Hulu and YouTube are battling for subscribers for their respective live TV streaming services, according to a CNBC report out this morning, which says that Hulu Live has grown to 450,000 paying subscribers and YouTube TV has just over 300,000. Both are still trailing competitors including Dish’s Sling TV, which has more than 2 million estimated subscribers, and AT&T’s DirecTV… Read More
Warning: This post contains major spoilers for and violent content from all five seasons of Breaking Bad. It’s officially been ten years since Bryan Cranston first graced our television screens as down-and-out chemistry teacher Walter White in Breaking Bad. But his metamorphosis into meth kingpin Heisenberg over five epic seasons still hasn’t left our minds.…
Scott M. Gimple is out (sort of), Angela Kang is in.
The Walking Dead will return for a ninth season with Kang, a writer on the show since Season 2, occupying the showrunner’s seat. She’s the series first female showrunner, following Gimple, Glen Mazzara, and Frank Darabont.
Gimple, who has been the showrunner since Season 4, brought stability to the AMC series after tumultuous early years when lawsuits and creative differences between key decision-makers loomed over all. He’ll now move into the role of Chief Content Officer for AMC’s Walking Dead brand, which includes both the main series and the Fear the Walking Dead spinoff. Read more…
New Zealand’s best singing comedy duo is heading back to your screens.
HBO announced that Flight of the Conchords will make a return in the form of a one-hour special set to air in May.
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The comedy special was taped in front of live sold-out audience during their UK visit, featuring classic songs and originals performed as part of the “Flight of the Conchords Sing Flight of the Conchords Tour.”
Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie first debuted on HBO in 2005 in an episode of the stand-up series “One Night Stand,” then reappeared again 2007 for their self-titled hit series. Read more…
The truth is out, uh, there — Gillian Anderson is officially leaving The X-Files.
The actress, known for her iconic role as FBI Special Agent Dana Scully, confirmed her departure from the show on Wednesday at a Television Critics Association press panel.
Reported by The Hollywood Reporter, Anderson said, “It’s time for me to hang up Scully’s hat. It just is. I’m finished, and that’s the end of that.”
The X-Files returns for Season 11 in 2018, and will mark the last ride for Scully. At New York Comic-Con in October, Anderson indicated that the new season would be her last, although FOX issued a statement at the time saying Anderson “has not commented on returning as it’s premature in that she is currently filming the new event series.” Read more…
If you haven’t already seen the latest season of Black Mirror, what are you doing? There are six new episodes to enjoy and we watched them all. As expected, we were left shocked, confused, and a little heavy. For those who have watched, let’s break down the episodes and recap what we thought of them. What […]
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So, the steamed hams skit in The Simpsons’ “22 Short Films About Springfield” is a pretty hot meme right now.
Also known as “Skinner & The Superintendent,” the scene featuring Superintendent Chalmers and Principal Skinner is one of the show’s funniest, but has landed an extra bit of comedic oomph thanks to the plethora of remixes by people on the internet.
In case you haven’t been keeping up, here’s the steamed hams skit performed to a custom Guitar Hero song, for some reason.
Or this guy who hasn’t seen The Simpsons before, so he improvises the whole scene in one take. Read more…
If you lived under a rock during 2017 (can I come too?), it was a year in which various sexual harassers were outed for being awful.
It was a year that the conversation around harassment, power and abuse started to be taken seriously, but it seems like Australian television station Channel Nine — who had its own problems recently, missed the memo.
In a commercial for its upcoming season of Married at First Sight, it featured Dean, a man looking for a woman who will listen to him, and openly wants to be the “man in charge” in the household. Read more…
Nine years ago, the federal government painfully pushed the public into the arms of digital TV. Soon enough, we could be making that upgrade all over again.
Binge-watchers would know the feeling of having to wait for the next season of their favorite show/s. Sometimes they’ll also get hyped by TV series that coming out next year. But with so many shows out there (even I can’t keep up anymore), we all want to know which one we should invest our time […]
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The mid-season 8 finale packed a gut punch
John Roberts is a voiceover actor most famous for his character Linda Belcher on FOX’s Bob’s Burgers. Roberts imitated his Brooklyn-born mother in comedy videos on YouTubeBob’s Burgers creator Loren Bouchard took note and turned the character into Linda.
Learn more about the life of a voiceover actor in our new series, Supporting Players. Read more…
A new market analysis predicts the slow death march of pay TV will continue.
If there is one show that you should start binge-watching, it’s Alias Grace, a crime-drama Netflix series based on a 1996 novel of the same name. Written by Margaret Atwood, Alias Grace follows the story of Grace Marks, an Irish immigrant who becomes a domestic servant in Canada. In 1843, Grace is convicted of murdering her […]
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Lately, it seems like celebrities have caught the travel bug. Some flew off to Italy and others visited Japan. Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff are no exception as they took a last minute trip to Seoul, Korea a few days before their wedding. (Wink!) A post shared by Anne Curtis (@annecurtissmith) on Nov 3, 2017 […]
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The cult Australian horror film which we’re pretty sure would put any tourist off from visiting the country, Wolf Creek, returned as a television series late last year.
Well, it’s back again for a six-part second season, set to premiere on December 15 on Australian streaming service Stan. The announcement was made with a trailer, just in time for Halloween.
The premise is somewhat the same as previous iterations of the series, but this time it’s an entire busload of “soft tourists,” who find themselves running into trouble with the frightening Mick Taylor (played by John Jarratt) in the middle of the country’s outback. Read more…
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane seems to know a lot more than he gives off.
Following the allegations of sexual assault and harassment against Harvey Weinstein, a clip from the best supporting actress Oscar nominations in 2013 went viral.
MacFarlane made an awkward joke about the nominees, and congratulated them because they “no longer have to be pretend to be attracted” to Weinstein.