In case you’ve forgotten Hollywood’s new golden boy (Abrams.. doi) got his action teeth wet with his C.I.A drama Alias. I guess you could say that Abrams loves his spy hi-jinx, because he’s back for more. Check out this brief clip of “Person of Interest“.
Gellar’s new series “Ringer” has been picked up by the CW! The good news about “Ringer” is that it’s from writer-producers Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder of Supernatural fame. It also stars Nestor (Is he wearing eye-liner) Carbonell from LOST.
Chuck has pulled off something spectacular, a 5th season pickup!
From what we’ve been hearing Chobot and Ryan Dunn (Jackass) will be working with Engineers to try and make some bad-ass video-game contraptions function in real life. I for one can’t wait to see a fully functioning Lancer or perhaps a Normandy 2.. Maybe they can even get a cadaver to carve up.. wishful thinking.
G4 is one of the few reasons I’m hanging onto cable. Few channels offer up exactly the type of programming I feel like watching after a long day at work. Yeah, it can be silly, juvenile, and repulsive, but so can I! Today G4 offers up a wide variety of programming geared toward America’s new national holiday, “April the Twentieth”.
This was by far my favorite episode of the three we were given. Workaholics episode 3: Office Camp Out is a fun and crazy homage to Die Hard and Home Alone. It takes a lot to make me laugh out loud, and I can honestly say that I may have peed a little during this episode.
Cable and I always had a rocky relationship. We would fight over bills and Cable was always late to dates. It just wasn't working. Why I ever settled down and got married to her I'll never know. When the final…
Part II of our exclusive interview with Comedy Central’s new show Workaholics!
What is it about a bunch of anthropomorphic cat people that has the internet in such a frenzy?
Fastforward a few years and I have to say that season 3 of the Clone Wars was one of the best adventures I’ve ever witnessed on televison, and I’m elated to say that it ended with a low rumbling Wookie growl last night during the 1-hour season finale.
NBC announced last week that after April 7th, Perfect Couples, the NBC sitcom starring nerd favorite Olivia Munn, will be pulled from the air and replaced with a new Paul Reiser sitcom. Nope you didn't read that wrong, it is…
Well my friends, the nerd gods have smiled upon us! Tonight Alison Brie (interview coming soon…ish) and Danny Pudi of Community take over the hosting duties on Attack of The Show!