THE GAY & LESBIAN ALLIANCE AGAINST DEFAMATION (GLAAD) ORGANISATION HAS PUBLISHED ITS ANNUAL REPORT ABOUT THE PRODUCTION CONTENT OF THE MAJOR AMERICAN BROADCASTERS, AND THIS YEAR, CBS (WHICH OWNS TV.COM) HAS FALLEN FOUL OF THE COMMITTEE.
Following GLAAD's review, it was found that of the 126 regular characters on CBS, there was only one gay character in the form of Brad (Orlando Jones) on Rules of Engagement. As a result, the network earned a "fail" rating…
What to watch on Thursday, July 29.
Plus: Community targets its next movie spoof, as does Glee, and Buffy's Spike will reprise a villainous role.
Plus: Glee makes people inject their faces, Jorja is still on CSI's mind, and the cast of Jersey Shore is on strike.
WHILING AWAY YOUR LAST FEW HOURS AT WORK? THESE VIDEOS SHOULD HELP MAKE TIME FLY EXTRA FAST!
The best of this week's web to help the afternoon glide smoothly by.
Fresh off Glee’s 19 Emmy nominations, Ryan Murphy and Co. gathered in L.A. on Monday night for a Paley Center “Inside the Writers Room” session in Beverly Hills.
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Also, Glee's Amber Riley sang the National Anthem. Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
Plus: Robot Chicken is going to the Dark Side again, Fox and Showtime have started announcing premiere dates, and RoboCop is joining Dexter.
What to watch on Tuesday, July 13.
Here are Sunday's most intriguing TV-centric panels. You can sleep when you're dead.
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Also, Spain's goalie loves his girlfriend. Here's where everyone will be clicking today.
THE WEEK IN REVIEW
On our list this week: LeBron, the 2010 Emmy nominations, and Freaks and Geeks.
Plus: Boardwalk Empire has a premiere date, Glee answers the Britney Spears question, and Urkel beats women?
AND THE AWARDS MIGHT GO TO...
Modern Family, Mad Men also score, and voters finally recognize a Friday Night Lights pair.
AND THE WINNERS MIGHT BE...
On our list this year: Lots of Modern Family actors and a show that's not 30 Rock winning the big prize.
Plus: Fringe and Desperate Housewives get new cast members, an Oscar-winner joins Glee, and one show is taking a huge risk.
CAN YOU HEAR THE NOISE? IT'S THE SOUND OF MILLIONS OF CHEERING GLEEKS AND MODERN FAMILY FANS AT THE ANNOUNCEMENT THAT THEY'VE BOTH LANDED FANTASTIC SYNDICATION DEALS WITH OXYGEN AND USA NETWORKS, TO BEGIN AIRING IN 2013.
While, on the face of it, this means nothing to the Australian viewer who will continue to watch the shows on TEN, it does mean that each of these shows will receive a huge funding boost that will hopefully keep…
Plus: Kate Gosselin wants to make our ears bleed, Fringe casts Olivia's mom, and Love Bites gets pushed back.
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Also, Mad Men Yourself is back! Here's where everyone will be clicking today.