Looks like Chuck is absolutely, positively, unquestionably, for real over.
The same Internet that's always accused of killing ratings may actually be resurrecting cancelled shows.
Vaya con Dios Chuck and Sarah.
We've been frustrated with this last season, but there was a time when we found Chuck quite charming, so much so that we actually looked forward to each new episode. Now we're mostly glad that the show is finally ending. Here's what we've missed about the series, and what we won't once it's gone.
With the new fall season imminent, the floodgates have been opened, and all of the big shows are hitting DVD, both the U.S. hits and the U.K. headliners. Plus some shows that never made it past a season or two.
Conan O'Brien is reportedly going to announce a comedy tour, while reality shows like Dancing With the Stars, So You Think You Can Dance and American Idol have already done live shows. And Glee recently announced concert dates that include two nights at Radio City Music Hall. So why don't more TV shows head out around the country during their hiatuses for some up close and personal interactions with their fans? Heck, we think even dramas could be adapted to the live environment, with a little bit of imagination. Here's how:
Wondering what to do with the gift cards you got for the holidays? Several notable and several un-notable TV shows were released this week, some of which you need to catch up on, and some of which you totally don't.