Amazon shows, Nurse Jackie, new reality shows, and The Voice!

SEASON FINALES, March 31 2014:

  • How I Met Your Mother (One-hour series finale, 8 pm, CBS)
  • Intelligence (Season 1 finale, 10 pm, CBS)
  • Chozen (Season 1 finale, 10:30 pm, FX)

-Amazon has renewed Alpha House for a second season. They have also cancelled Betas and given 6 different pilots series orders. The 6 pilots are The AfterBoschMozart in the JungleTransparentGortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street, and Wishenpoof!.

-Michael Chiklis joins the cast of American Horror Story: Freak Show. Chiklis will be playing Evan Peters’ character’s father and Kathy Bates’ ex-husband. Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Angela Basset, and Frances Conroy will all be returning for the fourth season. The new season will be set in Jupiter, Florida, in 1950 and feature Jessica Lange as a German ex-pat managing on of the last freak shows in the U.S.

-Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino (from the hit show Jersey Shore) will be in a new reality show called The Sorrentinos which will air on the TV Guide Network. The show will focus less on partying and more on “The Situation” spending time with his New Jersey family. No premiere date has been set yet. A little promo was shot for the network and can be found in the video.

-Nicole Richie’s new show #CandidlyNicole has gotten a series order from VH1 for eight episodes that is supposed to premiere July 17. The show will be based on Richie’s popular AOL online series which was in turn based on Richie’s irreverent Twitter feed. It will “detail her daily adventures and give insight into her decisions on style, relationships, her work life, and her journey to adulthood” according to VH1.

-Showtime has renewed Nurse Jackie for a seventh season. Production is supposed to begin later this year in New York. Peter Facinelli (Dr. Fitch Cooper), however, is not returning for the new season. Showrunner Clyde Phillips said “Peter asked to be released from his contract to pursue new creative challenges.” The sixth season premieres April 13 at 9/8c.

-Pharrell Williams is joining The Voice apparently as a new coach. He will be taking over Cee Lo Green’s seat for the upcoming season 7.

Late Night Talk Show schedule– March 31 to April 4

Just a schedule of what’s happening on all your favorite late night talk shows! They are categorized by when they air. This schedule will be posted every Sunday.

Monday: Adam Sandler; Tig Notaro;

Tuesday: Seth Rogen; Phillip Phillips

Wednesday: Simon Helberg; Eli Young Band

Thursday: Charles Barkley; Lyle Lovett

Monday: Chris Evans; Ricky Jay

Tuesday: Samuel L. Jackson; Minnie Driver; Pitbull

Wednesday: Denis Leary; Cat Deeley; Nickel Creek

Thursday: Daniel Radcliffe; Cedric the Entertainer; Travie McCoy

Friday: Bill O’Reilly; Anthony Mackie; Sky Ferreira

Monday: Mindy Kaling; Jim Jeffries

Tuesday: David Duchovny; Danai Gurira; Standup Comedy from Pete Davidson

Wednesday: Bill Clinton; Interview and music from Manny Pacquiao

Thursday: Emma Stone; Jeff Perry; Music from Schoolboy Q

Friday: TBA/NONE

Monday: Cobie Smulders; Nick Cannon; Manchester Orchestra

Tuesday: Kristin Chenoweth; Amy Schumer; Johnnyswim


Thursday: Johnny Depp; Kevin Drew

Friday: Billy Crystal; Tony Hale; Liv Warfield

Monday: Kevin bacon; Kevin Millar; Sean Casey; Katherine Schwarzenegger

Tuesday: Nick Cannon; Brett Eldredge

Wednesday: Bob Costa; Steve Coogan; Kongos

Thursday: Whoopi Goldberg; Judd Apatow; John Mulaney

Friday: TBA/NONE

If you’re favorite Late Night talk show isn’t on this list and you want it there, let me know in the comments down below and I’ll add it to the list!

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Daytime Talk Show schedules– March 31 to April 4

A list of all your daytime talk shows and what’s going to be happening each day of the week! Will be posted every Sunday. They are sorted by time of day they are on.

