Mythbusters might be famous for its wacky, one of a kind experiments, but on a structural level, the show has been following the same format for about a decade. Not anymore.
Love her or hate her, there are actions and conversations so Lena Dunham-y that her name has become a descriptive adjective. This morning, HBO released the first brand new look at the upcoming season of Girls, and Lena is being Dunham-y, as usual. Check out the first trailer for Season 4 of the series and see if you agree.
Steven Spielberg has his hand in a lot of pots, including in television production, and while some of his TV projects have not been as good as others, we’re very excited about a possible project the man has in the works. Spielberg is hoping to adapt his hit 2002 movie, Minority Report, for the small screen.
True Blood is ending. We've known that all season, but Sunday night the HBO drama will air its last episode, titled "Thank you." Gratitude appears to be on the menu with this final installment, which prompts me to express some of my own before True Blood takes its final breath and makes its grand exit, after which it will inevitably find a place in pop culture history.
Doctor Who usually tells the story of a guy trapped in a box with a series of beautiful women whom he has absolutely no interest in beyond basic friendship.In other words, it’s a perfect target for porn parody, and it’s happening as a porn parody web series.
When someone gets naked on a reality television show, exactly how naked is he or she agreeing to get? It might seem like a pretty simple question, but thanks to a $10 million lawsuit, it’s now a whole lot more complicated.
Last week's episode of Big Brother was my least favorite of the season. This week's was my absolute favorite. It just goes to show of drastically things can change from one week to the next in any given season of this unpredictable reality TV competition.
If there are any lingering questions concerning whether or not Jimmy Fallon is a good fit for The Tonight Show in this Internet Age, his recent wave of popular viral videos should put those questions to rest. On Wednesday, the late night program host sat down with Jared Leto, not to discuss his work with 30 Seconds to Mars, but to discuss the mysteries of the universe with the long-haired actor and musician.
During tonight's episode of Big Brother, the four evicted houseguests -- three previously evicted and whoever is booted tonight -- will have the chance to compete to return to the house. CBS has given us a look at what the competition will look like, which gives us a bit to speculate on while we wait for tonight's episode. If you don't want to be spoiled on how the comeback competition will work, look no further!
It’s hard for fans not to be thinking of True Blood this week, as we are all too aware of the fact that on Sunday night HBO will be airing the final episode of the series. Not just the final episode of the season, the final episode ever. While the show may be ending, the ratings have been doing quite well for the subscription cable network, prompting us to wonder why HBO is canceling one of its best performers.
Most big reality competition shows peak in the ratings at some point, leading the program creators to run around like chickens with their heads cut off, figuring out increasingly gimmicky antics to keep people tuning in for their shows. It happened to American Idol. It happened to Survivor, The Amazing Race and Top Chef. As far as gimmicks go, hiring on Julianne Hough to judge on Dancing with the Stars isn’t the worst thing we’ve ever seen.
Joining the previously cast Oscar Isaac and Catherine Keener are Winona Ryder, Alfred Molina and former Walking Dead star Jon Bernthal. Is an Emmy sweep in this project’s future?
Over the last few years, Showtime’s veteran programs, including Weeds and Dexter, have slowly finished their runs on the network. The good news is that the network has created a new programming lineup capable of filling the shoes of the old staples. This week, Showtime announced that a couple of its more recent programs have been renewed for another season at the subscription cable channel.
FXX's planned Simpsons marathon event has officially begun. The 12-day marathon kicked (or kicks, if you're on PST) off at 10:00 a.m. today and will run for 24 hours a day for nearly two weeks. Those tuning in this morning will be treated to the early years of the long-running Fox animated comedy, complete with all of the ay carambas, don't have a cows and eat my shorts'es that fans can handle.
For diehard Simpsons fans, the next 12 days are going to be some of the best that time on Earth has to offer, as FXX begins its massive marathon,To help you figure out the best times of the day to escape your own city and head to Springfield – or at least when to set your DVRs – we’re picking five can’t-miss episodes from each day of the marathon.