The same Italian-Americans who failed to understand the principle of reality television with Jersey Shore now fail to understand it with My Big Friggin' Wedding. Stop filming people acting like themselves, VH1! It's racist!
As sad as we are to lose Andy Whitfield from the show, Starz has narrowed down the search for Spartacus to three actors: Stephen Amell, Aiden Turner and Liam McIntyre. I have no idea who any of those people are, but one of them is about to become my favorite, most shirtless man on TV.
Warner Bros. is either tired of fielding unsolicited e-mails about it, or they legitimately want to know how you feel, because they've set up a petition e-mail address for a Veronica Mars movie. Start your typin', and enlist your friends!
Maybe Ted should reconsider Robin as a candidate for the mother. Hubba hubba!
IFC is developing eight new TV series, including an animated 30 Rock, a comedic Unusuals, a time-travelling Flight of the Conchords and a reality series about competitive beard-growers. DVR set, set, set and set.
Fox is teaming up with Jerry Bruckheimer's production company and the co-creator of Lost for a drama about a woman in the music industry in the 1980s. Expect explosive number-one hits and a completely different kind of smoke monster.
In a January episode of No Ordinary Family, Lost's Rebecca Mader ("Charlotte") will play an employee of Global Tech with her own secrets. Hope it's not that she's another ineffectual superhero.
Tim Allen is looking to Man Up in a new TV series. It must be getting tough to make that Christmas-movie money last all year round.
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