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For its largely pretty good Season 6, Community has gone through arguably as many changes as it has in any of its past few seasons, which have seen cast members come and go. But it looks like one of the former cast members will be returning for the Season 6 finale.
As Louis C.K. has proven on occasion, his thought process can easily be fallible. For instance, the reason why Season 5 of his FX series Louie received a shortened episode order was the fault of his brain being swayed by the soothing clouds of marijuana.
Just a couple of days ago, Jeopardy! had a pretty tough Final Jeopardy category, which featured N.J. Governor Chris Christie as one-half of the answer to the query. Only one of the three Jeopardy! contestants capably answered the question, which didn't sit well with the politician. Here's what he said.
As the inimitably feisty Cookie Lyons on Fox’s monster hit Empire, actress Taraji P. Henson moves to the beat of her own drum, and she doesn’t mind taking a swing at people with the drumsticks, either. So it should come as little surprise that Henson herself announced when Empire Season 2 is coming.
Although the U.S. reality TV landscape isn't exactly full of class acts, I’m not sure we’ll ever get to the point where we’re pitting poor people against one another for shits and giggles. Such is the case at the BBC, where their newest idea is getting compared to The Hunger Games.
Plans to do a sequel to the 2000 film Unbreakable never came to fruition, but director M. Night Shyamalan has a new idea on how to pick up the broken pieces and continue this story: send it to the small screen.
While Patrick Dempsey has taken plenty of handsome man roles over the years, he’s been most identifiable as Dr. Derek Shepherd on Grey’s Anatomy, a role he occupied for nearly 11 seasons on ABC. Now that his Grey’s Anatomy gig has ended, it seems the actor may be looking for a new series.
American Idol has cycled through a decent number of judges over the years, but it’s clear that some of those judges have liked the gig more than others. Recently Mariah Carey spoke out to say she absolutely hated being on American Idol for one paltry season.
For reasons that are not entirely clear, one of the hottest stories in television these days is the impending return of Full House in its follow up series for Netflix, Fuller House. In the last couple months the casting news has been coming fast and now it looks like the last piece is in place.
Created by John McNamara, Aquarius follows David Duchovny's Sergeant Sam Hodiak as he investigates a missing person’s case that puts him on a collision course with mass-murderer Charles Manson. And the NBC period-piece is a perfect test case for the binge model.
No matter how many places you’ve gotten food in your life, and how much food you’ve eaten in those places, you probably won’t come anywhere near the plethora of calories that TV personality Adam Richman has packed in.Here's the grossest thing he's ever eaten.
In its first season, Gotham offered up a seemingly neverending line of characters to take part in the over-the-top drama and action, and we'll be seeing one of the more temporary characters making a bigger impact in Season 2.
Colleges are often up to cool and interesting stuff, but signing on for a partnership with a TV series takes things to a whole new level. This morning UCLA announced a joint partnership with the Chuck Lorre Foundation to create a scholarship named after The Big Bang Theory.
The upcoming Netflix series has already added a slew of names to the cast and on Thursday, Lori Loughlin, who played Aunt Becky on the original series, announced she will be back for the Full House spinoff.
The most recent example of this growing trend of Hollywood-to-TV adaptations is the honky-tonking 1980 drama Urban Cowboy, which Paramount TV is putting together for a possible home at Fox. Well, yeehaw!