In a move that will surprise no one, CBS has ordered three more seasons of their massively successful 3 camera sitcom, The Big Bang Theory.
The show, produced by Steven Spielberg, is about a family from the future who go back to the time of dinosaurs to start a new life for humanity. And dinosaurs eat them while they’re on the toilet, we hope.
At TCA, the cast and creators shared breakfast and spoilers. Yum!
Steven Spielberg’s highly-anticipated new sci-fi series, “Terra Nova” has a premiere date, with a subsequent episode being shown the next night.
Another week, another piece of vague news about the Arrested Development Movie. Ron Howard, EP and narrator of the beloved/canceled sitcom, said that the film stalled while show creator Mitch Hurwitz was busy developing about 50 TV projects over the last few years.
What can replace fabulous swears like sh*t and as*hole?
The teens are getting even more cray cray in this longer, dirtier version of MTV’s “Skins” promo trailer.
As the new co-host of G4′s “Attack of the Show,” Candace Bailey is a certified pro when it comes to such subjects as comic books, video games, the Internet, and the lesser-known oddities of Japanese pop culture.
Charlie Sheen had a cooler weekend than you, and now his bosses at Warner Brothers and CBS are worried he’s not going to show up to work on “Two and a Half Men.”
It’s The Onion, so you know it’ll be funny. Also funny: ESPN’s 24-hour broadcast of Chris Berman’s jiggling neck fat.
Because if there’s one thing the entertainment world is lacking, it’s television adaptations of bestselling fantasy novels.
Justin Beiber’s star is rising and there’s nothing that can be done to stop it. But, at least, it can be stalled.
Andy Whitfield tragically cannot return to the role of Spartacus because his cancer has come out of remission, but producers are committed to finding a new actor.
AMC President Charlie Collier says season four of “Breaking Bad” will take it to the next level and be “truly phenomenal.” Also, where’s the zombie apocalypse headed from here?
Dude. Last night’s Mega Millions drawing boasted a $355 million jackpot, and a piece of that could have gone to you if you played the numbers from ‘Lost.’
Pepsi has won the war to inundate Simon Cowell’s new talent show, “The X Factor,” with their iconic branding. Tough titties, Coke.
Get some juicy intel from Det. Sammy Bryant himself.
Damian Lewis has been cast in Showtime’s “Homeland” as a soldier who returns home after ten years in Iraqi prison. He’ll star opposite the totally-believable-as-a-CIA-agent Claire Danes, who will be playing a CIA agent.
So while most Americans are struggling to make ends meet this holiday season, Morgan is out there buying new organs. Typical Hollywood.
Matthew Senreich comments on the latest batch of Star Wars jokes and gives us a preview of the show’s fifth season.
This is a touchy subject whenever I bring it up around here, but “Dexter” is an uneven show. Now, Scott Buck is ready to wash the turd-like taste of Season Five out of our mouths.
As it turns out, Huston is the grandson of famed director John Huston, and the nephew of actress Angelica Huston. Looking back, the resemblance is uncanny. You can really see it in his eye.
It’s been said that only Nixon could go to China. Well tell that to Big Bird, bitch.
They’ve taken television by storm with their hour-long dramas, and now AMC is preparing to run a train. The network gave a series order to “Hell On Wheels,” a drama about the construction of the transcontinental railroad.
Eminem a.k.a. Slim Shady a.k.a. Marshall Mathers is stepping into the ring with “Sons of Anarchy” creator Kurt Sutter for new boxing drama, “Southpaw.” Dreamworks bought the pitch in the room, and not just because the rapper stared at them intimidatingly.
Ethan Hawke is in talks to slum it on Fox with the procedural drama Exit Strategy. The high octane successor to “24″ will star Hawke as the leader of an elite team that helps retrieve CIA agents from missions gone awry.
And the winners are…
This show seems to write itself, as officers advise the producers of strange real cases they’ve investigated. Rookie officer Ben Sherman gets a surprise in a seemingly routine domestic disturbance.
David Hasselhoff will do anything. ANYTHING. So it came as no surprise when he scored a reality show on A&E. Now the network has pulled the show after only two episodes. Keep in mind that this is the channel that has found success with a show about raiding storage units.
When Ricky Gervais hosted the Golden Globes earlier this year, he kept saying he’d never be invited back. He let loose with celebrity roasting, but now he is coming back to host again on January 16. Gervais told a conference call full of reporters that he plans to be even bolder with his jokes this time.