Hell hath no fury like an angry former child actor who hates his own show.
Girls! Girls! Girls!
Look what ol' Sandy dragged in.
Today's news is dedicated to Les Moonves's loose lips.
A ratings-machine Real Housewives series may lack a certain criminal factor next season, as the devious Danielle Staub may not be back to wreak havoc on New Jersey (well, at least not on-air). But there's better news for people with a grasp on reality in today's news...
As many of you know, over the weekend Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert took their corresponding acts to D.C., in a joint televised three-hour, commercial break-free Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear on the Washington Mall. Naturally, people are talking about it today, and since we are people too, let's discuss the highs and lows of the event.
Americans watched a lot of TV in 2010, and Fox has bought (another) blue-collar comedy from Curb Your Enthusiasm's J.B. Smoove. Today's news lacks any and all surprises...
Looks like we'll get to see how revenge is served for a little longer.
No real big news stories today. Oh, what's that? You heard that nominations for some fancy (but not soul-suckingly pretentious! Looking at you, Oscars) awards show were announced this morning? And that they actually kind of, dare we say it -- made sense? Well aren't you on top of things. Here's our take on it. On to other must-knows of the day, including an imminent farewell to Mr. Jack Donaghy, a permanent place in TV Land (and our receptive hearts) for Betty White, and a questionable but lucrative stint in rehab for notorious kidnappee Jeremy London.
Poor CBS with its lackluster comedy lineup. They should rename themselves UFBS for UnFunniest Broadcasting System. That's right, I said it. One hilarious show (HIMYM) ain't enough to make up for the stinkers like Worst Week and Gary Unmarried. I know, the truth hurts. BUT reports that hilar-ville Daily Show news correspondent Samantha Bee and her hubby, the less-funny but still comparatively giggle-inducing Jason Jones (who also appears on The Daily Show from time to time) are developing a comedy series for the network that is sure to have you (me) in stitches. The yet-to-be-titled show is said to focus on the life and times of a celebrity chef and the underlings who pander to his needs. JJ will play said chef and Bee will be one of his underlings. I smell an Emmy! And a divorce!