Today, the list of TV shows that have been canceled has been released and just like high school varsity cheerleading try-outs, the list has been publicly posted for all to see. And just like Ted Cruz’s exit from the presidential race, some goodbyes aren’t bittersweet, they’re just sweet.
TV is a lot like a strict… READ MORE »
When Fox broadcaster Erin Andrews took a short stay at a Nashville hotel during the summer of 2009, she had no idea that not only would she be videotaped undressing in her hotel room, but that it would interfere with her career for years to come.
On July 16th, 2009 the video of her undressing… READ MORE »
He lost the caucus, Kelly won the battle, and who wins the war is anyone’s guess. READ MORE »
“When we first conceived this idea, we thought of it as a spinoff of EMPIRE,” said The Lonely Island. “We failed miserably…now it’s much more of a sketch comedy show.” READ MORE »
Are you the most excited ever for FOX’s live production of Rock Horror? Are you?? Because Christina Milian is joining the cast as Magenta (the “domestic”). She joins Laverne Cox as Dr. Frank N. Furter, Adam Lambert as Eddie, Victoria Justice as Janet, and Tim Curry himself as the Criminologist Narrator.
I see… READ MORE »
Anybody with half a beating heart will appear moderate and well-spoken when they are contending with Donald Trump’s violent sexism. READ MORE »
Welp, the plaintiff in Obergefell v. Hodges, the Supreme Court case that legalized gay marriage in all 50 states just a week and a half ago (still partying about it, over here), is going to be rolling in it soon. Fox has bought the life rights of Jim Obergefell and his attorney, Al Gerhardstein, as… READ MORE »
Narcolepsy is why they’re taking a break? Really? READ MORE »
Ooooh, there’s going to be a new live-action Archie show called “Riverdale,” written by Archie writer and Archie Comics CCO Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and produced by Berlanti Productions, which is the production house for “Arrow,” “The Flash,” and the upcoming “Supergirl.” It’s going to be a “subversive” look at small-town life, featuring Archie, Betty, Veronica, Jughead,… READ MORE »
A Pew study looks at the differences in online harassment for men and women, and what do ya know, women are more often the target. [Slate]
Feminist blogger Lindy West imagines a social network that is specifically feminist and anti-racist. [Daily Dot]
Read about racism in the newsroom. [New Republic]
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Having already seen “The Fault In Our Stars” and “Glee,” I don’t think I’ll be tuning in for Fox’s “Red Band Society,” a new dramedy produced by Steven Spielberg about teenagers living in a hospital. But it’s come to my attention that on a promotional ad for the show, which debuts September 17th,… READ MORE »
This Thursday, Christopher Meloni returns to television as the titular character in the half-hour Fox comedy “Surviving Jack.” And we couldn’t be happier. Why? Residual checks. But also, Thursday marks the culmination of a marathon that may not have gone past the starting line without Chris Meloni leading the pack.
He was everyone’s first… READ MORE »
Foxes are so cute! But they’re underrated in the animal kingdom. You forget how adorable their little half-dog meets sort-of-cat faces can be. Thankfully, we have this video of a baby fox in a box to help get us through this Tuesday. Please listen with the sound up so you can hear his cute little… READ MORE »
In this unpredictable and ever-changing world we live in, at least we can always count on Fox News to provide a consistent stream of ignorance. The latest example comes from Fox Nation, a “news” website that chose to illustrate a story about transgender healthcare with a photo of Robin Williams from the movie “Mrs. Doubtfire.” READ MORE »
America, we have a fox obesity problem. And when you feed your pet foxes marshmallows, you’re not helping the cause. Okay, kidding, this fox was an orphan rescued as a baby, and he gets a marshmallow treat once a year on the anniversary of his adoption. Watch this little guy bury some of the marshmallows… READ MORE »
Who’s been called in as “experts” on cable news to discuss the current debate over birth control? More men than women, that’s who. Across all the networks, 91 men appeared to talk about the birth control debate, while only 55 women appeared on-air. The greatest disparity was at the Fox stations, but the “liberal”-leaning network… READ MORE »