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ABC renews "Wipeout"
Season 7 will now include a "Tournament of Champions."
What if Bill Cosby's new NBC comedy is the next "Michael J. Fox Show" disaster?
The Peacock has had a string of recent failures banking on past NBC stars, from Matthew Perry to Sean Hayes to Michael J. Fox. Why would a new Cosby show be any different?
Few watched HBO's "Looking"
Less than half of "Girls" viewers, or 338,000, stuck around for the show about three gay friends in San Francisco.
Jimmy Fallon hides his MacBook in the middle of an interview with Bill Gates
Watch the awkward scene from last night's "Late Night."
Jaimie Alexander joins Ryan Murphy's HBO pilot "Open"
She'll play Wes Bentley's wife in the examination of human sexuality.
"Betty White's Off Their Rockers" gets a Lifetime premiere date
The former NBC show will debut on Lifetime on Feb. 28.
Mick Jagger wants to create a "20 Feet From Stardom" scripted drama series
Jagger is also interested in turning the documentary about his backup singers into a Broadway musical.
The "Downton Abbey" porn parody will be called "Down On Abby"
The main servant in the British-made porn film has been named Master Bates.
One of the most foregone conclusions of this year's Oscar race, probably right up there with Best Visual Effects going to "Gravity," is the Best Original Song Oscar going to "Let It Go" from "Frozen." But maybe Disney doesn't think it's so in the bag, as a music video for the song featuring 25 languages just hit the web.
Check it out below. Your move, "Alone Yet Not Alone."
On "30 Rock," fake NBC executive Jack Donaghy once declared that the network's number two priority was to "Make it 1997 again through science or magic." Based on the news that the real NBC has cut a deal with Bill Cosby to star in a new sitcom — on the heels of an expensive and unsuccessful deal this season with Michael J. Fox, along with failures from other past NBC stars like Sean Hayes and Matthew Perry — it appears that the current administration has its eyes set on making it 1987 again, if not earlier.
NBC is bringing back Bill Cosby to star in a family comedy
Cosby, 76, is reuniting with "Cosby Show" producer Tom Werner to play the patriarch of a multi-generational family.
"Survivor: Cagayan" cast includes NBA All-Star who went to North Korea with Dennis Rodman
Cliff Robinson will be part of the brawn tribe. Other cast members include a nuclear engineer, a former Miss Kentucky USA, two former NFL cheerleaders and a pro poker player. PLUS: Meet the brain vs. brawn vs. beauty cast.
"24: Live Another Day" begins filming on the streets of London
See Jack Bauer with an overturned car.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and "The Mindy Project" sees their ratings soar
Fox's comedies benefitted from CBS being in repeats.
Jimmy Fallon and Bill Gates try to create a viral video
Check out their video for GatesLetters.com.
Letterman reunites with "son" Michael B. Jordan
Jordan's first acting gig was, at age 12, to play one of Letterman's children on "The Late Show." PLUS: Andy Samberg skies down Broadway for Letterman.
HBO orders an electronic music comedy from DJ Calvis Harris, Jay-Z, Will Smith
UK DJ Calvin Harris is teaming with Will Smith and Jay-Z on the project, set in the world of electronic music.
Jon Gosselin plans to sue Kate for primary custody of the sextuplets
"They live in fear of Kate," Jon tells In Touch. "Every time I see them, they tell me they want to live with me."
"Melissa & Joey" is hosting another "Sabrina" reunion
Elisa Donovan, who co-starred on "Sabrina" with Melissa Joan Hart, replaces Tara Reid.
Would you be surprised to learn that the Academy's goal of opening up the Oscars to a wider array of films with its expansion of the Best Picture field has hit a brick wall and that the complete obvious has, in fact, been the result? Mark Harris hit it out of the park yesterday with "The Christopher Nolan Effect," an analysis of how that simple rule change a few years ago has yielded, increasingly, the smallest assortment of Oscar nominated films in history. Key quote: "...there’s zero evidence that the expanded field has done anything but dilute the prestige of a nomination." The dilution has been my stance from the beginning but now there's data to back it up. Is it time for the Academy to do away with this dubious little experiment? [Grantland]
Showtime, HBO, Starz deny their subscribers are fleeing
The three pay cable channels blasted a study claiming there was a 6% decline in their subscriber base. ""Showtime and every other premium network have increased both subscribers and penetrations over the last two years," says a Showtime spokesperson.
Mindy Kaling talks about last night's "Mindy Project" shocker
"You should rewind it a bunch or make a GIF of it," she says. PLUS: "Mindy" has fixed a lot of its issues this season, and ex-"Leverage" star Gina Bellman lobbying for a "Mindy" gig.
Jonah Hill drops F-bombs in "SNL" promos
Is the 3rd time a charm?
Amazon denies it is launching a live TV streaming service
"We continue to build selection for Prime Instant Video and create original shows at Amazon Studios, but we are not planning to license television channels or offer a pay-TV service," an Amazon spokesperson said in reaction to a Wall Street Journal report.
"Modern Family" gets Stephen Merchant to play the butler
He'll take care of the three families during the Las Vegas episode.
Adrian Grenier on losing "Dawson's Creek" role: James Van Der Beek would've wanted "Entourage"
Van Der Beek revealed he and Grenier were finalists for the Dawson role. "I don't know, you might ask (James)," Grenier tells E! News, "but I imagine that he would've swapped with me to play Vince."
"Celebrity Big Brother" crew member caught flashing a "storyline" cue card
A spinoff show of the UK "Big Brother" inadvertently caught a crew member flashing what appeared to be a cue card.
Kristen Bell isn't happy with her "Veronica Mars" figurine
Conan says she looks like Jared Leto.
The Weather Channel wants DirecTV to let customers cancel without termination fees
The Weather Channel hopes the new strategy catches the attention of Washington.
David Lynch: "Twin Peaks" isn't coming back, but the blu-ray will have new bonus features
"Rumors are just that: rumors are rumors," he said recently. "There's always been rumors about things and there's no real truth to it. I don’t know where these rumors come from, but I think they were based on some misunderstandings of what’s going on." PLUS: A couple has a "Twin Peaks"-themed wedding.
"Simpsons" illustrator tweets early sketches from the Fox comedy
See Bart as the raven.
FX teases "The Strain"
Here's your first glimpse of the series from Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse.
A quick review of last night's "New Girl" coming up just as soon as I arrange for somebody to clear my internet history...
A review of last night's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" coming up just as soon as we play Wife or Dog...
PARK CITY - What makes a great action filmmaker truly great?
Is it just the ability to orchestrate and shoot mayhem? If so, then David Ellis would have to be considered one of the greats simply for the highway crash sequence in "Final Destination 2," and pretty much every other scene he ever shot would negate that idea. And if pure mayhem is what makes you great overall, then the destruction of Chicago means that none of Michael Bay's weaknesses as a filmmaker matter, right?
There are a number of directors out there right now who deserve more credit than they get as action filmmakers. Isaac Florentine does fantastic work in conjunction with various great fight choreographers like Larnell Stovall and Tim Man and working with action stars like Scott Adkins, for example, and I love the films that Ernesto Diaz Espinoza made with Marko Zaror, who should be a gigantic star just based on his physical presence and both the fun and the elegance of the way he fights.