— Late Friday night brought word that Mike Myers has decided to reunite with his popular Austin Powers character(s) for another sequel. No other details are available other than the fact that Myers has signed on to the film, but the move makes sense for Myers since he’s found success with the franchise previously. The last Austin Powers movie, Austin Powers in Goldmember, scored… Continue reading Quick Hits: Mike Myers Signs on for 'Austin Powers 4', Disney Cancels Johnny Depp's 'The Lone Ranger' and More
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Hard times, indeed: MTV has canceled The Hard Times of RJ Berger after a two-season run. The edgy comedy, which chronicled the exploits of a dorky-yet-well-hung high school student (Paul Iacono), grabbed more than three million viewers in its second-season premiere in March, but May’s season finale drew less than one million people.
The network has no shortage of… Continue reading MTV cancels ‘Hard Times of RJ Berger’
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Men of a Certain Age isn’t getting any older.
After returning to low ratings, TNT has declined to pick up a third season of the acclaimed series about a trio of middle-aged men. The news comes a day after co-star Andre Braugher scored a second Emmy nomination for the show and helps make room for the network’s new drama, a… Continue reading TNT cancels ‘Men of a Certain Age’
This is no laughing matter!
Last week, I wrote a heartfelt love letter to TNT’s Men of a Certain Age that explained why it would leave a huge void in the TV schedule if it was canceled. Well, TNT officially gave word today that won’t be renewing the show.
From a business standpoint, I understand the decision. The series had lousy ratings. And when I say lousy, I mean… Continue reading TNT cancels Men of a Certain Age
Starz has cancelled its Arthurian fantasy Camelot after one season.
Camelot received middling reviews from critics and had somewhat ho-hum ratings, averaging less than a million viewers per episode. The lavish series also had trouble generating much buzz after it launched alongside HBO’s breakout fantasy Game of Thrones and Showtime’s better-reviewed historical drama The Borgias. Starz’ genre fans can at least look forward to the upcoming Torchwood and the… Continue reading Starz cancels ‘Camelot’