Wednesday, May 15, 2013

From LA Examiner: 'The Goodwin Games' Advance Review; CBS 2013-2014 Schedule; TNT and TBS Development Slate; 'The LA Complex' DVD Release Date...


This time last year, FOX announced plans to premiere a new comedy series about estranged siblings who had to compete for their inheritance. The premise, while quirky, was designed to bring these very different adults back into each others' lives and instill a sense of family and togetherness, something that comes with a lot of heart, even if its sense of humor is a bit off-beat. It was certainly one of the more unique comedies to come out of last pilot season. It's been a long while, and the premiere of The Goodwin Games is finally upon us. Unfortunately, though, it isn't quite worth the wait... [MORE]


"CBS announces 2013-2014 primetime television schedule"
 
Fall 2013 television schedules are being finalized all over the industry this week, with networks making their programming plans public to advertisers and press alike during the annual upfront presentations in New York City. This is only the first parade the networks will do with their talent, to showcase the future of their shows and tell us to get on board. CBS has just announced its schedule... [MORE]


"Turner is developing shows with Diablo Cody, Jamie Foxx, Elizabeth Banks, more"

Turner Broadcasting held its annual upfront presentation this morning and announced an impressive development slate across both its drama (TNT) and comedy (TBS) networks. Turner is getting into bed with big names and branching outside their usual comfort zone to include talk shows, new game shows, and additional scripted series to add to their ever-expanding slate... [MORE


"The L.A. Complex Complete Series hits DVD Summer 2013"

The L.A. Complex was one of LA TV Insider Examiner's most surprising gems of the television landscape last year. We never expected to fall so hard for the Canadian drama about kids just trying to make it in Los Angeles, and yet, there we were, week after week, completely obsessed with Abby's (Cassie Steele) constant screw-ups; Raquel's (Jewel Staite) "screw you" attitude; and of course, Kal's (Andra Fuller) struggle to accept his own sexuality. And we could not be more thrilled to relive the drama (and the laughs-- and of course the music) over and over with the Complete Series DVD box set being released this summer... [MORE] 


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