Thursday, March 27, 2014

If your true Match was standing right in front of you...would you know?

MTV has decided to renew their new hit reality show, "Are you the One". Are You The One was social experiment on modern love. In this 10-week social experiment where 10 women and 10 men participated in a rigorous matchmaking process created to quantify compatibility, including weekly tests of physical attraction, personality traits and relationship history assessments. According to MTV, Season 2 will feature new singles whisked away to another exciting location where they will immerse themselves in the challenge of discovering who their perfect matches are. If you want to audition to be on the show please check out MTV's casting site. (Just remember you gotta be hot and for the girls look good in a bikini, kidding not kidding) The season 2 contestants will once again compete for the million dollar prize.

So do you wanna be on Are You The One? Who was your favorite couple this season? Let us know in the comments

NBC starts planning 2015- 2016 with JLO

  There is one less drama slot open for NBC's Fall 2015 season. In a somewhat unprecedented move, NBC has given a 13-episode straight-to-series order to Shades Of Blue. Shades of Blue is a drama that will star Jennifer Lopez, she will also executive produce with her American Idol co-star Ryan Seacrest. Shades of Blue is a complex police series that centers on Harlee McCord (Lopez), a single mother and detective recruited to work undercover for the FBI’s anti-corruption task force. She is apart of a close-knit unit known for its conviction record. However, the story begins when Harlee has become compromised by her colleagues — all of whom have pitched in to help her raise her daughter — and finds herself faced with the moral dilemma of working against her cop brothers in order to redeem herself. This will be the first drama from reality powerhouse RSP’s.

The brass at NBC "We’re especially excited that Jennifer is returning to her acting roots from such great movies as Out of Sight, and they know that she will create this complicated character in a vivid way that will breathe new life into the cop show genre. Ryan Seacrest is part of the NBCU family and doing his first scripted drama series with us makes perfect sense.”

What do you think? Are you excited to see Lopez back on the small screen?

E! Orders Drama ‘The Royals’ As First Scripted Series

E! Is striving to make history, by picking up its 1st scripted drama. The network has picked up one of its first two scripted pilots, The Royals starring Elizabeth Hurley, to series. Royals is a 1 hour scripted drama about a fictional British Royal family set in modern London that is informed by the regal opulence of the British monarchy, and has enough drama to be a Shakespeare play. "The Royals will offer a fictional look behind the very public gilded fa├žade of the palace gates to imagine the private, lush, fun, sexy world of the most-watched celebrity family on the planet,” said E! EVP Original Programming and development Jeff Olde said. Set and filmed in Great Britain, Royals stars Hurley, Vincent Regan, Haley Lu Richardson, William Moseley, Alexandra Park, Tom Austen, Jake Maskall, Ukweli Roach and Oliver Milburn. It centers on Prince Liam (Moseley), who is thrust in the spotlight after his older brother, the beloved Prince Robert, is killed in a military training accident. Liam is in love wita young American woman, Ophelia (Richardson), the daughter of the royal family’s head of security who is studying art history and dance and who helps him cope with the loss of his brother and his new position as the next King of England. But her secret romance with Liam will bring her into conflict with the Queen (Hurley). The Royals will be a show filled with twists and turns and a type of royal spectacle that most of the world never gets to see.


Are you excited for The Royals? Let us know in the comments,

Save the Cheerleader Save the World or Something Like That

 If you were near a television when the first season of Heroes came out, no doubt you remember this tag line. Watching the beautiful Hayden Panettiere, break her neck multiple times and still walk away without a scratch was entertaining for 4 seasons until the show was eventually cancelled. The original series chronicled the intertwined stories of unrelated ordinary people who discovered they had superhuman abilities and learned they were part of a grand plan that brought them together to change the world. NBC has decided to revive this iconic show as an event miniseries, much like Fox is reviving its hit drama 24. The 13-episode new standalone arc entitled Heroes: Reborn, will air in 2015. Heroes: Reborn will feature a new group of characters, though “we won’t rule out the possibility of some of the show’s original cast members popping back in,” NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salke said. The characters and storylines from Heroes: Reborn will be introduced in a digital series prior to the launch of the TV miniseries.

Even though it was cancelled in May 2020, the show has quickly earned a cult status, with fans still passionate about it and rallying to bring it back even after NBC abandoned an idea of doing a 2-hour TV movie or 4-hour miniseries to wrap the show’s storyline. Heroes has been one of the most profitable titles for NBC’s sister studio, Universal TV, ranking as its biggest international and DVD seller. Maybe encouraged by the great reaction fans of 24 have had to the reboot of that cult series as an event mini, NBC opted to step in and take in the project as a miniseries.

