The trilogy is now complete. Family Guy's popular series of Star Wars parodies — the Empire Strikes Back installment was the No. 3 best-selling Blu-ray release of 2009 — goes for the intergalactic trifecta with a spoof of Return of The Jedi.
As you can tell by TV Guide Magazine's exclusive first look at the poster art, the still untitled project retains its faithful tone...
In what may be the most anticipated animated return to television since Family Guy, Futurama finally debuts brand new episodes on Comedy Central (Thursday, 10/9c).
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"In my heart of hearts, I knew this show was too good to die," says Billy West, who actually sounds like...
The Cleveland Show
After giving an early Season 3 renewal to Glee, Fox has also green-lit a third season of fellow freshman series The Cleveland Show, the network announced Thursday.
"Looks like somebody's getting' some new rims for his Big Wheel! Many thanks to...
Lost's highly divisive series finale lifted ABC to an easy ratings win Sunday night, but the show's numbers no doubt fell short of expectations.
The 150-minute finale averaged 13.5 million viewers and was the show's highest-rated episode in two years. However, the hype surrounding the finale didn't translate to record-setting numbers. (ABC suggests that 20.5 million unique viewers tuned in for at least six minutes throughout the episode.)
Still, Lost fever carried the network. A two-hour clip show that preceded the finale drew ...
In the beginning, Jack took charge of the Oceanic survivors. And as "The End" begins, he's back in command — anointed by Jacob as the island's guardian and its protector from the Locke Monster, who now says he wants to destroy it. Where would that leave Ben, who seems to want to stay? Where's the island Desmond? How (and will) the L.A. and island stories merge? More questions? We each have 815, at least. Maybe we can thrash them out at a diner after tonight's concert. We understand that Drive Shaft is playing.
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Seth Green and Clare Grant
Seth Green and model-actress Clare Grant got married over the weekend, according to People.
The couple got hitched at ...
Chilling, jarring, charged, explosive. They all fit the description for this episode, which is jam-packed with one unforgettable scene after another. Hank gets his revenge for the bogus phone call about Marie being rushed to the hospital; Jesse is handed the ultimate get-out-of-jail-free card that he expects to use to trump the police and the DEA; and the loco brothers from Mexico with their ax to grind with Walt and Hank pull the trigger on their own plan for revenge.
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The Cleveland Show
Could the writers of The Cleveland Show have a future creating rhymes for Kanye West?
"It's like you're painting something to show Picasso," Cleveland Show co-creator and executive producer Mike Henry tells TVGuide.com of writing a rap for West, who voices a character in Sunday's episode. "He read it, and he was laughing. We had a room of five or six guys that wrote the rap, and Kanye joked we should write on his next album."
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West, the Grammy-winning rapper who is almost as well known for his antics as his music, voices Kenny West, a small-time rapper and the coolest kid in Stoolbend. When Cleveland Jr. falls for Kenny's girlfriend (voiced by Taraji P. Henson), they stage a rap-off to win the girl's heart.
Henry says getting West on board was a snap...
Fox will team up Hell's Kitchen with the new series MasterChef on Tuesday nights this summer.
Season 7 of Kitchen, the reality cooking series hosted by Gordon Ramsay, will debut Tuesday, June 1 (8/7c), and will run for two hours weekly until the premiere of MasterChef on...
Saying "David Simon has done it again" may be a cliché, but there's nothing hackneyed about this excellent new series from the creator of The Wire. The show begins three months after Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, and follows its citizens as they try to put their lives back together. As with any Simon project, plot and characters are hard to pin down, but the debut introduces Wire vets Wendell Pierce and Clarke Peters as, respectively, a star-crossed trombonist and a Mardi Gras Indian chief.
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