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“Archer” Team Discusses Big Changes in Season 5 Opener

by Ed Liuon January 14, 2014
The Hollywood Reporter caught up with key creative personnel on FX’s Archer at the Television Critics Association winter press tour, discussing the major change to the show’s status quo in the season 5 premiere (which debuted last night). Among other topics, the article discusses where the idea of the change came from, what the reaction […]
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Constantine Gets Pilot License

by Alex Beanon January 14, 2014
Chain-smoking, cursing, trenchcoat-wearing supernatural detective John Constantine is getting his own pilot episode at NBC television. The comic book detective who began life at Vertigo before moving over to DC Comics is the creation of Alan Moore but the pilot will be written by David Goyer, a writer on all three of Christopher Nolan’s “Batman” […]

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Archer – White Elephant – Season 5, Episode 1

by Alex Beanon January 14, 2014
Synopsis: Due to Malory’s lack of organizational sense, she has failed to register ISIS as a pseudo-spy agency with teh government and the FBI raids the ISIS headquarters, arrests everybody, hauls them down to interrogation and takes away their license to act as a pseudo-spy agency – but they still have that ton of cocaine, […]
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Gotham Gets Pilot And Batman

by Alex Beanon January 13, 2014
Fox originally announced that “Gotham” – its upcoming Batman-themed origins television series – was going to detail how Commissioner Gordon and various villains [Penguin, Joker, Riddler, etc..] came to occupy the Gotham City turf. But now, here comes the bonus gravy boat as it was newly announced that “Gotham” would also include the origins of […]

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Sorry Charlie, 3D Tuna Beret Is Starkist’s Newest Creation

by Alex Beanon January 13, 2014
The old hipster Charlie would have understood, because he was always being admonished – “Sorry Charlie, Starkist doesn’t want tunas with good taste, Starkist wants tunas that taste good!” – but this new hipster 3D animated hipster version of Charlie Starkist has created for their newest spokestuna? Well, the housewives seem impressed – but that’s […]
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Bob’s Burgers – Presto Tina-O – Season 4, Episode 10

by Alex Beanon January 13, 2014
Synopsis: It’s a magical episode as Tina yearns to be noticed by Jimmy Pesto Jr. and volunteers to become his magician’s assistant for a magician’s contest while Bob yearns to escape the magician’s “curse” placed upon him by a cheapskate magician visiting the restaurant. Details: Tina has a crush on Jimmy Pesto, Jr. and, as […]

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Review: ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Season 2: The Mutation Situation’ UK Premiere

by Grant Whiteon January 13, 2014
Back in late 2012 I had the privilege to review ‘Rise of the Turtles’, the two part opener to Nickelodeon’s revived take on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The past year has seen the show enjoy great ratings and toy sales on both sides of the Atlantic. I’ve stuck by the show and although it’s been […]

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Lowe Moves From Pawnee To Moonbeam City On Comedy Central

by Alex Beanon January 10, 2014
Comedy Central will debut a new animated comedy this year entitled “Moonbeam City” and starring Rob Lowe in the lead voice role as police detective Dazzle Novak, as he meanders through a 1980’s crime drama landscape. Think of it as a poor man’s “Archer” with Lowe wearing his comfortable 80’s persona and snark. Along with […]
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PR: “Kids on the Slope” Jazz Anime Premieres on Neon Alley on January 17, 2014

by Ed Liuon January 10, 2014
VIZ MEDIA ANNOUNCES THE PREMIERE OF JAZZ ANIME DRAMA KIDS ON THE SLOPE ON NEON ALLEY NEXT WEEK Launching On The 24/7 Digital Anime Channel, Series By The Acclaimed Team Behind Cowboy Bebop Follows A Group Of Young Jazz Musicians In 60s Era Japan San Francisco, CA, January 9, 2014 – VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ […]