NBC has announced that its seventh and final season of "Parks and Recreation" will be airing back-to-back episodes starting Jan. 13 next year, Tuesday. The show will be replacing "The Voice" for the seven weeks it will air. Afterwards, the series will end its run with an hour-long finale on February 24 following "The Voice."
"Mike Schur and Amy Poehler, along with their incredible producers, cast and crew, have given us one of the great television comedies of all time, and we're inordinately proud of 'Parks and Recreation,'" said Robert Greenblatt, the NBC Entertainment chairman.
"In an effort to give it the send-off it deserves, we wanted to 'eventize' the final season to maximize the impact of these episodes, which really do take the show to a new level. The highly anticipated one-hour finale will air behind 'The Voice' in order to lead the largest audience possible into what promises to be a very special hour of television," Greenblatt added. more >>
The premiere date for "House of Cards" season 3 has been announced by Netflix via their official Twitter. The series' third season is scheduled to be released on Feb. 27, 2015. Accompanying the tweet was a short teaser featuring Kevin Spacey's character now President Frank Underwood walking up the steps onto Air Force One.
A simple message was sprawled across the teaser and said, "A special message from the White House." Much like its first two seasons, the third season's 13-episode run will be streamed on Netflix.
Season 3 will most likely continue where Season 2 left off, when Frank had just outed the previous president's marriage counseling visits to the public. The moe had triggered events which caused the then President Garret Walker to step down from the position. It was then that Frank was seen swearing the oath as the new President. more >>
The premiere of Chris Soules' season of "The Bachelor" is only a month away, and though fans of "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" have come to know Soules in Andi Dorfman's season, many are curious as to who will be vying for Prince Farming's heart.
Here is the complete list of contestants for season 19 of "The Bachelor":
Jade- raised on a farm in Gering, Nebraska and worked in the culinary industry before moving to California to pursue her dreams of becoming a model. more >>
There's just one episode left before the hit supernatural TV series "Once Upon A Time" Season 4 takes a bow for its midseason finale. However, this week's episode will surely pin the fans to their seats as spoiler reports suggest that Storybrooke will slip in a "state of total chaos."
According to reports, the Snow Queen's (Elizabeth Mitchell) Shattered Sight spell has the power to turn people against their own loved ones. A synopsis from The Futon Critic went on to describe that the spell would make the characters held "at each other's throats."
Thankfully, Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and Elsa (Georgina Haig) are immune to the spell. This is due to the yellow ribbons imbued with magic that has been put on them by the Snow Queen. more >>
The author of the best-selling book "The Christmas Shoes," and the subsequent hit TV movie, Donna VanLiere is returning to television this holiday season with "The Christmas Secret."
Based on VanLiere's novel of the same title, the film offers a similar message of hope, faith, and perseverance as "The Christmas Shoes," which held audiences spellbound in 2002. In fact, "The Christmas Shoes" spawned an entire franchise including sequels and additional TV movies. Discussing the latest addition to the "Christmas" franchise, VanLiere said "The Christmas Secret" will harken the holiday spirit when it airs on Hallmark's Movies & Mysteries Channel on Dec. 7.
"The same rang true for this book that has been for the other books," the New York Times best-selling author told CP. "It's the sense that there are difficulties and challenges and there is great pain, because none of us get through life without bumps and bruises along the way, but by that last page I always want the reader to know that hope is alive." more >>
"Arrow" aired the eighth episode of its fifth season on Wednesday, where Oliver, Felicity and Diggle deal with the boomerang-wielding murderer, Captain Boomerang, with the help of Team Flash.
The CW continues their "Arrow" and "Flash" crossover with the airing of the second part, titled "The Brave and the Bold."
Oliver a.k.a. the Arrow teamed up with Diggle and Roy a.k.a. Arsenal to raid a house owned by Digger Harkness, who may be responsible for the boomerang murders. However, they found out that ARGUS is also on the lookout for Harkness, prompting Diggle to look to his partner and ARGUS agent Lyla to find out why. more >>