PBS Planning 24/7 Channel For Kids

PBS Planning 24/7 Channel For Kids

PBS announced Tuesday that it is setting up a 24/7 TV channel and web stream for its children’s shows — an expansion of the daytime PBS Kids franchise. CNN Money’s Brian Stelter writes: PBS is setting up a 24/7 television channel and web stream for...

AMAs Want You To Vote

Ready, set… vote.  The nominations for the 2007 American Music Awards are out, and for the first time, the winners will be determined by online voting at ama.abc.com. The polls are open from Oct. 9 to Nov. 1. ABC will broadcast the AMAs on Nov. 18. 2007 AMERICAN...

Jumper Trailer

Sweet, wounded Jesus! The trailer for Doug Liman’s globe-trotting adventure has finally hit the web in all its visual effects glory. First glances look gorgeous and freaky. Could this have a “Blade Runner”-like Dogma intertwined into its story? Guess we have to wait...

John Rambo Poster

Yikes! Apparently they determined that Stallone’s crusty old face would be enough to bring fans back into theaters. Well your going to have to polish off those photoshop skills before you get my...

Extras Christmas Special

If I were Ricky Garvis I would never work again. But for some reason he feels a need to please his fans and dish out an Extras Christmas Special. David Tennant, Hale and Pace, George Michael, Lionel Blair, Clive Owen, Gordon Ramsay and Lisa Scott Lee will all be...

‘Friday Night Lights’ Opens With a Bang

Trust the writers, trust the writers. The melodramatic murder on the second-season premiere of “Friday Nights Lights” has everybody talking. It’s going to be interesting to see what happens to Tyra and Landry next. We don’t want our favorite...

“Fringe” Benefit for Fox

Fox has been looking for another “X-Files,” and it may have found it in “Fringe,” a new sci-fi project from the prolific J.J. Abrams. According to industry reports, Fox is paying a “Lost”-like $10 million for the two-hour pilot and...

“Cupid” Takes Another Shot

ABC hopes to revive “Cupid,” the cult favorite that was a breakout for writer Rob Thomas and star Jeremy Piven. Thomas, who went on to create “Veronica Mars”, has signed to develop a new version of the 1998-99 show — it lasted 15 episodes...