MTV has renewed Teen Wolf for a second season, the network announced Wednesday. The hourlong drama will return with 12 new episodes in 2012.
"We're incredibly proud of this show. Executive producer Jeff Davis has brought an exciting, cinematic story to life with a...
As FX's firefighter drama Rescue Me begins its final season Wednesday (10/9c), it must contend with the question that has loomed over the series like a black cloud of smoke since Episode 1: Will there come a day when reckless hero Tommy Gavin won't come out of a burning building alive?
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Of course, fire isn't his only vice. Although Tommy (Denis Leary) survived the rescue effort on 9/11, his battle with alcohol and his revolving door of women have put him a number of situations that were just as life-threatening as running into the World Trade Center. So, after six years of ghosts, sex and gallons of booze, is there any chance Tommy escapes the series with a pulse?
"Obviously, you want to make sure it's a satisfying end of the journey for the viewers," co-creator and executive producer Peter Tolan tells TVGuide.com...
The Disney Channel is taking a stab at reality television with PrankStars.
"People think we're pranking stars — no," host Mitchell Musso tells TVGuide.com. "We find the stars, we look for their biggest fans and find a way to interact the star with their fans [who are the ones getting pranked]. We capture that moment."
The 82nd edition of Major League Baseball's All-Star Game — battered by criticism about the lack of stars — suffered a lack of viewers too.
The game, aka the "Midsummer Classic," attracted barely 10.08 million fans in prime time, according to preliminary Nielsen figures. Pending final numbers, it may be the smallest viewership the game has gotten since black-and-white televisions dominated living rooms — or ever.
Echo the parrot
Good news for those who look to birds for entertainment: Echo, the parrot who killed his first America's Got Talent audition but clammed up with "stage fright" during the Vegas round, soared on the season's first live show Tuesday night. Fun fact: birds don't just fly "Over the Rainbow"; they sing it as well. I think we can all agree that Echo is a very nice analog alternative to all the CGI talking animals that populate pop culture...