Thursday, October 17, 2013

From LA Examiner: 'Supernatural' Photos; FOX Orders Another Genre Drama; 'Franklin & Bash' Renewed; 'The Big Bang Theory' Art Show Comes to LA...



The CW's Supernatural has taken on a lot of fantastical creatures, and the show has even dove into the idea that famous movie characters were real (remember Dracula?), but never before have those characters actually been real. But it's season nine now, and in order to keep Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) on their toes (and maybe have at least one of them utter a "Now I have seen everything!"), the show is introducing one very special movie character come to life: Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz... [MORE]


"FOX orders Hieroglyph, another genre drama, for 2014"

Keep track, television fans, because at the rate of pick-ups FOX is giving us for the 2014-2015 television season, it doesn't seem like they have a whole lot of plans for many of their current shows to still be on next year. After all, they are a network with finite number of hours (they still don't program the 10 p.m. hour, for example), and even if they are looking for shorter, more "event" oriented orders, they already have a lot in the works! Today they announced yet another one, Hieroglyph, which will be a "fantastical action-adventure show" with a 13-episode series order... [MORE


"TNT renews Franklin & Bash for season four"

Cue the continued feud with Rob Lowe because TNT has renewed Franklin & Bash for a fourth season! The popular buddy legal drama starring Breckin Meyer and Mark-Paul Gosselaar will deliver ten new episodes, slated to air in summer 2014... [MORE] 





"The Big Bang Theory fan art show comes to Los Angeles"

 
If you're a fan of The Big Bang Theory, you're going to want to get yourself to Los Angeles sometime between this weekend and November 10 2013. In those few weeks, Nucleus and Warner Bros. will present "The Physics of Friendship: A Tribute to The Big Bang Theory," which is designed to celebrate the very best in fan art... [MORE]


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