Articles by Jason Tabrys
It seemed like all hope had been lost, but at the 11th hour, Dan Harmon’s ‘Community’ got its 6th season and found a new home at Yahoo.
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon have announced season 4 of ‘Project Greenlight,’ which will find an unknown filmmaker to direct a Hollywood-vetted script.
The CW has announced premiere dates for ‘The Flash’ and ‘Arrow’ season 3 – are the targeted re-runs that accompany them part of a dated strategy?
Netflix and Chelsea Handler have announced a new deal to bring a ‘late night’ show to the streaming service, but is it truly revolutionary – and will it work?
The ‘Manhattan’ trailer depicts WGN’s new drama about the relationships between Manhattan Project scientists and civilians.
Bryan Cranston has found great success as President Lyndon B. Johnson in ‘All the Way’ on Broadway, but will it translate to television?
‘Breaking Bad’ star Bryan Cranston is teasing ‘never say never’, about bringing back Walter White one day. But should he be resurrected? We discuss.
LeVar Burton has started a ‘Reading Rainbow’ Kickstarter – and it has already reached its $1 million goal.
‘Saturday Night Live’ closes out this transformative season with a cameo-filled finale that does a disservice to the young cast that will soon take its place among the show’s best
CBS knows where its bread is buttered, so as they announce their 2014 Fall Schedule with a new ‘NCIS’ spinoff, Vince Gilligan’s ‘Battle Creek’ and more, they seem poised to stay conservative and ahead.
The full-length ‘Extant’ trailer tells us quite a bit about Halle Berry’s upcoming sci-fi series from Steven Spielberg. But will the show be too busy?
ABC announces a diverse list of family and high concept comedies and dramas from Shonda Rhimes and Marvel with ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ and ‘Agent Carter’.
Upfront season is upon us, and it seems as though NBC is undergoing a facelift with shows like ‘Constantine’ and ‘Heroes Reborn’, but will their choices backfire?
‘The Daily Show’ corespondent Larry Wilmore is set to replace Stephen Colbert on Comedy Central next year with ‘The Minority Report.’
NBC and the CW add ‘Constantine’, ‘The Flash’, and ‘iZombie’ to the pool of comic book inspired TV series, but each have questions heading into season 1.