Saturday, March 26, 2011

Top News Stories - Week of March 21st, 2011

Here are the top stories that burned up the livewire this week…

Fans to choose "Madden NFL 12" cover athlete. [] -

Ricky Gervais & Will Arnett set to appear on "The Office" finale. {] -

Benjamin Bratt to join the cast of "Private Practice." [] -

Lady GaGa goes country. [] -

FOX puts "Fringe" fans at ease; renews series for 4th season. [] -

FX cancels "Lights Out." [] -

Comedy Central picks up two more seasons of "Futurama." [] -

TNT renews "Southland." [] -

The Weinstein Brothers set to enter the world of video games. [] -

Maya Rudolph to team with Christina Applegate on NBC sitcom. [] -

Showtime announces premiere date for new reality series focusing on San Francisco Giants. [] -

SyFy announces new series & schedule. [] -

Disney's new “Pirates of the Caribbean” trailer aims to rejuvenate fans. [] -

"Mad Men" renewal update. [] -

Upfront week officially scheduled for this May. [] -

A look at how the critics reacted to the "Big Love" finale. [] -

Elizabeth Taylor passes away. [] -


First full “Captain America” movie trailer hits the mark with comic book fans. [] -

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Top News Stories - Week of March 14th, 2011

Here are the top stories that burned up the livewire this week…

-Kevin Costner joins "Superman: Man of Steel" as Jonathan Kent. [] -

-NBC releases first picture of Adrianne Palicki as "Wonder Woman" - [] -

-Netflix snags new drama TV series from David Fincher and Kevin Spacey. [] -

-Damon Wayans signs onto CBS sports comedy pilot. [] -

-Darren Aronofsky steps down as director of new "Wolverine" movie. [] -

-Universal announces plans for 4th "American Pie" movie entitled "American Reunion." [] -

-HBO developing new series for Phillip Seymour Hoffman. [] -

-Christina Applegate decides on NBC pilot for her TV return. [] -

-Grant Show joins "Burn Notice" in a recurring role. [] -

-NBC renews trio of Thursday night comedies (The Office, Community, Parks & Recreation). [] -

-Donald Sutherland joins NBC pilot; set to co-star with "Criminal Minds" actress Paget Brewster. [] -

-Jimmy Smits returns to NBC this pilot season. [] -

-Matthew Fox signs on as the villain in "I, Alex Cross" with Tyler Perry & Ed Burns. [] -

-Lara Spencer to leave "The Insider" for "Good Morning America." [] -

-Scott Porter cast in Rachel Bilson/Josh Schwartz CW medical pilot. [] -

-"Daredevil" sequel announced minus any of the original cast. [] -

-Enrique Iglesias rumored to be in the running to host Simon Cowell's "The X-Factor." [] -

-ABC renews "The Bachelor" & "The Bachelorette." [] -

-"No Ordinary Family" star Julie Benz set to join CBS medical pilot. [] -

-Rapper Nate Dogg passes away. [] -

-Michael Gough, who played "Batman's" loyal butler Alfred passes away. [] -

-Good Charlotte teams with Funny or Die to bring back "Double Dare" for new music video. [] -

Here are the top stories that burned up the livewire this week…

-Terry O'Quinn joins Marc Cherry's ABC pilot "Hallelujah." [] -

-Julianne Moore signs with HBO to play Sarah Palin in "Game Change." [] -

-Nickelodeon unveils new information on "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'" re-boot. [] -

-NBC announces date for Steve Carrell's last episode of "The Office." [] -

-Nickelodeon to brings back popular 90's programs on TeenNick. [] -

-TNT reveals summer schedule [] -

-Eddie Cibrian takes over lead role of NBC's "Playboy" pilot. [] -

-Jason Priestley to join Syfy's "Haven" [] -

-"Smallville's" Kristin Kreuk joins Ron Moore's "17th Precinct." [] -

-Julie Taymor rumored to be stepping down from "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark" musical. [] -

-Nintendo's "Pokemon" continues to be a video gaming force. [] -

-NBC announces May season finale plans. [] -

-Universal releases "Fast Five" trailer. [] -

-NBC announces April return for re-tooled "Law & Order: Los Angeles." [] -

-Warner Brothers/CBS fires Charlie Sheen. What's next for his series? [] -

-"The Big Bang Theory's" Jim Parsons and "Pushing Daisies" star Lee Pace to team up on Broadway. [] -

-A&E's "Breakout Kings" has breakout premiere. [] -

-Blake Shleton joins coaching panel on NBC's "The Voice." [] -

-"Last Comic Standing" finalist Mike DeStefano passes away. [] -

-Pulitzer prize winning columnist David Broder passes away. [] -

-AMC releases first full trailer of upcoming series "The Killing." [] -

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Top News Stories - Week of February 28th, 2011

Here are the top stories that burned up the livewire this week…

-ABC reveals new cast of "Dancing with the Stars." [] -

-"Battlestar" alum Tricia Helfer joins new NBC pilot. [] -

-Jennifer Lopez debuts new music video "On The Floor." [] -

-Simon Cowell talks "X-Factor" [] -

-Mar. 4, 2011 - New Movie Release Roundup. [] -

-Paramount reveals first picture of "Captain America's" Hugo Weaving' as "Red Skull." [] -

-"Idol" destroys the competition with highest-rated Thursday for any network in the last 4 years. [] -

-Showtime renews "Shameless" and "Episodes" for second seasons. [] -

-Charlie Sheen's personal publicist "respectfully" resigns. [] -

-Jeff Hephner lands lead in NBC's "Playboy." [] -

-Julianne Hough joins cast of "Rock of Ages" movie. [] -

-HBO to air "Game of Thrones' preview on April 3. [] -

-"Star Wars" returns to theaters; this time in 3D. [] -

-David Cook's cover of "Don't You Forget About Me," to be exit song on this season of "American Idol." [] -

-Diane Lane cast as Martha Kent in "Superman" reboot. [] -

-Apple reveals new iPad. [] -

-'The King’s Speech' takes its throne among Oscar royalty. [] -

-Christina Ricci boards ABC's "Pan Am" pilot. [] -

-"Dancing With The Stars" pros announced. [] -

-Katie Cassidy heads to ABC's "Georgetown." [] -

-Charlie Sheen signs up for Twitter; this should be interesting. [] -

-Showtime's "Weeds" & "The Big C" get new season premiere dates. [] -

-Josh Holloway reportedly close to guest starring on "Community." [] -

-NBC's "The Voice" lands Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green & Christina Aguilera as coaches on new reality series "The Voice." [] -[] -


-"Glee's" Matthew Morrison releases first single. [] -