If it weren’t clear already, we’ve officially entered the superhero TV arms race. Not content with Daredevil or its three followups into The Defenders, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has officially begun development of a new potential spinoff for ABC, but who might take the lead, and what does it mean for Agent Carter?
Sheesh, talk about your Defcon 1. A submarine-sized hole just erupted in ABC's fall drama lineup, as the network has opted not to move forward with either buzzworthy fall drama 'Last Resort' or '666 Park Avenue,' effectively cancelling both series after their 13-episode orders. 'Last Resort' in particular had attracted quite a bit of critical attention, in spite of its sinking ratings, while '66
In her new book 'Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far,' Bristol Palin wrote that former boyfriend Levi Johnston "stole" her virginity one drunken night while camping. Barbara Walters questioned her statement on 'The View' yesterday, suggesting that perhaps Palin used hyperbole to describe the incident.
"It must have been okay, because you kept on having sex with him, yeah?" as
Fans of 'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live' can pop open a bottle of champagne.
The two long-running soaps, each on the air for more than four decades and slated for cancellation later this year, will continue their exploits -- online.
The networks continue to clean house this week.
After passing on the much-debated 'Wonder Woman' pilot, NBC announced Friday that it is canceling freshman series 'The Event,' 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' and 'Outsourced.'
It looks like vacuum maker Hoover is about to play dirty.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Hoover plans to pull its ads from ABC following the network's decision to cancel two of its soap operas -- 'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live' -- last week.
VP of marketing Brian Kirkendall claims they will stop advertising on the network effective Friday, and that they're "making every attempt
According to the LA Times, ‘All My Children’ will end in Sept. 2011, while ‘One Life to Live’ will officially die in Jan. 2012, leaving ‘General Hospital’ as the network’s only remaining soap. EW.com adds that “enormous costs” were the main reason the shows were canceled...
Poor Kirstie Alley. Just one week after she fell on the 'Dancing With the Stars' ballroom floor, the Emmy-winning actress suffered another unfortunate mishap.
In this case, it was her shoe that fell (off). Midway through her routine last night, a noticeably embarrassed Alley remained seated on the floor for a few moments while she put herself back together again.
Luckily, the performance hiccup di
I just got done watching 'Secret Millionaire' and all I can say is WOW.
My dear friend Monica Lassmann had told me about the show and how touching it was so I decided to watch it. This week's show was about Gary and Diane Heavin who are the co-owners of 'Curves'.
Gary and Diane left their wealthy lifestyles behind to spend a week in Houston's poverty-stricken Third Ward. They were given $6.50 per