‘Shameless’ and ‘Episodes’ will both be returning for second seasons.
FX finally realizes that superheroes are awesome.
Don Johnson is sailing back into network TV waters. Now he’s trading his trademark white suit for whatever it is not-gay Beverly Hills hairdressers wear.
Charles Sheen’s descent into madness from his tropical island paradise continues.
Even a host has his favorites.
CBS foresaw the problem potential of hanging the livelihoods of hundreds on a raving madman and decided to get a series finale in the can in case of Sheenmergency.
Since it looks like we won’t be seeing new episodes of “Two and a Half Men” any time soon, if ever (fingers crossed) we decided that now would be a great time to take a look back fondly at the five greatest “Two and a Half Men” moments. Yes, it was difficult, but we actually found five.
Looks like Johnny Depp would like to move away from playing roles that require silly hats.
Win a charity auction and attend a private dinner reunion of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” cast. I can sense you doing the Carlton as you read this.
Calling a dude a “pussy” is funny, but when doing so possibly ends the run of a terrible, yet somehow endlessly successful TV sitcom – that’s hilarious.
How can a critically acclaimed show expect to grow an audience when 4 million viewers are busy watching some teenage skanks “raise” their bastard children on MTV’s “Teen Mom 2”? Jesus Christ, if I wanted to watch some fat high-school sophomore push her stupid kid around, I’d go hang out at the mall.
This might be the stiffest price a person has ever paid for not getting a joke.
Get your mouse finger ready.
“Glee’s” Ryan Murphy and his “Nip/Tuck” partner Brad Falchuk have been pretty tight-lipped about their new FX pilot “American Horror Story.” There’s been no word on plot or genre. All we’ve had to go on is the cheery and optimistic sounding title. Until now.
Discovery Channel star Justin Tennison was found dead in an Alaska hotel room.
“Firefly” fans are hardcore and extremely unwilling to find a new thing to obsess over.
I think potential hardcore fans are already planning the “save this show” campaign, for when it inevitably gets cancelled too soon.
At the beginning of the week, we all wondered what caused reporter Serene Branson to sound like a “Twin Peaks” dream sequence during her Grammys recap. Now, Branson describes what happened in her own words. This time in English, please!
Howie Mandel, that merry prankster, is at it again with a hidden camera special on Fox. That’s what I would say if I was amused by Howie Mandel.
If you see anyone singing in the streets today, they are probably fans of watching Kiefer Sutherland run around and try to prevent bad things from happening. He’s signed on for a new Fox drama where he’ll do exactly that.
FX has refused to even release the show’s plot. As such, they have left us no choice but to come up with our own predictions about the show’s content. Here are nine possible plotlines.
He gave us a few juicy details about the rest of the first season, but one thing that really sounds cool is an idea he hasn’t written yet.
Just like in any relationship, FX wants to get back with Ryan Murphy now that he’s with a better looking (higher profile) significant other (network).
Bad news for Starz’s 13 subscribers. “Spartacus” actress Lesley-Ann Brandt and her boobs are headed to CSI:NY.
Beavis and Butthead won’t just be dissecting Lady Gaga when they return to television later this year. Watch your back, piano-playing cats.
Jerry Seinfeld has lost his favorite, loudest uncle. Len Lesser, the actor best known for yelling his way into our hearts as Uncle Leo on “Seinfeld,” has passed away.
From football siren to inviso-jet flyin’, Palicki (‘Friday Night Lights’) has been tapped (yeah, she has – *high fives*) to star in NBC’s “Wonder Woman” pilot.
Mitch Hurwitz, creator of ‘Arrested Development’ and ‘Running Wilde’, has compiled a handy list of tips for getting your sitcom canceled. ‘References to Jessica Walter’s vagina’ is glaringly absent.
I don’t dislike Rosanne or Sinbad, but I’m not going to spend 30 minutes of my life on them when I have access to Netflix and free Internet porn. If basic cable really wants to gain some viewers, why don’t they give a reality show to more interesting stand-ups?