Plus: Comic-Con panel announcements, Hell on Wheels shuts down production, Cinemax wants more Hunted, and sharks will fall from Syfy's sky.
Also: Grimm won't be back until Halloween.
CBS has released its latest roster of attractive crazy people who will iive together in a house and act ridiculous in the name entertainment for three nights each week.
Will is wandering around Joshua Tree and having visions.
Welcome to the latest round of TV.com's "This vs. That," where we pit two things against one another and you vote on which one should win... in whatever context you choose.
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If you've ever been excited by the announcement of a TV pilot only to then be disappointed when some rich jerkface network execs decided not to order it to series based on the skewed opinions of a few focus groups…
He insisted he wouldn't return, but with the series finale approaching, the latest gossip suggests that maybe—just maybe—we'll see Michael Scott again after all.
In anticipation of this weekend's premiere, I caught up with Iannucci to discuss his approach to skewering American politics and what's in store for Season 2.
Caution: There is a LOT of intent staring ahead.