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‘Girls’: What to Expect from ‘She Said OK’
Greetings ‘Girls’ fans! Now that we have two episodes of Season 3 under our belt — courtesy of Sunday’s back-to-back premiere — it’s time to once again delve into the world of..
Posted on: Jan 15th, 2014, 1:57 am
'True Detective': What to Expect from 'Seeing Things'
Last week, we brought you an in-depth review of the first episode of HBO's 'True Detective,' entitled 'The Long Bright Dark.' Today, we've got the scoop on what you can expect to see in this..
Posted on: Jan 15th, 2014, 1:53 am
'Fargo' Announces Premiere Date, Talks Future Seasons
There's been a lot of speculation about FX's new anthology series, 'Fargo,' over the past few months. But thanks to a recent panel during Tuesday's TCA winter press tour (via The Hollywood..
Posted on: Jan 15th, 2014, 1:32 am
Hilary Duff Joins TV Land Comedy from ‘Sex and the City’s Darren Star
With her ‘Lizzie McGuire’ days far behind her, Hilary Duff is once again stepping back onto the small screen, and this time it’s on TV Land, Deadline reports. Duff joins Broadway and..
Posted on: Jan 15th, 2014, 1:08 am
CBS Orders James Gandolfini's Passion Project 'Taxi-22' to Pilot
CBS kicked off its formal pilot season by ordering 'Taxi-22,' a single-camera comedy that had been the passion project of the late James Gandolfini. 'Taxi-22' is based on a hit French..
Posted on: Jan 15th, 2014, 1:04 am
ABC Orders Pilot from '12 Years a Slave' Writer
Amid awards seasons, a writer from one of the most acclaimed films of the year is going to be given a chance to work his craft again on the small screen. John Ridley, the writer for ’12..
Posted on: Jan 15th, 2014, 12:09 am
Primetime Ratings, Monday, 1/13/14
The big four networks engaged in an ultra rare four-way tie for the 18-49 demo crown, but ABC managed to draw the most total viewers. 'How I Met Your Mother' rose three tenths to a 3.0,..
Posted on: Jan 14th, 2014, 1:16 pm
Emmys to Split Up Awards for Miniseries, TV Movies
In a sign that it’s not only embracing the changing and ever-widening television landscape, but that it’s also willing to constantly adapt, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is..
Posted on: Jan 14th, 2014, 7:44 am