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Who wants to go halfsies?
Giligan's next move post-<em>Breaking Bad</em>.
Jon Stewart makes a big splash on this year's list of Television's Highest Paid Earners.
Did you see Lindsay Weir from Freeks and Geeks on Mad Men last night? She's not the first 90s star to pop up on the show, and she likely won't be the last.
Cablevision used to love channel bundles. Now it's suing over them. We explain the change in tune.
GMA host Elizabeth Vargas asks Tom Hanks to do an Australian accent, and he gets so deep into character that he drops an f-bomb on live TV.
"Batman: The Animated Series" can almost legally drink. Damn, I feel old.
The latest Internet-created Breaking Bad faux-spinoff features Jesse Pinkman in a Seinfeld-esque sitcom.
It's a pretty straightforward question: "Star Trek" may be coming back if Bryan Fuller and Bryan Singer successfully revive "The Munsters".
As you <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tag/uproxx-discussions/" target="_blank">may have already noticed</a>, 2012 is going to be a more conversational year here at UPROXX.
"The Walking Dead" is one of the most popular scripted shows on the air.
Now that Melissa Rosenberg is finished writing a series of awful movies about a whiny teenager and her gay vampire boyfriend, and is working on touching "Highlander" in its no-no place for 2014, what else can she ruin.
"The Dark Tower" had problems of ambition right from the very start.
If you were to hop in the DeLorean and head back to 1994, there's no way in hell you'd believe <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/Snoop-dogg">Snoop Dogg</a> would be getting his own family sitcom down the line, not after once facing murder charges and publicly sipping gin cocktails back in the day.
Most of the time Daniel Tosh's infamous "Web Redemptions" deal with someone trying to get back at one person.
In an effort to try to stem the tide of people <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/technology/2011/09/cable-tv-is-so-over-a-quick-guide-to-cutting-the-cord/">cutting ties with cable and satellite providers</a> to watch TV programming online, Time Warner will tonight start heavily promoting TV Everywhere -- a <a href="http://www.engadget.com/2009/06/24/time-warners-tv-everywhere-to-pipe-internet-tv-to-comcast-subcr/">long in development system</a> that would basically allow cable subscribers to watch everything they do at home on their computers and mobile devices -- on TBS and TNT, according to <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/12/business/media/campaign-trains-viewers-for-tv-everywhere.html?_r=2&smid=tw-NYTimesAd&seid=auto">a report by the New York Times' Brian Stelter</a>.
Ever since Babylon 5 went off the air in 1998, show creator J.
A new trailer's out for series 6.
Marvel has pretty thoroughly destroyed their curse when it comes to feature films, but they're owned by Disney, which means they're going to do a full-on media assault.
As you may have heard, Friday Night Lights is ending its five season run this week, and since it's quite a <a href="http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/6766070/clear-eyes-full-hearts-lose">popular show with Internet people</a>, there are tributes starting to pop up all over the place.