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Friday The 13th Will Bludgeon Your TV Sets With Jason Voorhees For New Series
If it sounds like the worst idea in the world to you, it might be; but then it could also sound like the best idea in the world, and that’s okay, too. It’s whatever mommy says, really.
Agents Of SHIELD Photos Preview The Next 2 Episodes: Nothing Personal And Ragtag
We're down to the last few episodes of of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s first -- and hopefully not last -- season. Those ready for a look at next week's episode and the one after that will appreciate these photos and episode descriptions. Spoilers ahead!
MTV Will Continue With Buckwild Despite Numerous Scandals, Cast Member Death
Remember MTV’s Buckwild? It was supposed to be the heir apparent to Jersey Shore, a steamy West Virginia mess about hard drinking and hooking up, but executives decided to pull the plug after several arrests and a cast member death.
Black Box Review: ABC's Mental Procedural Is Too Chaotic To Be Enjoyable
Black Box is a step in an edgy direction for ABC, which generally prefers soapy dramas like Grey’s Anatomy, Revenge or Once Upon A Time. This time around, the network's new offering follows a famed neuroscience who must religiously medicate due to bipolar disorder.
Arrow Season 2, Episode 20 - Seeing Red: 3 DCU Tie-Ins And Easter Eggs
Whoa. Fans should probably have been expecting someone significant to bite the dust before the end of Season 2 but perhaps not this early. Arrow still has three episodes before the "Unthinkable" finale and key characters are already starting to drop. Imagine what the series has in store for the rest of the season? But before Starling becomes a “City of Blood,” this week ”The Man Under the Hood” was distracted trying to stop his sidekick from "Seeing Red"...
Is Arrow Ready To Surrender? Check Out City Of Blood Trailer, Photos And Description
Spoilers if you haven't seen last night's Arrow ("Seeing Red")! The trailer for "City of Blood" begins with a funeral, and after last night's episode, we don't have to guess who's in the casket. But there's a lot more going on in this 30-second spot that isn't so clear.
The Sisterhood Enters The Convent For Nun-Based Lifetime Docuseries
The Sisterhood will follow five Catholic women as they try to decide whether or not they want to change their lives forever by becoming nuns, an interesting concept that adds purpose to more casual unscripted material. It also seems to be a show where the point is literally making people try to figure out how faithful they can allow themselves to be.
Max Brooks' Vampires Vs. Zombies Comic The Extinction Parade Being Developed By Legendary TV
With almost all of the necessary pieces in place, Legendary TV is now ready to get into creating product, and they’ve lined up a hell of an interesting first project. Max Brooks’ popular "vampires vs. zombies" horror comic The Extinction Parade is being developed into a potential series, because shows about zombies and vampires living exclusively are so behind the times.
The NFL Introduced Radical Changes To Its 2014-2015 Season Schedule
When it comes to ratings, NFL games are TV’s biggest no-brainers. So it’s no small matter that the 2014-2015 season will feature three significant changes in where and when some of the most important games of the season are played.
Andy Samberg To Host Saturday Night Live Finale, With Andrew Garfield And Charlize Theron Next Up
Two years after leaving the show, the Emmy-winning Samberg is the latest in a long line of comedians who find post-SNL success, winning two Golden Globes for his consistently silly Fox sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine. The musical guest for the evening will be indie pop singer-songwriter St. Vincent, performing on the show for the first time, two months after releasing her highly acclaimed self-titled fourth album.
J.K. Rowling Teams With HBO And The BBC For The Casual Vacancy Miniseries
HBO and the BBC have teamed up with Rowling to turn her 2012 novel into a three-hour miniseries to be aired at an undisclosed date. There’s a joke to be made about a vacancy on HBO’s schedule being casually taken by this miniseries, but it’s not up to Rowling’s standards.
How I Met Your Dad Casts Meg Ryan For The Voiceover Role
Meg Ryan is following in Bob Saget’s footsteps. No, she’s not hosting a new incarnation of America’s Funniest Home Videos, but she has been tapped to provide the weekly voiceover for the How I Met Your Mother spinoff, aptly titled How I Met Your Dad. To answer your other question, a few episodes of Web Therapy and a lot of hanging out. That’s what she’s been up to lately.
Bad Teacher Review: CBS's New Comedy Is A Solid B+ With Potential For Extra Credit
Taking over for The Crazy Ones as the lone single-camera comedy on CBS' Thursday night line-up is Hilary Winston's small screen take on the 2011 movie Bad Teacher. Based on -- but not a sequel to -- the movie that starred Cameron Diaz, CBS's new comedy gets off to a solid start with potential to be a great new series, thanks in part to a well-rounded cast, led by Ari Graynor as the titular "bad teacher."
Orange Is The New Black Clip Has Piper Showing Off Her Egg-cellent Artwork
We still have a little while to wait for the second season of Orange is the New Black, however we're now close enough to the June 6 debut of Season 2 to start seeing footage. That includes a clip from the first episode, which gives us a look at what Taylor Schilling's character is up to when things get started. Spoilers (obviously) if you're not caught up through the first season of Orange is the New Black!
Royal Pains, Suits And More USA Summer Premiere Dates Set, Rush Gets A Trailer
Summer's a big season for USA and this one is no exception. In addition to scheduling the return dates for Royal Pains, Suits and Graceland, the cable network has released two trailers and premiere dates for their newest hour-longs, Rush and Satisfaction, both of which are slated to debut Thursday, July 17. Watch the trailer for Rush above!