If I hadn't seen a calendar this morning, I could have sworn today was Monday part two. So when I get home, I think I'm going to kick back and watch a movie with the family.
Fox reduced its back order for the Tuesday night comedy “Dads” to just six from a previous nine episodes.
By Rick Kissell Fox’s Tuesday comedy block is getting a midseason makeover, with “Glee” moving over from Thursday and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” getting a promotion behind “New Girl.” The net on Thursday also announced other midseason sked changes, including relaunching “The Following” as a two-night event, similar to the way it recently introduced “Almost Human.” “Following,” […]
TV personalities as varied as the fictional Walter White of "Breaking Bad" and real-life dance teacher Abby Miller of "Dance Moms" are among the 10 who have been named to a new list of "The 10 Worst TV Role Models." Details …
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Fox says it's ordering a full season of the new comedy "Dads," which came under early fire by critics. The series is about two best friends and business partners whose fathers move in. It stars Seth Green, Giovanni Ribisi, Peter Riegert and Martin Mull. An additional nine episodes were ordered for […]
So far this fall, nearly twice as many freshman series have been given full season orders (seven) as have been canceled (four). That ratio is about to change, however, as networks start making tough decisions about shows still in limbo.
Fox has ordered six more scripts of “Dads” despite the fact that the first-year sitcom is struggling in the ratings.
An Asian-American watchdog group is accusing the new Fox sitcom “Dads” of trafficking in “racial and sexual stereotypes.”
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - It doesn't debut until next month, but the Fox sitcom "Dads" is already taking heat in early reviews for being crass, sexist and racially insensitive. The stars and producers of "Dads" faced reporters Thursday and defended the show as focusing on human frailties for the sake of laughs and enlightenment. […]
Fox, facing the ebbing ratings power of “American Idol,” is betting big on its first miniseries showcase, starting with a limited-edition “24” and shows from heavyweight producers Seth MacFarlane and J.J. Abrams to invigorate its schedule.