Elmo loves you. Especially if you are 36DD.
Welcome to the news, post-Oscars. We know, we know -- your worldview has shifted. It's hard to see Hugh Jackman the same way anymore. Give it time. It will pass. We recommend you watch all three X-Men films in quick succession. Do not watch Swordfish. But before you do that, here is the news. And before you ask, no, the musical is not back. But The Witches of Eastwick is, and Battlestar Galactica might be, in a bad way.
Before we get to the real news, I'd like to point out that science has still not gotten us to a place where our Tivos can detect when a show runs over its time limit. (Science also seems to be unable to get American Idol judges to be concise.) Which means that people who Tivoed Idol last night missed the entire final performance, while Fringe lovers got to kick off the new episode with a stirring rendition of "Mad World" by current favorite Adam Lambert. But since Ryan Seacrest loves you all, he posted the performance on his blog. Even if you don't watch AI, fans of Tears for Fears and/or Donnie Darko should check it out. Seriously. On to the actual news!
Welcome to the Big Damn News. Sadly, there are no Firefly morsels to be had today, although we do have news on who will be joining that show's Morena Baccarin and Party of Five's Scott Wolf in the new V TV series. Plus: we find out when Anthony Head's new series will debut, when Mischa Barton will work again and why we can't wait to see next week's Dollhouse.
In the news today: phone sex apologies, an ailing TV detective, a senseless battered woman exploitation, ridiculous nerd happenings, witchy casting news and a new Joss musical. It's a real roller-coaster of emotions, I tell you.
Hidey ho TV enthusiasts! It's Humpday! (Get your mind out of the gutter.) In today's installment of dire breaking TV-related news nonsense, we've got a funny lady, a not that funny dude, a pack of lies and some conspiracy theory scare tactics that threaten the very fiber of this fine nation of ours. See if you can figure out which is which. Cheers!
Today is an interesting news day. For starters, I have good news for Moonlight fans, even better news for Larry the Cable Guy fans, and great news for fans of A Shot at Love. I also have bad news for fans of The Hills, which is also bad news for people who aren't fans of The Hills, and is in fact bad news for everybody, everywhere, who is still alive. Plus, now you can collect all of your favoritest, most boringest American Idol stars. Ask me how!
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Chuck's new boss! Do not let Bryan Singer come anywhere near him. We don't want this thing to go south on us.
It's Cinco de Mayo, so before you go out and overindulge in Mexican food and margaritas to celebrate, check out what's going on in the TV world. And you might want to do it fast, because I'm pretty sure that the world is ending pretty damned soon, based on a couple of the stories that are swirling about today.