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David Morrissey Has No Plans To Leave ‘The Walking Dead’

David Morrissey not planning to leave The Walkng Dead

David Morrissey, who was recently cast as the lead in AMC’s new series Line of Sight, said he has no plans to leave The Walking Dead anytime soon. In Line of Sight, Morrissey plays Lewis Bernt, a National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigator who survives a mysterious crash and goes on a mission to discover… Read more »

‘Scandal’ Creator Shonda Rhimes Knows How And When The Series Will End

Shonda Rhimes: Scandal has an expiration date

Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes recently revealed that she knows how and when the series will end. Scandal focuses on Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington), a former White House Director of Communications turned crisis management consultant who is known as the best “fixer” in Washington, D.C. She and her team of “Gladiators” have a penchant for making… Read more »

Seth MacFarlane: Is His New ‘Bordertown’ Show Too Racist?

Seth MacFarlane gets new animated comedy series on Fox

Seth MacFarlane, the creator of Family Guy, and collaborator Mark Hentemann, are trying their hand once again at a new comedy for Fox. MacFarlane managed to persuade the powers-that-be at Fox to air a 13-episode show called Bordertown. The story is set in a made up desert town on the U.S.- Mexico border and focuses… Read more »

‘Downton Abbey’ Renewed For Fifth Series

Downton Abbey renewed for fifth series

Downton Abbey has been renewed for a fifth series by ITV. Carnival Films confirmed the renewal Sunday, ahead of the period drama’s fourth series finale. Creator Julian Fellowes will return as head writer, along with executive producers Liz Trubridge and Gareth Neame. “Audiences have enjoyed their regular Sunday evening visits back to Downton once again… Read more »

Scott Baio In Guest Appearance On ‘Sam & Cat’

Scott Baio On Return To Arrested Development: 'I Know Nothing'

Scott Baio made a guest appearance on Nikelodeon’s Sam & Cat show recently. The show’s star, 20-year-old Ariana Grand, said she loved working with the former Happy Days star: “It’s just so much fun to spend so much time with him because he spent his childhood, or his teen-hood I guess, working on one of… Read more »

‘Killing Kennedy’ Cast Feels Weight Of Historic Characters

Killing Kennedy cast feels the weight of historic characters

The Killing Kennedy cast felt the weight of the historic characters they were portraying while filming the new movie about one of the most traumatic and pivotal days in American history. We all know the story of what happened on November 22, 1963, when President John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie visited Dallas, Texas…. Read more »

‘Roots’ Remake Coming To History Channel

Roots Reboot Coming To History

Are you ready to revisit Roots? The 1977 miniseries that starred Levar Burton is getting a reboot for the History Channel. Back when it first aired as a television mini series, Roots was considered a controversial show for its depiction of slavery. Fast forward to the year 2013 and we are now making exciting films… Read more »

SpongeBob SquarePants Fired, Sparks Political Debate [Video]

SpongeBob SquarePants fired, sparks political debate

SpongeBob SquarePants gets fired in a special episode later this year, and the ramifications of the act are already inspiring political debate. Some skeptics claim a notorious line used in the episode was a slam on the Food Stamps benefit, and the rest is history. As you may know, SpongeBob SquarePants is a regular employee… Read more »

‘Full House’ Sequel Series A Hoax

Full House sequel series a hoax

Sorry to disappoint, Full House fans, but a sequel series featuring the Tanner girls as adults is apparently a hoax. Several media outlets, including The Inquisitr, picked up a report by Disney Treasures that stated the beloved ’90s sitcom would be getting a sequel written by the show’s original creator, Jeff Franklin. However, the piece… Read more »