If you’re not watching “BrainDead” on CBS you’re missing not only one of the most wonderfully unique shows of the summer, but one of the most truly bizarre network comedies in some time. In a time where viewers’ minds are occupied with an upcoming presidential election, “BrainDead” centers on a Washington, D.C. being overthrown by […]
Summary: If there was a meme Olympics, this might get the gold medal. Media network Cycle’s clip showing U.S. gymnast Simone Biles starting a tumbling routine that takes her “all the way up” into outer space is oneShow More Summary
Who told Donald Trump this was a good idea?! Inexplicably this morning, The Donald decided it was the perfect time to wage a wild Twitter war with a morning talk show on a cable TV network — and this, just days after shaking up his campaign staff in order to stay on message for the election! Related: [...]
Once upon a time, things were so simple. There were 3 major television networks and dozens of new shows premiering with great fanfare every fall. Some would be crowned successful (renewed!) some would not (canceled!), we’d get a summer of reruns … and then the whole circle of life would begin again. Over the last […]
It may seem like odd timing given the scandalous conclusion to swimmer Ryan Lochte’s visit to Rio, but Esquire Network announced that it will air a marathon tonight of the reality show “What Would Ryan Lochte Do?” The show premiered...
On Monday, Comedy Central announced its decision to abruptly cancel “The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.” Kent Alterman, the network’s president, told the New York Times that the show, after a season and a half on the air, “hadn’t resonated”...Show More Summary
Today, GameMill Entertainment announced that this November will see the release of Cartoon Network Battle Crashers, a side-scrolling multiplayer action game featuring the stars of Adventure Time, Regular Show, Steven Universe and more, which will finally allow Steven to realize his potential as the Mike Haggar of the 21st Century. Continue reading…
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Thursday, August 18. All times are Eastern. Top picks Steven Universe (Cartoon Network, 7 p.m.): Having survived the gauntlet that was the Summer Of Steven (a.k.a. reviewing 21 episodes in 26 days), Eric Thurm finally returns to a leisurely schedule of once-a-week Steven Universe reviews. Show More Summary
It’s Steven Universe meets Adventure Time meets The Amazing World of Gumball meets The Regular Show meets Clarence meets Uncle Grandpa. Basically Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers is a whole lot of meeting followed by a whole lot of hitting. Read more...
After failing to find time to report the corruption conviction of Democratic Party “rising star” Kathleen Kane during their hours long morning shows Tuesday, the “Big Three” networks ABC, CBS,and NBC still couldn’t find the time to inform the public that same evening. Show More Summary
Comedy Central has canceled Larry Wilmore’s late-night talk show “The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore.” The network’s president, Kent Alterman, told the New York Times that the show “hasn’t resonated.” “The Nightly Show” launched in January 2015 as a replacement for “The Colbert Report” in the 11:30 p.m. Show More Summary
Washington Post points out that that is less time that network stalwart Bill O'Reilly has spent criticizing Black Lives Matter on his nightly show over his last few nights alone.
A long time ago, NBC had hit shows and wasn't a garbage bag full of balut. The network had good shows, like ER. The medical drama ran for 14 seasons, ending in 2009. Over that span of time, it employed...
For a long time, the CW was known as the network full of beautiful people in high school, but now it's more like the network of beautiful people in tights. At a Television Critics Association panel today, the network announced plans to expand its superhero offerings with a new animated ... More »
Rugrats was on the air for a long time, but a lot of our favorite episodes come from the show's initial 65-episode run on the network. There was one plotline in particular that was eventually explored later on in Rugrats' run but was initially totally vetoed by the network.
John Landgraf, chief of FX Networks, predicted a record year for scripted TV, but worried that viewers were having a hard time choosing what to watch.
Netflix's new show "Stranger Things" is a massive hit, charming critics, viewers, and Wall Street analysts alike. But it wasn't always clear that it was going to be a success, according to its creators Matt and Ross Duffer. The show,...Show More Summary
Can I just say how much I love stories like these: Stranger Things was rejected 15 to 20 times by various networks before getting accepted by Netlix 5 Great Shows That HBO Passed On Why AMC and FX have HBO to thank for their hit shows The show wasn’t an easy sell. Other networks passed […]
ESPN’s marquee fantasy sports voice won’t be going away any time soon. The network announced Thursday that Matthew Berry, who writes a fantasy column, hosts a fantasy podcast and appears on a fantasy show, has been extended through 2021. Show More Summary
LONDON — It's only been a week since the UK's Channel 4 began showing Naked Attraction, the nude dating show that's drummed up so much conversation online, but the network may already have gone and surpassed itself. SEE ALSO: The 10 best weed strains to wake 'n' bake The video above is from a new show called A Granny's Guide to the Modern World. Show More Summary