Category Archives: TV

No Host For VMA’s. But No One Knows What’s Going On Even With A Host

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So tired of MTV. What a played out channel. Hope Vice obliterates what’s left of their audience (even though I find Vice irritating too). Read about this stank news story here.

Sorry, it’s Monday, I’m in a grumpy mood.

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Breaking Bad is Breaking Records

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5.9 million viewers tuned in to the premiere of the new season. Though these aren’t the numbers you’ll see zombies pull in (Walking Dead obliterates Breaking Bad’s numbers with double the amount of viewers), what’s interesting here is that the high numbers are resulting after a series has already been on the air for five seasons. Read more here.

Alec Baldwin To Have Own MSNBC Show?

Looks like he’ll have a continued relationship with NBC after all. I wonder what Kabletown has to say about this. From NYM:

Alec Bladwin’s next move will apparently be into an anchor’s chair at MSNBC, at least according to Mediaite, which cites an anonymous but “senior” source at the network who “insists its a done deal.” The report is slim on solid details about the show, other than that it will air at 10 p.m. on Fridays, “and will feature a large dose of Baldwin’s outspoken liberal politics.”

I assume any negotiations for his contract went down as above.

Things Are About To Go Down On ‘Sons’

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Sons of Anarchy returns Sept. 10th for its sixth, and final season, and it seems the show will start off with a bang. Not to be outdone by ‘Game of Thrones’ shockingly violent last episode, ‘Sons’ premiere will include a moment of violence already being labeled as “disturbing.” And mind you, this is in reference to a show about bikers–as an audience we’ve already seen some pretty disturbing scenes.

Kurt Sutter (amazing writer that he is) has written the scene not to be gratuitous, but “to show there are consequences for actions.” Uh oh.

 

Netflix To Offer Individual Profiles

 

The move will help users differentiate themselves on one account, and allow Netflix the ability to track users data with far more accuracy. Users can even create profiles based on different moods–which should prevent Netflix from recommending Judge Dredd when you’re having a eat a pint of Ben & Jerry’s, stay in pajamas kind of day.