After years of hope, stalled efforts and studio frustration, “Veronica Mars” creator Rob Thomas watched a long-held dream come to fruition in a sudden digital rush.
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Fans have been craving a “Veronica Mars” big-screen adventure ever since the cult series finished up its CW run six years ago.
The CW is reviving the fantastically fun improvisational series “Whose Line Is It Anyway?“, the network announced Friday. This time around, Aisha Tyler (co-host of CBS’s “The Talk“) will host… More
The CW has renewed “The Vampire Diaries,” “Supernatural” and “Arrow,” giving its buzziest shows early pick-ups for next season. All three supernatural dramas are high-profile for the network: the addictive… More
CW president Mark Pedowitz said the network will not move forward on “Battle Royale,” a drama about junior high students forced to kill each other that the network once explored developing. He also talked about the network’s high hopes for a considerably cheerier series, the “Sex and the City” prequel “The Carrie Diaries,” and his continued disappointment with Nielsen tracking.
Exciting news for fans of “The Vampire Diaries.” The CW is developing a potential spinoff of the series that will be introduced as an episode of “The Vampire Diaries” during… More
Once upon a time, Carrie Bradshaw was a virgin. Hard to believe. When viewers met her 15 years ago in HBO’s hit comedy “Sex and the City,” Carrie, as played by Sarah Jessica Parker, was a self-styled “sexual anthropologist” who wrote a New York newspaper column based on her ongoing “research,” ably assisted by her femship with three gal pals.
The flashback fun that is “The Carrie Diaries” is almost here, as the “Sex and the City” prequel (of sorts) gets set to premiere on January 14. The CW unveils… More
UPDATE: The CW has decided it will not order a third season of “The L.A. Complex,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. A network spokesperson confirmed Thursday that The CW is… More
Six years ago when “Gossip Girl” debuted, the economy was booming, the “one percent” were celebrated, and every twentysomething blogger fell for the smart, funny show that portrayed teen life… More