Articles in the TV News Category
In a turn for the weird, William H. Macy has revealed that he used to babysit Joan Cusack, his costar in Shameless. And now they’re going to bump uglies onscreen for the Showtime series. Poor Joan, it’s bad enough that you have a creepy guy hovering over you. But now you have to do it with someone you’re basically related to.
And they’re more than willing to share that fact with you in SNL’s latest digital short with Akon, who is interchangeable with T-Pain it seems. They offer us their enthusiasm over some girls wanting to have sex with them. Those girls just happen to be Jessica Alba and Blake Lively.
Heather Morris might be rumored to play the next Whedon-less Buffy. Morris is known for her role as Brittany on Glee and the white girl “Single Ladies” backup-dancer for Beyonce. While the rumor is still in the air, Morris might not be the perfect girl for the role, but we wouldn’t mind in the slightest.
I always wondered how it felt for someone in Jim Carrey’s position to host a show like Saturday Night Live. He hosted before in 1996, but my inquiry stays the same. What does it feel like for a talented to “In Living Color” alum to host the show of the competition. Granted, it’s more than a decade later, but when we were young, the rivalry felt real.
Everyone knows that a Friday night is where you send a show to die, especially on Fox. Well Fox has taken this fact and flipped it into one very proud and unconvincing promo for the sci-fi drama, Fringe. Watch the video try to sell us on Freaky Friday.
…And hilarity ensues. Adam Quigley, blogger for /film and AlwaysWatching, posted an observational tweet that involved Alison Brie and her accidental upskirt that occurred in this season’s Halloween episode of Community. He posted the tweet, it went into the wild, and he was convinced that none of it would actually reach Ms. Brie.
There’s nothing more that Americans love than their violent fantasies acted out on screen, which is why, in my opinion, The Walking Dead has experienced its runaway success despite its plot holes and its blatant copying of LOST. Sometimes, you’re just waiting in between all the talking for the next zombie kill. You’re in luck because someone compiled all the zombie kills in season one.
Or is it I couldn’t care less? It doesn’t matter. The awards are happening and I’m overwhelmingly ‘meh’ about it (oxymoron, I’m aware). It’s enough for me to get riled up when the Oscars nominate anything and get it wrong. The last thing I need is to get my blood boiling over the Golden Globes, an award show that the industry hardly pays attention to.
A&E follows months of bad decisions with one swift good one. They have cancelled David Hasselhoff’s reality TV series, The Hasselhoffs, after 2 episodes. Poor ratings are mainly to blame. It sucks that the execs can cancel this show, but they can’t fire themselves for airing it. They’re just doing their job half-assed.
Here’s my attempt at keeping this show alive long after it has past. The Wire alignment chart shows all of us where some of the key character stand on the Dungeons and Dragons scale. I’m surprised that someone could pull this off considering that there are so many character in that show. Obviously missing: Calvin “Boadie” Broadus.