After a TV series that ran five years in the 1970s and three movies in the 2000s, you’d think we’d be done with “Charlie’s Angels.” But, perhaps based on the popularity of the new “Hawaii Five-O,” ABC and Sony are planning a brand-new reboot of the show to air next fall. The series will be produced by Al Gough and Miles Millar—the dudes who took the Superman legend to a new place in “Smallville”—along with Drew Barrymore, who produced and starred in the movie remakes of the show. And they’re promising a little something different.
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Two months ago, Sunday night was the best night for television thanks to the “True Blood
” and “Mad Men
” double header. Now we get a series that combines elements of both. “The Walking Dead” is the new series from AMC, the channel that brought you “MM.” And it’s a gross-out monster shocker, in the vein of “TB.” Keep reading »
I don’t want to enrage anyone who hasn’t seen last night’s “Project Runway” finale, in which the winner was named, so click after the jump for MAJOR OMG SPOILERS. Keep reading »
“I think I’m still in shock about it actually. We are used to going away for a long hiatus and then going back, so the fact we’re not going back has yet to sink in… The last three episodes especially are incredibly special. They are going to be extraordinary moments in television… The goal really was to give the audience a sense of where every character would be going. Not in an overly neat way, I think there will be a lot of questions left hanging but you will also see the next trajectory for each one of these characters. It’s that beautiful thing where on one hand, you’re saying goodbye, but on the other, you’re wondering where they’re going next. I think it’s quite perfect.”
—Connie Britton, aka Tami Taylor on “Friday Night Light,” talks about the final season of the show. Lucky folks with DirecTV got to watch the first episode last night. The rest of us will have to wait until the spring, when NBC will air it. Which is obviously purely evil. [NY Post] Keep reading »