It’s been kind of a slow day for TV news, what with most of the major Television Critics Association press tour panels having taken place, but in some cases a slow day is just the calm before the storm. That’s why we’re equally delighted, bewildered and horrified to announce that ‘The Brady Bunch’ will be gracing our TV screens once more in the near future, with a rebooted cast. Also, Vince Vaughn is behind it. Yeah, it’s that kind of day.
For those still worried about ‘The Office‘ season 9, what with its ever-diminishing array of stars following the departure of James Spader, show-runner Paul Lieberstein, Mindy Kaling, and eventually the reduced presence of both B.J. Novak and Rainn Wilson, there’s good news! In addition to a finalized deal for Clark Duke to join the series, ‘The Office’ season 9 has just picked up yet another fresh-faced regular in actor Jake Lacy. But, who will the former ‘Better With You’ star play?
Well, no real surprise here. After two tepidly received seasons that frustrated viewers and critics alike by dragging out the murder of Rosie Larsen for yet another year, AMC has decided not to move forward with a third season of Veena Sud murder-mystery ‘The Killing.’ But what does AMC have to say about the news, and is there hope for another network?
When enough stars leave a series, you’d think it might be time to throw in the towel. ‘The Office‘ doesn’t seem to be able to take the hint, but now ‘Grey’s Anatomy‘ is about to amputate its arguably most well-received leading man. No, don’t worry, Patrick Dempsey will still be around, but Seattle Grace Hospital is about to lose some serious steam when Eric Dane leaves the series for ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ season 9. But will his exit be addressed?
Huzzah, America! After being around seemingly forever, it would seem that ‘The Daily Show’ will be around quite a while longer, with its current and arguably best host to date in place. More than that, its sister show ‘The Colbert Report’ will be sticking around as well, but for how long? Does either series have a shelf life, or does Comedy Central plan to keep them around indefinitely?
Sheesh, is it that time again? Not only do we have to choose some kind of leader of the free world over the next few months, but it seems like forever since the last time we got any fresh ‘Saturday Night Live‘ scoop. Well, wait no longer! ‘SNL’ will of course be back this fall, airing not one, but two fresh election specials chronicling the media circus of the next race! But when will the specials air?
Rest easy, fans of NBC’s ‘The Office.’ As the show moves into a ninth season with a seemingly ever-changing roster, some new and some returned, one dark spot it seemed was that the perpetually vain Kelly Kapoor (Mindy Kaling) would depart, given the actress’ new FOX show. Commands to abandon ship are premature however, as Kaling isn’t gone just yet! But, with a full schedule on another network, just how long can Mindy Kaling stop by ‘The Office’ this year?
As if it isn’t a big enough shock to the system to watch heavier episodes of ‘Breaking Bad,’ followed by Bryan Cranston‘s lighter work, so too does Aaron Paul’s past body of work provide endless fodder to measure against Jesse Pinkman. We’ve already seen what happens when Jesse Pinkman craves either Corn Pops or Juicy Fruit, but how would he handle himself against Bob Barker on ‘The Price is Right?’
Well, there but for the grace of GOB go they. The 2012 Emmy nominations are out, and with them the usual squabbling over under-appreciated gems and the series that the academy seems to vomit awards upon without any inking of whether or not they deserve it. Of course, some of the nominations are well deserved, and others pleasantly surprising, so who’s causing the biggest stir among TV viewers this year?
Whether or not you followed the first season of ‘Once Upon A Time,’ you should know that the hit ABC series delves into quite a bit of classic fairy tale mythology, everything from traditional Grimm to an overload of Disney characters. Now, following the Comic-Con 2012 reveal that the Storybrooke characters could take a trip to Neverland, might someone be headed over the rainbow as well?
With the fifth (and sadly final) season of ‘Breaking Bad‘ unfolding before our very eyes and following the show’s first successful visit to Comic-Con 2012, we’re all basking in the glory of having Walter White grace our television screens once more. However, did you know that Bryan Cranston’s iconic portrayal wasn’t AMC’s first choice for the role? In fact, two Hollywood stars nearly took it, and you’ll never believe who was almost the one who knocks.
The internet has been abuzz that ‘Saturday Night Live‘ might be losing yet another cast member / writer, at least in a regular capacity, as rumors floated that ‘Weekend Update’ vet Seth Meyers might be ready to take the big job with Kelly Ripa after Regis Philbin’s retirement. Meyers has been pretty mum up until now, filling in for Regis this past week, but now the ‘SNL’ star is giving his definitive answer.
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