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Mad Scientists in the Laboratory of Culture

There must be some root reason giants like the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Associated Press, and the network news shows are consistently liberal.

Newswire: HBO renews Togetherness, considers going steady

So...this might sound crazy, but just listen. HBO and Togetherness have only been hanging out for a little over three weeks now, which is not, like, a long time, but enough time for a network to figure out it likes a show, y’know? The...Show More Summary

Friday Cable Ratings: CNN’s Cooper Nearly Doubles MSNBC’s Hayes in Demo

3 days agoNews : Mediaite

MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes stood out Friday night as the only regular primetime show on the big three cable news networks to draw less than 100K viewers in the 25-54 demo. During the 8 p.m. time slot, Chris Hayes was third with 87K, which CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 had nearly twice as many viewers with 168K and Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor was #1 with 399K.

Limbaugh Claims Weather Forecasts Have Been Wrong Because "The Left Has Corrupted Everything"

From the January 26 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: LIMBAUGH: I can't tell you the number of times a record or major snow storm has been forecast -- this year alone -- I was just trying to think last night,...Show More Summary

5 Questions with… Jamie Colby

\"Strange Inheritance with Jamie Colby\" premieres on Fox Business Network tonight at 9 pm ET. We recently caught up with Colby to discuss her new show, spending time away from home and her numerous professions. TVNewser: What should...Show More Summary

One-Season Wonders, Weirdos, And Wannabes: Behind-the-scenes chaos derailed Square Pegs’ new-wave promise

Some TV shows never even make it past the first season. Maybe a series lacked the ratings to match its artistic accomplishments, or maybe it floundered its way into the network crosshairs, but it’s time to look at one-season series outside the immediate context of ratings and renewals. Show More Summary

Restaurant: Impossible's Robert Irvine Couldn't Save His Own Outlet Mall Eatery

The TV Host apparently had no time to manage it. Food Network person and resume padder Robert Irvine — you know, the guy who hosts a show about saving failing restaurants — is shuttering one of his own. That's right, according to the State, Irvine is closing his South Carolina outlet mall hotspot Nosh. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Kill some time and learn about pasta on Broad City’s Al Dente Dentist Tumblr

It’s an established fact: Any time a made up URL is mentioned on a TV show, that TV show or network has to purchase that URL. Whether they use it is really up to them, but the policy has made for all sorts of fun web-based TV content, from Silicon Valley’s Pied Piper site to Breaking Bad’s Save Walter White. Show More Summary

Shaquille O'Neal -- I'M GONNA BE A SITCOM STAR ... Network Greenlights Pilot

Shaquille O'Neal could be the biggest sitcom star of all time... 'cause the 7-footer has a brand new scripted TV show in the works. TruTV has ordered a pilot episode of the show, tentatively titled," Shaq Inc." -- a workplace comedy that's…

VH1 Cuts “LeAnn & Eddie” Following Season 1 Flop

The reality show scene is truly hit-or-miss, and unfortunately for LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian their VH1 program missed big time. On Tuesday (January 20) the music network announced that “LeAnn & Eddie” had been chopped from the schedule,...Show More Summary

One-Season Wonders, Weirdos, And Wannabes: Kitchen Confidential is a recipe for ensemble casting at its finest

Some TV shows never even make it past the first season. Maybe a series lacked the ratings to match its artistic accomplishments, or maybe it floundered its way into the network crosshairs, but it’s time to look at one-season series outside the immediate context of ratings and renewals. Show More Summary

Stevie Wonder Set To Produce Underground Railroad Miniseries And Broadway Show Based On Love Stories

Stevie Wonder is working with NBC Networks to launch a miniseries and Broadway musical about the Underground Railroad. TIME says the miniseries will run for eight hours and be based on literature such as Forbidden Fruit: Love Stories From the

Super Bowl 2015 Will Get NBC Live Stream - Including Katy Perry's Half Time Show!

Amazing news for football fans without cable – NBC will live stream the 2015 Super Bowl and all of the pre and post-game coverage! The network will be partaking in “Super Stream Sunday” to promote their TV Everywhere streaming services. “We are leveraging the massive digital reach of the Super Bowl to help raise overall [...]

Create your own Adventure Time game in this great iOS app

Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time isn’t just a popular kids’ show, it presents one of the richest and most surreal animated landscapes I can remember seeing on a TV show. In other words, it’s perfect for sparking and unlocking young people’s imagination … Read more ›

‘Minority Report’ Pilot Gets a Director

Fox’s planned Minority Report pilot has taken a step forward, as the network has announced a director for the show. Mark Mylod (Once Upon a Time, The Affair) will now helm the debut outing for the show based on Steven Spielberg’s 2002 movie. Show More Summary

As Content Pours From Everywhere, New Network Shows Strive for Boldness

At a time when small-screen audiences have never had more viewing options, network executives are highlighting star turns and audacious themes as they aim to be heard above the din.

Time to binge: You can watch the pilot episodes of 13 brand new Amazon shows right now

Not impressed by the latest slate of network shows, but still looking for something to watch this winter? It might be time to head to Amazon, where 13 brand new shows are now streaming for the company’s 2015 pilot season. As before, viewers will be able to provide feedback in order to decide which shows get picked up for a full season. Show More Summary

NBC Explains Delay To Drop Bill Cosby's Show

NBC dropped its plans for a Bill Cosby project back in November after sexual assault allegations mounted against the comedian, and now the network has explained its decision for the first time. "Fifteen women came out and accused him," NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt said during panel at the TCA winter press tour. Show More Summary

Clay Aiken's New Docu-Series Is Being Released This Spring — And Here's What They're Calling It!

?Remember when we told you that Clay Aiken was getting his own TV show? Well, that time has come! Esquire Network is ready to air their TV series about the former American Idol star, as he made a run at joining congress. Academy Award-winner Simon Chinn produced the four-hour original docu-series, titled THE RUNNER-UP, since Clay lost the [...]

Showrunner Matt Nix Sounds Off on Cable's Unavoidable Evolution

"A self-contained, episodic kind of show had a time in American pop culture," says the 'Burn Notice' creator. "I wouldn't say it's past, but it's become a [broadcast] network thing." read more

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