes along with it, as some of the best parts of a concert or awards ceremony are the things no one could have planned. Discovery’s Everest Jump Live was a special event meant to take advantage of that spontaneity by documenting one of the most dangerous stunts every conceived, but real life tragedy struck in the form of the deadliest avalanche in Everest’s recorded history.