FOX ROCKS – special music themed week of programming

April 7th, 2010

A large chunk of FOX’s primetime lineup will participate in a special music themed week of programming running from Thursday 4/29 to Wednesday May 5. Episodes of Bones, Fringe, House, Glee, The Simpsons, The Cleveland Show, Family Guy, The Wanda Sykes Show, and American Idol will all air special episodes for the event (including a semi-musical episode of Fringe… interesting).

Glee preview screenings for charity

March 29th, 2010

Next week, FOX will be holding special sneak preview screenings of the spring premiere episode of Glee. 100% of the ticket revenue will be given to the Grammy Foundation’s GRAMMY in the Schools, a program that strives to bring music education to kids. Screenings will be held in a bunch of markets including NY… but they’re not showing it in LA… what the heck is up with that?!

Get your tickets here:

Tickets For Charity

24 officially cancelled

March 27th, 2010

Following the conclusion of this season, 24 will be no more. FOX confirmed the weeks long speculation about the show to the press earlier today, stating that Jack Bauer is done in TV but will likely hit the big screen in a movie sometime hopefully soon.

WWE Smackdown leaving Network TV?

March 27th, 2010

Word on the street is that WWE is looking to move Friday Night Smackdown off of My Network TV this fall and on to aq yet to be named cable network. My guess would be USA.

Watch Prep & Landing

December 9th, 2009

Check out Disney’s holiday special about the elite crew of elves who get houses ready for Santa’s arrival called Prep & Landing.

It’s damn good and not very long… so enjoy:

Idina Menzel joining Glee!

December 9th, 2009


Idina Menzel is the shit… she originated the roles of Elphaba in Wicked and Maureen in Rent and now she’ll be joining the cast of the best damn show in the world, Glee.

It is believed that Idina will appear in all 9 remaining episodes of this season as the coach of New Direction’s biggest competition, Vocal Adrenaline.

According to the article I read, Idina and Lea Michelle are supposedly friends and they respect each other and blah blah blah… which is of course all bullshit as these two most likely wish swine flu upon each other in their quest to obtain the crown of undisputed queen of Broadway.

Glee gone until when?

November 26th, 2009

Following Glee’s 12/9 finale, the show will go on hiatus until APRIL 13!!! How much does that suck?!

Via Futon Critic

CW announces prem date for Life UneXpected

November 10th, 2009


A show that looked really good at the upfront and I really want to watch called Life UneXpected has a premiere date. The CW will air the show in Gossip Girl’s Monday @ 9p timeslot beginning on 1/18. In the spring, the series will move up an hour into the One Tree Hill 8p timeslot. The thought by CW is to have originals run on Mondays throughout the end of the season and UneXpected will hold Gossip and Hill’s spots when they need to go on hiatus.

ABC kills some stuff and extends something else

November 10th, 2009

Here’s a quick rundown of the happenings at ABC:

- Eastwick will be done after its 13 episodes have run. That means there are only 6 episodes left to air.

- The plug has already been pulled on Let’s Dance… even though it wasn’t even scheduled to air until 11/23. The series will be replaced on Monday nights by the tear-jerker Find My Family, a reality series about people desperate to find a lost relative or friend. The network apparently ran into problems casting the reality dance series that was set to be hosted by Kathy Griffin. PR people are now back-tracking and claim the show isn’t “dead” and may make its debut mid-season or in Summer 2010.

- The Forgotten has been given a 5 episode extension, bringing it up to an 18 episode freshman season.

via THR

Advocates bitching about Glee

November 10th, 2009


It tomorrow’s episode of Glee (which I already saw and it rocked my damn socks), there’s a whole lot of stuff about wheelchairs and disabilities. Activists for people with disabilities have picked this episode as the perfect time to start complaining that the actor that portrays Artie (the kid in the wheelchair) isn’t really handicapped (I must say that I saw that actor on Monday night in Hollywood and it really freaked me out to see him sans wheels).

Activists complain that there are plenty of wheelchair-bound actors out there who should’ve gotten the job before Kevin McHale. Glee producers claim that they auditioned people in wheelchairs for the role but couldn’t find anyone as talented as Kevin McHale. (I’m glad they didn’t just give the role to a less talented person just because he was in a wheelchair in real life… I have a feeling that’s what they did on Breaking Bad with the horrifically terrible kid who plays the son and it has totally detracted from the quality of the show)

via THR

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