Articles tagged "tv"

  1. “Dancing with the Stars” Could Take a Few Tips from Danny Castellano

    Treva Bowdoin

    America showed its love for bad dancing when it gave Alfonso Ribeiro a perfect 10 for performing “The Carlton” on “Dancing with the Stars.” Ribeiro’s notorious “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”…

  2. Six Spooky Halloween TV Specials You Can’t Miss

    Treva Bowdoin

    Fall isn’t just the season for new TV series and pumpkin spice lattes — it’s also that wonderful time of the year when networks give us spooktacular Halloween TV specials….

  3. What Happened to Boxee TV?

    Jess Hutton


    Ever heard of Boxee TV? If so, you may remember its brief claim to fame in the video streaming market. And if not, you’re not alone. Although Boxee did see…

  4. Grumpy Cat lands Christmas Special on Lifetime Titled “Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever”

    Lindsay Cronin

    Following in the footsteps of The Grinch, Grumpy Cat will soon be bringing her signature looks of misery and discomfort to Christmas in “Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever.” The special,…

  5. 5 Comic Book Adaptations to Look Forward To This Fall

    Treva Bowdoin

    Will comic book adaptations become network TV superheroes when they start swooping in this fall? After the success of “The Walking Dead” and “Arrow,” it should come as no surprise…

  6. EXCLUSIVE: Exec. Producers Say “Gang Related” Will Change How People View The Police


    Executive producers Scott Rosenbaum and Chris Morgan, as well as Director Allen Hughes sat down to discuss how their show “Gang Related” will change the way people not only view…

  7. NBC’s Fall TV Schedule: Familiar Funny Female Faces to Watch For

    Treva Bowdoin

    Krysten Ritter

    NBC hopes that a few queens of comedy can help it reclaim its title as TV’s comedy king. The network is welcoming a flock of funny female stars to its…

  8. Kiefer Sutherland: “It wasn’t a question of whether or not “24” was coming back … but when”


    “24: Live Another Day” staring Kiefer Sutherland is a thrilling new event series set to restart the ticking clock on the groundbreaking and Emmy Award-winning drama “24.” The high-octane saga…

  9. More Channels Means Higher Quality Shared Experiences

    John Dilley

    It used to be that the biggest shows on television were national events, cultural experiences shared by everyone with a television set. That’s because those sets could only pick up…

  10. Is The CW Network the Reason Teens are Reading Again?

    Ryann Rasmussen

    It feels like people will do anything to get teens to read these days. We’ve seen an upsurge in book-based media recently, specifically through the CW network. Stories range from…