Is Fox's "Alcatraz" Just a Repackaged Version of...

When I first saw trailers for the new J.J. Abrams show “Alcatraz” on Fox, I couldn’t help but notice how similar it looked to Abram’s previous primetime incarnation, “Lost”. I thought, “Seriously? Another pseudo-soap-opera about a group of people mysteriously disappearing off of an island?” It seemed too ridiculous to be true. To add even […]

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Who Took Home the Gold at This Year’s...

Last night marked the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Though host Ricky Gervais’ performance was a bit diappointing, the night was still exciting and full of surprises. Perhaps the biggest surprise was the fact that every winner in the television categories received his or her award for a show that has only been on for […]

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Fun Bags & Four-Letter Words – The Future...

A case has recently been brought to the Supreme Court that may result in reduced censorship of broadcast networks, which means we may begin seeing bare breasts, F-bombs and intense violence on networks such as FOX, ABC and other popular TV networks in the near future. On Tuesday, the top entertainment providers in the industry, […]

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People's Choice Award Winners for TV

For those of you who don’t keep up with today’s entertainment trends, The People’s Choice Awards were last night.  If you missed it, you can watch the highlights for free on CBS (once you’re there, roll over “Shows” at the top and look under “Specials”), but in case you’re not really into watching award shows, […]

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Star of New "Chelsea" Sitcom Compares Show to...

Despite biting reviews from a number of critics, fans of TV personality Chelsea Handler have still been brimming with excitement over the upcoming premiere of her new show “Are You There, Chelsea?” which premieres tonight at 8:30 on NBC (available on FreeCast tomorrow). The show follows the day-to-day life of Chelsea (played by Laura Prepon) […]

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Sony, LG, Samsung & Vizio Jump on Google...

Yesterday marked the first day of CES 2012, and to no one’s surprise, one of the hottest topics of the day was the future of Google TV. Following its release last year, Google’s home-theater incarnation of the Android platform was met with limited enthusiasm. At the time, only two companies offered Google TV products, and […]

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Facebook Users Can Now Watch TV and Movies...

freecast.com has developed a system to allow Facebook users to watch web-based television while continuing their social media activities. ORLANDO, FL, December 09, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ — Facebook users now have the ability to watch myriad web-based television channels from directly within Facebook, thanks to a new service being rolled out by freecast.com today. The new […]

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