Television

Jon Hamm to Appear, Again, on ‘Parks and Recreation’

You may recall that, at the end of the sixth season of NBC’s Parks and Recreation, the show jumped forward three years, relocating… Read More

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AMC Releases New ‘Better Call Saul’ Trailer, Will Air a Two-Evening Premiere

The Hollywood Reporter has announced some very exciting news for fans of Breaking Bad, fans of cheap cigars, and fans of… Read More

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Your Weekly TV News Roundup: ‘Luther’ Returns to the USA and UK, One Direction Returns to ‘SNL’

The television world moves so fast that by the time you learn of a show’s premiere, it could already be canceled. It’s hard to keep track of the constant stream of television news, so Flavorwire is here to provide a weekly roundup of the most exciting — and baffling — casting and development updates. This week: Luther gets a BBC miniseries and an American adaptation, Hot in Cleveland finally gets canceled, and SNL announces its December lineup.  … Read More

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‘The Cosby Show’ Is Too Important to Erase From TV History

When I was a kid, I watched The Cosby Show. This is not surprising information: Basically every kid, every person, that I knew — black or white, but especially black — watched The Cosby Show. Older friends had the pleasure of watching the show during its original run; I was grateful for its existence in syndication, airing 24/7. It was on Netflix for a while, and now it’s on Hulu. There is always a way to watch it. But yesterday, in the wake of the seemingly endless and horrifying rape allegations against Bill Cosby, TV Land pulled reruns of The Cosby Show. Earlier that day, Netflix pulled his stand-up special, Bill Cosby 77, which was set to air over Thanksgiving, and NBC axed his upcoming sitcom. The latter two decisions are not only understandable but absolutely necessary. The former is a bit trickier to dissect. … Read More

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Hollywood Producers Trying to Obtain Adaptation Rights for ‘Serial’

It should come as no surprise that producers would want to either make Sarah Koenig’s Serial into a film or, more fittingly,… Read More

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Watch Toni Morrison Be Delightful, Wise, Everything Great on the ‘Colbert Report’

Toni Morrison, Pulitzer and Nobel Prize-winning author of Song of SolomonBeloved, The Bluest Eye, and so much more, appeared on… Read More

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‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ Season 2 Episode 8 Recap: “Test of Strength”

It seems that Freak Show finally maxed out the amount of hanging plot threads it could have, because some stuff actually happened this week: Dell and Jimmy finally had a real father-son moment; Dot’s dreams of being separated from Bette are a little closer to becoming reality; a freak has finally died because of Stanley; and Penny the Candystriper has been irreversibly changed, all thanks to Elsa’s actions back in the pilot.  … Read More

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