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Glee: School Shooting Episode Gets Mixed Reviews

[Author’s Note: Spoilers ahead] Network TV viewers who are still following the Fox show Glee got quite a treat Thursday evening. The only problem is, the consensus is still out on whether it was salty or sweet. This week’s Glee featured a ‘school shooting’ of sorts. Though no one is injured, two shots ring out through McKinley High. In the …

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Fox Hires Scott Brown to Comment on Politics

Fox News this week announced that former U.S. Senator Scott Brown has been hired to provide political commentary across a variety of Fox News programs. He will appear on both daytime and primetime programming for the cable news network. Brown is a former “half-term” U.S. Senator from Massachusetts who won a special election for the seat in 2010, after Senator …

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“Ben And Kate” Canceled, Twitter Reacts

“Ben And Kate”, one of the newer Fox comedies which has only run for 18 episodes, is getting cut from the lineup. The show, which featured Dakota Johnson as a single mom and Nat Faxon as her quirky older brother, was highly anticipated at the beginning of the season last year and got good initial reviews. However, it just didn’t …

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Google Play And YouTube Get Over 600 20th Century Fox Titles

Google announced today that Google Play and YouTube are getting over 600 titles from Twentieth Century Fox, for users to rent and/or purchase. “Today you can buy Fox’s new release Prometheus in HD, available three weeks ahead of the Blu-ray, DVD and video-on-demand release,” writes Jonathan Zepp, Manager of TV & Film Content Partnerships at Google, on the Official Google …

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Fox To Debut New HD Movie Downloads: $15, Weeks Before Blu-ray or On-Demand

Apparently, 20th Century Fox sees a future in high-definition movie downloads. Starting this month, the studio plans to launch a brand new program that will see high-profile films become available for download weeks before they are available on a disc or streaming service. According to the New York Times Fox will call the initiative “Digital HD” or “DHD,” and it …

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So You Think You Can Dance S9 Top 20 Revealed, Twitter Reacts

This past Wednesday (June 27, 2012), the top 20 dancers (10 male / 10 female) were announced for season 9 of FOX television’s dance-reality show So You Think You Can Dance. With this season’s top 20 announcement show, the episode was fused with the results from “Vegas Week,” along with live performances from the top 20 themselves. This episode also …

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Arrested Development Getting Its Own LA Art Exhibit

One of the greatest shows is making a huge comeback. Arrested Development is not only getting a new season on Netflix next summer, but now we are getting an art show. The Bluths are well represented in this great art piece featuring paintings and mock ups and photos of Arrested Development style dolls. The pieces are already amazing and make …

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Fox, CBS, NBC File Suit Against Dish Network Hopper

A couple of weeks ago, Dish Network unveiled and released a new technology which automatically does what we all do anyways. Skip commercials. The Hopper is the kind of technology that can make people switch from the highly superior DirecTV. Basically it allows you to skip commercials from any of the major networks (FOX, NBC, CBS, ABC). Now most of …

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Carmen Electra, Rob Kardashian to Appear on FOX Dating Show

Carmen Electra, Rob Kardashian, Tyson Beckford, and scores of other D-list celebrities are scheduled to appear on this summer’s FOX dating show “The Choice”. The program, which rhymes with NBC’s singing competition in more ways than one, will pair these supposedly famous individuals with normal, everyday guys and gals in the name of love. I’m sorry, I meant to say …

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‘The Simpsons’ Rips on Fox News (again)

The Simpsons has a long history of making fun of the company that airs its program, especially a certain branch of that company that touts itself for its “Fair and Balanced” news coverage. They continued that tradition with a jab at the 25th anniversary of Fox network. The Simpsons celebrated the milestone by airing the show’s first episode, only this …

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American Idol To Air Dick Clark Tribute Tonight

Earlier today American Idol host, Ryan Seacrest, took to Twitter to inform his 6+ million followers that the show is “putting together a tribute for Dick Clark”. This really comes as now surprise, as the two were longtime friends, and co-hosts of “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve”. (image)@RyanSeacrestRyan SeacrestWe’re putting together a tribute for Dick Clark on @AmericanIdol tonight…just …

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Glee’s Spring 2012 Teaser Promo Released

For the FOX hit show Glee‘s current mid-season break, the producers and writers of the show introduced an element that the show has never experienced before… a cliffhanger. Glee has always been soft within its themes, making it friendly to a variety of audiences; however, with the return of season 3 in April, the show’s audience has a heart-tugging issue …

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