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The chatter is mostly about NBC’s post-competition interview with him, conducted by Christin Cooper, a former alpine skier and reporter. If you haven’t been following the Olympics closely, you might be wondering what all the controversy is about, so here’s what happened. More
The producers of the show finally removed their nails from in between their teeth for long enough to tell us to settle down because they plan to change the show for the better. More
No tears were shed, which is unusual since I cry at everything even remotely emotional, especially TV farewells. But I simply didn’t feel that sad. So as a result I started to feel sad about how not sad I was. More
We’ve known for a while now that NBC was planning to put on another live TV musical after the massive ratings hit that was The Sound of Music Live. I don’t think they really care what percentage of the audience was actually just hate-watching it; it got viewers and that’s what matters. Now NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt has released a statement at the TCA press tour announcing that the next live performance will be Peter Pan. More
Ugh, so you what’s totes the worst. When you’re like honoring someone on your network and someone publicly points out the the honoree got accused of molesting his 7-year-old daughter. More
Parks and Recreation will air its 100th episode this Thursday night at 8:30 PM on NBC. In preparation for this absolutely amazing TV show milestone (seriously, all my favorite shows seem to die before they reach episode 50), NBC released a delightful video retrospective clocking in at almost 20 minutes in which the cast shares their all-time favorite moments from the show. More
Correct me if I’m wrong, but this is a promo for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, right? So it should probably be about Jimmy Fallon, correct? In that case, someone please explain to me why current host Jay Leno seems to have hijacked it. More
The ball in Times Square drops at midnight on January 1st, signifying the start of 2014. Just over a month later, the Winter Olympics kick off in Sochi, Russia. To follow all the snow-filled events, watch NBC’s Primetime coverage, starting … More
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Leave it to Nick Offerman to bring boners into a conversation about his show Parks and Recreation. This guy, everybody. This guy. More
NBC’s Sean Saves the World premiered last night, and my biggest takeaway from watching it is that it’s in desperate need of a straight man. And in this case I’m referring to a comedic straight man. This show just doesn’t have one. More
What I found most appealing was that it didn’t feel like the first time I’d watched the show. I don’t mean that to say it was derivative or boring, but rather that it had the ease and familiarity of a show that had already been on the air for a couple of seasons. More
NBC’s new TV game show, The Million Second Quiz, which is hosted by Ryan “Perpetual Executive Producer” Seacrest, premiered last night and, I don’t want to sound overzealous, but we needed this show. What we don’t need, however, are the ridiculous questions that the contestants have to answer. More
Tina Fey is taking over television. I repeat, Tina Fey is taking over television. Just a few days after the new Colleen McGuinness-penned comedy she’s producing was sold to NBC, Tina has sold another comedy, this time to Fox. And oh my goodness, you guys, they gave it a series commitment. Without a pilot even having been made. More