Months after its supposed finale, "Person of Interest" still has a large following of fans clamoring for its return to television in any form, whether it be a spinoff or a sixth season. Having ended its five-season run in June, fans of the CBS sci-fi show aren't convinced that the finale made for a satisfactory ending. The din had grown such that a petition on Change.org was dedicated solely to press CBS to revive the show, which at present has more than 50,000 signatories.
Rumors began to float that CBS took notice of the high demand for the return of "Person of Interest," and is allegedly taking it into consideration. But by the looks of it, it looks like the axe has fallen for the CBS series for good, as the producers and cast themselves do not think a reunion in any form would still be possible.
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Fox's supernatural series "Sleepy Hollow" will essentially be doing a reboot for Season 4, following the exits of several key characters. This includes Nicole Beharie, who plays leading lady Abbie Mills, who was killed off during the Seaosn 3 finale. But Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) still has more missions ahead of him, this time in Washington D.C., as he embarks on a journey to find the Second Foretold Witness on "Sleepy Hollow" Season 4.
His transfer to Washington means new faces and new baddies to deal with. But it looks like a familiar rogue comes to town with him, as the Headless Horseman (Neil Jackson) is set to return on "Sleepy Hollow" Season 4. But will he make allies with the good guys again, or will he cause chaos once more?
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Bravo's reality tv show "The Real Housewives of New York" (RHONY) Season 8 had been an emotional roller coaster for its stars. From the discovery of Dorinda Medley's alleged cocaine use to the affairs of Luann de Lesseps' fiance, it's been disaster after disaster for the RHONY ladies. So they can't be blamed if it's taking them long to recover from the battle scars - something which Sonja Morgan heartily confessed to.
As "The Real Housewives of New York" gears up for a potentially equally charged Season 9, Sonja Morgan talked about where she now stood with her fellow RHONY ladies. She revealed that she's yet to hear from them following her Broadway debut on "Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man," and seemed a little saddened by that. She said she's always been supportive of her gals' ventures and interests, so the lack of reception for her Broadway debut had been a little disappointing.
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It is not unusual for a TV network to, just out of the blue, order two directors of two different sitcoms do a one-shot episode of their TV series. Really, like mash it up, and hope that two different plots stick together. It is no easy feat and both directors would have to agree and cooperate with one another in order to succeed. Crossovers, although very tricky, can totally boost ones rating if done right.
But when Fox decided and announced a one-episode crossover of "New Girl" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine", two of the network's hit comedy TV series, the gods of comedy decided to frown upon them. The end product? An episode that fell short of the fans' expectation.
"New Girl" is Fox's hit TV series about an energetic young woman named Jess Day (Zooey Deschanel) who lives in an apartment loft with three men. First aired in 2011, the TV show garnered five Golden Globe Awards and a multitude of nominations during its five-year tenure. more >>
Amid racially-charged tensions in America, artists who performed at the 47th annual GMA Dove Awards are offering a Kingdom response to help heal the nation by representing love and unity.
At least that's what gospel music singer-songwriter and budding pastor, Tye Tribbett, told The Christian Post.
Tribbett co-hosted this year's Dove Awards alongside Australian Christian pop duo for KING & COUNTRY that will be broadcast on national TV on Sunday. more >>
The 47th annual GMA Dove Awards named Lauren Daigle and Kirk Franklin among the biggest winners last night, while reuniting the legendary group DC Talk on stage.
Tuesday's show at the Allen Arena at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, surprised everyone in attendance when rock/rap trio DC Talk hit the stage together following a 16-year hiatus. TobyMac kicked things off by performing one of his songs and then brought out bandmates Kevin Max and Michael Tait to perform "Love Feels Like," a new tune that brought the three together in the studio this past year.
As the award show continued, Lauren Daigle earned the night's top honor for the prestigious category of "Artist of the Year," just one year after being named the best "new artist" in Christian music by the association. more >>