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A new player has entered the Marvel Television arena. Read on to find out who's been cast, and what this means for Luke Cage's future.
Starz just signed on for a third season of Survivor’s Remorse, which is great news for fans of the basketball and family-oriented comedy series. While the comedy didn’t earn one of Starz’s signature early renewals, Season 2 did premiere just a few weeks ago and numbers are up!
In the modern television world viewers have many choices as far as where they go for their TV. The same holds true for the shows themselves Sneaky Pete the new idea by Bryan Cranston and David Shore got passed over by the networks, but the pilot just got the greenlight to go to series.
There once was a time, around 2007, when it seemed that all you needed to get a show greenlit was a premise along the lines “exceptionally observant guy passes himself off as psychic, solves crimes.” From 2008-2014, the shows Psych and The Mentalist both fit that bill.
Luke Cage is still a ways off from airing on Netflix, but the show’s cast is slowly coming together. Now this Sons of Anarchy star will be joining Mike Colter and Alfre Woodard in the main cast, and it sounds like he'll be playing someone who has a bone to pick with the titular hero.
We’ve known for a while that Bryan Cranston’s next TV project would involve him playing a dead president. In the past, Cranston appeared as Lyndon Baines Johnson in the stage production of All The Way, a Broadway play that is being turned into an HBO original. Now, he’ll reprise the role for the HBO version.
The world recently got their first look at Denise, Kermit’s new flame – though don’t call her his girlfriend – and while she may be something resembling beautiful within the world of the Muppets, her casually realistic features are absolutely frightening to me.
It might not be much of a surprise to learn that on average, watching Netflix is one of the most time-intensive activities that subscribers do in a given day. Consequently, that means there are a ton of other activities that people end up doing less than binging, and here are 8 of them.
While the networks and Netflix are busy trying to capitalize on TV viewes’ current obsession with older projects coming back, Nickelodeon may take this possibility a step further, bringing back well-liked programs from the past for new audiences.
Good news! The BBC announced that an especially important person from The Doctor’s past will return for the Doctor Who Christmas special later this year. Find out more about the unusual character's return after the jump.
Just a little over a month after Hulu began thinking about adding a commercial-free option, the subscription streaming service has pulled the trigger. However, a commercial-free option is obviously coming at a cost for consumers. We've got the details.
Based on just its basic superhero premise, CBS’ Supergirl is definitely not lacking in the powerful characters department, but the show just keeps adding them anyway. At least now we have another human being to add to the mix, General Sam Lane.
Dorina Rosin and her partner Maika Suneagle have plans to birth their baby with the assistance of a dolphin midwife. Yeah, you can’t make this stuff up. And we have video!
You know how all your coolest friends are still talking about vampires and…Oh, they aren’t? Then I guess you aren’t best buds with anyone over at NBC, where they’re still trying to bleed that horror subgenre dry by going into development on another immortal bloodsucker tale.
We’re less than two weeks away from the Season 21 opener of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars, but before we can put on our dancing shoes and hit the stage floor, we need to know what celebrities are going to be up for elimination this year. And here they are.