Today Entertainment Weekly reports that Castle star, Nathan Fillion, has signed on for an 8th season of the crime drama. Even though there has been no confirmation of a renewal from network ABC. But let’s be honest, even with lower ratings (which EW states is not out of the ordinary for a show that’s run this long), it’s fully expected that the network will be back when the network picks up their Fall schedule this May.
So, Tomorrowland may have been co-written by Damon “I’m so much more awesome than you” Lindelof, but with Brad Bird at the helm, there’s no way I’m not excited about this. If you saw the teaser that came out awhile back, this spot gives you a little more of the fantastic to see.
Check it out after the jump.
Now, I enjoyed Ted, but not entirely sure how I feel about a sequel. BUT I have to admit the Super Bowl spot was pretty frickin’ hilarious. Check it out after the jump.
So THE WIL WHEATON PROJECT premiered on SyFy last night… and it was just, okay. I mean, I liked the format. Though itself, nothing new. A format we’ve seen for years on E! and, shall it rest in peace, G4. Comedic commentary on events in particular niche over the last week, usually set against a greenscreened set.
So it’s funny, The Big Bang Theory was probably 3 or 4 seasons in, and I had never heard of it. But my fellow geek-loving friends kept telling me, “Holy shit, you haven’t seen it?!! You SHOULD! You would love it!”
So, I looked up the showtime, gave it a chance, and, well… I hated it.
I really hated it. I mean, I thought it made fun of all the stereotypes I was picked on growing up loving pop-culture with such insatiable passion. I mean, I really looked at it as sort-of the “geek” version of The Jersey Shore.
And I was done.
But I guess I gave it a second chance. And somewhere along the way, I fell in love with the show. And I can’t get enough of it. But, where am I going with all of this? Well, CBS recently announced that, whether you hate the show, or love it, it’s coming back next season.
But not just next season, it’s been renewed not for just one season, but THREE!
That’s right, The Big Bang Theory is coming back for 3 seasons, and that will take it into 10 seasons. And I couldn’t be more excited.
It’s been a long time since I’ve been a regular viewer of FOX’s Family Guy. But much to my surprise, my Social Media Feeds have been a buzz with the news that Brian the dog died on last Sunday’s episode.
That’s right boys and girls, one of the best characters of the show was hit by a car and passed on. And for your consideration, that fateful moment…