It's finally time for one of the judges to leave the runway.
The upfronts are over. Time to start speculating about Glee's future again!
Today we've got crime, gluttony, paranormal disease, and...troopers and loggers! Party!
More work for former Panthers!
Billy Ray Cyrus will make a guest appearance on The View. This is a fantastic blood bath waiting to go down...
Horror and fantasy author Stephen King has seen many of his books turned into movies and mini-series over the years, but only one regular TV series (The Dead Zone). John Smith is alone no longer -- Syfy has ordered 13 episodes of Haven, a series based on King's The Colorado Kid, about newspaper reporters discussing an unsolved mystery in Maine. We'd be excited, except... The Colorado Kid? Not only is it a minor work with no real plot to speak of, it also seems to have little in common with Haven, which involves an FBI agent assigned to a town populated by people who are cursed. Basically, it's been turned into an average Syfy series -- call it Eureka Sanctuary Warehouse Town. While we'll still watch it, we couldn't help but think of more prominent King works (as well as a few more hook-y short stories) that might make for more interesting TV. Here are ten we'd love to see.