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In the pantheon of great horror-anthology TV series, Monsters sits somewhere in the middle of the pack. The syndicated show ran for three years, filling in for the departed Tales from the Darkside, which was also produced by Richard Rubinstein. Like Tales, Monsters popped into our living room each week with a… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: Get Scared on the Small Screen with These Classic Horror-Anthology Series
One of Hollywood’s hottest messes will soon be back on TV screens, and if the first look at Lindsay Lohan’s upcoming OWN series is any indication, her troubles will be on full display.
The Oprah Winfrey Network released a sneak peek picture to promote the highly anticipated (and sure-to-be guilty pleasure) documentary series, simply titled “Lindsay,” and in it, the subject certainly
Barcelona-based architect and film nerd Federico Babina created a series of artworks that depict the interiors of famous films with a fun retro style. “The idea is to represent a film set as if it were a doll’s house where we can start to play with the imagination together with the movie’s characters,” Babina told website Co.Design.
The layouts are presented as pseudo blueprints, revealing the iconic… Continue reading Retro Art and Your Favorite Movie Sets Collide in a New Poster Series
Lifetime has ordered 10 episodes of a brand-new series called Un-Real. Produced by Marti Noxon (Mad Men, Fright Night) and Sarah Gertrude Shapiro (Sequin Raze), Un-Real will give a behind-the-scenes look at the chaos surrounding the production of a dating competition program.
Starring Shiri Appleby (Girls), Megyn Price (Rules of Engagement), and Freddie Stroma (Harry Potter, Pitch Perfect), the dark comedy marks the first scripted series that will be fully… Continue reading ‘Bachelor’ behind the scenes? Lifetime orders dark comedy series ‘Un-Real’
CBS’ Blue Bloods ratings jumped to the crime drama’s biggest audience since its series premiere.
The Tom Selleck drama series had 12.8 million viewers — an impressive haul for a Friday night — marking the best viewership for the show since it debuted in 2010. The 18-49 rating wasn’t too shabby either, matching the show’s season high. CBS also had season highs for Hawaii Five-0 and Undercover Boss. CBS might… Continue reading ‘Blue Bloods’ biggest audience since series premiere