NBC’s favorite word must be “reboot.”
In case you think the title matters, it’s called ‘Tin Man’.
She’s the showrunner we deserve.
I disagree with most of it.
I would think that He-Man would be the type of film that doesn’t really require a script.
It will be called ‘People In New Jersey’, which might be a divisive title.
Step one: spark Twitter discussions about your show. Step two: buy yacht with duffel bag full of cash.
The readers should have known when the byline was “Spoiler Alert.”
After ‘Dexter’, it’s nice to see him play a good guy.
Everything Strahan touches turns to gold.
Mulaney, one of the only sitcoms in recent history to generate any sort of positive buzz before getting picked up…didn’t get picked up by NBC, much to the chagrin of…
Always let analysts judge art.
Wilfred, the super-high-concept show about a man who has a talking dog, who’s actually a surly guy in a dog suit, is being put down after its fourth and final…
The Apatow 9000 moviemaking program has spit out this random combination of actors for a film.
Everyone wear a hat and aviators in honor of this great writer.
“As seen on ‘Jackass’.”
I’m not saying that to be hyperbolic. It is contractually set up to run for 100 episodes.
He will wield an annoying accent.
They kill everyone during most of the “Treehouse of Horror” episodes. What’s the big deal?
This might just be a gimmick to sell earplugs.
It’s all in the interest of national security.
It’s the anti-CBS
He looks like a ‘Fargo’ character.
Even oppressive regimes can’t resist the siren call of GTA V.
It could survive a holocaust.
It has to run for 2,300 years to amortize the cost of the sets.
He should just kill everyone in the first episode, then have the show just follow a little girl in an orphanage.
Click for my theory on “Why not Stuntman Mike?”
The walrus might be a metaphor for fat people.