Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Inquirer Daily News


LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Hulu has placed a direct-to-series order for "11/22/63," a nine-hour adaptation of Stephen King's time-travel novel about the Kennedy assassination, from J.J. Abrams and Warner Bros. Television.
Tonight, TV will be overflowing with fresh content for the first time since May sweeps. Three new shows will debut, a bunch of hits will have season...
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - As a frequent critic of "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD," there's modest cause for optimism as the ABC series begins its second season, albeit by making allowances for the show's clunkier aspects.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Craig Ferguson approached his first TV game show host's job with a subversive attitude. Then came the simple matter of his wardrobe for "Celebrity Name Game."
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Viewers of CBS affiliate KTVA-TV in Anchorage, Alaska were jolted Sunday evening during the station's newscast as reporter Charlo Greene dropped an F-bomb, disclosed that she was the owner of a cannabis club in the city and informed the audience she was quitting her TV job.
How are you fixed for time? Because there are four big new series bowing this week, all worth checking out. And whether you record them, download them, or watch them on air, that's a chunk of hours you have to surrender.
Joan Rivers' TV series "Fashion Police" is to continue without the late comedienne. The show, which also featured Kelly Osbourne as a style panellist, went on hiatus after the funnywoman's death earlier this month at the age of 81 but bosses at the E! network have now confirmed they plan to revive the series in January.
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. (AP) - Gwen Stefani is surrounded by men. She has three sons with husband Gavin Rossdale and is the only female in her rock band No Doubt.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - Tracee Ellis Ross delivers perhaps the funniest line you'll hear on a sitcom this fall.
CBS wants to make sure you get every chance to see Teá Leoni's debut as a maverick secretary of state, so it's sandwiching the show around "The Good Wife."
Adult-targeted “Batman” prequel focuses on Commissioner Gordon’s origin. Also: CBS unleashes “Scorpion” and ABC’s “Forever” debuts.