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Samurai Jack Was the Most Poignant Depiction of Loneliness on TV

A lone samurai clad in white stares up in horrified awe at a gargantuan future city, constructed with neon bright colors, clashing machinery, and aliens speaking in a tongue foreign to his ear. This samurai travels through lands of the mythic and mundane, the natural and the supernatural. Here he ... More »

'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Star Phaedra Parks and Son Ayden to Appear on 'Big Star Little Star'

Phaedra Parks has landed her first TV gig after reportedly getting fired from The Real Housewives of Atlanta. The attorney and her seven-year-old son Ayden will be appearing on USA Network's Big Star Little Star, which is a "celebrity...Show More Summary

‘The Brave’: Matt Corman & Chris Ord Join NBC Drama Series As Co-Showrunners

NBC and Universal TV have tapped Covert Affairs creators Matt Corman and Chris Ord as executive producers and co-showrunners of the new drama series The Brave, which landed the plum Monday 10 PM slot behind The Voice on the network’s...Show More Summary

Man United’s huge financial offer to land a top striker

Man United & Antoine Griezmann For the third day running, Man United fans have been encouraged that Antoine Griezmann is on his way to Old Trafford this summer. On French TV on Monday night, Griezmann gave his move to Man United a 60% chance of happening. He followed that up by talking about his favourite Man […]

TV Club: The land of opportunity known as SmackDown! pats itself on the back

Because The A.V. Club knows that TV shows keep going even if we’re not writing at length about them, we’re experimenting with discussion posts. For certain shows, one of our TV writers will publish some brief thoughts about the latest episode, and open the comments for readers to share theirs. Show More Summary

Darren Star And Cast On Blending Love, Work & A Big Lie In ‘Younger’ – The Contenders Emmys Video

Darren Star, creator and producer behind shows like Sex And The City and Beverly Hills, 90210  tells how ageism and the importance of work became driving factors in creating his latest series Younger. He joined TV Land’s panel at Deadline’s...Show More Summary

TV Club: Supergirl’s season finale shoots for the moon, doesn’t quite land among the stars

Even more so than the other shows in the Berlanti-verse, Supergirl has a high level of difficulty when it comes to depicting its heroine’s powers. Not only does Kara have heat vision, ice breath, super speed, and super strength, flying is her main mode of transportation. Show More Summary

Tomi Lahren lands a new gig, but it’s not at a TV network

Right-wing firebrand, Tomi Lahren, is joining a pro-Trump advocacy group, Great America Alliance. She will work on the communications team for the organization, after splitting from conservative network TheBlaze earlier this year. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Newswire: Billy Bush really regrets not changing the topic with Trump

Last month, disgraced Today host Billy Bush emerged from the land of wind and ghosts to sing a little song about how much he wants to get back on TV, and now he has fully opened up to The Hollywood Reporter in his first big interview...Show More Summary

TV Upfronts: Meet the Mega-Producers

3 Arts leads the pack, while Greg Berlanti approaches history and Marvel has a huge cable and broadcast upfronts, landing new shows on ABC, Fox, Hulu, Freeform and FXX. read more

YouTube is bringing 360-degree videos to TVs

Google’s 360-degree video obsession is coming to your TV. Today YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki announced that the service’s two-year-old 360-degree feature will “soon” land on smart TVs and streaming devices that run the YouTube app, including Google’s cheap Chromecast streaming dongles. The TV experience works a lot like it does on a laptop: You click on your […]

Tired of weak two-dimensional roles, women are creating their own TV series

Katy Colloton, one of the six executive producer/writer/stars of TV Land's “Teachers,” has an ongoing problem: She’s so good at separating her writing duties from her acting duties that more than one script she’s penned has left her dismayed on filming day. “A lot of times I’ll get to set to do...

MGM TV Nabs Rights to Daniel Silva’s Bestselling Series of Spy Novels

MGM Television has landed the rights to Daniel Silva's New York Times bestselling spy novels about Gabriel Allon, equal parts art restorer, spy and assassin. Jonathan Glickman, president of MGM's motion picture group, and Steve Stark, president of television production and development, announced plans for a series based on the character. Show More Summary

Newswire: Mindy Kaling’s new show, Champions, lands at NBC

Although The Mindy Project still has one season left in its tenure on Hulu, Mindy Kaling is about to score a second concurrent TV series for herself. Deadline reports that NBC has picked up Kaling’s Champions, on which she produces, and is set to recur in a guest-starring role, for a first season. Show More Summary

Newswire: Amy Sedaris and Bobcat Goldthwait both land series at TruTv

Not to be left out of all the big movings and shakings at the major TV networks this week, comedy-focused cable channel TruTV made some schedule-changing announcements of its own today, albeit without the usual accompanying wave of show-smashing cancellations. Show More Summary

Lilli Passero on 'The Voice': I had a gut feeling my time was up, landing in the bottom was overwhelming

Lilli Passero talks to Reality TV World about her experience on The Voice -- including what happened behind the scenes to determine her unusual song choices.

‘Nobodies’ Cast On How Feeling Ignored By The Oscars Led To TV Land Comedy – The Contenders Emmys Video

It was 2012 and they were all watching the Oscars and feeling very left out and alone. That experience led the creators-producers-stars of TV Land’s new industry-centric Nobodies to eventually come up with the concept for their comedy series. Show More Summary

'One Day at a Time's' Justina Machado kept pushing forward until a lead role finally came her way

Justina Machado thought it wasn’t going to happen. Landing a lead role in a TV show about a Latino family was like asking for two TV unicorns to magically present themselves. And when those unicorns showed up — back in the late ‘90s when Machado was cast as the lead in the comedy pilot “I Love...

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