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Hart of Dixie Season 4 Trailer is Steamy

21 hours ago

CW finally released the trailer for season 4 of Hart of Dixie. The new season has been made a mid-season replacement for their 4th season. The new season will premier next month and we now have our first look at it. Zoe goes for who she wants at least for that moment. However, she may end the way she hopes it does. We also see other drama with new relationships and hopes for old loves to be rekindled. Luckily we have less than two months away of it premiering on January 9th. You can catch the trailer down below.

I am glad that they released such a promising trailer. Fans were worried when the show wasn’t renewed with the rest of them. However, CW did renew at a later date with the news of it becoming a mid-season replacement. At this point we are not sure what the future will hold after the shorter, »

- Sarah Peel

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Glee To Have 11 Week Run for Final Season

23 hours ago

Fox wants to end Glee as fast and painlessly that they can. The network has confirmed that the 6th season will be the last. Ryan Murphy has made it clear that the show lost its way and wanted to wrap it up nicely for the fans. However, the series will have a much shorter end that will only air for 11 weeks. The 13 episode season will also have a special two hour finale. It will start the last season on January 9th on their new night, Fridays. It will then come to the series finale on March 20th.

The series hit a rough patch after the death of Corey Monteith. It was also a concept that ran out of good ideas, making the series lose the pop culture value it once held. However, Ryan and Fox agreed to let the series close up with one more season. Now we can see »

- Sarah Peel

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Better Call Saul To Have Two Night Premier Event

20 November 2014 5:09 PM, PST

AMC has big hopes for Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul. The freshman series was already renewed for a second season before their first season has even aired. Now we know that in February fans will have a double night premier event for Saul. The series will follow him 6 years prior to the Breaking Bad years. The two night event will air the pilot episode on Feb 8th, with the second episode airing on the series home timeslot of Monday’s (Feb 9th). You can catch the teaser that they released down below. Here is what they did have to say though about the series so far.

The series is set six years before Saul Goodman meets Walter White. When we meet him, the man who will become Saul Goodman is known as Jimmy McGill, a small-time lawyer searching for his destiny, and, more immediately, hustling to make ends meet. »

- Sarah Peel

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TV Land Removes The Cosby Show

20 November 2014 11:25 AM, PST

Bill Cosby’s drama just continues to grow each day. After Netflix and NBC backed away from the damaged comedy master, TV Land has officially pulled the classic The Cosby Show from the air. The network revived the classic, family series several years ago as part of their continuation to air popular series from the past. Now the network dropped him like a hot potato over the latest round of claims of rape. He has avoided the topic while his team denies any of the stories. TV Land was planning on airing the shows during Thanksgiving, but have left that idea behind as the show was removed Asap.

I am sad to see the series being removed. It is not fair to the other casts and it was a true gem of a show. However, TV Land has a right to make their message clear that they do not support him. »

- Sarah Peel

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American Dad Winning On TBS

19 November 2014 8:00 PM, PST

TBS must be feeling major gratitude for picking up American Dad. After premiering the first season on TBS, the show has now been officially picked up. The series had a long run on Fox, which was not renewed and left the creators unhappy about lack of the creative control. TBS has since given that to them. Now it looks like their deal has become even sweeter with an order for a 12th season being issued out.

Seth McFarlane must be so proud of how far American Dad has come. He no longer is being censored and he can let his true colors shine. I am not sure how far TBS will allow it to go though, considering that they still fall under the FCC’s control. So I am sure they still have some limits on what he can do. However, I am also pretty sure that TBS is going »

- Sarah Peel

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Dallas Lands No New Home Network

19 November 2014 7:54 PM, PST

Nothing like a repeat of the past, especially for Dallas fans. After TNT kicked the show to the curb, the cast asked for fans to help save the series. They hoped either online streaming service or a new network would consider saving it. However, it appears all talks have ended and the show is gone for good. The executive producers confirmed that their attempts to save it have failed. Here is what they all had to say.

