Brian Griffin will still be on ‘Family Guy,’ despite his TV death

12.05.13 4 years ago

Brian Griffin will still be on “Family Guy,” despite his TV death
According to Entertainment Weekly, Brian will resurface on the Dec. 15 episode.

PBS posts “Frontline’s” 1999 look at the life of Nelson Mandela
The film “The Long Walk of Nelson Mandela” is now online for the first time. PLUS: TV networks aren’t changing their primetime lineups for Mandela, and Danny Glover played Mandela in a 1987 HBO movie.

Alec Baldwin is going back to TV for 1 night, thanks to TCM
On Jan. 6, Baldwin will interview Turner Classic Movies host Robert Osborne for “Private Screenings.”

HBO taps Esai Morales to play the president of the United States
He’ll star in the HBO comedy pilot “The Brink.”

“Mob City” attracts a modest viewership

Just 2.3 million tuned in for the first night of the noir miniseries.

Iran state TV attacks Jon Stewart — then copies him
Iran”s state broadcaster recently devoted six minutes to attacking Stewart’s upcoming film “Rosewater.” Yet another report on the same channel uses some of Stewart’s “Daily Show” tactics to mock the media.

Play “The Sound of Music Live” drinking game
Take two sips every time someone’s accent falters.

Dreama Walker to star in “The Grim Sleeper” on Lifetime

The film will focus on L.A.’s notorious “grim sleeper” killer.

“Billy on the Street” nabs Lindsay Lohan and Lena Dunham
Season 3 of Billy Eichner’s game show will also feature Olivia Wilde, Amy Poehler, Nick Offerman, Joel McHale, Paul Rudd and Neil Patrick Harris.

“Lost” alum Rebecca Mader joins “Once Upon a Time”

She’ll play the latest Big Bad.

What are the Top 10 episodes of 2013?
“Breaking Bad” is No. 1.

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