CTG, post: 5914072 wrote:
Yea I heard that over the summer. We still got Munch though. Right?
CTG, post: 5914072 wrote:
TheMaidenMasha, post: 5914381 wrote:
Ive been watching:
Always Sunny In Philly
Jon Benjamin has a Van
Tim and Eric Awesome Show Great Job!
Sons of Anarchy
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Adventure Time with Finn and Jake
Attack of The show (i dont know why but i still tune in)
CityTV News and CP24 for news
Parks and Recreation
Billy The Exterminator (i dont know why but this dude is so weird and entertaining to me, i just mainly laugh at his hair for the half hour)
The Ultimate Fighter
You guys think Terra Nova will be any good?
angryliberal, post: 5913510 wrote:
I like Zooey, but this show could ruin her for me. She's too over the top, just like everything else about the show. It feels like a multi-camera comedy shot in the single camera format...you almost expect a laugh track...
edit: What shows do you guys watch on DVD? Do you enjoy commentary tracks and deleted scenes? I'm a huge TV on DVD fan. Ever since Arrested Development, I like getting good comedies on DVD.
M.D., post: 5915300 wrote:
So, the two leading actors of the best leading L&O series are planning to bounce? That's sucks.
Geese Pants, post: 5913289 wrote:
I'm actually looking forward to this show............it's the only new show on NBC I'm looking forward to.
Probably on any channel.
And again.............BD Wong plays a shrink.
Then again............there is Fox's New Girl cause I have this thing about Zooey.
EVARGNUG, post: 5915545 wrote:
Caught the two hour prem of Terra Nova. There's an intriguing implication on what Terra Nova "really" is between some characters dialougues and set pieces. I've got my fingers crossed in hoping it gets really strange.
Also watching online streams of Awkward.
Amber Heard and Maria Bello. Yup.
No_Cigar, post: 5923647 wrote:
G4 covers the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Valaris, post: 5923691 wrote:
Did you mean to post that in the other thread?
maxx, post: 5923594 wrote:
lol fox knew wtf they were doin wit the new girl, took nerd/geeks soul's like they were tsang tsung.
M.D., post: 5926278 wrote:
angryliberal, post: 5925241 wrote:
It's a pretty simple formula - take a hot girl, make her a geek and watch nerds flock. I'm sort of annoyed by it because it seems sort of like pandering to a demographic. I mean, if the pandering is incidental, that's ok, but i don't think it is. However, I'm also not going to argue with seeing Zooey each week in nerdy glasses and cute dresses...
angryliberal, post: 5926521 wrote:
Oh, don't get me wrong, I don't think Zooey is pandering, I think the network execs are...
"Beware The Batman" CGI Animated Series Coming For 2013, "DC Nation" Updates
October 04, 2011 by James Harvey
New details on upcoming DC Comics-related animation programming, including details on the next animated Batman series Beware the Batman, have been revealed.
Sam Register confirmed the title of the next animated Batman series, due in 2013. Register, executive vice president for creative affairs at Warner Bros. Animation, closed the MIP Junior conference in Cannes, France on Sunday, October 2nd, 2011, with a keynote address on upcoming Warner Bros. Animation plans. MIP Junior is an intensive two-day conference agenda of debates, interactive workshops, pitching and matchmaking sessions that update executives and consumers on the latest developments in kids’ entertainment. With a new Batman theatrical feature slated for next year, Register says it was synergy to bring about a new Batman animated series.
The next Batman animated series, debuting in 2013, is titled Beware the Batman. According to Register, the CGI animated series will spotlight a classic-looking Batman teaming up with a gun-toting Alfred Pennyworth and a female ninja sidekick. Beware the Batman is executive-produced by Glen Murakami, and will explore the mythology’s more obscure villains, such as Professor Pyg, but also won't shy away from featuring some of the more well-known Batman foes.
Concerning villains slated to appear in the series, Register commented, "We went in deeper into the villain library and pulled out some other villains. We didn’t want to do another Joker story...there’s too many of them."
"We just needed to do something new, so we’re starting off with new villains," he concluded.
In the series, Batman will team up with a younger female sidekick named Katana. During the keynote, Register added that Katana will fill the sidekick role, but won't be a replacement for Robin.
"Katana is gonna be his new Robin, but not necessarily," Register said.
Register also revealed new details about the forthcoming DC Nation block during his keynote address. Highlights include Aardman Animation creating new claymation Batman shorts, Plastic Man animated shorts, and the creator behind My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic working on a series of animated shorts teaming Wonder Girl, Batgirl, Supergirl called Super Best Friends Forever. Additionally, there is also a series of Doom Patrol animated shorts in production. The block will also host a series of behind-the-scenes videos, special interviews, and much more. DC Nation, slated to run for at least three years on Cartoon Network, will debut in Spring 2012 with Young Justice and Green Lantern: The Animated Series.
Stay tuned for further updates, including exclusive content and much more, right here at The World's Finest.