[Production studio] Warner Horizon has attempted, in a Herculean way, to try and find us a new home, but at the end of the day it did not work out, We so appreciate the outpouring of support by all of you, and the #SaveDallas campaign was a truly remarkable undertaking. We cannot fully express how much we loved making this show for you and with you

I am sad that the spin-off series was cancelled. »

- Sarah Peel

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Netflix Officially Picks Up Longmire

19 November 2014 6:36 PM, PST

Lou Diamond Phillips was correct, good news for Longmire fans was coming. After some deep thought and chat sessions with the series creators, a new agreement has been made with Netflix. Their fourth season will be released next year with 10 new episodes. The show will pick up where A&E left it at the end of season 3. The whole team and cast appear to be on show. Here is what Netflix had to say on the subject of the showing being picked up by them.

(It) picks up moments after season three’s exciting finale. Walt Longmire (series star Robert Taylor), having found out who was behind the murder of his wife, succumbs to his darker impulses and takes off in pursuit of the killer with murder on his mind. Meanwhile, Branch Connally (Bailey Chase), the deputy who Walt fired for erratic, violent behavior, believes he has already figured out who the real culprit is. »

- Sarah Peel

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NBC & Netflix Drop Bills Cosby

19 November 2014 3:44 PM, PST

Right after we reported NBC’s conflicted feelings over Bill Cosby, it has finally happened. The network dropped his upcoming series due to the possible legal issues. Netflix also nixed his upcoming stand up comedy show. While we are not sure if the concepts will be revisited later, the networks do appear to have changed their mind after Janice Dickinson came out with the same claim 4 other women have reported. So far his attorney has denied the claims.

I am sad for Bill, since he had a great reputation. However, he really should have given his actions a lot more thoughts before doing them, even he is correct in his denial. However, we are pretty sure this will not end well for him and he might be kissing his career goodbye just when it appeared to be heating right back up. Maybe he will be able to save his career, »

- Sarah Peel

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NBC’s Constantine – Geek Girl Navigating the World

19 November 2014 3:16 PM, PST

The track record of TV series produced from comic books is spotty at best. For every show that was as weird and cool as “The Maxx” you’ve got at least three that were every bit as cheesy and muddled as “The Flash” (which starred John Wesley Shipp). I’m not trying to claim that “The Maxx” was ever wholly coherent, but if you’ve read the series or are reading the reprint series, then you know that when it comes to adaptations of material, watching “The Maxx” is a whole lot like reading it. I’m also not saying that I didn’t like “The Flash” when it aired in 1990. I’ve got both shows on DVD and have no regrets about owning either one.

NBC has become the latest network to try making a comic book series into television with “Constantine.” John Constantine first appeared in “Swamp Thing »

- dragonwomant

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Katherine Heigl: I Wish Shonda Saw Me Differently

18 November 2014 5:11 PM, PST

As Katherine Heigl attempts to be rebuild her career, she talked to Mario Lopez on Extra. They of course touched on the subject of Shonda Rhimes, who has a very low level of respect for Katherine. She even made a dig at her when talking about the cast of Scandal. Katherine said that she is sad over how Shonda feels about her, but she holds no hard feelings towards her. Here is everything that she had to say on the subject of her past and how she wishes to prove people wrong.

It sucks, I am sorry that she feels that way, and I wish her nothing but greatness, and I have nothing negative to say about Shonda. I’m sorry she’s left with such a crappy impression of me. I wish I could do something to change that. Maybe I will be able to someday…The only way »

- Sarah Peel

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Bill Cosby NBC Series At Risk

18 November 2014 3:57 PM, PST

This appears to be a big year for celebrities and abuse claims. This time family man Bill Cosby is being affected by the claims. NBC this past summer announced a new series with him was in the works, with him being the grandfather and patriarch. However, that series could be at risk now that more and more people are coming out with claims. So far NBC has remained hushed on the subject in hopes of the claims being proven wrong and time for his image to be saved. It now appears that those chances are becoming slimmer.

We feel bad for NBC, as they seemed to really count on his show. Now it looks like they may be pressured in dropping it if this keeps on going on. Otherwise the network could face some backlash and we are sure that they want to avoid that. As for Bill, it looks »

- Sarah Peel

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HBO Officially Orders Westworld

18 November 2014 10:19 AM, PST

HBO is loving the concept of Michael Crichtons Westworld as a TV series. The network has officially ordered the star packed series for a full season. The series will star Anthony Hopkins as the main star, Dr. Robert Ford the big boss at the amusement park that features andriod robots. However, these robots go crazy and end up hurting the guest. Most of the big stars will play the robots with room of more than one character. The series will likely hit the airwaves in 2015.

