No, this isn’t déjà vu, it’s just Part 2… of our 4-episode test, wherein we commit to watching the first four episodes of every new fall TV series, no matter how good or bad they might be. Part 1 zeroed in on the shows that debuted in September; now it’s time to consider the ones that rolled out on the later side of premiere season.
Though some of the shows on… Continue reading TV.com's 4-Episode Test, Part 2: How Are the Rest of the New Fall Shows Holding Up?
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Fall is finally here and with it comes a fruitful slate of movie releases. Here’s a glimpse of a few movies we hope might spice up your holiday season. If you’re looking for action check out Brazil’s latest hit Elite Squad: The Enemy Within out in theaters today. If you’re seeking more dramatic roles then look… Continue reading Cine Latino: Oscar Isaac, Bérénice Bejo, Sofía Vergara and more Spice it Up this Fall
Casino Royale director Martin Campbell may be directing the 1980’s Lee Majors action series The Fall Guy. Thor and X-Men: First Class writers Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz are handling script duties for the project that initially saw a home with DreamWorks, but there’s a chance the studio may not remain involved. If he signs on, Campbell would be re-telling the story about Major’s… Continue reading 'The Fall Guy' Wants Martin Campbell and Brett Ratner is 'Hunting Eichmann'
Sure, it’s only been two weeks. But sometimes, that’s all it takes for a new show to either earn a full-season order (congrats, Fox’s New Girl) or get the ax (time to start packing, Playboy Club?). Here’s how the new shows are faring so far among the ever-crucial adults 18-49 rating and our thoughts about which will still be alive come spring:
2 Broke Girls (CBS): 5.9 ratingStatus: If… Continue reading Death watch 2011: Fall TV survival status report
When September hit, we hit back with our Everything Guide to 2011’s Fall TV Schedule.
This week, we’re catering to those of you without cable subscriptions and DVRs. That’s right– the tired, the poor, the huddled masses yearning to breathe free …from cable bills. Cord-cutters, we hear your cries for a reliable TV streaming calendar. We’re answering.
Here’s the catch: Not all shows are treated equally online, because not all networks trust… Continue reading TV on the Internet: When and Where to Watch Fall Shows on the Web