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It's been over 20 years since "Friends" went off the air and we are finally getting that reunion special we've been waiting for since the gang left Central Perk. Except, it's not going to a real reunion episode. No one told us life was going to be this way...
Sherlock is back and he's having a special New Year's Day event. You can watch two major movie stars having a great time in this period-set episode on your local PBS station or streaming OR you can pay a lot to see it at the movies 4 days later. What would Sherlock do?
Stephanie Meyer is producing a new Hulu series based on a supernatural series. Let's avoid the mistakes Twilight made, shall we?
Rupert Murdoch officially took control of National Geographic this week with a massive layoff of 180 people. And today, he’s released the new programming schedule for Nat Geo network…
A new sort-of Star Trek series is coming to sort-of TV. But are you willing to shell out $6 a month to watch it?
What barrel is Hollywood scraping the bottom of now? Here's another list of five old properties currently being revamped for your TV viewing pleasure.
"Join or Die with Craig Ferguson" is coming to The History Channel, and we're more than a little excited about it.
Introducing a man-eating car and a lava-vomiting spider. What more do you need to know? You either want to see that or you desperately want to see that. Those are your only two options.
Did you know that "Scream" and "Scream Queens" are two entirely different TV series? Well, maybe not ENTIRELY different. Rumor is Jamie Lee Curtis showed up for the first three weeks of shooting on the wrong show before anyone noticed.
Nostalgia ain't what it used to be... and neither is The Last Starfighter if this TV reboot ever sees the light of day.
Comic-Con is here, which means so are all the trailers of this fall's geek TV shows! Videos galore inside.
Neil Gaiman's award-winning fantasy novel American Gods is finally being adapted for television, and the news is good, bad, and ugly. HBO is out of the mix, but the show has a definite god-like ability to keep rising from the dead.
The Wire creator David Simon is teaming up with HBO to bring his trademarked brand of gritty realism to the sex-on-film industry of the 1970s.
Universal is developing a new TV series based on the (semi) beloved, (not particularly) timeless movie about Ahnald, precocious tots, brutal drug dealers, tumors, and tragically underfunded public school systems.
Tyrese Gibson will soon co-host a relationship-focused talk show on the OWN network, but his own relationship issues make him an odd choice for the gig.
Lifetime has just announced an unauthorized behind-the-scenes "Full House" movie, and we wish we were joking, but no. But if it's going to happen--and it is--then why not join in on the fun? Here are our picks for the best possible cast.
Neil deGrasse Tyson to Host Late Night Talk Show
Classic MST3K coming to PBS?
RiffTrax returning to TV, plus a free MST3K movie right here on the ol' interwebs
IT Crowd and Bewitched on our latest list of remakes being developed for TV right now