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It's Day 2 of prediction week at HNTP. Today, we tackle ABC. The alphabet has five new shows on the schedule this fall, although every single one of them will remind you strongly of something you've seen before.
HNTP is gearing up to return in full force for the fall TV season! Which new series are you most excited about... and which are you sure will fall flat on its ass? We'll be issuing our predictions all week long, starting with NBC!
Amazon is making a TV show from that movie about a TV show that's really a parody of that other TV show that they made all those movies about.
Zombie hordes are taking out electricity and communications throughout California! Rioters are tearing apart Los Angeles! And absolutely none of it happening on screen! But if you wanna watch an ordinary family sit around and feel helpless for a while, boy-howdy, this is your show!
Racist butterball Paula Deen is ready to return to the spotlight and dance her diabetic butt off.
When the original Star Trek tries to imagine life under a female starship captain, the results are 100 times more nightmarish than you can imagine.
In which the afterthought cancellation of Hindsight makes me question my entire relationship with VH-1.
With a completely unrecognizable and bewildering version of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn coming to CBS, we're inspired to make our own public domain book-to-TV pitches.
Benedict Cumberbatch is way to busy being a dragon and a Marvel superhero and whatnot to bother with season four of "Sherlock" for a while, except maybe once, and only for Christmas, and only if he gets to be on the big screen.
"Fear the Walking Dead" set a new record for a cable show premiere... but is anyone out there glad they sat through that thing? HNTP is here to recap it all with a heaping spoonful of snark.
Will Flight of the Conchords soar once again... right into a theater near you? Here's why you should hope the answer is yes!
Lifetime is at it again... spending almost two weeks and $20 making an original "unauthorized" movie about a family sitcom you care about only if you were born in 1984. Is it so bad it's good? Oh hell no. But that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the recap.
It's the season finale of True Detective! No one with a "Y" chromosome gets out alive! Because something about masculinity or something. It's very deep, really. Just trust us.
Yeah, all the "teens" on TV are actually in their 20s and 30s, but the writers all remember when Fonzie was the coolest kid on boob tube. How old is too old to write high schoolers?
Hey, girl... The CW has snagged the rights to two blockbusters and are transforming them into new TV series.
Kermit and Miss Piggy are helping children everywhere learn that love is a sham that eventually crumbles into dust and leaves you a bitter, miserable shell of a puppet.
“Aaaand it basically looks like a watermelon with a handle. I guess the Slavers took juicing very seriously. ”
True Detective stumbles along with dense dialogue, dense characters, and dense plot. (See, we can use words with two meanings, too. Aren't we smart.) It's recap time for Episode 7, in which one of our main characters doesn't make it out alive.
An innocent, unsuspecting America is dragged into the depths of reality show madness... And it could happen to you!!!
“In this article (and in the article that will follow it), I plan to educate you on why the writers should have steered clear of another Felger-type writing misstep of ‘Avenger 2.0’-size proportions... and decided not to. Twice. Don’t these guys learn the first time?”