'The Office' is closed. After the tearful series finale, we no longer have the adventures of Jim, Pam, Dwight and the gang to look forward to every week. And as we watched the 'Office' finale, we couldn't help but remark how different all the characters were after the past nine years.
Normally, when we do a Then & Now feature, we match up the character with the actor but with 'The Office' we have the ability to look at the characters from Season 1 and see them now, at the very end of Season 9. See how far 'The Office' characters came below.
Granted ABC Emmy-gobbler 'Modern Family' has always maintained a certain edge to it, we never expected cable network USA's purchase of syndication rights to the acclaimed family comedy to take matters to such extremes. In advance of the series' September debut on USA, the cast and crew got together to take full advantage of their new cable standards, and the results might surprise you. See 'Modern Family' uncensored inside!
Late last night we were saddened to hear that for all its potential and pilot mixed reception, Amazon's 'Zombieland' TV series wouldn't move forward with a full season under the streaming-content service. Production of a TV series following Ruben Fleischer's 2009 film had been much debate, but what does series and film writer Rhett Reese have to say of Amazon's decision? Find out the future of 'Zombieland' inside!
Tonight offered the finale of 'The Office,' and at this moment -- considering most people complained that the show should have ended a couple years ago -- it's worth pointing out that most great network shows overstay their welcome. It's easy to pine over one-season wonders like 'Freaks and Geeks' and 'Firefly,' but part of what makes them great is they never had the chance to get bad. Whereas there are definitely bad episodes (and sometimes seasons) of all-timers like 'Seinfeld' and 'The Simpsons.'
The last couple seasons of 'The Office' may have tarnished its reputation, but it was once one of the best sitcoms on television. The finale reminds us why.
‘Anger Management’ continues on its 90-episode, two-year run with its 28th overall episode “Charlie and the Break-Up Coach,” as Charlie inadvertently advises Jen to become Patrick's life coach, while Lacey attempts to help Charlie's father Martin make his ex jealous.
Last week’s episode “Charlie Lets Kate Take Charge” saw Charlie take to coaching a high school baseball team with his competitive father, while Kate took over Charlie’s therapy group to mixed results, so what will the latest episode bring? Are there more laughs to be had in the twenty-eighth half-hour of ‘Anger Management,’ or does it fail miserably?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Anger Management’ episode 28, “Charlie and the Break-Up Coach!”
‘Hannibal’ serves up another course with its seventh (technically eighth) episode of the series, “Fromage,” as Will struggles both with the nature of his work and his relationship with Alana, while Hannibal confronts a fellow killer on his sloppy technique.
Last week’s ‘Hannibal’ episode “Sorbet” saw Will and Jack continue to hunt for the Chesapeake Ripper, finding instead a copycat organ thief, while Hannibal prepared a dinner party and spent time with his own therapist (‘The X-Files‘ Gillian Anderson), so how does the eighth course of ‘Hannibal’ taste?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Hannibal’s latest episode, “Fromage!”
TNT's alien action-drama 'Falling Skies' won't air its third season until Sunday June 9, but already the acclaimed series has made a major change in anticipation of a fourth season pickup. Season 2 and 3 showrunner Remi Aubuchon will step down from the series, tasking former 'Battlestar Galactica' and fellow 'Caprica' showrunner David Eick to take his place, but will anything change for 'Falling Skies' season 4? Find out about the future of the series inside!
Bad news, 'Zombieland' fans. In spite of of the modestly enthusiastic reception to Amazon's 'Zombieland' TV series pilot, it seems Amazon has officially decided to pass on continuing production of the series. The streaming service will continue to narrow its field in search of a pilot to take to full season production, but has 'Zombieland' officially been put down? Find out about the franchise's future inside!
Ecstatic as 'How I Met Your Mother' fans were to finally meet the titular character (Cristin Miloti) in Monday's season 8 finale "Something New," longtime viewers couldn't help but express their curiosity over the choice to confine the final season to a two-day period leading up to Barney and Robin's wedding. Now, executive producer Carter Bays has opened up about the decision, and promised some extremely twisty episodes to come! Preview 'How I Met Your Mother's final episodes inside!
Though no Hollywood Kickstarter effort has been all that well-received since 'Veronica Mars' controversially utilized the service to launch its long-awaited film, it seems the 'Friday Night Lights' movie may finally happen thanks to the crowd-sourcing website. Producer Brian Grazer insists the movie adaptation of Peter Berg's NBC/DirecTV series -- itself adapted from the original movie adaptation of the same name -- remains in development, with crowd-sourcing as its likely next step.
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