7 items from 2013
It's got a crazy premise but The Neighbors has a great timeslot. Will it be cancelled because of low ratings or could it actually survive to see a second season? We shall see.
The first season of The Neighbors typically airs Wednesday nights at 8:30pm on the ABC network. The sitcom's cast includes Lenny Venito, Jami Gertz, Clara Mamet, Max Charles, Isabella Cramp, Simon Templeman, Toks Olagundoye, Ian Patrick, and Tim Jo.
Below are the TV show's ratings for the 2012-13 season, the best way to tell if The Neighbors is going to be cancelled or renewed for a second season.
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Update: It was initially reported that ABC had renewed this show but the series' fate now looks »
Last summer, many people thought that The Neighbors sounded ridiculous and believed that it would be one of the first new shows to be cancelled. Well, shows like Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue have come and gone but The Neighbors lasted for a full season. But, will it be back for season two?
The Neighbors follows the Weaver family after they've moved into an idyllic gated community in New Jersey. The only problem is that the rest of the suburban residents are actually aliens from the planet Zabvron. They end up staying and the Weavers and the aliens face life's challenges together and learn from one another along the way.
Debuting on September 26th, The Neighbors drew »
Feature Mark Harrison 25 Mar 2013 - 07:09
Arch your left eyebrow, for a moment. Good. Now, tilt your head to the side. I'll leave the smile up to you, but you must either smirk or give a big cheesy grin. You're now on your way to looking a lot like the DreamWorks Face, the expression that used to appear in pretty much every DreamWorks Animation film, usually on a talking animal of some description.
The thing is, in the past, all of DreamWorks' movies were comedies. It's since the studio has branched out into other genres, while retaining their sense of humour, that we've started sitting up and taking notice again.
For a while there, it looked like DreamWorks Animation had turned into the very corporate machine that it set out to lampoon: Disney. »
If you haven’t yet caught an episode of ABC‘s The Neighbors, tonight may be your night. It follows a family who has moved to the suburbs and discovers that all of the other inhabitants of their beautiful new little neighborhood are all from another planet. They have all taken human form and sports star names, and tend to dress completely alike. Kind of Stepford-y but in an absurdist, snarky way.
Because it’s an ABC (whose parent company is Disney) show, and because all of the aliens tend to act in over-the-top ways since they aren’t yet totally familiar with our human, and particularly American, ways, they have been given a musical episode with music by Alan Menken.
Not familiar with the name? Ever heard of Disney‘s The Little Mermaid? Beauty and the Beast? Aladdin? Pocahontas? The Hunchback of Notre Dame? Hercules? Enchanted? Tangled? All composed by Alan Menken. »
- Erin Willard
We've got a bit of a release date shuffle concerning two of DreamWorks Animation's upcoming pictures. Check out the information in brief below: Mr. Peabody & Sherman, featuring the voices of Ty Burrell (Modern Family) and Max Charles (The Three Stooges), has been pushed back from November 1, 2013 to March 7, 2014. Me & My Shadow, which was intended to open on March 14, 2014, has now returned to development at the studio. Hit the jump for more on both pictures, as well as the rest of the DreamWorks Animation line-up through 2016. The delay on Mr. Peabody & Sherman comes at the behest of DreamWorks Animation's distributing partner Twentieth Century Fox, who has had success with March releases of their Ice Age franchise films. Per the press release: "Our distributor, who has had great success in March with theirIce Age franchise, has recommended we move Mr. Peabody & Sherman to the spring of 2014, which we totally agree »
- Dave Trumbore
Why have just one when you can have four! Former Annie Awards host and movie reviewer Leonard Maltin and voice actors Rob Paulsen & Maurice Lamarche will share hosting duties, along with a special appearance by long time Annies presenter-favorite, actor and animation industry professional Seth Green at this year’s 40th Annual Annie Awards set for Saturday, February 2 at UCLA’s Royce Hall. Celebrating the best in animation, this annual black-tie evening will begin with a pre-reception at 5 p.m. followed by the Annie Awards ceremony at 7 p.m. and an after-party celebration immediately following the ceremony. All events will be held at Royce Hall. “We are very excited to have our hosts share in the 40th celebration of the Annies and know they will bring great energy and excitement to this year’s ceremony,’’ says Asifa-Hollywood President Frank Gladstone. Joined on stage by a lively mix of animation luminaries, »
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Let’s face it, animated films are a huge deal. To the studios that make them, they are a guaranteed cash cow. Next to Pixar, Dreamworks Animation is right at the top of the heap with hits like Shrek, How To Train Your Dragon, and the Madagascar films. HeyUGuys was invited to New York this week to take a look at what Dreamworks has in store for us in 2013, and I can tell you, it’s pretty cool.
I made my way to the screening location, where we were able to watch roughly half hour of footage from the three films slated for release next year: The Croods, Turbo and Mr. Peabody And Sherman. What I saw was incredible, even though a lot of the footage was still not complete. All of the films will be released in 3-D, and judging from the content, they should be amazing! So let’s get right to it. »
- Damen Norton
7 items from 2013
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