The AMC portion of the TCA press tour started with some news about the network’s highest-rated show, “The Walking Dead.” The zombie drama will be getting a sixteen-episode third season,… More
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If you wanted to know what one of the more infamously jilted contestants from “The Bachelor” is doing these days, Ryan Seacrest and the folks at CMT are going to… More
It’s good to be famous sometimes. Just ask Julia Louis-Dreyfus. When she was researching how to play a frustrated Vice President of the United States in her new HBO series… More
Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant took some time out from rehearsing for Gervais’ Golden Globes hosting gig to present their new HBO show “Life’s Too Short” to television critics this… More
Prior to HBO’s presentation at the Television Critics Association winter press tour, they released some premiere date news about a few of their series and movies. The date that’s most… More
But there was one fun piece of “Mike & Molly” news at the TCAs this morning: After a season of exploring Mike (Billy Gardell) and Molly’s relationship after getting engaged, the show’s creator, Mark Roberts, told the critics that the pair will likely get married sometime in May.
Matthew Morrison has been talking about the “Glee” proposal in various interviews, saying that it will involve his character, Will Schuester, and the ever-so-meticulous Emma Pillsbury (Jayma Mays). And he’s promised it will be big, as he mentioned at the FOX Winter TCA All-Star Party last night.
“American Idol” is still tops, but it’s no longer the only singing competition show around. And while the “Idol” judges and producers pulled their punches when TV critics asked them about their FOX-mates at “The X Factor”, they got a little bit defensive when the subject came around to “The Voice.”
It’s long been assumed that “House” would likely end after its eighth season was over this spring, but there was always an opening for it to continue. FOX entertainment honcho… More
According to FOX entertainment president Kevin Reilly, there will be no “Glee” spin-off, but the seniors will graduate and stick around. That includes Lea Michele, whom he confirmed will return.