Monday: Chris Evans; Nick Cannon; behind the scenes of “Dancing With the Stars”; MKTO performs

Tuesday: Scarlett Johansson; “Dancing With the Stars”; John Cena, Hulk Hogan and Shawn Michaels; Biz Stone

Wednesday: Actress Samuel L. Jackson; actress Connie Britton; chef Carla Hall; actress Eva Mendes

Thursday: Actor Anthony Mackie; actress Brittany Daniel; chef Mario Batali; deals and steals

Friday: Sebastian Stan; Nick Lachey; Lisa Lillien; a performance from “Jesus Christ Superstar”

Monday: Seth Meyers; Cedric the Entertainer; latest eliminated contestant on “American Idol” performs

Tuesday: Daniel Radcliffe; Minnie Driver; Nick Cannon performs

Wednesday: Samuel L. Jackson; Connie Britton; Peter Gros introduces the hosts to some exotic animals

Thursday: Anna Chlumsky; Omar Epps

Friday: James Franco; Poppy Montgomery

Monday: Guest co-host Dan Harris; director Tyler Perry; airline tips with Peter Greenberg; pop culture news. (Repeat from 3/12/14)

Tuesday: Guest co-host Thomas Roberts; TV host Steve Harvey; actress Marcia Gay Harden (Repeat from 3/10/14)

Wednesday: Guest co-host Jerry O’Connell; Gayle King; pop culture news; Kandi Burruss and Mama Joyce (Repeat from 2/20/14)

Thursday: Jorge Ramos; Jane Leeves; Wendie Malick and Valerie Bertinelli; Lisa Niemi (Repeat from 3/17/14)

Friday: Guest co-host Mario Lopez; Sally Jessy Raphael (Repeat from 3/20/14)

Monday: Guest co-host Ginger Zee; tapas New York’s El Colmado; author Lisa Lillien

Tuesday: Guest co-host Kellie Pickler helps Carla prepare a meal from her new cookbook

Wednesday: TV host Howie Mandel; Clinton hosts a game of Raiders of the Lost Fridge

Thursday: Mario and Michael prepares stadium favorites; bunny cupcakes at Georgia’s Day Bakery

Friday: Jellybean factory; Easter feast; dessert; Daphne provides an update on motherhood and her daughter.

Monday: An April Fool’s Day stunt with TV hosts Drew Carey and Craig Ferguson; guest co-hosts Marie Osmond and Carnie Wilson; entertainment reporter Jessica Radloff; chef Christy Jordan

Tuesday: Guest co-host Carnie Wilson; TV personality Thea Andrews; personal trainer Dolvett Quince

Wednesday: Actress Valerie Bertinelli; radio personality Damien Fahey; chef Paul Bartolotta; Guest co-host Carnie Wilson

Thursday: Musician Blake Shelton; chef Hugh Acheson; Steve Burton; Joshua Morrow; Guest co-host Marie Osmond

Friday: Musician Luke Bryan; TV host Mario López; chef CJ Jacobson prepares marinated and grilled pork satay with roasted pears; Guest co-host Marie Osmond

Monday: Giuliana and Bill Rancic’s Health Tell-All

Tuesday: 3 New Ways to Prevent Alzheimer’s

Wednesday: Are There Impostors in Your Medicine Cabinet?

Thursday: How to Revive Your Flatlined Sex Life

Friday: TBA/NONE

Monday: Lindsay Lohan; Amy Schumer

Tuesday: Jennifer Love Hewitt; Cheryl Hines; Beck

Wednesday: Simon Baker; Anthony Mackie

Thursday: Luke Bryan; B.J. Novak; Kym Douglas

Friday: Andrew Garfield; Emma Stone; Jamie Foxx; Dan & Shay

–If you want me to talk about any other daytime talk shows let me know! I’ll post these every sunday so you can have enough time to DVR and episode if you’d like!

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Defiance premiere, Sharknado 2, Helix renewed, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland cancelled.

SEASON FINALES, March 28 2014:

  • Helix (season 1 finale, 10 pm, Syfy)

-Syfy has announced that the second season of Defiance will premiere Thursday June 19, 8 pm ET. Dominion will premiere right after 9 pm. Syfy has also created a miniseries called Defiance: The Lost Ones which will help bridge the gap between season 1 and season 2. There are 5 installments in the series, with each episode being between 3-5 minutes long. The first installment of the series is in the link below.

