HBO has confirmed that the upcoming seventh season, set to bow in 2014, will be the show’s last.
Alex Kingston is returning as River Song. BBC America has teased, “Stand by for something that you might always have believed to be impossible…”
I might be alone in this, but I really dislike the Cybermen and don’t find them interesting or threatening at all. That said, if anyone is going to take another stab at them, I’m glad it’s Gaiman.
Doctor Who New Fall Season Series 7 Launch Trailer
Coming this fall to BBC America, BBC One, and SPACE
Taking place at Punchy’s wedding. Apologies for the mild spoilers.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 7 Promo (via joft on YouTube)
These Sunny promos are amazing.
mattnvryan asked: What's your opinion on Weeds? Do you think they can return with a respectable season and end the series in dignity? Or are we in another loop? I loved the first 5 seasons (yes, I thought 4 and 5 were amazing despite popular opinion.) Last season (6) just upset me. I felt the story was going nowhere until the last few episodes. And now after watching the season 7 premiere, I'm not sure if this is just a continuation from last season's pathetic effort or an attempted reboot. Weeds used to be one of my favorite programs, I hope it can redeem itself before it ends.
I wouldn’t go as far as to call season 6 a pathetic effort, I enjoyed the show just as much last year as I have in the past. There was some wheel spinning but they still did a good deal of comedy and the characters are always entertaining (especially Shane and Andy).
Weeds is one of the more resilient shows on TV right now. It knows that it could never have sustained by keeping the story in one place. Could you imagine if Nancy was still selling in the suburbs? The alternative is a lot more exciting and engaging. And while the multi-year jump is a bit manipulative, I find myself interested in what the characters are up to and how they’re adapting to their heavily fucked up lives.
Apparently the season is going to skip three years and put Nancy Botwin in NYC. Oh, spoiler alert: she’s still a moron and dealing drugs.
Top Chef is back! But more importantly Dan Hopper’s BWE.tv Recaps of Top Chef are back!
Besides the above image, the first of the new season includes these gems…
Tom Colicchio is to “Seasoning” as Randy Jackson is to “Pitchy.”
My friend Doug had a College-Class Hotness Theory, where any time you’re in a class where none of the girls are immediately, strikingly attractive, after a few weeks of that class, the most attractive person just by default becomes hot. This season, that’s Amanda.
Sometimes I feel like I watch Top Chef for these recaps. Especially at the beginning when people are awful. The new season should be good just by contrast to every else that’s on (read: nothing else is on).
"Get E on the phone." An eventual line in every episode of Entourage and a key into what this trailer shows. Same old, same old. Which is fine because it’s what Entourage is good at.
That said, this trailer fails on a different level. Entourage is comedy. Does it look like one from this spot? Not really. HBO marketers go work on that. I want to see some light heartedness next time, not poignancy. Come on.