Red Band Society's First Season Ending After 13 Episodes; Season 2 Unlikely
The doctors are out… after 13 episodes.
Fox will not be picking up additional episodes of Red Band Society beyond its initial 13-episode order, TVLine has learned. Production on the rookie medical dramedy will wrap next month after completion of Episode 13.
Two more episodes will air — tonight and Dec. 3 (both at 9/8c) — at which point the show will be pulled from the schedule. The remaining three episodes of the season will be scheduled at a later date.
A network insider says Red Band could still return for a second season, but that seems unlikely.
Red Band Society opened low back in September, »
Breaking Big: 'Jane the Virgin' star Gina Rodriguez on ending Latina stereotypes
Puerto Rican actress Gina Rodriguez made headlines this summer when she spontaneously gave a speech at the Television Critics Association summer press tour about her desire to overturn Hispanic stereotypes on TV. (Read her powerful speech here.) As the titular character on CW's Jane The Virgin, Rodriguez isn't a sex kitten or a cook—instead, she plays a college student whose life is turned upside down when she finds out she's been accidentally artificially inseminated. The dramedy—based on a popular Venezuelan telenovela—was recently given a full season order and Rodriguez, 30, has become one of the fall's breakout stars. »
- Nina Terrero
The Flash Season 1 Episode 7 Review: ”Power Outage”
As we are six days away from an epic superhero TV crossover on The CW, last night’s The Flash continues the adventures of the fastest man alive where Barry Allen has to face the meta-human Blackout (guest star Michael Reventar). I’m familiar with Blackout a little bit and the way they portrayed him in this episode was surprising as I thought they would take him on a more villainous route. I felt really sorry for him because this was a guy who just trying to have a great time with his friends that night before the particle accelerator incident. Right now, there are three different categories of people that got affected by the incident. There are the heroes (Barry), the villains and the victims and Blackout was one of them. We also got the return of Arrow’s Clock King (played by the masterful Robert Knepper) as he took the entire… »
Duck Dynasty Season 7 Episode 2 Review: “Good Night and Good Duck”
One of the great things about Duck Dynasty is that you always know exactly what you’re getting. If you need a half hour of family friendly laughs and redneck antics, you always know where to go and you will never be disappointed. You’d think they’d have run out of ideas in seven seasons, but they haven’t yet! This week, the Robertsons took over a local news studio, and did a Thanksgiving edition of “Good Morning Arklamiss”. It was everything you ‘d expect with a morning show. Two anchors (Willie and Jase), a field reporter (Phil), a weatherman (Si), a cooking segment (with Korie and Miss Kay), Jepercise (obvious) and more! The fashion segment even featured recent Dancing with the Stars runner-up Sadie Robertson. The best bit of the episode, for sure, was Si doing the weather. Of course, Uncle Si is arguably the best part of Duck Dynasty, »
- Nick Hogan
The Cast Changes of Three’s Company
Three’s Company had already left the airwaves when I was born in 1985. However, I was still able to fall in love with the hijinks of Jack Tripper, the dumb blonde moments of Chrissy Snow, and the good old reliability of Janet Wood in the form of reruns. The show can still be watched today on TV Land. As a result, even younger fans than myself are able to watch the classic misunderstandings of this comedy. The sitcom experienced many different cast changes over its eight year run. Some of these were amicable (The Ropers), while others were pegged with controversy (Chrissy Snow). Here is a look at all the cast changes that took place on one of the most popular shows from the 1970’s and 1980’s. Like with most popular television series, a spin-off of Three’s Company saw the departure of two of the main characters on the show. »
- Tim Gerstenberger
Real World's Ryan Knight Dead at 29
Real World alum Ryan Knight — who appeared in the 2010 New Orleans edition — has died, TMZ reports. He was 29.
A cause of death is not yet known, but his body was reportedly discovered Thursday morning at a friend’s house.
This is the second tragedy to befall MTV’s Real World franchise in as many weeks. Earlier this month, fellow Challenge vet Diem Brown died after a long battle with cancer. She was 32.
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