The Blend: Andrew Rannells Takes Over For NPH, Grant Gustin Is All Wet and Misha Collin’s Bday GIFs

“American Horror Story: Freak Show” has a premiere date of October 8th on FX and the network released the first trailer which gives us just enough of a tease to want to see more. Well done! [iframe http://www.youtube.com/embed/2fCULL7NSuI 560 340] “Days Of Our Lives:” The drama escalated this week and the conflict that Freddie Smith […]

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The Blend at TCAs: Is ‘Supernatural” Baiting The Gays? “Marry Me’s” Gay Dads And Gay Men Singing!

Since the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour is still going on in Beverly Hills through next Wednesday, I’ve got a second Blend post this week with all sorts of LGBT goodness of what we’ll be seeing on our TVs this fall as well as a bit of eye candy and gay men singing. Let’s […]

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The Blend: ‘The Night Shift’ Gets Season 2 and Sean Hayes Books ‘The Millers’

“The Night Shift:” Good news for the freshman NBC medical drama in that a second season has been ordered. While the show isn’t breaking the mold in terms of medical dramas, I find myself liking the cast more and more and only hope the show can make itself stand a bit outside of the cookie cutter […]

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Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev and Paul Wesley of "The Vampire Diaries" (Photo: The CW)

CW’s ‘Vampire Diaries,’ ‘Arrow,’ ‘Supernatural’ Get Early Renewals

The CW has renewed “The Vampire Diaries,” “Supernatural” and “Arrow,” giving its buzziest shows early pick-ups for next season. All three supernatural dramas are high-profile for the network: the addictive “Vampire Diaries” will be heading into its fifth season; The CW’s longest-running series, “Supernatural,” is getting an impressive ninth season; and last fall’s breakout hit […]

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CW Announces Renewals for 5 of Its Series

NEW YORK — The CW network is announcing early pickups of five of its series for next fall, including an all-star version of “America’s Next Top Model” and the network’s hit drama, “The Vampire Diaries.” The network said late Tuesday that “Gossip Girl,” “90210,” and “Supernatural” also will be returning for another season. In the […]

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Is The CW This Season’s Most Successful Network?

The news for broadcast television networks is bleak: most new series are flopping.   What everyone assumed were surefire hits from big name producers like J.J. Abrams and Jerry Bruckheimer turned out to be of moderate interest to most viewers. There are no breakout hits on par with last year’s ‘Glee‘ and ‘Modern Family‘.  Most returning […]

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