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The new comedy television series The Crazy Ones which made its debut last fall is struggling yet again with meager ratings. After the premiere episode accumulated over 15.51 million viewers on CBS last year, the ratings gradually plunged down the drain after a few episodes aired. I personally found all episodes of The Crazy Ones […]

Rachel Berry. Broadway. To fans of Glee, those two names go together in perfect harmony. It was no secret that Rachel had a dream to appear on Broadway, dating back to the pilot episode of Glee. With her gold stars, love for Barbara Streisand, and knock out performance of “On My Own” in the very […]

Just one month ago, I read a fairly poor review of The CW’s latest show, The 100. I’d been ready to give it a shot: it sounded like a cool new take on Lost and Lord of the Flies but with the usual CW melodrama, and I was completely down for that. But seeing Hypable’s […]

This week, many odd things happened: half of the stars broke, DWTS integrated Twitter in a meaningful way, and shippers got their most tantalizing tidbit yet. So take off your clothes and get the spray tan, it’s Latin night! The guest judge this week was Ricky Martin, who at least has the credentials to be […]

Tony Award nominations are coming Tuesday morning. Now that all the shows have opened and the Tony committee has made its rulings, it’s time to guess who’s going to get a nomination and a fighting chance on June 8. Of the many different awards, the Tonys are a unique award. Because the Broadway community is […]

It is hard for most fans of young adult mega-hits like The Hunger Games, Divergent, and The Fault in Our Stars to imagine growing up without books. Yet for millions of young people in under-served communities, that is the reality. Right now, the Harry Potter Alliance is working to imagine better for youth across the […]

It was Party Night on Dancing with the Stars, but most of the stuff between the opening and the closing numbers was the kind of party you spend playing Candy Crush and checking your watch to see when it’s acceptable to leave. The time filler, I mean guest judge, of the week was Redfoo from […]

I’ve seen some negative comments in regards to Diana Gabaldon’s best selling series Outlander. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but I’d like to enlighten those who may have formed such an opinion without giving the books a chance. Now before you read on let me state that if you just really do not […]

As a reader of Veronica Roth’s novel, I couldn’t wait for the movie to come out. As I found out very quickly though, I was seemingly the only one. Every time I asked a friend to go see Divergent with me, the response was always met negatively. I finally was able to drag two friends […]

I’ve got one word to say…LOKI! Loki, Loki, Loki…so many feels about him. Where to start? I hate that I love him. In real life circumstances I’m not so sure I would, but as far as cinema/comic books go, I do. Let’s start with the things I love about Loki. He’s intelligent, and I love […]

Following the news that Shailene Woodley probably won’t reprise her role as MJ due to her commitment to the Divergent film series, I have been inspired to compile a list of potential candidates who could portray the Earth-1610 version of Mary Jane Watson. It won’t be Kirsten Dunst, pictured above as Mary Jane Watson in […]

There’s no shortage of comparisons between Mad Men and Bewitched but they all say the same things. C’mon, there’s still some unknown fun facts and interesting parallel plots that haven’t been rehashed to death. Like the fact that Bewitched character Darrin Stephens hailed from Missouri and attended the University of Missouri. In the real world, […]

Nathan Fillion says that he may have a cameo in the upcoming Marvel film Guardians of the Galaxy. This past weekend, Wizard World Comic Con descended on St. Louis and boasted big stars such as Doctor Who’s Matt Smith and Karen Gillan, the original Batman’s Adam West and Burt Ward, Lord of the Rings’ Sean […]

32 year-old British actor Tom Riley is set to appear in the upcoming eighth series of Doctor Who in an episode written by veteran Who scribe Mark Gatiss. Riley has previously appeared in detective dramas Lewis and Monroe, St Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold (alongside former Doctor Who star David Tennant), comedy series […]

The Sheerios can now rejoice! Ed Sheeran announced yesterday that he will release the first single, entitled “Sing,” from his highly anticipated second album, this coming Monday, April 7! Sheeran revealed the news via his official Twitter page. Sheeran also revealed the name of his second studio album. Following the theme of his last record […]

Cassandra Clare’s last Mortal Instruments book has yet to be released, yet she has announced her book plans far into the future. After City of Heavenly Fire is released May 27, Clare will be working on three series simultaneously: The Dark Artifices (the sequel to The Mortal Instruments), The Last Hours (the sequel to prequel […]

I understand how many fans of the series feel cheated by how it all ended. My initial reaction was very mixed as well. I had my own issues with it. However, despite them, I took another look at how I felt at the ending of one of my favorite shows. Before I truly start to […]

The Frozen soundtrack was #1 this week, for the seventh week in a row. It sold over two hundred thousand copies this week alone, likely due to the DVD/Blu-ray release and continued momentum from the Oscar win. Of greater significance is that many of those albums were sold digitally, and Frozen has now become the […]

Hollywood has never been original. They see something works, they repeat it ad nauseum until it doesn’t work anymore. Case in point: superheroes, which are approaching dangerous oversaturation levels. After Twilight, Hollywood realized that adapting YA books works, and did their best to replicate that success… but lately it hasn’t been working. And if we […]

Last night the 100th episode of our favourite musical-dramedy Glee aired – and as a result this Gleek is feeling inevitably nostalgic. While Glee hasn’t always had a smooth run over its 5-year run – the significant influence it has had on pop-culture cannot be denied. I thought it would be interesting to explore ten […]