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It’s been four years since the last season of Curb Your Enthusiasm aired onHBO, but the show was never actually cancelled. This is a show that exists when Larry David has ideas for it, and goes away when he does not. So what are the odds David will want to do more?
Revenge as a series may be over, but in an era where long cancelled series can be brought back from the dead, is any series ever truly over? The President of ABC had a few words regarding the future of Revenge and they were more than a little surprising.
A network drama that is not unfamiliar with giving fan favorite characters surprising exits, Grey’s Anatomy delivered what was arguably the biggest doozy of the series so far in Season 11 when Derek met a brutal death. But don't expect ABC to show remorse.
HBO and some of the cast members have been optimistic about the series finale. Now we’ve learned an exciting new tidbit about Season 2, Episode 8: It’s going to be really, really long.
Even as Hannibal is getting into incredibly interesting territory with its Red Dragon storyline, fans know that our time with the show is temporary. Thankfully, we won’t have to wait long to see Hugh Dancy back on another series, as he’s already been tapped to lead a new series.
Most of us are well aware that the actual legitimacy involved in the “unscripted” reality TV genre can often be as thin as the moral centers of those that the show focuses on. Still, Bachelor in Paradise fans might be shocked to find out that wedding apparently wasn't real.
Although Legends of Tomorrow has cast all of its primary superheroes, the identity of the actor playing Vandal Savage has been a mystery. Well, the villain can finally step out from the shadows, as it’s been announced who will be playing him.
It might really suck for longtime fans that CSI: Crime Scene Investigation will be ending this fall with a special movie. Still, because the series is going out with a big 2-hour movie, most—but not all—of the original cast will be returning, and this week, we got a first look at the gang getting back together on set.
Wrestling fans were dealt a horrible blow this past weekend with news that Rowdy Roddy Piper had passed away. To pay tribute to the icon, the WWE took some time during Monday’s Raw to showcase just what made him so great.
Kermit the Frog has some really bad news for fans: Kermit and Miss Piggy have officially broken up, effective immediately. Like Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, they have made the decision to separate and to let the public in on their break-up.
Nobody ever said that trying to live a normal life among walkers in a zombie apocalypse would be easy, and it certainly hasn’t been for the survivors on The Walking Dead. When the show returns later this year for Season 6, fans should be anticipating something quite different.
Lawsuits happen all the time related to gender, sexual orientation and sometimes even political preferences. This week, Fox Sports analyst Craig James has stirred the pot and put together his own lawsuit alleging that he was fired from his gig because he is intolerant to gay marriage.
The show moved to Yahoo, where it had more creative freedom and a nice budget, and gave us a sixth season that we could invest in. Unfortunately, it now looks as if Community has ended, at least according to Joel McHale.
The WWE has never been a stranger to cross-promotions and oddball pairings, and they’ve got a potential doozy coming up now that Arrow star Stephen Amell has confirmed he will soon address his ongoing feud with Cory “Stardust” Rhodes on Raw.
I thought I could watch anything Craig Robinson put out there, but his new series Mr. Robinson is another example of major comedic talent being watered down by lazy joke writing in an identity-free sitcom. NBC needs some help.