Packs a whole lot of story into its first episode. It’ll either continue at that pace, or settle into a groove based on that foundation. Either way it’s got the potential for some very compelling television.
Highlights included a seven-foot-tall armadillo, a fat guy who looked like a live-action version of Cleveland Brown’s son, and a girl in a Viking outfit (or maybe it was Hermes, but honestly, who cares).
We haven’t seen too much of him since he beat the crap out of Anderson Cooper. That’s because he’s been preparing — biding his time so that he can beat the crap out of all of us with nostalgia-based comedy.
National productivity: your days are numbered.
According to Katie Segal (Leela), Comedy Central is funding the continued adventures of Fry, Leela, Bender and Earth’s most unqualified crab-man doctor for another season.
The folks at Volkswagen have long been known for their creative advertising, and this Superbowl commercial continues that tradition.
Will fans of the original be able to enjoy, or even tolerate these characters 17 years later?
The show’s executive producer offers up her thoughts on the continuation of the zombie apocalypse.
You know her best as Annie on NBC’s ‘Community’.
The economically-depressed angry mobs of Egypt have absolutely no respect for our highly-paid news anchors.
If you’re a fan of “The Simpsons” you’re familiar with the recurring character Rainer Wolfcastle. Someone has taken the time to cut together all of his film parody appearances, giving us a four-minute glimpse at what a full-on McBain movie might look like.
Creator Shawn Ryan (“The Shield”) and stars Jason Clarke and Delroy Lindo lay down the law of land on their new Fox show.
TNT is helping Larry Hagman buy a new pool. He and a few other alums will be joining the previously cast attractive people Josh Henderson and Jordana Brewster.
When “Heroes” crashed and burned, NBC made a bold move and launched another generic-seeming superhero show in its wake.
The Gregory Brothers have done it again, this time cutting together an autotuned compilation of President Obama’s 2010 and 2011 State of the Union Addresses.
Jonathan Demme has decided to try his hand at television by signing on to helm the pilot episode of an untitled medical drama for CBS.
The economy must be looking up because the Sabre Corporation’s Scranton branch is hiring. “The Office” is seeking two new cast members in addition to a new boss to join the program next season.
Rob Huebel and gang show us some love.
Looks like the Hollywood Foreign Press Association likes a little tough talk, don’t they? Despite the outrage caused by Ricky Gervais’s roasting of the Golden Globes attendees, they’ve asked him to host a third time.
“Repo Games” allows contestants to keep their about-to-be-repossessed cars if they can answer three out of five questions correctly.
He’s tight-lipped, but we managed to coax some episode tidbits out of him.
Who killed that racist old woman?
It’s hard not to fall for Australian actress Yvonne Strahovski’s character on “Chuck.” Playing a full-time ass-kicking secret agent and part-time hot chick at large, Strahovski steals the show more often than not.
Jonah Hill is continuing his laid back domination of the American comedy landscape by launching his own production shingle, JHF.
Joel Surnow’s truthbomb “The Kennedys” has been having a hard time finding an audience.
Jordana Brewster, best known for roles in movies like The Faculty and The Fast And The Furious, has been cast in a lead role in TNT’s ‘Dallas’.
Shawn Levy wants you to take a look at his “Family Album,” just for a minute.
Folks ‘Tough Enough’ to engage in highly choreographed fight routines will get a chance at a WWE contract starting April 1st.
This clip from “The Today Show” in 1994, where Bryant Gumbel doesn’t know what crazy things like “internet” and “@” symbol mean, is like watching the beginning of time unfold.
Charlie Sheen’s wise decision to check himself into rehab has a silver lining. Production has been shut down on “Two and a Half Men” until further notice.