I am glad that the late Michael Crichton is still having success. It is just a shame that he doesn’t get to see this take place. It will be an interesting series, especially to see how they can expand the story as it was written in a movie format. That will take some serious creativity on their end. I suppose that may not be a struggle for HBO, »

- Sarah Peel

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Betty White’s Hot in Cleveland Ending in 2015

18 November 2014 7:16 AM, PST

We have sad news for Betty White fans, her sort of modern take on Golden Girls TV Land series Hot in Cleveland has end in sight. The popular show was renewed for a 6th season earlier this year, which will also be the final season of the show. It is currently airing the last season which the network confirmed. The series was TV Land‘s first scripted one and has been one of their most popular ones to date. It has also been their longest airing one to date. No word on if the other original shows will be cut off at 6th season or not. Here is what TV Land president Larry W. Jones had to say about the series.

It’s been an honor to work with Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and the incomparable Betty White as well as our executive producers Suzanne Martin, Todd Milliner, »

- Sarah Peel

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CW Order Up More Reality TV

17 November 2014 7:33 PM, PST

The CW is busying lining up their upcoming summer series to fill in the void. Tyra Banks will keep on rolling to the bank with Americas’ Next Top Model. It will be their 22 season to date in 2015. They also ordered up more of Penn & Teller: Fool Us and Masters of Illusion. Both shows ordered up last year and have taken off for a life of their own. CW clearly wants to keep a strong base of summer shows, hence why they were quick to order up new seasons before this year ends.

I am glad that they found three successful summer shows. Those are hard to master and they seemed to sort have solved it for 2015. I suppose the real test will be once again when these shows air their new seasons. But it is still a much better option that most of the reality game series. CW is a »

- Sarah Peel

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Ghostface Getting Makeover for MTV

17 November 2014 5:07 PM, PST

Ever since we got word that MTV was not buying into Screams real star, Ghostface; the world was shocked. Well, MTV sort of heard about the uproar. Now they have agreed to have a rebooted and more modern version of Ghostface for Scream: The Series. It is rumored that it may be a more “flesh” like mask than the classic plastic style one. Here is what MTV’s Mina Lefevre had to say about the possible future of Mr. Ghostface on the TV series.

It’s a darker, almost more grounded, evolved version of the mask. It’s something we’re constantly talking about. How did that mask become that mask? What’s its purpose? How did it evolve? If the Scream movie mask was the more plastic version, for a lack of a better description, this one is a more organic looking and frankly darker version.

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- Sarah Peel

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CBS Axes The Millers

17 November 2014 3:44 PM, PST

CBS has no problem cancelling shows that they do not like, as The Millers remind us of it. Will Arnett’s comedy returned for a second season after a decent freshman season. However, the second season not caught on with the audience. They have one more episode on the contract to film, with a new one also set to air today. However, beyond the new episode due tonight, its airing future remains unclear. No word from CBS or Will yet, as the news was announced over the weekend.

I am sad that his show crashed. It held some promise last season, not sure why it is failing this year. However, it is nice that CBS appears sticking to their contract. Even if the rest of the episodes do not air, we are pretty sure they will be released via iTunes or on DVD. Now it will give him a chance »

- Sarah Peel

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Katey Sagal Moves on to The Bastard Executioner

17 November 2014 12:42 PM, PST

Katey Sagal is perhaps the biggest supporter of Kurt Sutter, as she is joining his next show. FX has picked up The Bastard Executioner, which is the next series put out by him since is wrapping up next month. Katy announced that she is attached to project during a conference to the media about the perio show. She doesn’t know much about how she will join it yet. The period based show will follow the life of King Edward III’s warriot knight left in his care. The series was picked up last year and is only now going into production. Here is what Katy did have to say about the show so far.

I’m going to be in it. We don’t know in what capacity yet, because he’s just starting to work on it. But that’s where we’re going. I will definitely be involved with it. »

- Sarah Peel

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