Despite a cancellation, fans figured out how to play "The Game."
After outcry over the former CW series being canceled in 2009, BET decided to bring the show back with new episodes starting tonight. For those unfamiliar with it, "The Game" is a spin-off of another former popular African-American sitcom, "Girlfriends."
Both were created by writer Mara Brock Akil and both were the subject of major disappointment among their fans upon cancellation. The ensemble cast includes former "Sister, Sister" star Tia Mowry, Pooch Hall and Wendy Raquel Robinson.
ABC has given the go-ahead for new seasons of six of its shows, but not quite yet for “Desperate Housewives” and “Brothers & Sisters."
According to TVLine, the network said at the Television Critics Association press tour that “Grey’s Anatomy”; “Private Practice”; “Modern Family”; “The Middle”; “Cougar Town” and “Castle” are all being renewed through next season.
But it looks like the stars of “Desperate Housewives,” which has been on ABC since 2004, might still be in negotiation phase.
Here’s the thing about Britney Spears: Regardless of what you think about her or what the headlines may say, when this pop star drops a single – leaked or not – everyone stops to listen.
That’s exactly what happened when Spears’ latest song, “Hold it Against Me,” arrived a day early on Monday, sparking loads of commentary - even though the demo had made rounds on the Web last week with Perez Hilton singing preliminary praises.
When Ryan Seacrest debuted it on his show Monday, he promised that the track is “hot...it’s gonna be sick in the club,” and the fans, of course, are feeling it.
Despite some high profile troubles, including an injured stunt man and having to replace an actor, the Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" is back in the limelight with some good news.
The New York Times reports that the show "has knocked “Wicked” from its usual perch as the highest-grossing show on Broadway, claiming the top spot for itself last week."
According to the Times, the sales numbers were close. "Spider-Man" reportedly outsold by the slim margin of $58 by grossing $1,588,514 while "Wicked," which is a retelling of the famed "Wizard of Oz" tale, grossed $1,588,456.
Ballerinas, boxers and Harvard dropouts.
With Awards season looming, certain box office hits are beginning to stand out above the rest.
The Directors Guild of America announced its five nominees for Outstanding Directorial Achievement award.
“Their inspired films radiate the passion and unique vision of each of these filmmakers, who are about to become part of our Guild's rich history,” DGA President Taylor Hackford said.
The five feature films in the running are:
Rachael Ray might have some unlikely competition in "The Twilight Saga's" Kristen Stewart. According to Garrett Hedlund, Stewart's co-star in the upcoming "On the Road," the actress has some killer culinary skills.
"You got to try the tortilla soup!" 26-year-old Hedlund, who currently appears in "Country Strong," tells MTV. "It's incredible. She's honed it."
Stewart herself boasted about the dish in an October interview with MTV, saying that she had done a lot of cooking for the "On the Road" cast.
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