"Siri -- confirm that I really do have the moves like Jagger."
There's a potential resurrection in the works for Pushing Daisies.
We're down one more veteran Housewife. How will she ever be replac... wait who are we kidding? You know Bravo's got a warehouse of 'em somewhere.
Go to Disneyland with this crew? We'd rather stay at home.
We may be tired of Supernatural, but we'll never say no to a reunion.
Prepare yourself for many a monologue about the industry...
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.
Simon Cowell: Master Chef?
DC Comics recently announced that they were going to restart their legendary titles with new issue No. 1's, in addition to giving legendary characters a more contemporary look and streamlined histories in order to appeal to potential readers who've been intimidated by decades of convoluted continuity. The news has caused a justifiably huge stir in the comic book blogosphere (as has the parallel announcement of day-and-date digital downloads), but for us, the most interesting question was: could this work for television shows? Here are the current (or recently concluded) series that we think are most in need of a DC-style reboot: