Archive for the Entertainment CategoryMarch 14, 2013
Fans of long defunct CW series Veronica Mars took only 10 hours to fund a proposed $2 million feature film reviving the character Wednesday.
Pandora has announced that they will begin imposing a 40 hour free monthly mobile listening limit on users of their free music streaming service due to rising royalty costs for the music.
Netflix announced that their 14 episode order of previously canceled sitcom Arrested Development would be the only episodes they’d be producing.
NBC interviewed boxing legend Evander Holyfield at the 2012 London Olympics during the Today show on Monday, but had no idea who he was. He was interviewed about the Opening Ceremony as just another tourist walking around London.
Since the $43 million puppet show known as the 2012 London Olympic Opening Ceremonies started last Friday afternoon (EDT), social media users have been subjected to almost non-stop whining about NBC’s practice of airing major Olympic events on television during prime time.
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The Political Correctness Police Force has sidelined pretty Greek track star Voula Papachristou after she tweeted a joke. She will not be allowed to participate in the 2012 Olympics.
Ubiquitous comedic actor Fred Willard was arrested with his pants down and own willard in his hand in a Hollywood porn movie theater last night.
Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler has announced that he’s leaving his post as a judge for FOX’s American Idol.
Philadelphia’s new News/Talk radio station 106.9 WWIQ-FM has launched their much anticipated morning drive news program. The station’s morning news block, which airs from 5AM to 9AM, is hosted by Larry Mendte and Levittown native Al Gardner.