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April 15, 2009

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Even the circus leaves town...

Even the circus leaves town...

Britney: The headline says it all: Bad economy may Britney Spears’s Circus Tent.  See, even iconic pop stars aren’t immune!

Prison Break: Here’s some more info on the series’ end–it won’t all air on TV!  The so-called finale is still on for May 15 but then there will be two additional episodes released on DVD.  Thanks for digging into our pockets, guys.

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles are as good as canceled.  At least this frees up Brian Austin Green for 90210!

Twitter: Apparently there’s a “fight” going on between Ashton Kutcher and CNN’s Larry King on who will get to a million followers first.  Don’t these people have work to do??

Variety: We understand that they’re traditionally a trade magazine (read: in print), but really have no idea why they would lay off one of the web editors.  Pretty sure the web is the future of journalism.  Just sayin’.

Alec Baldwin: Speaking of the industry’s future, Baldwin wrote a whole column on it for The Huffington Post.  Why Baldwin?  We’re still trying to figure that one out.

Condoleezza Rice: And it gets weirder: Rice is now a columnist for The Daily Beast and she’s writing about, of all things, her love of Tiger Woods.  Random!

Gawker: Came up with the “5 types of American Idol watchers.” Love it!  Where do you fall?

3-D: Coming to a television near you!  The first “full-time 3-D network” is in the works.   Expect people to have a lot more headaches and nausea!

Blagojevich: Wow.  Just wow.  The former Illinois governor has signed on to a REALITY SHOW!  Can’t make this stuff up, folks!

SIZZLED OUT: TV Land

STILL SIZZLING: This actress (and book author!) is denying rumors that she’s anorexic.  Her excuse: she’s been pregnant and people have forgotten what she looks like thin!

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December 16, 2008

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this totally turns us on!

We admit it: this totally turns us on!

Tom Cruise: Admits he was “arrogant” in his infamous Matt Lauer interview.  We forgave him a long time ago, but we know we’re in the minority.

Madonna: Will pay Guy Ritchie between $72 and $96 million.  Well, which is it?  There’s a big difference between the two!

OTH: Hmmmm.  Supposedly even with a Melrose remake, One Tree Hill could get a seventh season–with Schwahn!  We’ll keep our fingers crossed.

Gossip Girl: The book series’ author hates the way the show depicts Aaron, Serena’s new beau.  Considering he gives us the creeps, we completely agree!

Prison Break: We watch and we watch and we’re still confused. Totally frustrating.

Rachael Ray: If you looked forward to the chatterbox having no voice for several weeks, you’ll have to wait a bit longer.  Surgery has been called off for now, as a new treatment for her sore vocal chords seems to be working.

The Crow: One of our favorite cult movies is being remade!  But we really can’t see anyone but the late Brandon Lee playing the lead!  Lee was killed during film when a real bullet accidentally dislodged from a prop gun.  So sad.

The Office: Here’s one more reason to watch the post-Superbowl episode: Jack Black will be on it!

Facebook: Decreased in value by more than $15 billion!  What do you think it’s worth?

SIZZLED OUT: Terminator

STILL SIZZLING: This athlete was just kicked off his team–more fallout from trash-talking a rival and former actress-girlfriend.

October 27, 2008 Pt. 2

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Both have moved on...to co-stars.

Both have moved on...to co-stars.

Jennifer Hudson: The boy found earlier today was positively identified as Hudson’s nephew.  The growing enormity of this tragedy has left us speechless. 

Julianne Hough: So it turns out it wasn’t just a stomache after all.  The 20-year-old will have her appendix removed as part of treatment for endometrosis, a disease affecting the uterus and surrounding organs.  Our only previous experience with endometrosis?  When Kelly was diagnosed with it on (the original) 90210.

Obama: Another assassination attempt against the presidential candidate has been pre-emptively foiled.  Are we the only ones who think they will increase ten-fold if he’s actually elected?

DWTS: Is Cloris a success because of her age or her personality?  And can both be considered ‘sexy’ qualities?  Just thinking about this gives us the heebie-jeebies but the Chicago Tribune doesn’t seem to mind.

Apatow and Co.: The relationship between Judd Apatow, Seth Rogen and Kevin Smith is quite incesutous.  Turns out, that’s also what makes it so great.  We should start a fan club.

Chad Michael Murray: Revealed a lot of juicy, previously unconfirmed news in an interview this morning.  He and the much-younger Kenzie (a former OTH extra) are still engaged and will likely marry in North Carolina.  He has no problem working with ex-wife Sophia Bush–especially since she’s with fellow co-star James Lafferty!  And the only thing stopping a seventh season of One Tree Hill is the network’s sign-on. Very, very interesting.

Economy: The reason networks are still airing low-rated shows like Knight Rider and Terminator: The  Sarah Connor Chronicles.  Great, so we’ll be broke AND un-entertained.

Trista and Ryan: As they await the arrival of baby number two, the couple is considering a return to reality television.  We have little respect for parents that want to subject their kids to that environemtn.

October 19, 2008

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Guess they won't be so close anymore.

Guess they won't be so close anymore.

Sarah Palin: Funny on SNL last night but funny doesn’t make a great vice president, does it?

Obama: Former Secretary of State Colin Powell has endorsed Obama, breaking party lines.  Surprising?

Obama Pt. 2: Also got three media endorsements last week–two of them also quite surprising.  This is the first time the LA Times and the Chicago Tribune have endorsed a Democrat!

Variety: Has a great article on the incestuous relationship between film and television.

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles got a surprise full-season pickup.  The bad news: It means Brian Austin Green will still be too busy for a 90210 cameo!

Spamalot: Even Clay Aiken couldn’t save it.  The show will close in January.

SIZZLED OUT: Mad Men

STILL SIZZLING: Which celeb–who was shortchanged in her father’s will not too long ago–is selling her home for nearly 2.4 million?

October 7, 2008

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Vampires are taking over! Resist! Resist!

Vampires are taking over! Resist! Resist!

Twilight: The trailer is due to hit the web in mere days.  One more bandwagon we’re NOT jumping on.  (Yes, Harry Potter, we’re looking at you!)

Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles is tanking in the ratings.  The good news: Maybe Brian Austin Green will head over to his old zip code!

Jimmy Kimmel and Sarah Silverman: Proof you don’t have to be a good-looking couple for the media to still track your every gesture, date and break up.

Chelsea Handler: Goodbye, E!  Hello big network?  Let’s face it: the male-dominated world of late-night TV could use some estrogen.  We say: Bring it on, Chelsea!