The Terminator really wasn't kidding when he said, "I'll be back."
Skydance Production and Annapurna Pictures, the producers behind the 2015 film franchise reboot, are teaming up for a new Terminator TV series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Scandal will have a slightly shorter third season than expected: The season's episode order has been cut down from 22 to 18, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
ABC didn't provide a reason behind the decision, but it's likely to accommodate Kerry Washington's real-life pregnancy. The actress is due in the spring and the series has chosen not to write the pregnancy into Olivia's story line.
Sound of Music Live
NBC has a lot to sing about: The Sound of Music Live! delivered massive numbers Thursday night.
The three-hour live production drew 18.5 million viewers and a 4.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, making it the night's most-watched ...
What is The Bear without his beard?
Mandy Patinkin appeared on Live! With Kelly and Michael Thursday sporting a surprisingly clean-shaven face. "I shaved it the minute I finished the last shot [of Season 3]," the Homeland star explained.
"I felt like I was taking off a Mickey Mouse mask. I had it for two years because I couldn't take it off because other things that were going on. I also felt about 20 years younger," he continued.
Snow monkeys don't monkey around when it comes to bathing in hot springs.
Sound of Music Live
When The Sound of Music sang, it soared. And scored, attracting an astounding 18.5 million viewers Thursday during NBC's ambitious three-hour live broadcast of the enduring Rodgers & Hammerstein classic. Climb every ratings mountain, indeed.
With stunning sets and backdrops, generally gorgeous and enjoyable singing — Those nuns! Those kids! — and fluid direction that attempted to minimize the vacuum effect of people performing to an otherwise empty and hollow-sounding soundstage, this was a pleasurable one-night-only stunt that felt like a major TV event. Trust me, there will be more where this came from. (Let's start casting The King and I now.)
Before our tears have even dried, Family Guy might be resurrecting Brian after shockingly killing him off last week.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the dog will return in the Dec. 15episode and will continue to play a role on the show. The logline for the episode, "Christmas Guy," which lists Brian in the cast of characters, reads: "Stewie devises a master plan to get the one and only thing he wants for Christmas."