Something Creepy You Might Not Have Noticed in ‘The Walking Dead’

The Walking Dead has no shortage of creepy things—from tense sequences to jump scares and everything in between. But there is one element of The Walking Dead that often goes unnoticed, and it’s definitely one of the creepiest things of the show, once you know how to pay attention to it. The creep factor? The Read more about Something Creepy You Might Not Have Noticed in ‘The Walking Dead’[…]

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3 Great Easter Eggs from Fox’s Gotham Premiere

Fox’s Gotham tackles the prequel story to the ever-popular Batman franchise; rather than focusing on the deeds of the bat-caped crusader, Gotham will instead focus on a young James Gordon (yes, the future Commissioner of Gotham!) as he navigates the dark, seedy and corrupt world of Gotham City. Gordon’s first big case is, naturally, the Read more about 3 Great Easter Eggs from Fox’s Gotham Premiere[…]

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New fall show for NBC: State of Affairs

Among its new shows this fall, NBC is premiering a political-thriller/drama called State of Affairs. The show has an impressive cast that includes Katherine Heigl, Alfre Woodard, and Adam Kaufman. Heigl will undoubtedly be the show’s big draw. She stars as a CIA analyst named Charleston Tucker who has the weighty responsibility of putting together Read more about New fall show for NBC: State of Affairs[…]

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Everybody’s favorite new show: Orange is the New Black

Orange is the New Black, the surprise hit series on Netflix, picked up twelve nominations at the Emmy Awards last month in a wide range of categories: Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Writing, and Outstanding Lead Actress. The latter Emmy nod went to Taylor Schilling, who starts in the cutting-edge show as Piper Chapman, an upper-middle-class Read more about Everybody’s favorite new show: Orange is the New Black[…]

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Moviemaker Steven Soderbergh directs new TV drama The Knick

He’s known for critically acclaimed features films like Magic Mike; Traffic; Sex, Lies, and Videotape; and Erin Brockovich, but director and cinematographer Steven Soderbergh is now forging a reputation for himself through a new medium: TV. In 2013, Soderbergh’s made-for-TV movie Behind the Candelabra: My Life with Liberace appeared on HBO, proving a hit with Read more about Moviemaker Steven Soderbergh directs new TV drama The Knick[…]

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The Voice returns for seventh season on NBC

One of TV’s hottest reality shows, The Voice, returns this month, offering singers from around the country a chance to make it big—or bomb. This is the seventh season for the high-stakes vocal competition series that boasts a cast of famous coaches who—along with fans watching at home—decide which contestants make the cut and which Read more about The Voice returns for seventh season on NBC[…]

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Why The “Unauthorized” Saved By the Bell TV Movie Was a Ratings Flop

Lifetime was probably expecting huge ratings numbers with their recent TV film, the Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story. Lifetime had recently enjoyed success with other scandalous films, including the two TV films based on the V.C. Andrews “Flowers in the Attic” series. But the show garnered barely 1.1 million viewers from the 18-40 demographic, Read more about Why The “Unauthorized” Saved By the Bell TV Movie Was a Ratings Flop[…]

The Pros and Cons of a Potential Full House Revival

Fans of the original Full House series were no doubt bursting with joy with the recent announcement that a potential Full House revival series was in the works was published. The show was very popular in its heyday and is responsible for the careers of several actors and actresses. But is a Full House revival Read more about The Pros and Cons of a Potential Full House Revival[…]

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