All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘TV’

Seth Rogen Confronts “Freaks And Geeks” Executioner

Seth Rogen was just minding his business on the set of Saturday Night Live. He was there to support his friend Bill Hader. What happened next can only be described as fate coming full circle. Seth Rogen heard someone mention the name of the man who gave the ax to the cult hit show Freaks and Geeks. Freaks and Geeks …

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Are You Afraid of the Dark Is on YouTube, Now Go Relive Your Childhood

In this is why you love the internet news, some wonderful, wonderful redditor discovered that every single episode of the nostalgia-inducing horror series Are You Afraid of the Dark? is available to watch on YouTube. Culled from various YouTube accounts, here’s the list of all 65 episodes, and their links. And here’s an auto-generated playlist. Are You Afraid of the …

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Amazon Is Ready to Spend Big Bucks on Originals

Amazon is apparently looking to throw the checkbook at promising new shows – and the company is focusing on comedy. That’s the word from Variety, who quotes the ubiquitous sources familiar with the matter. According to the report, Amazon Studios (Amazon’s original content producing wing) is ready to shell out anywhere from $2 million to $4 million for a “larger …

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Hulu Plus Might Have Fewer Ads in the Future

In that’s probably a good idea news, Hulu is considering chilling out a little bit when it comes to ads on Hulu Plus. Any subscriber (or former subscriber) of Hulu Plus knows the soul-crushing despair that comes with paying $7.99 a month for a service and still having to sit through ads. It’s a terrible pain in the ass. For …

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Transparent Season Two Gets the Go-ahead As Amazon Touts Record Viewing

Have you watched Amazon’s newest original series Transparent? According to Amazon, a lot of people have. The show, a half-hour “novelistic” series that explores the lives of a family and its transgender patriarch (played by Jeffrey Tambor), debuted last week and since then, it’s been the number one series on all of Amazon Prime Instant Video. Amazon says it’s “record …

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Ryan Murphy To Make True Crime Series

Ryan Murphy, creator of hit shows like American Horror Story, Glee, and Nip/Tuck, is ready to bring another winner to the viewing public. The new series will bring true crime to the American Horror Story platform. The new series is set to start filming in early 2015 in Los Angeles and will begin with a 10-episode series on O.J. Simpson …

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Nina Dobrev Excited About “Originals” Appearance

Nina Dobrev is set to appear as Tatia on the Vampire Diaries spinoff, The Originals. The episode that Nina Dobrev will be in highlights the lives of Klaus and Elijah Mikaelson and just what happened with Tatia. “It’s pretty grim. I don’t want to spoil too much, but it’s definitely revealing of the brothers and what happened back then,” said …

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Amazon’s ‘Hand of God’, ‘Red Oaks’ Get Full Seasons

In late August, Amazon debuted five new pilots for Amazon Prime users’ viewing pleasure: The Cosmopolitans, Really, Hysteria, Hand of God, and Red Oaks. Today, Amazon is announcing that two of those shows have survived the pilot round and have been greenlit for full series productions It’s the latter two – Hand of God and Red Oaks. Hand of God …

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Good Eats Hits Netflix Alongside Other Food/Travel Shows

Here’s some good news as you head into the weekend. Alton Brown’s instant-classic cooking/science show Good Eats is now on Netflix. For years, fans of the show have pestered Food Network, as well as Brown himself, to make this happen. It joins other Food Network shows like Cutthroat Kitchen (also an Alton Brown affair), Cupcake Wars, and Chopped – which …

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Alyssa Milano Chooses Family Over Career

Alyssa Milano has left her show Mistresses. The show, which she has been with for two seasons, will go on to its third season without Savannah. Savi, as she is known, may be written off or Alyssa Milano might be replaced with a different actress. Whatever the case, the show is going to go through some changes. But it will …

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Yvette Nicole Brown Leaves “Community”

Yvette Nicole Brown has announced that she is departing Community for some very personal and understandable reasons. She is leaving to take care of her ailing father. Shirley was a rock on the show, the mother of three who was just a little more tightly wound than most. Without Yvette Nicole Brown, the show just won’t be the same! Community …

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NFL Blackout Rule Nixed by FCC, but Games Could Still Go Dark

The Federal Communications Commission has made a huge move, eliminating the sports blackout rules that have been in place for nearly four decades. The rules, which prohibited cable and satellite providers from airing sports events which were blacked out in local broadcast markets due to lack of stadium sellouts, will no longer be enforced by the Commission. But that doesn’t …

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