DO YOU THINK "HARRY" IS INSULTED?
... Fox's new reality series I Wanna Marry "Harry" premiered last night and it bombbbbbed. Only 2.1 million people tuned in to watch stupid women try to win the heart of a random English dude who bears a slight resemblance to a prince who will probably never be king anyway, resulting in a sickly 0.7 in the 18-to-49 demo. The good news is that my faith in humanity has been restored now that I know how badly the show did. The bad news is that there are women out there who were dumb enough to appear on the series in the first place. [E! Online]
... More ratings! The Voice's two-hour finale pulled in only 11.6 million viewers on Tuesday, a 25 percent decline compared to last year's spring finale. Meanwhile, 14.9 million people tuned in to find out who'd take home the Mirrorball on Dancing With the Stars, while the Supernatural finale shocked 2.3 million viewers with its game-changing final moment. [Vulture and TV By the Numbers]
... Bill Hader is jumping into bed with HBO. The former SNL star just signed a deal to create and star in a new comedy series for the premium cable network. And sadly, that's all the info I've got on the project. [Deadline]
... Starting today, full seasons of several HBO shows—including The Sopranos, The Wire, Deadwood, Six Feet Under, Rome, and Enlightened—are available to stream on Amazon Prime. If those don't interest you, you should know you can also catch the most recent seasons of shows like Boardwalk Empire and Treme. [Amazon via press release]
... According to former Bachelorette contestant and recent Bachelorette cocktail-party-crasher Chris Bukowski, his surprise visit to the show's Season 10 premiere on Monday night was scripted by producers. HONESTLY, IS NOTHING SACRED ANYMORE? [TMZ]
... HBO has posted a first look at the comeback of The Comeback. One day that joke will get old. That day was probably several weeks ago.
... What better way to spend Memorial Day than by taking time to remember all the stuff you forgot about Falling Skies? TNT is airing a 10-hour marathon of the alien drama beginning at 10am on Monday, May 26 in anticipation of Season 4's June 22 premiere. So if you're allergic to the outdoors and/or your family, you can spend the day with Noah Wyle and a bunch of ETs instead! [TNT via press release]
... Justified's Neal McDonough, he of the creepy blue eyes, will next be creepin' on the fine folks at Pearson Specter when he joins Suits in the role of Sean Cahill, a fearless SEC investigator hired by Zeljko Ivanek's Eric Woodall. [USA via press release]
... Gillian Jacobs wasted no time in lining up her first post-Community gig. She's joining the cast of Girls in the secretive role of Mimi-Rose Howard. Sounds fancy; let's hope she doesn't Britta this one. [TV Line]
... Chloe Sevigny (Big Love) and Steven Pasquale (Rescue Me) will both recur on Netflix's still untitled family drama from the creators of Damages about four adult siblings (Kyle Chandler, Linda Cardellini, Ben Mendelsohn, and Norbert Leo Butz) whose secrets surface when their black sheep brother returns home after a long time away. Sevigny will play Chelsea, a former romantic interest of Mendelsohn's character, while Pasquale will take on the role of a potential love interest for Cardellini's character. [Deadline]
... Jessica Chastain and HBO have both shot down recent rumors that the actress has been cast in the second season of True Detective, which still doesn't officially exist, by the way. I guess it's back to the Twitter drawing board. [TV Guide]
... Several actors are returning to Major Crimes for the show's third season: Jon Tenney, Tom Berenger, Bill Brochtrup, and Malcolm-Jamal Warner will all reprise their roles on the series. Season 3—which is sent to include a backdoor pilot for a potential Major Crimes spin-off—will premiere Monday, June 9 at 9pm. [TNT via press release]
... The Blacklist has upped Amir Arison to series regular for Season 2. Arison recurred as FBI tech-guru Aram Mojtabai in Season 1. [TV Line]
... If you've ever wanted to know how people end up on MTV's hit show Catfish, Vulture's got the scoop. It's mildly more interesting than your average episode of Catfish. [Vulture]
... It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Charlie Day gave a very funny commencement speech at Merrimack College over the weekend, dropping a few knowledge bombs while making sure to point out, "I'm much smarter than the character I play on TV." Let's all hope Day parlays this experience into a new episode of It's Always Sunny in which Charlie Kelly does give a commencement address, because can you imagine how AMAZING that would be? [Gawker]
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