Is Aaron Sorkin trying make everyone hate him? If so: Mission (on the verge of) Accomplished.
Comic-Con -- the world's biggest geek press conference -- brought tons of insider info on all things television and film. TV and movie news? Awesome. Dressing up like any Marvel character? We'd rather not squeeze in the tights.
Community rocks the Comic-Con house.
Fans of Chuck: Your favorite blond secret agent will be playing detective alongside the gang at Miami Metro Homicide.
How many people who you know sit patiently and watch all of the commercials during a TV show? I can't think of any either, but that doesn't mean you can't up and eliminate them completely... right?
The same Internet that's always accused of killing ratings may actually be resurrecting cancelled shows.
Looks like The CW is heading back to the '80s...
Ryan Murphy is clearing moving his eggs to a different basket.
Look at Jenelle, becoming one of the most tolerable people on Teen Mom 2.
We're sick of everyone saying that Smash reminds them of Glee. The shows have very little in common, so it's just a lazy comparison that's made because both programs happen to feature musical elements. Smash is a layered show about adults in realistic situations, not adults playing teenagers in the most ridiculous high school ever. NBC's series also has serious actors (like Anjelica Huston) and (judging by the upcoming episodes we've been privy to) actually remembers its storylines from week to week and doesn't wildly change itself in order to fit the music of the week. Oh, and its original songs are truly catchy, and the less said about that time Glee went for originality, the better. Here are the other shows Smash actually resembles:
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