TV Bent

NBC Cancels Bent, Awake And Two More
Today we learned that Parks and Recreations and Up All Night were renewed, and last night there was good news for Community. But it's not all good news for NBC. The ax fell for a number of the network's struggling freshman series, some more deserving of a second chance than others. Unfortunately, these ones won't be getting them.
Save This Show: NBC's Bent Deserves A Second Season
Bent shouldn't become one of those series that's briefly aired and then forgotten. These first six episodes should be the introduction to what could go on to be a solid series and one worth tuning into each week. It just needs a chance, some time to grow, and a time-slot that doesn't put it against American Idol, Criminal Minds and Modern Family all at once.
Save These Shows: 5 Struggling Series That Shouldn't Be Cancelled
Here at Cinema Blend, some of our writers consume quite a bit of TV every week. So, we asked them, if you could save one single program in danger of being cut, which one would it be? Not surprisingly, we received five very passionate and very different answers. This week, we’re going to allow each one to present his or her case to the network heads and to their fellow fans as to why it would be an absolute travesty if their choice was given its walking papers. Below, you’ll find a short preview of what to expect.
David Walton Signed On For CBS Pilot, But Will NBC's Bent Get Cancelled?
After deciding Bryan Greenberg just did not have the chops to pursue a role in a lighthearted comedy after acting in the much darker dramedy How to Make it in America on HBO, CBS has wasted no time in recasting Greenberg’s former role. Today, the eye network signed on Bent’s David Walton to play the lead in the still-untitled Greg Berlanti and Greg Malins joint project.
Bent Preview: A Peek At Amanda Peet And Jeffrey Tambor In NBC's New Comedy
As though Arrested Development didn’t give us enough reason to love Jeffrey Tambor, NBC gives us Bent, a comedy series that knows just what to do with the actor, and also makes great use of the rest of its cast.
Bent Review: Amanda Peet And David Walton Star In NBC's Funny New Comedy
NBC’s new comedy Bent is coming in late in the game for the 2011-2012 season, which makes the series seem more like an afterthought than a real contender. Perhaps that, and the limited promotions I’ve seen for the comedy are to blame for my general lack of enthusiasm going into the pilot. But I found myself pleasantly surprised, as Bent is well cast, smart, charming and funny.
Amanda Peet Signed On For NBC Pilot
It’s been a few years since Amanda Peet’s had a starring role on a TV series, however it seems as though her next one may be just around the corner as she’s set to star in an NBC comedy pilot.
Bent Stories 1 to 7 of 7

Movie Guides

Guardians Of The Galaxy 2: What We Know So Far
Justice League Movie: What We Know So Far
Spider-Man: Homecoming - What We Know So Far
Power Rangers: Everything About The New Movie
Shazam: What We Know So Far
Gambit: What We Know So Far About The X-Men Spin-Off Movie
Star Wars: Episode 8 What We Know So Far
Star Wars: Rogue One - Everything About The Spinoff
Captain Marvel's Movie: What We Know So Far
Fast And Furious 8: Everything We Know
Ready Player One Movie: What We Know So Far
Batman Solo Movie: Everything We Know So Far
Avengers 3: Everything We Know About Infinity War
The Dark Tower Movie: What We Know So Far
Avatar 2: What We Know So Far
Black Panther Movie: What We Know So Far
Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them Movie, What We Know About The Harry Potter Prequel
Wonder Woman Movie: What We Know So Far
Pacific Rim 2: What We Know So Far
Incredibles 2: What We Know So Far
Transformers 5: What We Know So Far

Hot Topics


Iron Fist: What We Know So Far
11 Movies That Somehow Won The Weekend Box Office
Why The Entire Friday The 13th Franchise Really Kind Of Sucks
Why Quentin Tarantino Is The Perfect Director For Deadpool 2
Gateway Media ©copyright 2016