How many times can they go to this well?
Upon a deal, the actor will be back by the series 8th episode. Just what the show needs, more inconsistency.
Breaking Arrested Development News of the Day: Arrested Development creator Mitchell Hurwitz, at the New Yorker Festival cast reunion, just announced plans to bring back the critically acclaimed TV series for one more season — ahead of a long-anticipated Arrested Development movie.
The New York Times’ Dave Itzkoff reports that the new season will be composed of 9-10 “where are they now” episodes, providing context for the film.
WHAT. IS. HAPPENING.
Note: These are just “plans.” Itzkoff hash-tagged his tweet with “We’ll see.” As with all AD news, grain of salt is implied.
Fox will be bringing back the Christian Slater lead Breaking In at midseason for 13 episode run. The entire cast is set to return, including Odette Annable who will split duties with her series regular gig at House.
What are the odds that it will get canceled a third time? Well according to Dan Feinberg, “In its one airing w/out an “Idol” lead-in, “Breaking In” pulled in 3.2 million viewers and a 1.4 key demo rating.”
So I guess MTV Networks’ strategy (which includes Nickelodeon) is too prey off viewer nostalgia and bring back anything and everything possible?
Something tells me not many are going to be upset about this.
The former Stern sidekick will cohost a Fox Sports Radio show with Nick Dipaolo starting September 12th.
For months there has been speculation regarding the Dark Knight Rises plot. Which comics will it borrow from? Which stories will it continue or wrap up? HUGE SPOILERS AHEAD - As it turns out, a recent actor sighting on set may confirm some of the web’s more logical speculation…
Sources connected with Charlie Sheen tell TMZ … the actor is negotiating a “big offer” for a new TV series that could debut as early as January, 2012.
We’re told Charlie’s reps are in “deep negotiations” and the deal could be done by week’s end.
Our sources say the sitcom is being written specifically around Charlie and will air on a broadcast network. The deal does not call for a pilot. The show would go straight to series.
Our sources would not reveal details about the sitcom, except to say Chuck Lorre is NOT involved.
God bless that writer, whoever he or she may be.