Whether or not you ever caught the critically under-appreciated FX gem ‘Rescue Me,’ or you delight in Denis Leary’s acerbic wit in this year’s ‘The Amazing Spider-Man,’ the comedian certainly has a distinctive voice. Literally, and figuratively. That’s why FX’s latest announcement has us wondering, will we hear either in the new series ‘Bronx Warrants?’
‘Community‘ fans are the first people to single out NBC for disregarding the show, by either never giving enough promotion, or changing its show-runner without so much of a phone call, and the newly-released official schedule for the fall is just icing on the cake. So just how long will we have to wait for fresh episodes of ‘Community,’ or even ‘30 Rock?’
Looks like the ‘Weeds’ bag is empty, folks. Shut off your growth lights, pack up your bongs, and sift through the haze for more marijuana metaphors, because Showtime has decided to pass on any additional seasons of long-running Mary-Louise Parker comedy ‘Weeds.’
At this point, there are probably more question marks than musical notes when it comes to ‘Glee‘s somewhat re-inventive fourth season. We do know that half the focus will move to New York City to follow Rachel Berry (Lea Michele), and presumably at least Santana (Naya Rivera), with the rest of the story taking place in good old Lima, Ohio. So if that’s the case, what new faces might we see next season?
Brace yourself, ‘Private Practice‘ fans. This may be the end. We’ve already endured a bit of heartache that ‘Private Practice’ would be losing its leading man Tim Daly for the sixth (and potentially) final thirteen-episode season, but now reports are swirling that the ‘Grey’s Anatomy‘ spin-off is definitely on its last legs. Will series lead Kate Walsh stick with the show after seven years as Dr. Addison Montgomery, as it heads into its next run of episodes?
It’s been about two years since the end of ABC’s mega-hit pseudo sci-fi series ‘LOST,’ though we obviously haven’t stopped talking about it. Even the most hardcore loyalists found themselves divided by the show’s controversial ending, which to say the least, didn’t exactly wrap up all of the lingering mystery threads in a nice little package. So what exactly does co-creator / executive producer (and ‘Prometheus’ writer) Damon Lindelof have to say for himself?
Somewhat sad news, folks. While much of last week was spent on an upswing watching show after show get officially picked up and renewed, it seems two of TV’s underrepresented mainstays are about to go gentle into that goodnight. On the upside, at least one of the cancelled series won’t mean an end to work!
You can take the girl out of the ‘Jersey Shore‘ house, but you just can’t take the ‘Jersey Shore’ house out of the girl. Let’s test that theory! Among a few key changes taking place with the upcoming sixth (hopefully last) season of ‘Jersey Shore,’ it seems at least one housemate is keen to make a change…of address!
What year is this? If Ashton Kutcher returns to hosting duties for MTV’s hit prank show ‘Punk’d,’ does that mean ‘The Matrix’ sequels have come out? Did President Gore implement his global warming solutions? Are we still waiting for Guns ‘N’ Roses to release their masterpiece “Chinese Democracy?” Well, if MTV ever takes a break from showing wall-to-wall music videos, we’ve got good news for Ashton Kutcher fans!
Going on near of a twelve-year run, last night saw the culmination of the latest off-shoot ‘Survivor: One World,’ one of the first that saw both tribes living at the same campsite from the very beginning. So who took home the big bucks? Your answer inside…
Now that both ‘Community‘ and ‘Fringe‘ have been officially saved for cancellation, it feels like most TV-goers can breathe actual sighs of relief, few other series coming so close to the bubble. Still, after NBC and FOX‘s laundry list of pickups, things have been curiously quiet on the front of ABC. ABC maintains less bubble series to be sure, but how much longer until we can expect relief? No longer!
It doesn’t seem to matter that the original ‘Law & Order‘ has fallen by the wayside, that series star Christopher Meloni has since departed, or how old and parody-able the franchise has become, NBC isn’t ready to give up on ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ just yet. More than just a renewal however, NBC look to keep franchise creator Dick Wolf very happy with a new deal including an order for a new original series. More procedurals? Read on…
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