Whether or not you've thought about the mad-cap "game show, but not quite" antics of 'Whose Line is It Anyway' in the last several years, The CW plans to revive the improv comedy series this summer. 'The Talk' and 'Archer' star Aisha Tyler will replace Drew Carey to lead the classic cast of Ryan Styles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady and a weekly guest, but does the news have us all asking &
Just the other day we were thinking to ourselves, “Hey, what's with the lack of sexy, super-powered warrior princesses on TV.” Well, somebody over at the CW must have read our minds, because the network is officially looking for the next Wonder Woman.
At this point, we're starting to understand that all one needs to do to sell a pilot these days is to pick any work of classic literature, chop words off the title, and set it in the modern day. 'Alice in Wonderland' becomes 'Wunderland,' even Green Arrow comics become 'Arrow,' so what's the latest hack n' slash adaptation coming to The CW? Why, an adaptation of Charles Dickens' 'Great Expectati
The singing reality competition show landscape is pretty crowded these days. The battle is getting ready to heat up between NBC and Fox with The Voice and The X Factor both making their fall debut the week of September 10th.
Well, we all knew this was coming. Whether or not you followed the 2012 Olympics, or merely tuned in to see the Spice Girls’ glorious reunion, chances are you’ve heard the name Ryan Lochte floating about. Not only has the Olympic gold-medal winning swimmer set his sights on the reality TV circuit, now it seems like he’s paddling his way toward scripted television as well. And what groundbreakin