-Brian Baumgartner is guest-starring on The Bridge during the upcoming season 2. He will play Gary, a recovering alcoholic who is the AA sponsor of Daniel Frye. He has only signed on for one episode, but will possibly be a recurring character. He will also be playing a killer on Criminal Minds in the upcoming episode “Fatal.”

Sharknado 2: The Second One. will premiere July 30 at 9/8c on Syfy (one day earlier than previously announced). The poster for the epic sequel has also been released.


-Syfy has also renewed Helix for a second season. It will consist of 13 episodes and will hopefully have a winter 2015 premiere. The season finale is tonight.

-ABC has officially cancelled Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. It will end after the April 3 season ender. The spinoff was intended as a miniseries to bridge the gap between seasons of the flagship series but ABC decided to air it during the fall. Shark Tank will take over the Thursday at 8 pm slot for a week before repeats of Grey’s Anatomy will move into the slot.

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Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Mind Games, Graceland, and more!

SERIES PREMIERES, March 27, 2014:

  • Surviving Jack (Christopher Meloni) starts at 9:30/8:30c on FOX

-ABC’s Mind Games has been cancelled due to low rating for the past five episodes. For the next two weeks the network will use the Tuesday 10pm time slot to show repeat episodes of Resurrection (which originally airs on Sunday). Then, beginning April 15, ABC will start the 3rd season of Celebrity Wife Swap during that time slot.

-The cellist of Coulson’s dreams in Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is getting a name (Audrey) and will be played by Amy Acker. She is scheduled to appear in the April 22 episode. No mention of a recurring role yet however. The second half of the first season resumes on April 1 at 8 pm on ABC.

-Michelle Borth is apparently leaving Hawaii Five-O. She played Catherine ‘Cat’ Rollins since the first season but she will not be returning for the fifth season of the show. No word on how she is making her exit but the executive producer did the second-to-last episode would feature “some flashbacks to [Catherine’s] stint in the military”. Hawaii Five-O airs Fridays at 9/8c on CBS.

-Carmine Giovinazzo (known for his role as Danny Messer on CSI:NY) will have a recurring role on Graceland. He will play  Sid Markham, the head of the LAPD’s Gang Task Force. Jon Sklaroff (24, Life) will also have a recurring role on the show as a low-life who trade is human trafficking. Graceland is returning to USA this summer for a second season. No word on a premiere date though.

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In the Flesh, Kitchen Nightmares, and Community

SEASON FINALES, March 26 2014!

  • Pysch (Series finale, 9 pm, USA)… SO SAD 😦
  • Duck Dynasty (Season 5 finale, 10 pm, A&E)
  • Broad City (Season 1 finale, 10:30 pm, Comedy Central)

-BBC America has announced that the zombie mini-series In the Flesh is returning May 10th.

-Showtime has ordered a Morgan Spurlock produced show, Seven Deadly Sins, which is a docu-series. He will also host the show.  It will premiere on June 19 at 11pm.

Enlisted and Raising Hope are getting replaced by Kitchen Nightmares starting April 11. FOX is promising that Enlisted will return, no idea when though. It has also been bumped from next week’s episode cause of the hour-long Raising Hope series finale (April 4, 2014).

-Insiders at NBC and Sony are saying that they are optimistic about a final 13-episode season of Community. And are also in talks about a movie. If NBC does not renew the show, Sony said they would shop the final season elsewhere, like Hulu. So hopefully the “six seasons and a movie” actually comes true because the show is amazing and everyone who hasn’t seen it should. All episodes of the show are on Hulu if you’d like to binge watch the show!

-The FOX spring and summer premiere dates have been announced! Check the page I made about all the premiere dates from all the networks!

CSI, Vikings, American Horror Story: Freak Show, and more!


  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Season 1 finale, 9:30 pm, FOX)
  • Kroll Show (Season 2 finale, 10:30 pm, Comedy Central)

-Paul Guilfoyle who has played Captain Jim Brass on all 14 seasons of CSI is leaving the show during this season’s finale in May. No word on why he has exited, but it did not sound like it was his decision to leave the show. Also no word on how he will leave the show. The season finale is May 7th. CSI: Crime Scene Investigations air Wednesdays at 9/8c on CBS.

