We’re almost midway through the year, and more importantly, we’re also almost finished with one of the more dull months for TV premieres of the year. July holds a lot more promise, with plenty of old favorites making a triumphant return. Here are just five you should tune into.
It’s June, that time of year that is generally considered a television wasteland: Broadcast networks lapse into re-runs and shows that they didn’t think were going to be popular enough to get a big enough audience at any other time of the year, and we’re all supposed to be thinking about what’s going to debut come the new fall season. So why am I excited about the next few months of viewing?
Now that the merger between NBC Universal and Kabletown – sorry, I mean, Comcast – has been approved by the FCC and introductory memos have been sent out to all staff members to make it official, it’s time for the peacock network to start living up to its new motto and make history (again). Here’re five thoughts how they can do that.
With holiday episodes of Eureka, Warehouse 13, Glee and Community amongst many others airing this week, here’s a very simple question: What television show would you want to see have a seasonal special?
If you’ve been missing your favorite USA Network shows, the network has announced the dates for the start of its winter schedule, including returns for White Collar, Royal Pains and new series Fairly Legal.
USA yesterday announced new seasons for White Collar, Royal Pains and Psych – making their 2011 original programming slate identical to this year’s.
The programming schedule has been released for the first full day of Comic-Con International. Thursday’s movie and television highlights include panels devoted to Tron: Legacy, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, RED and The Expendables — plus the “Visionaries” spotlight on J.J. Abrams and Joss Whedon.