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Music video by R.E.M. performing Drive. 2009 R.E.M./Athens, L.L.C. under exclusive license to Warner Bros. Records Inc. watch

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Posted: 10/7/2011

Trailer for Drive. A Hollywood stunt performer who moonlights as a wheelman discovers that a contract has been put on him after a heist gone wrong. watch

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Posted: 10/7/2011

When a man loves a woman this much, there is no telling... TV spot for Drive. watch

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Twitter: TV's New Battleground

It used to be that celebrity beefs were settled privately by their handlers and fan gripes were reserved for chat rooms. Now, with much of Hollywood hitting the social-network scene, these formerly undisclosed matters are on display for the world to weigh in on. The revolution is being Twitterized.

Whether it's Joan Rivers ripping on Lindsay Lohan, Suze Orman calling out the Kardashian sisters for hidden fees in their debit card (they've since dropped the project) or Kanye West blasting Matt Lauer, Twitter has become a public thunderdome where celebs can show their true colors in 140-character splashes free from publicist spin. read more

I've been amazed when people ...

Question: I've been amazed when people have said in previous Ask Matt questions that they don't want to start watching a show because of the chance it might be canceled. I've lived through the agony of having shows I've cared for canceled. I was crushed when Dark Angel ended mid-story. I was in agony when Firefly ended prematurely and stunned when Farscape was canceled after a gut-wrenching cliff-hanger. And there are many others: Wonderfalls, Dead Like Me, Veronica Mars, Drive. Doubtless there will be others. But I don't regret having watched any of these shows. Would my life have been less rich if I had never watched Firefly? Would I be better off if I had never seen Dead Like Me? I understand wanting a beloved show to go on for seven or eight seasons, but I'm grateful even for the brief glimpses into alternate realities that these shows provided. I would have loved to see where Wonderfalls would have gone, but I'm delighted that I got to experience the show at all. So yes, some of ... read more

Please give me some good ...

Question: Please give me some good news: that Traveler is coming back. I was treated to eight episodes of twists, turns, suspense and drama. Not to mention all-around good acting! I was happy to see such a thought-out and well-written show. If it is indeed gone, I am sick and tired of networks pulling this. If you don't think your show has the slightest chance of doing well, then please don't put it on the air. I purposefully stayed away from shows last season (e.g., Heroes) because I was afraid they would get canceled before they had a chance to go anywhere (like Drive). As for Traveler, I'd even be happy with another eight-episode mini-arc (next summer?) or a few "movies" to close it out. Answer: Lots of questions about Traveler since it signed off, but sorry, no good news. It was pretty obvious from the start that this show, being launched outside the regular season, was being burned off, and unless the numbers had somehow gone through the roof (which didn't happen), these eigh ... read more

After rescheduling it many ...

Question: After rescheduling it many times, Fox seems to have put off the last episodes of Drive in perpetuity. Are the final two episodes ever going to be shown on television?
Answer: Doesn't look like it. If the network couldn’t bring itself to burn off the last two hours on the 4th of July or a random Friday night in the summer (the graveyard of graveyard slots), what's left, 3 a.m.? You're better off looking for it online, I'd bet. Or, better yet, simply moving on ... read more

Fox's Drive Finale Rerouted to MySpace Site

A Fox spokesperson tells that the final two episodes of Tim Minear's Drive — which were originally slated to air July 4, then pushed back to July 13, but ultimately got unceremoniously yanked from the broadcast schedule entirely — are now set to be streamed on and network affiliate sites beginning Monday, July 16. read more

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Footage from the premiere for Drive at the 2011 Los Angeles Film Festival.
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Premiered: April 15, 2007, on FOX
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: In this drama, competitors in an underground road race go all-out to win as desperate, deeply personal quests impel them toward individual finish lines that could mean the difference between life and death.



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