Another pickup news to join the lists of renewed shows of 2013 and cancelled shows of 2013, in this case for a long time running dramedy, as Showtime renews Californication for season seven, a move that, even though comes early, was very much expected as the show is delivering great numbers and hitting a stride.
The sixth season of Californication is averaging 3.1 million weekly viewers, up 21 percent versus season five (vs. 2.5 million). Continue reading →
Talk about an interesting move by the show! In casting news from Californication, Marilyn Manson is joining season six of Showtime´s longtime running comedy.
Metal rock star Marilyn Manson will guest star on one episode of the new season of CALIFORNICATION playing himself. The genre-defying Grammy® Award-nominated musician and Hank (series star and Continue reading →
“These three shows are clearly resonating with audiences as evidenced by their steady growth on Sunday nights,” said President of Entertainment at Showtime David Nevins. “We are extremely pleased with the creative work being done by the casts, producers and writers – and I so appreciate that each of these series has such a clear and distinctive voice.” Continue reading →
What else do we have ahead of us to expect? What are this week´s remaining must watch?
1- Grey´s Anatomy musical episode:
Say what you will about Grey´s Anatomy; but almost everyone is singing tonight, and that will surely prove to be a must watch. You´ll see as Richard tries to get Adele into Derek and Meredith’s Alzheimer’s trial. Tonight 9PM ET/PT on ABC
2- Haley Reinhart leaving American Idol:
Ok, I know, I´m getting ahead of myself, but I already did this “Who leaves American Idol” theory based on Twitter and I´m sticking to it. You can watch me being right or wrong tonight at 8PM ET/PT on Fox. (My second choice to go is Naima, and Jacob being in the bottom three)
3- Original 30 Rock episode:
Every 30 Rock new episode is kind of a must watch. In this one Liz tries to convince everyone that the show’s hiatus is temporary; Jack asks Devin Banks for help.Watch it on NBC 10 PM ET/PT
4- Community Pulp Fiction themed episode:
Couple hours earlier, at 8PM ET/PT Community will tackle Pulp Fiction, when our favorite study group puts down the chicken fingers and grabs a royale with cheese.
Watch Community “Pulp Fiction” Party Video
There’s a “Pulp Fiction” surprise birthday party in the works, but things don’t go exactly as planned.
Music is a big part of any TV Show. Incidental, background music, perhaps… or in cases as Ally McBeal´s a central part of the show.
House MD is a very musical show. And great music to be more specific.
The first song of the soundtrack is in the Pilot. And it´s Rolling Stones´You Can´t Always Get what you Want.
Both House tells to Cuddy “You Can´t Always Get What you Want” and Cuddy also tells House “You Can´t Always Get What you Want”.
Seems forever since that episode, originally aired November 16th 2004 about Young kindergarten teacher Rebecca Adler (played by Robin Tunney) collapses in her classroom after uncontrolled gibberish slips out of her mouth while she is about to teach students and gets to be treated by House´s Crew.
And if you have a good memory… Amber also tells House You Can´t Always Get What You Want. Do you remember what episode?
It seems that “You Can´t Always Get What you Want” from the Rolling Stones is a charm for TV Shows, since Californication also used the same song in its Pilot.