Shatner, Winkler, Foreman, Bradshaw get lost (& found) in translation in NBC reality tour.
There’s a whole lot of reasonable doubt to be found in tonight’s episode, but my goodness do you to have to wade through an ocean of bullshit to find it. The Night Of hasn’t bothered to sermonize about how the entire lives of both defendants...Show More Summary
It’s the end of an era on The CW, as “The Vampire Diaries” is finally coming to a close after eight seasons on the air. It’s not, however, the end of the vampire genre for the network, since “iZombie” and “Veronica Mars” genius Rob Thomas is set to dabble in the bloodsucking market with his new […]
The Salvatores haven't even left the building and The CW is already preparing for their blood-sucking successors. The network is currently developing a series based on the '80s vampire film The Lost Boys, TVguide.com has learned. From...Show More Summary
Rob Thomas, who is behind The CW's 'iZombie,' is prepping the updated take on the 1987 Kiefer Sutherland vampire movie. read more
Last month we brought you news that Vertigo was attempting a Lost Boys revival in comic-book form, portraying the ongoing efforts of Sam Emerson and the Frog Brothers to wipe out all the damn vampires in Santa Clara, California. Little did we know, though, that Lost Boys revivals are like house centipedes. Show More Summary
It's always interesting to see which movies make the leap to TV remakes, and what changes get made in the adaptation process. The seminal 1980s teen vamp horror The Lost Boys is getting a small screen...
It seems like the end is near for Criminal Minds, which just lost yet another series regular. Following the exit of Shemar Moore, Thomas Gibson was fired from the CBS procedural drama, understandably leaving many fans devastated. And now the question remains: Will Criminal Minds survive?
When most folks land on the wrong side of a bet they lose money, but one BBC broadcaster lost some of his dignity after betting on how little faith he had in one soccer team. Take a look.
Mel Gibson’s ex just lost a whole lot of money – Dlisted Miranda Kerr maintains a waterfall in the California drought – how? – Celebitchy Lamar Odom death rumors run rampant – Starcasm CW Superhero comes out as gay? – Celeb Dirty Laundry There’s no hope for Vogue – Dlisted Photo Credit: Wenn.com The post Evening Tea – August 11th appeared first on Reality Tea.
As co-host of the TLC series "Long Lost Family," Chris Jacobs is used to making people cry. He brought his girlfriend Ivy Teves to tears Wednesday at Wrigley Field before the Cubs played the Los Angeles Angels. After throwing out the first pitch, Jacobs got down on one knee and proposed to Teves...
While Donald Trump might have “the best words,” often times those words come out a bit… garbled. No matter how lost the meaning may be, the Republican presidential nominee always speaks with great confidence and bluster. These oddly boisterous quips are reminiscent of one of TV’s biggest blowhards, Futurama’s Zapp Brannigan. Show More Summary
Lost Boys never age — that's kind of their thing. So it should come as no surprise that 25 years after "Hook" first hit theaters, the boys with the battle cry of "Bangarang!" have barely changed.
One of the best aspects of Stranger Things is the way it uses simple effects to pack a big punch. And that’s especially true of the way Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder) communicates with her lost son, Will. After figuring out that Will can...Show More Summary
When The Bachelorette lost Chad in season 12, the show struggled to do anything remotely interesting for the rest of the season. After shrugging Chad off in the first few minutes of episode 2, Bachelor in Paradise had no such problem. Show More Summary
The Exorcist is regarded as one of the best horror films of all time but, as these things do, lost a bit of cache over the years through multiple sequels and changing tastes within the horror genre. So how will FOX's upcoming TV series...Show More Summary
At TCA, the creator of the new NBC sitcom called the Damon Lindelof drama "the model for this show." read more
According to Patton Oswalt, who tragically lost his wife in April, 102 days are all you need to perform miracles.
Elizabeth Mitchell is used to playing mysterious characters, but camp director Deb on Dead of Summer seems like she could be hiding some especially deadly secrets. After prominent roles on genre shows like Lost, Mitchell knows a thing or two about mysteries that live in the woods. But is she really ready for the supernatural scares of Camp Stillwater?
Yuko and Emi disappeared in the tsunami that killed tens of thousands in Japan. Five years later, two men still search the sea for their bodies.