The set of Community is getting pretty tense for a sitcom that has a monkey named after a character's breasts.
If you found previous versions of King Arthur/Camelot lore lacking in salaciousness, naked breasts and full-on shape-shifting rape, this just might be the version of Camelot for you. Of course, I prefer the one with some singing but hey, to each their own. The dialogue here is laughable, the costumes are ridiculous and the acting is totally over the top. In other words, just another quality program from Starz. At least Spartacus had the decency to be good and bloody; this one doesn't have its first battle until at least halfway through the premiere episode, and even then it's only a brief sword fight. It wasn't until the very end that we got a halfway decent gory shot. Disappointing.
Some of your favorite '80s TV shows you watched growing up are out on DVD today. Or, you could watch Timothy Olyphant beat the crap out of everyone in Kentucky.
Can't wait for the new Harry Potter movie? Why not go back in time to the days when muggles were an endangered species? Why not go back to... Camelot!
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.