Articles by Ethan Anderton
TBS picks April Fools’ Day to confirm Conan O’Brien for another few years of late night talk show entertainment.
Martin Scorsese and Miramax are teaming up to develop a TV series adaptation of the Oscar-nominated film ‘Gangs of New York’
FX has created a new FXX channel, where ‘Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ and ‘The League’ will air along with all-new comedy and drama programming.
Comcast has kicked off Watchathon, making every episode of dozens of shows like ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘Mad Men’ available for free.
Candid photos from the production of ‘Girl Meets World’ show the young new cast members along with Mr. Feeny, Shawn Hunter, Eric Matthews and of course, Cory and Topanga.
ABC’s new promo for ‘Happy Endings’ calls for viewers to save the series by watching when it returns on Friday, March 29th.
Ricky Gervais reprises his role as David Brent from the original UK version of ‘The Office’ in this 10-minute online short ‘The Office Revisited.’ What has David Brent been up to for the last 10 years?
Karl Urban and Michael Ealy will headline J.J. Abrams new sci-fi pilot, about a future where human cops (Urban) and android cops (Ealy) work side-by-side.
‘Clone Wars’ has been canceled and ‘Star Wars Detours’ postponed – but new animated ‘Star Wars’ programming is in the works at Disney/Lucasfilm.
The first teaser for Louis C.K.’s new HBO stand-up special ‘Oh My God’ skewers overzealous TV promo advertisements.
Judge Reinhold will reprise his role from ‘Beverly Hills Cop’ with a cameo in the CBS series pilot with Eddie Murphy and Brandon T. Jackson
Ricky Gervais’ most recent comedy series ‘Derek’ has been renewed for a second season in the United Kingdom – with a Netflix debut in the future.
The hit ABC improv comedy series ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ returns this summer on The CW with original cast members Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie and Wayne Brady.
‘The Office Revisted’ is bringing back Ricky Gervais as David Brent. What’s the former boss been up to for the last 10 years?
Ben Stiller will reprise his role as Tony Wonder in season 4 of ‘Arrested Development.’
Sarah Michelle Gellar has joined David E. Kelley’s new workplace comedy ‘Crazy Ones’ at CBS, starring Robin Williams
Thomas Kretschmann and Oliver Jackson-Cohen have joined the cast of NBC’s 10-episode ‘Dracula’ show as potential antagonists, Van Helsing and Jonathan Harker, respectively.
‘Harry Potter’ franchise star Rupert Grint is set to lead Greg Garcia’s next CBS comedy pilot ‘Super Clyde’ – about a Fast Food worker who becomes a superhero.
Kevin Pollak and David Denman join the ‘Beverly Hills Cop’ TV pilot, which will be directed by ‘Men in Black’ helmer Barry Sonnenfeld.
NBC’s ‘Up All Night’ loses series headliner Christina Applegate amidst big creative changes.
ITV Studios and Weta Workshop are reviving the 60s series ‘Thunderbirds’ for a new series in the UK called ‘Thunderbirds Are Go!’