I don’t know about you guys but after a full night of emotional television last night, I’m ready for a much more relaxed viewing experience for my Friday night. Here’s what I’ll be watching:
So far this fall, nearly twice as many freshman series have been given full season orders (seven) as have been canceled (four). That ratio is about to change, however, as networks start making tough decisions about shows still in limbo.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — So, all you actors and other folks with TV shows to promote, what do you have to say for yourself? Their proving ground was the just-ended Television Critics Association summer meeting, at which the TV industry paraded the stars and creators of next season’s fare to produce newspaper ink or […]
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Gordon Ramsay’s softer side comes out when the chef presides over aspiring kid cooks on a new reality show. Ramsay said Thursday at the Television Critics Association meeting that kids between 8 and 13 who love to work in the kitchen will face off on “MasterChef Junior” debuting Sept. 27. […]