Cartoon Network primarily is working two angles when it comes to its original programming–wacky, absurdist shows bordering on nonsensical (Uncle Grandpa, Teen Titans Go!) and weird-but-deeply-impactful shows (Adventure Time, Regular Show, Steven Universe). Show More Summary
The CW is always looking for outside-the-box premises for shows and this time the network has definitely hit the nail on the head in terms of weirdness. On Wednesday, we learned that the CW wants to produce a much different version of the famous Louisa May Alcott.Click To Continue Reading
America’s anchors have spoken: the shooting of one lion vastly outweighs the trafficking of baby parts by a taxpayer-funded abortion giant. In other words, the broadcast news shows spent more time in one day on Cecil the Lion than they did on the Planned Parenthood videos in two weeks. The three broadcast networks, ABC, NBC […]
It took 13 years for "BattleBots" to return to TV. And this time, the show got a bit of an upgrade from its previous cable home, Comedy Central, to broadcast network, ABC. Only the right combination of cultural movements and people could bring the robotic fighting challenge back to the small screen. Show More Summary
The UFC will air on the Fox network for the 16th time this Saturday, July 25. The aptly named UFC on Fox 16 event will happen in Chicago and gets underway at 4:15 p.m. ET. Headlining the show are bantamweights T.J. Dillashaw and Renan Barao. Show More Summary
With half-hour tentpoles a rare commodity on NBC these days, the network has started to treat its few half-hour comedy series like hourlong ones, often slotting them in one-hour time periods with back-to-back episodes. The strategy worked last summer for Undateable, whose promising freshman run led to a second-season order. Show More Summary
Teresa Giudice is rumored to be returning to Bravo next year, as she will be filming the next season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey. The network has placed a hold on the show, as Teresa is serving her time. Many fans thought the...Show More Summary
Is there a time when Bob Uecker isn’t funny on television? The Hall of Fame Milwaukee Brewers announcer appeared Tuesday on MLB Network’s Intentional Talk and brought his usual humorous self to the show. Among the highlights of the interview: Saying he called play-by-play for slow-pitch softball at a senior center. Show More Summary
A well-placed source tells me MSNBC will soon announce major changes to its afternoon lineup...arguably the most significant revamp the network has made at one time in its 19-year history. Out: The Cycle at 3:00 PM Alex Wagner at 4:00 PM. Ed Schultz at 5:00 PM (all times eastern).
The New York Times When ESPN announced that Bill Simmons would be leaving the network, speculation on his future job prospects were rampant. Some speculated he would join Fox Sports. Some floated Turner Sports as a possible destination. Show More Summary
Next week we’ll have our Bachelorette finale. Thank god, because it’s getting incredibly boring over there on network TV. And while that’s a merciless recap for quite literally another show and another time, things on UnREAL, Lifetime’s Bachelor-inspired breakout hit of the summer, are only getting more interesting. If only... More »
Every time Paul Rudd visits Conan O'Brien, no matter what show on what network, instead of showing a clip of his movie he shows the same clip of the terrible 80s movie Mac & Me! But, as Coco pointed out when he stopped by the show on Thursday, this time he's in a big time Marvel [...]
The ABC Television Network spotlights the creative forces and stars from some of its most exciting shows at D23 EXPO 2015, with exclusive Q&As and autograph sessions. “Once Upon a Time” panel features series creators/executive producers...Show More Summary
ESPN took no time handing out the award for “best fighter” at the 2015 ESPYs on Wednesday. The network didn’t even wait for the show to start to give the award to UFC champion Ronda Rousey, who accepted it on the red carpet. Her winning over Floyd Mayweather, who beat Manny Pacquiao in the highest-grossing […]
Andy Cohen is messy. We know this. Time magazine called "playing with fire every night" the "appeal of Cohen's brand." It's why so many tune into the highly-rated shows he hosts for the Bravo network. That said, he got too messy labeling...Show More Summary
Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim television show Robot Chicken visits the DC Universe for the third time in a new trailer for their next DC Comics crossover, Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 3: Magical Friendship. It is currently set to air on Adult Swim this fall.
Patti Stanger became famous for being the Millionaire Matchmaker on Bravo. It appears she believes it’s time to go to another network. Patti Stanger has announced that she won’t be bringing her Millionaire Matchmaker show back to Bravo...Show More Summary
Sun rises; sun sets; Keith Olbermann departs another cable-TV network. ESPN announced in a statement yesterday that the broadcaster’s time at the Worldwide Leader in Sports is once again coming to an end. "While the show's content was distinctive and extremely high quality, we ultimately made a business decision to move... More »
Sports commentator Keith Olbermann's ESPN2 show, "Olbermann," is ending this month, the network announced Wednesday.
Keith "One Time" Thurman (25-0, 21 KO) will help kick off the Premier Boxing Champions series on ESPN on Saturday night. PBC is replacing network staple Friday Night Fights, and Saturday's show is the debut of the new brand. The 26-year-old is on the cusp of stardom. Show More Summary