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ABC Renews Wipeout For A Third Season

ABC has renewed its hit summer-time reality series Wipeout for a third season.

Although the show hasn’t done as well in the ratings this season, it still remains a solid summer time performer, placing in first place for its time period in total viewers and across each of the key Men demographics (M18-34/M18-49/M25-54) and is a strong second place in Adults 18-49 against Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance.

The full press release follows after the jump. Continue reading ABC Renews Wipeout For A Third Season

ABC Schedules Eastwick and Brothers & Sisters

ABC today filled the remainder of its fall premiere dates, scheduling the new supernatural drama Eastwick for Wednesday, September 23rd at 10:00pm, and returning drama Brothers & Sisters for premiere on Sunday, September 27th at 10:00pm.

You can check out the rest of ABC’s fall premiere schedule at this link.

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Oscars Best Picture Field Will Expand to 10

oscar-062509The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences on Wednesday announced that 10 films will be competing for Best Picture at next year’s 82nd Academy Awards ceremony.  The move marks the first time since 1943 that there have been so many contenders in the Best Picture category.

Nominations for the 82nd Academy Awards will be announced on Tuesday, February 2, 2010.  The event will take place at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood and televised live by ABC on March 7, 2010.

The full press release follows after the jump. Continue reading Oscars Best Picture Field Will Expand to 10

Crash Course Premieres This Summer on ABC

ABC has given a green light to the competition series Crash Course.  The network plans to air seven one-hour episodes in August.  Orlando Jones (MadTV) and Dan Cortese (Veronica’s Closet) will serve as commentators:

Via THR:

Each episode features five couples (such as brother and sister, best friends, spouses, etc.) undertaking four […]

Video Clips from ABC’s 2009/2010 Shows

abc200910shows-051909Head on through the jump for video clips from eight of ABC’s new 2009/2010 shows: Cougar Town, V, Flash Forward, Happy Town, Hank, The Forgotten, Modern Family, The Middle. Continue reading Video Clips from ABC’s 2009/2010 Shows

ABC Announces 11 New Shows for 2009/2010 Schedule; Cancels According to Jim and Cupid

ABC today announced their 2009/2010 slate of new programming, with 11 pickups.  The network picked up six new dramas (The Deep End, Eastwick, Flash Forward , The Forgotten, Happy Town, V), four new comedies (Cougar Town, Hank, The Middle, Modern Family) and one alternative series (Shark Tank).

Meanwhile ABC confirmed the cancellations of comedy According to Jim and drama Cupid.

Head on through the jump for the network’s fall and midseason schedules and details of all the new shows. Continue reading ABC Announces 11 New Shows for 2009/2010 Schedule; Cancels According to Jim and Cupid

Cold Case and Chuck Renewed; The Unusuals and Terminator: TSCC Canceled

I just reported on these renewals and cancellations via my Twitter page (, but in case you missed them here they are again.  In terms of renewals we’ve got two new developments: CBS has handed out a seventh season renewal to the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced drama Cold Case, while Chuck has been given a 13-episode […]

ABC Development Slate/Schedule for 2009/2010 Season [Continually Updated]

Following you will find ABC’s current development slate (confirmed and rumored) and schedules for the 2009/2010 season.  Updates will be made on a regular basis, ahead of and through the upfronts which take place next week.

I’ll sticky the thread to the of the page when an update happens, but you can find this post on the Television page of the website at all times at this link.

LATEST UPDATE @ 10:00am on 5/19/2009: ABC has officially released their fall schedule.  The biggest change/addition is a change of day and time for Ugly Betty (now on Friday’s at 9:00pm) and the addition of a two-hour comedy block on Wednesday night’s from 8:00-10:00pm consisting of all-new programming: HankThe MiddleModern FamilyCougar Town.  That night will lead into new drama Eastwick.  Check out full schedule by heading over the jump.

With the release of the schedule, ABC has confirmed the following two cancellations: According to Jim and Cupid. Continue reading ABC Development Slate/Schedule for 2009/2010 Season [Continually Updated]

Michael Emerson Talks Lost Finale + New Sneak Peeks

michaelemersonlost-051209Missed this last week, but with the fifth season finale coming up tomorrow night, now’s as good a time as any to bring it up.

Michael Emerson (Ben) tells E! Online that the finale of Lost will feature two shock endings that he says will have the “audience eating its own soul for the whole hiatus”:

E! Online: As a Lost fan yourself, how shocking did you find this season’s finale? Is it more shocking or less that the season-three finale where we learned Jack and Kate got off the Island?

Emerson: Ours is a show that specializes in big shock endings, but I think season five…None of the other shock endings left me wondering how the show goes on. We have two kinds of huge shocks at the end of this one. Each one alone would be enough to keep an audience eating its own soul for the whole hiatus, but with two, I don’t know what you can do with that.

The two-hour season finale of Lost airs tomorrow night (Wednesday, May 13th) at 9:00pm on ABC. There are also four new sneak peek clips from the finale.  Check them out after the jump. Continue reading Michael Emerson Talks Lost Finale + New Sneak Peeks

ABC Picks Up Flash Forward

ABC has given an early series pickup to the sci-fi drama Flash Forward.  The green light isn’t much of a surprise given that the network has already begun marketing it via a series of viral spots that ran during episodes of Lost.  Flash Forward is ABC’s second early series order, following up on the […]

Disney Content Joining Hulu

Hulu and the Walt Disney Company have announced that Disney has agreed to join NBC Universal, News Corporation and Providence Equity Partners as a joint venture partner and equity owner of the popular online video service Hulu.

According to the press release, which you can read in full after the jump, here is the new content that will be made available on Hulu:

  • Full-length episodes of ABC primetime programs like Lost, Grey’s Anatomy, Desperate Housewives, Ugly Betty, Samantha Who?, Scrubs, Private Practice and popular late night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live
  • Full-length episodes of hit ABC Family series like The Secret Life of the American Teenager and Greek
  • Popular series from ABC Daytime and SOAPnet like General Hospital and The View
  • Classic series from ABC’s library like Hope and Faith, Less Than Perfect, Commander in Chief, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and Dancing with the Stars
  • Select hit programs from Disney Channel like Wizards of Waverly Place and Phineas and Ferb which can be easily accessed from a new DISNEY location in the Channel section of
  • Popular library titles from The Walt Disney Studios
  • Short-form content including webisodes, sneak peeks and episode recaps from ABC Entertainment, ABC Family and SOAPnet

Head through the jump to read the full press release. Continue reading Disney Content Joining Hulu

Scrubs May Gets Ninth Season Renewal

ABC says that they are in talks to renew the veteran comedy Scrubs for a ninth season, with some or all of the original cast members coming back.  The network is currently going over the proposed budget for next season with ABC Studios, who produces the series.

According to THR, Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence […]