The Nominations for 2013 Emmys have been announced, and as it so often happens, there were a few surprises, some snubs and some of the usual suspects, in a list of nominations that first of all make HBO a huge step ahead of the competition, being the only network with over a hundred noms, with a whooping 108; while the runner up ended with 53. But perhaps the other huge winner of the day is Netflix, getting the stream service´s first nominations and making it in the double digits thanks to the likes of House of Cards, Hemlock Grove and Arrested Development.
I have here prepared for you to check out and analyze the complete list of 2013 Emmy Nominations
It is a fan favorite, and even though its ratings are not through the roof, the same year as 30 Rock and The Office are ending you can´t have the luxury of losing the third longest running sitcom these days on NBC. Therefore NBC renews Parks and Recreation for another season. Continue reading →
Last week I did a list of the best TV Bromances, and promised a new list coming soon, so, now is the day for a new one. In this case, I´m bringing a list of the best fake shows on TV series. Some are shows withn shows, and some are just inventions that are so funny that cannot get out of this list.
Of course I forgot some, and of course I did not put one that you think is a can´t be missing. Please, help me get it right when commenting.
Halloween is coming soon, and sitcoms tend to prepare great Halloween episodes. We can remember great episodes from a lot of series: To name a few: The Simpsons Halloween episodes, Community, How I Met Your Mother and so on. It´s usually a great moment for comedy. Continue reading →
More information to fill the lists for cancelled shows of 2012 and renewed shows of 2012. Who would´ve thought about a different outcome than this one? It is clearly one of the most creative comedies around, and it rates well for the peacock, so NBC renewed Parks and Recreation for season five. After all, when you have an ensemble cast like that show, you try to stick with it as much as you can, and they are deilvering high quality episodes.
“Parks and Recreation” is an ensemble comedy that follows Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) a mid-level bureaucrat in the Parks and Recreation Continue reading →
NBC has a full schedule of originals set up for tomorrow´s night, starting at 8/7c, Dean Pelton takes a stab at directing. But in true meta fashion, Abed’s turning the camera on his Greendale commercial in a new episode of Community. And on Parks and Recreation, we’ll be visiting the smallest park in America! Don’t miss a hilarious sneak peek below – one featuring everyone’s favorite subject: lasers!
We’ll be leaving Scranton on The Office when Andy takes some of the staff on a field trip! Share the two sneak peeks below to give your readers an early look. And on Whitney, she and Alex explore the idea of adopting a dog. Look below for two great sneak peeks and interviews with Whitney, Chris, and wonderful guest star Lisa Lampanelli! Prime Suspect rounds out the evening at 10/9c.
And as a plus, some tidbits on Grimm too.
NBC Preview Videos of Community – The Greendale Commercial
Following this lines of Super Sized Extra Content and Producer´s extended cut, The Harvest Festival of Pawnee Indiana website is now LIVE here It’s got tons of great content for all of you fans to enjoy.
Check out the presentation message for the website so you know you oughta enter:
Li’l Sebastian is gracing us with his tiny presence at our Harvest Festival! But he’s no stranger to the fest, he made his debut at the last Harvest Festival in 1989! That week, he was the 8th most photographed object in all of America. This year, we’re hoping to make him #1! But we need your help. So come by and show your mini-horsey love.
As a special treat, every day, the first 20 visitors to the Harvest Festival will receive a Li’l Sebastian photo signed by the horse himself! If you don’t get one, just come the next day. No long faces!
Watch Parks and Recreation Full Extended Episode – Harvest Festival – S03E17
With the fate of her entire department hinging on the success of the Harvest Festival, Leslie deals with last-minute problems with a Wamapoke tribal leader, who threatens to put a curse on the event. Meanwhile, April is upset with Andy, while Ann gets romantic advice from an unlikely source.
A lot going around in the Parks and Recreation front. Parks and Rec got renewed for season four, and announced spoiler extra clips. As if that was not enough, Amy Poehler was interviewed by Jimmy Fallon on Late Night Show.
Amy updated Jimmy about her recent dental trauma and gave the latest scoop on Parks & Rec!
Not only that, but also Tiger Woods. In his first late night interview since 2009, Jimmy thanks Tiger for giving him so much material in late 2009 and 2010. They also talk about Jimmy’s reminiscing with Tiger about the time he beat in his video game and the new features on ‘Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters.
On the very same day as Parks and Recreation got renewed for season four, NBC has put up some extra video clips of Parks and Rec called Super Sized Producer´s Cut. And they are available only online, at NBC.com and also here at Seriesandtv.com.
Every episode will have the Super Sized extras clips, and they´ll be online starting 2AM the following Friday morning.
Parks And Recreation Super-Sized Producers Cuts Extra Videos Air Schedule
Harvest Festival (3/17/11) – FULL EXTENDED EPISODE available 2 AM (3/18) (www.nbc.com)
Jerry’s Painting (4/28/11) – – FULL EXTENDED EPISODE available 2 AM (4/29) (www.nbc.com)
The Fight (5/12/11) (note there are 2 episodes airing that night 9:30-10 & 10-10:30 / The Fight is the first one.) – – FULL EXTENDED EPISODE available 2 AM (5/13) (www.nbc.com)
Li’L Sebastian (5/19) (note there are 2 episodes airing that night 9:30-10 & 10-10:30/ Li’L Sebastian is the second one and the finale) – – FULL EXTENDED EPISODE available 2 AM (5/20) (www.nbc.com)