Fox is bringing down the House. Get it? You get it.
Tale as old as time... an ex-Smallville star books a new gig.
Today in news -- a Walking Dead shocker, a way to get your Mad Men fix, and an OC alum is coming back to TV.
With another Fourth of July upon us, it's time to celebrate our freedom, and for us TV junkies, that means freedom from crappy shows and, more specifically, certain awful characters. Some of these people were on blissfully canceled shows, while others were recently ousted from halfway decent programs. Let's toast our independence from these most dreadful creations:
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.
The secret world of Allison Mack no longer involves Kryptonite and angst. Godspeed, Chloe.
Somebody save Charlie's Angels! The classic TV series is in the process of being rebooted, with former Smallville honchos Al Gough and Miles Millar at the helm. In addition, they'll be taking over writing duties now that Sarah Connor Chronicles writer Josh Friedman has left the show. Which means the fate of the Angels will be solely decided by, not Charlie, but by the men who brought us Shanghai Noon. We'd be more worried if we hadn't already had our expectations for the series lowered by the last two Drew Barrymore Angels movies (she's an exec producer on the show, BTW). In light of Smallville and the two movies, here are some things we'd like Gough and Millar to keep in mind as they reinvigorate the franchise.
Lost is over, but there's still plenty of TV news to read. Optimism!
You know how it seemed for many years there like Smallville would outlive us all? Well, it won't.
Wow. I mean, just, wow. Smallville has been renewed for another season. To be honest, we were surprised when they greenlit this current season, so we probably shouldn't be so shocked, especially since what they've been doing seems to have worked -- the ratings are up where it counts. We're not going to hazard a guess as to whether the tenth season will be the last, but the pieces of Clark Kent's mythology have been falling into place faster and faster, so we're going to predict a few things that will most likely happen in Season 10. Of course, it's impossible to predict what this show will do, so we also wouldn't be surprised if none of these happened. Like Clark Kent himself, Smallville is a stubborn creature, and its thought processes are not always logical or even evident.