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Friday night TV you SHOULD stay in to watch

By | Nov 1, 2013

Ten years ago, if you put a show in a Friday night primetime slot, you would have been giving it a death sentence.

Attack coverage shifts regular programming

By | Apr 16, 2013

The Boston Marathon bombing yesterday interferes with nightly programming. Out of all the Big Four networks, ABC, FOX and CBS chose to continue with their regularly scheduled programming. NBC chose to pull its new episode of “Revolution,” a show about a war-torn world where people fight for energy. Many have frowned upon NBC’s decision, especially…

Is Netflix expecting ‘Arrested Development’ to bomb?

By | Feb 27, 2013

It was announced this morning that Ben Stiller would be reprising his role on “Arrested Development.” Stiller plays Tony Wonder on the cult comedy, a fellow magician and rival for Gob. While great news for “Arrested Development” fans, this is just one more celebrity in an already star-studded season. Previously announced guest stars include Kristen…

The saddest ‘Revenge’ yet?

By | Feb 18, 2013

Last night on ABC’s ‘Revenge,’ a long loved and loathed character was killed off. If you watch ‘Revenge’ and haven’t seen the episode yet – spoiler alert! Amanda Clarke, the original Emily Thorne, was murdered by Jack Ryan last night on the popular ABC soap. Whether you liked her or hated her, you have to…

G4 vs. The Esquire Channel?

By | Feb 12, 2013

It was officially announced early this morning that G4 – a channel known for its gaming focus – it officially being rebranded by NBCUniversal and Hearst Magazines as the “Esquire Channel.”  While understandable due to G4’s overall low ratings, the decision has received a lot of backlash from viewers. The Esquire Channel has already acquired…

“New Girl” takes a giant step

By | Jan 30, 2013

For anyone who watches “New Girl” but didn’t catch last night’s episode, I recommend you stop reading here.  Spoilers ahead! Many viewers get irritated when the romance of two main characters is drawn out for season after season after season. If you were worried about “New Girl” following that trend, then last night’s episode was…

Girl meets public: Star of “Girl Meets World” gets cast

By | Jan 29, 2013

The buzz about Disney Channel’s upcoming “Boy Meets World” sequel “Girl Meets World” hasn’t died yet. After a nationwide casting search, the nineties spinoff has found its “Girl.”  Having credits in both “The Back-up Plan” and the fourth “Spy Kids” film, 11-year-old Rowan Blanchard has been given the title role. This is great news -…

Top 5 holiday TV specials

By | Dec 17, 2012

Many are finally getting the chance to enjoy the holidays, and what better way to celebrate than by lounging on the couch watching a December-only TV event? Here are five of my favorite holiday specials you can catch on your television. 1. “Year Without a Santa Claus” I wouldn’t go so far as to say…

Annual List of “Power Women in Entertainment” Released

By | Dec 5, 2012

“The Hollywood Reporter” has released its annual list of the top 100 women in the entertainment industry. On the 21st edition of the list, released this morning, five of the top ten spots are held by women who work in television. Topping the list for the third year in a row is Anne Sweeney. She…

“Girl Meets World” gets its “Boy” back

By | Nov 28, 2012

The upcoming “Boy Meets World” sequel “Girl Meets World” plans have been viral for a while now, but news broke this week that the main couple from the “Boy Meets World” are officially signed on to “Girl Meets World” — making it sound more and more promising. Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel, who respectively played Cory…

The End of Bieber Fever

By | Nov 26, 2012

Last night, Justin Bieber performed during the half-time show of the 100th Grey Cup in Toronto, Canada. Maybe it was because he wasn’t performing to his usual crowd of preteen girls, but when Beiber asked the crowd to make some noise, he got something he wasn’t expecting. Boos. Outwardly, Bieber didn’t react, but he had…

R.I.P. “ABDC”

By | Nov 12, 2012

MTV seems to be cutting back on its reality programming. First, the network cancelled popular show “Jersey Shore” and now, “America’s Best Dance Crew” has been cancelled The show ran for seven seasons and was produced by Randy Jackson, a music producer best known for his role as an “American Idol” judge. Instead of Jackson,…