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Red Band Society Pretty Much Cancelled

7 hours ago

Fox tried to give medical drama based on kids Red Band Society a chance to succeed. However, it looks like after 13 episodes, the series will be cancelled for good. Fox attempted to do a heavy hand at promotion and even ordered more episodes around the start of the series in order to boost it. However, the series never caught on and had less desired ratings than what Fox wanted for it. The series will be pulled off schedule after December 3rd and will air remaining episodes at a later date. However, no official word on cancellation yet has been released.

I am so sad by this news. I always loved the show since it was interesting and different kind of series. It is just a shame that more people were not interested in the direction it went. Maybe we can hope for a last minute save before it is chopped off the network for good. »

- Sarah Peel

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Game of Thrones Heads to China

25 November 2014 8:09 PM, PST

China may not be the biggest fan of Us based entertainment, but even they cannot say no to HBO. The once movie only network has made itself a staple for TV show fans with the likes of Game of Thrones. Now the network has a deal with Tencent to allow viewers there to stream their films and series. While this sounds promising, it still must pass the filters of China’s government before the content can be freely streamed. This means either they will heavily edit the programs or offer a tiny selection of HBO. No word yet on when Tencent will start offering the content.

This is bittersweet news. It will give fans there a chance to catch up, but it also has heavy ties. Hopefully HBO knows what they signed up for when they agreed. It won’t likely be an easy contract and perhaps could even backfire on them. »

- Sarah Peel

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Hart of Dixie Premier Moved to December

25 November 2014 6:48 PM, PST

Good news for Hart of Dixie fans, CW has actually moving up their premier date for season 4. This is good news for fans who didn’t want to wait until January like they claimed before. The series has been affected in a lot of ways by their strong fan base, which CW heeds. Now we know fans will get their fix of Zoe Hart and her drama in her life, on December 15th. However, rest of the season will resume on January 9th to continue on. No official reason was given for why they bumped up the premier.

We are taking this as a good sign for the series’ future. CW clearly seems to be listening to their fans and know what they want. Hence why it was renewed as a mid-season replacement. Now it seems that they may have a fifth season if they are pleased with the support, »

- Sarah Peel

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Disney Considers Possible Star Wars TV Series

25 November 2014 5:53 PM, PST

Disney is serious about making the most Star Wars. With one animated series being in the pipeline already being planned, we now see a new possible one. The company would love to make a side animated series to run along side with the film franchise that is in the works. Right now it is all rumors and no word as to why they would stick to animation other than possible budget issues. However, the good news is that nothing has been set in stone yet for the show.

I am not sure how to feel about this. This isn’t really shocking since we all already know what Disney wanted with the characters. It is just a shame that they want to turn it more into a kids thing than the sci-fi adult appeal it had for so long. They clearly are losing touch with what the franchises core fan »

- Sarah Peel

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Former Teen Star Bridgit Mendler Lands New Series

25 November 2014 3:52 PM, PST

We have yet another former teen queen with a regular series role, Bridgit Mendler. The blonde star who was on Good Luck Charlie will be officially joining the cast of Undateable for season 2. Her character will be a optimistic new waitress who will not take no for an answer. Her untitled character will start on the series once it returns for season 2 next summer. At this point, not much more is known about the show or her character.

I am glad that she has founded a new series. Since her old show ended and she flirted with music, she hasn’t really acted in a good while. So this will be a nice and much needed change of pace for her. Especially since the nature of this NBC show is so different from her Disney one. Hopefully the world is ready for that side of her when it does make the way to TV. »

- Sarah Peel

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Selfie’s Remaining Episodes Sent to Hulu

24 November 2014 5:45 PM, PST

Fans of ABC’s failed show Selfie, we have good news. You will get a chance to see all of the unaired episodes on Hulu. The cancelled series creator Emily Kapnek announced the good news for the fans of the series. Hulu will start airing releasing the 6 unaired episodes one per week, starting on 11/25. No word on if Hulu will also land the episodes that did air on ABC or not, which can also be said about any chance of the series being saved. Here is what Emily had to say about the final 6 episodes on Hulu.

Unofficially? All remaining episodes of #SelfieABC will soon be on Hulu, Hulu Plus & http://ABC.com Hugs to Peter Roth @warnerbrostv

Just going by what she had to say, it looks like we might expect a possible salvage of the series. Emily seems to grateful for the last minuet outlet, but also hopeful »

- Sarah Peel

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George Eads Parting Ways with CSI

24 November 2014 5:25 PM, PST

Long time CSI cast member George Eads, will jump from the sinking ship. George played long time investigator Nick Stokes from the start of the series in 2000. Now we hear that season will be his last, according TV Guide. They claim that Nick will be tied to Gig Habor killer case closer towards the end of the season. George has not released any statements confirming or denying his pending departure. No word on when his last episode will air as of yet.

For fans of the long running series, this is not news. Last season he missed out on a few episodes due to a spat with the writers. However, he did return to finish out the rest of the season. The show has also hit a slump within their 15 season run. Spin-offs have even slowed down much to the writers dismay. Thus his pending departure may simply be a »

- Sarah Peel

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ABC Orders More of Cristela

24 November 2014 3:05 PM, PST

Cristela Alonzo must be feeling proud that the reportedly promised additional 9 episodes was picked up. Her freshman comedy has put Latinos and Latinas back in the mainstream TV, with her actually working behind the scenes as well. Luckily their heavy promotion worked as the series was officially picked up for those 9 additional episodes. This will round off Cristela for a nice, even 22 episodes that packages it up for a full season order.

The series has done well with the pairing of Tim Allen’s Last Man Standing. But it is also has held up on its own well with pulling in their viewers with ease. No word on when fans can expect to see more of these episodes from her show. However, it is good news knowing the comedy will be allowed to shine brightly for at least one, full season. But we are pretty sure fans can expect more than just 1 season. »

- Sarah Peel

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