Word has it that once filming on the Facebook movie is complete, Aaron Sorkin will begin work on another TV show about the behind-the-scenes of another TV show. He's not saying what kind of TV show the series will be based on, but I'm feeling either a morning talk show or a primetime political newscast. What do you guys think?
The Primetime Emmys will be held a week early on August 29th next year. NBC gets a turn at airing the award show and will therefore not compete against Sunday Night Football. Oh, good! Now I won't have to pull a Sophie's choice that night.
NBC is launching a reality cooking competition, tentatively titled United Plates of America. The winner will launch four locations of their own restaurant chain the night of the show's finale. Ambitious much? Do you not need time to test out these restaurants first? And yes, more themed chain restaurants is just what we need here.
HBO renewed Real Time with Bill Maher for an 8th season. Liberals all across the land let out a sigh of relief, while Ann Coulter threw up in her mouth.
People are making a big deal about an Indian TV show where rich kids go to live with poor kids. They already did this in the U.S. with a spin-off of My Super Sweet 16. It was called Exiled! and all I remember is that one of the little brats was sent to live with the Massai tribe in Africa and whined about having to go to the bathroom outside, when really, she should have realized she was given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I digress, but I wish I could watch this Indian version.
G4 will air a show called Campus PD which will be about police patrolling colleges and universities. The description of the show says, "the cops on the show deal with everything from drunk driving to shoplifting to indecent exposure." I can't wait to see some entitled college kids crap their pants when they go to jail for one night (Or one hour. Or 22 minutes.) Should be fun.
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