"We need less adventures, not more adventures." We the longtime fans of Futurama would disagree with Cyclopean Leela's assessment as the delightfully berserk outer-space toon begins its final run on Comedy Central (Wednesday, 10/9), which revived the show long after Fox dropped it.
These days, it's not easy being the lone liberal commentator on Fox News Channel's daily ensemble chat show The Five (5/4c). With the recent stream of Obama administration scandals, co-host Bob Beckel says he has "often felt like the only fireplug at the Westminster Dog Show."
Austin & Ally's Laura Marano
Move over, Hannah Montana — Ally Dawson just might be the newest singing sensation to take over the Disney Channel. In the June 23 episode of Austin & Ally, titular songwriting star Ally (Laura Marano) will finally move out of the studio and onto the stage to perform her own song — but not without some trouble in the spotlight. One glitch: a new recording artist, Kira, who happens to be the daughter of Starr Records' head honcho, signs on as the label's newest artist and wants to rock her first performance with none other than Ally's song. Will Ally get her big moment?&
Natalie Martinez, Colin Ford, Jeff Fahey, Mike Vogel
Chester's Mill: A nice place to visit. A terrible place to be trapped beneath an invisible force field.
Yet CBS is hoping for a captive audience when the network unveils its ambitious adaptation of Stephen King's novel about a quaint Maine town with a big problem. Not that ...
Ever wondered what happened to Mad Men's Don Draper after the swinging '60s ended? John McNamee, a comic and writer, has created the Twitter account @80sDonDraper to give voice to the character's Reagan-era musings. We asked McNamee for some insights into Don's future.
New Girl's Max Greenfield recently added awards-show host to his résumé, emceeing the 12th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball, which honors people who help L.A.'s homeless land jobs. Here are five other things he's doing on his summer break.
Michael McMillian and Anna Camp
Holier-than-thou horndog Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) was last seen on HBO's True Blood as a minister's cheating Mrs. back in 2009. When the crazed character reappears in Bon Temps on June 30, we'll learn "she's written a best-selling book about what it means to be a Christian fighting vampires," Camp says. "And she's working her way into politics, because she's craving more power and fame."
That ain't all she's craving.
Clark Gregg, Brett Dalton and Chloe Bennet
At the 3rd Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards, actors celebrated last season's best series — and looked ahead to the shows they're planning to program on their DVRs.
Phineas and Ferb
Princesses, pop stars and superheroes will be among the many Disney favorites taking over the Anaheim Convention Center on August 9—11 for the biennial D23 Expo. The celebration of all things Disney will include the stars and creators of several popular shows from the Disney Channel, Disney XD and Disney Junior.
Among the big Disney Channel events being showcased are Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel, a summer special in which the boys meet the superheroes of (Disney-owned) Marvel Comics; Teen Beach Movie, a live-action musical airing July 19; and Wander Over Yonder, the upcoming animated series from The Powerpuff Girls creator Craig McCracken and starring 30 Rock alum Jack McBrayer (both of whom will be in attendance).
Nancy Lee Grahn
What the hell happened to the Mad Tweeter? General Hospital star Nancy Lee Grahn — she of the whopping 117,000-plus Twitter followers — has barely let out a Tweet in the last couple of weeks, and she's got a damn good reason why: She's writing and producing a series of star-studded comedy bits for the 40th annual Daytime Emmy Awards telecast (airing Sunday, at 8/7c on HLN)! TV Guide Magazine got the scoop from the super-swamped diva.