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Get ready for the fifth season of TV’s most convoluted cartoon.
Proof positive that Hollywood had no idea how to turn a TV show into a movie during the ’90s
Popdose is giving away one copy of China Beach: the Complete Series to one lucky reader!
It’s Cheers vs. Three’s Company in the championship of Popdose’s March Madness: ’80s Sitcom Edition tournament!
Popdose’s March Madness: ’80s Sitcom Edition tournament enters the Final Four round!
Popdose’s March Madness: ’80s Sitcom Edition tournament enters the Elite Eight round!
We’re down to 8 on American Idol. Will Lazaro be rightfully eliminated or is he Teflon?
Who should appear on the upcoming season of UnSung? We take a look.
Popdose’s March Madness: ’80s Sitcom Edition tournament continues with the first half of second round matchups.
Popdose’s March Madness: ’80s Sitcom Edition tournament continues with the second half of first round matchups.
Popdose kicks off the March Madness: ’80s Sitcom Edition tournament with the first round of matchups.
The 10 American Idol finalists sing for their lives. Who was good and who was terrible?
Tiffany and GG finish up their list of the top 20 American Idol contestants of all-time.
Photo via screenrant.com As a prelude to the twelfth season of American Idol, rather than do a normal preview of this season’s talent, I wanted to do something with a more historical scope. My Reality Check podcast partner-in-crime Tiffany ( @TVProducerLady ) and I jumped on Skype for a couple hours and went through every single top 12 (13 in some seasons) finalist in all eleven previous seasons and discussed them ad nauseum. We didn’t come up with a specific algorithm [...]
Popdose’s March Madness: ’80s Sitcom Edition tournament is coming! Here’s what you need to know.
Alright, Timberlake. I’m sold.
Recalling the phenomenon of the last episode of M*A*S*H
Best animated series on television right now? Yup. Steve waxes poetic on FX’s “Archer.”
The hit TV show “R&B Divas” returns for a second season with added divas and a West Coast expansion!
So this is Valentine’s Day? They can keep it! OK, so maybe I shouldn’t be saying that, after all I’m hitched and as a decent husband I should be overspending today on flowers, candy and teddy bears in hopes that my wife will repay me in … making awesome dinner for me! I’m a hopeless romantic, but I’ve never understood why we have to go out of our way this one day to love someone we should be loving just [...]
All of the stuff Big Money & Demick talk about in the latest Blerd Radio podcast may turn out to be admissible in court someday. In which case, I guess we’ll have to take the FIF!!!
New Blerd Radio…make sure you listen and don’t get catfish-ed!!
It was 10 years ago this week that “Chappelle’s Show” debuted on Comedy Central. Let’s take a look back at one of the most important comedies of our time.
Bill Cosby’s appearance on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” is certainly on the odd side. Plus, Vanessa Huxtable returns to TV.
Our last best of 2012 list comes from Big Money. Allow him to adorn you with his picks.
It’s been a long time since I’ve been excited for anything on late night TV. Sure, Conan’s cool. Fallon’s OK, and I can hang with Letterman every now and then. But nothing has been the same since Arsenio Hall signed off in 1994, after a five year run that did much for the representation of urban culture on television. Guess what, boys and girls? Arsenio is back this September with a new talk show! Thanks to his success on the [...]
Ted Asregadoo revisits the NBC post-apocalyptic drama, “Revolution.”
Even if you weren’t an Emblem3 fan, you had to be surprised to see them go instead of Fifth Harmony. Simon’s pandering to the audience for votes for Fifth Harmony more than likely hurt Emblem3′s chances. He pandered for the wrong team. It left us with a rather bland final three. Tate Stevens was an early favorite who got boring mid-season and finished strong. Carly Rose has been consistently good all season long. And Fifth Harmony has been terribly inconsistent [...]