Men of a Certain Age
TNT has canceled sophomore drama Men of a Certain Age, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
"TNT has been proud to be a part of Men of a Certain Age for two seasons," a TNT spokesperson said. "While the show has...
News bloopers! They are so fun! Even when they're as dry as this one (via Mediaite), featuring writer and man-about-the-intellect Michael Wolff, who's mistakenly thrown to for a BBC story on Roger Clemens' trial. After blinking quizzically when introduced as Ben Walker, the baseball editor for the Associated Press, the anchor assumes that his beamed-in guest can't hear him. Then Wolff chimes in...
Ed Robertson of Barenaked Ladies
One of the highlights of Comic-Con 2010 was the surprise appearance of the quirky Canadian pop-rock band Barenaked Ladies at The Big Bang Theory panel to sing their catchy theme song to the hit CBS sitcom. (Sample lyric: "Religion or astronomy, Descartes or Deuteronomy, it all started with the big bang.") It was an exhilarating moment for the crowd — and the cast. "To hear thousands of fans screaming and singing along with them was truly moving for me," says Simon Helberg, aka Howard Wolowitz. "Nothing to make a man question his masculinity like crying during an accordion solo."
Jazz from My Strange Addiction
Meet Jazz, one of the subjects profiled on this week's My Strange Addiction (Sunday, 10/9c, TLC). Jazz has been growing her fingernails for 22 years. Her longest is 24 inches long. How she isn't a local celebrity in Atlanta, where she lives, is beyond me. In fact, how she isn't the Queen of the World is beyond me. Like, why am I just hearing about this woman now? Why hasn't she been issued presidencies and Purple Hearts and Congressional Medals of Calcium and Nobel Cosmetic Prizes? She is amazing, and her hands are by far the wackiest things I've seen on TV all week (and I watch America's Got Talent, so that's really saying something)...
Cloo, the NBCUniversal cable network formerly known as Sleuth, as ordered its first-ever original show.
Killer Instinct, a 13-part true-crime series, will premiere Saturday, Sept. 17 on the crime-and-mystery channel. The one-hour show explores some of the country's most notorious crimes, as seen through the eyes of FBI criminal profiler Mark Safarik.
Safarik, who has helped solve countless high-profile cases, will show how...
Haven fans may not recognize Duke Crocker's new love interest, but she's no stranger to his past.
"This woman [played by Vinessa Antoine] appears, who, it turns out, is technically married to Duke," Eric Balfour tells us. "It was a whirlwind shotgun wedding and she's kind of a con artist like Duke is. Somewhere along the lines she burned him."
Bradley James and Colin Morgan
Merlin is conjuring up another season at Syfy. The drama, which saw its ratings rise in season three, will be back for a fourth season in 2012.
The show — known as The Adventures of Merlin throughout the rest of the world, outside of...