A bunch of DVDs were released this week that only super-fans of the shows will probably care about, but that non-fans should probably check out anyway, just so they can see what they're missing.
There's a lot going on in today's TV news, but if you just want to feel slightly frustrated and roll your eyes in annoyance, feel free to scroll on down to the last headline.
You know who's free at last? T.R. Knight. For real this time! And that paragon of investigative journalism Perez Hilton is claiming there's going to be a Buffy animated series, which means it must be Thursday.
Reality shows, drama shows and remakes galore! (OK, there's only one remake mentioned in today's news.) Two TV stars (one reality, one drama) are starring in an 1984 remake, and one possible reality TV show is in the talks, to be hosted by an unlikely couple. Confused yet? Keep reading.
I would say the round up of news is pretty heavy with drama for a Wednesday. Here we have a spy thriller on the rise, the potential downfall of a marriage, and a conservative housewife turned cougar. Things are looking up to what I thought would be a boring mid-week day.
Good news, everyone! A show has been canceled and un-canceled, another has been re-titled, another remade, and a book adapted! That last one might not be such good news, but we remain ever optimistic! O frabjous day! Callooh callay!
It's the middle of summer, and for some, season premieres are only weeks away. So here's an update on guest stars (ahem, a certain former Disney tween sensation), new directors, possibly a new talk show with a certain ex-governor, and future TV shows.
In response to some rumors to the contrary, TLC has announced that they have no plans to include Jon Gosselin's alleged girlfriend Deanna Hummel in future episodes of Jon & Kate Plus 8, pretty much just to spare us the grossness of it all, which is awfully kind of them. Other shows should be that considerate. Here are a few suggestions for reality stars we wouldn't mind seeing relegated to behind-the-scenes-only action on our favorite shows from now on.
It's another one of those sad days. On the plus side, I can be the one billionth blogger today to say "heaven just got another angel" with zero irony.
Leighton Meester might have done a dumb thing before she got famous, Jon and Kate are not making empty threats, and even Lauren Conrad says The Hills is fake.