Monday, March 24, 2014

VH1 Grabs New Scripted Series, Hindsight

VH1 has picked up new drama Hindsight, giving the hour long drama a 10-episode series pickup. The show is slated to premiere in early 2015. Hindsight, is set in 1990s New York and stars Laura Ramsey, and Sarah Goldberg. The show revolves around Becca (Ramsey) who, as she nears 40, is about to embark on her second wedding to Andy Kelly, but her joy is tempered by the absence of her old best friend Lolly (Goldberg) who’s a no-show, having dropped out of their relationship years ago. As Becca mulls over her past with Lolly and the mishap of her marriage to her first husband, Sean (Horner), she wakes up on her wedding day in 1995 – she’s about to marry Sean, a bad-boy artist who is all wrong for her – and she knows her first move must be to reconnect with Lolly to re-live that day. Can she “make it right” by living her life all over while re-adapting to life in New York City in the ’90s – a time of smoking in bars, carrying pagers, having an AOL email address? “Hindsight is a great mix of sweetness, drama, ’90s nostalgia and humor,” Levison. This female center drama seems to be the way VH1 is heading in regards to their scripted dramas. Although it is a slightly confusing premise, the show should be entertains to watch.

What do you think, are you looking forward to Hindsight?

High Rated Drama Single Ladies’ Cancelled, To Bite the Dust

VH1 started in a new direction when they produced their first scripted drama, Single Ladies. The show produced by Queen Latifah‘s Flavor Unit, is set to end its run after three seasons. Today's March 24th season finale will also serve as the shows series finale, despite its high ratings. VH1 said in a statement that “Although we’ve decided not to move forward with another season, we hope to work again with the talented cast, creatives and producers as well as our partners at Flavor Unit Entertainment in the near future. We also thank the show’s fans for their support since the premiere in 2011.” Single Ladies is leaving on a high note. Its third season opener drew 2.6 million viewers. For the premiere airing and its same night encore combined, Single Ladies grew each seasons:, posting 2.9 for the season premiere, 3.2 million for the Season 2 opener and 3.5 million for Season 3. The dramedy Single Ladies started off as a movie before becoming VH1′s first hour long scripted series. It led the way for VHI's summer hit, Hit The Floor, and the pick up of VHI's new series, Hindsight.

So how do you feel? Are you sad to see it go? Let us know in the Comments!

Thursday, March 13, 2014

It's over Raising Hope has been Cancelled After Four Seasons

The fourth season finale for Fox's Raising Hope, will also serve as the shows series finale. The sitcom will end it's run Friday, April 4th featuring back-to-back episodes from 9-10 PM. Raising Hope was the first comedy series in a while to stick at Fox. It ended up being a good utility player, doing well behind New Girl but also as a 8 PM anchor of the Tuesday comedy block last season. “Getting to know and love the Chance family on Raising Hope has been a sweet, hilarious ride,” said Fox chairman Kevin Reilly and COO Joe Earley. “Thanks to the incredibly talented cast — along with Greg, Mike and the entire crew — for making us laugh for four fantastic seasons.” Raising Hope languished when it was sent to Fridays, a 0.5 18-49 rating this past Friday. There is still some hope, the show has been sold in broadcast syndication. With New Girl, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and The Mindy Project just renewed and Raising Hope cancelled, the fate of two Fox comedy series — freshmen Dads, Enlisted, and the upcoming Surviving Jack remains in limbo. Dads is considered to have a little better chance of coming back.

Pissed about Raising Hope ending, or ready to let it go? Tell us how you feel in the comments

New Drama Series for USA Network

The as-of-now, untitled drama starring Matt Passmore (the Glades) has been ordered to series on USA Network. This untitled drama series aka the Sean Jablonski project has been given a 10 episode season 1 pickup. The Sean Jablonski project is a provocative drama exploring a marriage that has hit a lag. The show follows investment banker Neil Truman (Passmore) who accidentally discovers his wife’s (Stephanie Szostak) involvement with an escort. The new series is set to film in Georgia and will premiere this summer. “This is a powerful new addition to our drama slate and marks the next generation of sophisticated storytelling for USA,” said USA Network President Chris McCumber. This show is a big step for USA Network, in their push to get away from drama procedurals with appealing leads that put it on the map and propelled it to the top cable ratings spot. With the pickup of Sean Jablonski, from USA’s sister studio UCP, there are three drama pilots that are yet to learn their fate, Rush and The Novice from Fox 21 and Complications from Fox TV Studios and Burn Notice creator Matt Nix. The series pickup for Sean Jablonski follows the recent series order for comedy Benched. The network’s upcoming series also include comedies Sirens and Playing House.