The strange hybrid of Gary Busey and David Hasselhoff passed away today.
I knew that dark, steely gaze would serve a purpose.
Meet Miamo Metro’s newest detective.
Can’t wait to see what they have to say about R. Kelly.
Louis C.K. introduces an effective form of birth control.
Dexter, scarring his cheek will only be redundant.
Sleep with one eye open, gentlemen.
All you 18th century port-of-call enthusiasts: This is your Woodstock.
Claire Danes is running around accusing people of being terrorists.
“If you’re going to jump a shark, jump a big one,” Gervais wrote on his blog. So… maybe a Sharktopus?
More like DICK Ebersol.
Blurring the line between entertainment and adulthood.
I guess it’s not a surprise that an actor who appeared on VH1′s “Celebrity Rehab” OD’d, but it’s still sad news, nonetheless.
CBS has cranked out several programs with broadly drawn characters, some of whom even solve crimes.
The winner of the job will have to demonstrate excellent looking-into-the-camera skills.
The gist of Kimmel’s stand-up routine was: our network sucks, but other networks suck too. So… give us your money?
No, I think I’ll keep my enthusiasm for this intact.
She will be missed. She was a loose cannon, but she got results. No. Wait. That’s House.
According to FOX, it’s not a drama unless there are crimes being committed or dinosaurs running around. I feel the same way.
Don’t worry, summer only seems like it lasts forever.
The circle of life continues at ABC.
Let the inevitable Twitter battle begin.
Yesterday, NBC picked up a bunch of girlie shows for girlie girls. Today it’s all about odd dramas, or “oddmas” as I call them.
He reminds us of a simpler time when “The Daily Show” wasn’t all up its own ass with politics.
Can you match all 10 titles to their corresponding log line (that means “description,” for those of you who aren’t in the biz)?
Among NBC’s new shows for the vaginally-inclined: “Up All Night” with Christina Applegate, the Whitney Cummings sitcom and Spielberg’s Broadway drama “Smash.”
Trejo joins “Sons of Anarchy,” Def joins “Dexter,” and I join The Intrigued Club.
Hugh Grant decided that he and Charlie share a similar enough history as it is.
The upfronts are coming up, so Fox executives are pressing the “Greenlight” and “Dump Unceremoniously” buttons with wild abandon.