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Torchwood coming to the US.

I’ve been a little busy, so I missed the announcement that Torchwood is coming to Starz. I’m cautiously optimistic about the news. FOX had been interested in bringing the show to the US but ended up passing. That was fine by me since there were rumors that they planned on making changes to Captain Jack’s omnisexual nature. Captain Jack as a straight man?!? As if.

Read more about the new show at MTV news.

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Why Flash Forward was cancelled.

TV Squad lists the “Four Reasons Flash Forward Was Cancelled”:

“The bottom line is that the creators failed to deliver on the promise of the premise. People were intrigued by the idea of ‘FlashForward.’ The pilot tested well and, by early buzz, it looked like ABC may have found their “replacement” for ‘Lost.’ But while ‘Lost’ got more and more complex and intense as it went along, ‘FlashForward’ quickly went off the rails.”

Read the rest of the article here.


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Say goodbye to another show.

Flash Forward is officially cancelled. So, that happened. Ugh.

This is why I hate watching shows like FF. I liked this show in the beginning, then ABC thought it would be a really cool idea to take a break in the middle of the drama. When it came back it had lost a big chunk of it’s following and was never able to get it back. Apparently, they will also be leaving viewers hanging with several unresolved questions.


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Sorry for the delay folks.

Wow, I suck. Sorry for the lack of posts. It’s been a little busy lately.  Here’s a little something to hold you over until I get back to posting regularly.

Ever notice how incompetent all those infomercial people are? They can’t crack an egg, chop a tomato or use a blanket correctly. Morons. Enjoy this mash up of all the chaos created by the inability of infomercial peeps to use their brains to complete simple tasks:


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David Mills.

David Mills, television writer for iconic shows including Homicide, The Wire, The Corner and the upcoming Treme, passed away yesterday at age 48. TV Critic, Alan Sepinwall, wrote a really sweet tribute on his blog:

“Mills was, in fact, the very first friend I made in the TV business, and one of the few for whom I wouldn’t have to put quote marks around the word.”