Leaving the home has recently become a terrifying ordeal, being around people now even more dreaded than usual, but just because you're spending this weekend cowered in a ball, it doesn't mean you have to be bored. After years of only dealing in literally everything but original programming, Amazon.com is finally getting into originally programming, and they've put up 14 pilots you can watch and review to help figure out which to pick up for series. Among the shows: a John Goodman political comedy from Doonesbury and Tanner '88 writer Garry Trudeau; The Onion's take on Newsroom, with Jeffrey Tambor, William Sadler, and Malcolm in the Middle older brother; a serialized version of Zombieland; a children's show in which "kid scientist Anne explores the world," as if she has any idea what the world truly is; and more! Watch them here.
Continuing to be the Arrested Development of humorless Kiefer Sutherland real-time thrillers, 24 is reportedly putting aside long-held movie plans to instead return as a limited series. Titled 24: Live Another Day, the series will reportedly still cover a full day, but will now... / Continue →
The ever-expanding Marvel universe will soon come to television, and to characters with less expensive CGI requirements, with ABC's upcoming Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The series was recently given a series order following a pilot co-written and directed by Joss Whedon, and now the... / Continue →
The talk show host trade school Lorne Michaels has been quietly running from Studio 8H has found its second successful alumnus in Seth Meyers. With Jimmy Fallon taking over The Tonight Show next year, NBC has made official their long-rumored plans to move SNL's Weekend Update a... / Continue →