-History has ordered a third season of the hit show Vikings. It has been picked up for a 10 episode third season.  Production for the new season will begin this summer to air in 2015. The season finale for the second season is Thursday May 1. Vikings airs Thursdsays at 10pm ET/PT on History.

-Ryan Murphy has confirmed that the fourth season of American Horror Story will be called American Horror Story: Freak Show and will indeed take place at a carnival. It will be a 13-episode season. There is a bigger plot description in the link! 

-Tessa Ferrer (Leah Murphy on the show) and Gaius Charles (Shane Ross) will not be returning to for new season of Grey’s Anatomy as regulars at least. They could still return and make guest appearances. The season finale is May 15th. Grey’s Anatomy airs Thursdays at 9/8c on ABC.

-BBC America has ordered its first original comedy series, Almost Royal. Ed Gamble and Amy Hoggart star in the show. The description is in the link.

-Daniel Sharman, who played Isaac, is leaving Teen Wolf. He apparently will not be killed off however, so there could be a chance for him to return in the future. In the fourth season, which airs June 23 on MTV, Scott (Tyler Posey) has to confront “very human problems.”

-A new trailer for the upcoming 24 reboot, 24: Live Another Day, has come out. The reboot airs May 5 on FOX.

-New pictures from the show Gotham have been released.

Here is the Oswald Cobblepot aka the penguin, played by Robin Lord Taylor.


Alfred has also been revealed and he will be played by Sean Pertwee.



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Alice in Arabia axed and Last Comic Standing

-ABC Family is not going through with their new pilot Alice in Arabia anymore after complaints that it relied heavily on stereotypes of Muslims.

-NBC’s Last Comic Standing, which has been on a four year hiatus, has added some new judges to the eighth season premiering this summer, as well as a new host and new format. Roseanne Barr and Keenen Ivory Wayans will serve as celebrity judged on the new season. Russell Peters will join them as well. J.B. Smoove is the new host and Wanda Sykes will serve as an executive producer for the season. The season is consisting of 13 hour-long episodes. The new format includes invitation-only auditions consisting of 100 comedians who will be whittled down to 20. They will compete in semifinal rounds and the Top 10 will move into “challenge rounds” which will test the competitors even more. The new season premieres May 22 at 9 pm ET on NBC. .


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Late Night Talk Show schedule–March 24-28

Just a schedule of what’s happening on all your favorite late night talk shows! They are categorized by when they air. This schedule will be posted every Sunday.

Monday: Jeff Garlin; Andy Daly; Todd Barry

Tuesday: Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein; Rachael Harris; Lucius

Wednesday: Rosario Dawson; Hannibal Buress; Frankie Ballard

Thursday: The Cast of the Walking Dead; White Denim (Repeat from 2/6/14)

Monday: Arnold Schwarzenegger; Carson Daly; Vampire Weekend

Tuesday: Jude Law; Shakira

Wednesday: Bill Cosby; Joby Ogwyn; Nathan West

Thursday: Russell Crowe; Joan Rivers; the National

Friday: January Jones; Josh Holloway; Passenger

Monday: Jennifer Connelly; Rohan Chand; music from Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings

Tuesday: Nicole Kidman; Alyson Hannigan; music from Jerrod Niemann

Wednesday: Julia Louis-Dreyfus; Michael Pena

Thursday: Jason Bateman; Katie Lowes; John Legend

Friday: NONE.

Monday: President Jimmy Carter; Josh Charles; The Hold Steady

Tuesday: Emma Watson; Nick Offerman; The Strypes; a musical tribute to Johnny Cash

Wednesday:  Peter Dinklage; Hari Kondabolu; Sage the Gemini

Thursday: Sage Kotesenburg; Kate Mara; Cole Swindell (Repeat from 2/18/14)

Friday: Michael Keaton; Phantogram (Repeat from 3/4/14)

Monday: Kathie Lee Gifford; Hoda Kotb; Kyle MacLachlan; Karmin

Tuesday: Kim Kardashian; Taran Killam; Arianna Huffington

Wednesday: Tim Olyphant; Cristin Millioti; Bleachers

Thursday: Jennifer Connelly; James Van Der Beek; Joe Mande

Friday: TBA/NONE

If you’re favorite Late Night talk show isn’t on this list and you want it there, let me know in the comments down below and I’ll add it to the list!

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