Buh-bye Gilly, you sick freak.
Good news everyone! This week's light list of new releases includes more Futurama on DVD.
Hell hath frozen over.
OMG more Hellcats!
NBC is going to the White House.
When Brian Austin Green wisely backed out of a lucrative One Tree Hill guest stint because the internet made fun of it, I was so relieved. I know One Tree Hill has a devoted fanbase, but my god, that show is hilariously horrible, and BAG just proved himself as a very capable actor on Terminator (no really! He did!). He deserves better material than that. Which is why it struck me as odd that he just turned around and accepted a job on Smallville, a show that is not as bad as One Tree Hill, but still a show he shouldn't be doing. He's only signed up for two episodes so far, so it's not like he's on board for life, but I worry that he'll get suckered into more for the easy money, when he could be making just as easy money on a better show that won't be as damaging to his career. So, BAG, if you're reading this, here are some other shows you should send your resume to the minute you're done with those two Smallville eps.
Some sad news today for Kung Fu fans, but some great news for Hell's Kitchen fans and pervs, so it's not all bad.
It was a tough day when we found out that Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles is on the verge of getting axed because not enough people are watching it. Quality-wise, there are way worse shows on TV that deserve to get cut first. We're celebrating the timely demise of Do Not Disturb (although it's still baffling how it got on the air in the first place), but here are some others that should hit the road... and fast.
We can't help but feel a little bad for Katie Cassidy at the moment. She was the best thing on The CW, and they knew it, so they delayed officially canceling Melrose Place until after pilot season, essentially leaving her trapped on the network until next year's pilot casting rounds. And as such, she'll be guesting on Gossip Girl this fall, playing a love interest for Nate. Great -- we know what a fantastic opportunity that turned out to be for Joanna Garcia last season. Nothing like showing up on an established show past its prime to form an annoying new love triangle (I know he and Serena are done, but I know this show, so I know they are never going to be done) -- just ask Melissa George how awesome it is! So it sucks, and it just made me think of other, possibly worse ways the CW could have stuck it to Ms. Cassidy for (allegedly!) trying to leave the network last spring. You know they at least considered all of these at some point.
To help both shows expand their audiences a little bit, The CW will be sending two characters from One Tree Hill (Haley and Mia, if you care) to the Life Unexpected-verse for one episode this fall. While we don't watch One Tree Hill and have plenty of issues with Life Unexpected, this idea intrigued us. Here are ten other CW crossovers that we actually would watch.