Hey, remember when we live-blogged the Oscars?! How fun was that?! The answer, of course, was very. Very fun, indeed. (Side: Too bad we can't import the comments from these things — going back and forth that night was half the fun!). The year was 2012. This paper had a different-looking website. I still had friends. The ceremony was still held in February. And, most importantly, "The Artist," which someone I know once claimed it "the best silent movie of 2012," cleaned up.
Don't worry. You ... read more
And boom, as we like to say oh so often on this here blog, goes the dynamite.
In a sprawling if not entirely provocative piece that went up yesterday, Jim Edwards from Business Insider said television is currently dying and he has numbers to prove it.
And boy. Does he have numbers to prove it.
Enhanced by more charts than a seventh-grader's math book (or a nurse's office space, take your pick), the report is fascinating. In fact, it's so fascinating, I suggest you click on over there, ... read more
Not to beat a dead bird over the head, but ... how 'bout we talk about Twitter again? OK? Good. I mean, it's not like anyone's reading anyway, right? Right.
Behold Nielsen's brand-new, revolutionary, completely complex Top 10 Twitter TV ratings:
1. The Walking Dead
3. American Horror Story: Coven
4. Catfish: The TV Show
5. The X Factor
7. The Voice
8. Jimmy Kimmel Live
9. The X Factor
10. Dancing With The Stars
Now, behold the Nielsen television ratings for the ... read more
Because who hasn't wondered about where Corbin Bleu is these days?!
Have no fear, Disney Channel fans, the former "High School Musical" standout (assuming "standout" means "cast member") is returning to the airwaves Monday when "One Life To Live" calls up its friend, "All My Children," and they plan their first night out together in years. Yes. We've written about this before. From Gary Levin at USA Today ...
"Both will be available Monday in a shortened half-hour weekday format at Hulu ... read more
TV Without A TV: Your one-stop shop for all things soap opera.
No, but really, guys — there's even a soap operas category!
Take it away, Graeme McMillian from the website Digital Trends ...
"Eighteen months after the idea of airing ABC’s cancelled soap operas 'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live' online first floated," he wrote Monday, "the concept has come to fruition: Both shows will debut online via Hulu and iTunes later this year. New episodes of the two series, which were ... read more