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Time Shift: Belchers Move Half Hour Later

by Alex Beanon May 12, 2014
After owning the 7pm time slot for much of the spring, Fox’s animated comedy, “Bob’s Burgers”, will be moving a half hour later in the evening to accommodate professional football. With “American Dad” moving to cable network TBS for its 11th season premiere [in July 2014] and Fox airing NFL games this autumn, a schedule […]

Bob’s Burgers – Wharf Horse Or How Bob Saves/Destroys The Town, Part One – Season 4, Episode 21

by Alex Beanon May 12, 2014
Synopsis: Bob’s landlord, Mr. Fischoeder, is trying to revive interest in the Wonder Wharf, but his scheming borderline psychotic part-owner brother, Felix, is trying to close the Wharf and build overpriced condominiums. Details: The Wonder Wharf is under siege as the owner [and Bob’s landlord], Mr. Fischoeder [Kevin Kline] is trying to save the carnival-like […]


Comic Writers Try To Get A Leg Up On Kickstarter

by Alex Beanon May 9, 2014
Famous Mexican general Santa Anna used to have two good legs – then one of them got shot by a cannon and had to be amputated – all fairly standard fare for 1838 as far as war injuries go. But then Santa Anna decided to get weird – he had his amputated leg buried with […]

Marvel’s Agents All Get Good News

by Alex Beanon May 9, 2014
Marvel’s two agent-based comic-laden television series both received good news this week as “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” received a renewal order from ABC for its second season and “Agent Carter” starring Hayley Atwell [“Captain America: The Winter Soldier”] in the lead role as Peggy Carter will go straight to a television series for the network. “Agent […]

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Roberto Orci Being Considered To Direct Star Trek 3

by Alex Beanon May 9, 2014
Now that director JJ Abrams has moved on to the “Star Wars” franchise, Paramount Studios is considering handing over the directing reins of the other cosmic film franchise, “Star Trek”, to Roberto Orci, for “Star Trek 3”. Orci was a writer and producer for both previous films in the rebooted “Star Trek” film franchise and […]

Constantine Becomes Latest DC Comic Series To Make TV Debut

by Alex Beanon May 9, 2014
DC Comics is on a serious roll as three new television series based on its comics – “The Flash” [CW], “Gotham” [Fox] and “iZombie” [CW] – will be coming to the small screen this fall and they were joined by “Constantine”, which just received its series order from NBC. Constantine follows the story of John […]


iZombie Gets New Life

by Alex Beanon May 9, 2014
The new television “iZombie” was given its first breath of life as it was selected by the CW network to be one its new television series on the network this fall. The plot is based on a comic book series and follows medical student/zombie Liv [Rose McIver – “Once Upon A Time”] who must follow […]

CW Officially Picks Up The Flash For Virgin Season

by Alex Beanon May 9, 2014
In what was essentially a slam dunk maneuver, the CW network officially selected “The Flash” as one its new television series the network will be debuting this autumn. The series is an offshoot of the currently popular “Arrow” superhero-themed series [which was also renewed for a third season earlier this year] and stars Grant Gustin […]


More Dough In Store For Breadwinners

by Alex Beanon May 8, 2014
Nickelodeon rewarded a second season renewal to “Breadwinners” – an animated show about two ducks named SwaySway [Robbie Daymond – “Transformers: Rescue Bots] and Buhdeuce [Eric Bauza – “Ben 10: Omniverse”] who deliver bread from their rocket van and get into crazy adventures with their friends from their home planet of Pondgea. The second season […]

Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Trailer

by Alex Beanon May 8, 2014
Just when you think things could not get worse, along comes the worst day possible – this is the premise of the movie based on the popular childrens book of the same name, “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” starring Steve Carell and currently slated to be released on October 10, […]