Despite the fact that Lone Star and My Generation have already been axed (and shows like Running Wilde and Outlaw are on the bubble), at least one series has already garnered enough to success to warrant a full season order. Today Fox announced (via press release) their order for 9 more episodes of Raising Hope for a full season order of 22 episodes altogether. The family comedy is the first new series to snag a full season order. Fox entertainment president Kevin Reilly says, “With Raising Hope, Greg Garcia captures a smart take on the working-class family with a great mix of wild comedy and a big dose of heart. The show is running like a Swiss clock, and we’re very happy with how well audiences have responded so far – so we’re confident it will build an even bigger audience throughout the season.” Anyone out there completely stoked about this?
Even though it's probably not a good idea to make light of an American Ninja Warrior, for reasons of ass-kicking.
A excellent, detailed look into the origins of The Silk Road, and the FBI's case against Ross Ulbricht. The documentary is illuminating both for those unfamiliar with the material, as well as those who have kept up with the case.
The HBO tennis mockumentary also stars Michael Sheen, Will Forte, and Lena Dunham.
The daily ratings are on hiatus for the summer, but here are some of the greatest hits from this past week's numbers.
Oh, good, more talking animated animals. Fantastic.
'The Winds of Winter' is coming...maybe!
"Fun fact, wolves are actually pack animals. I'm more of a 'lone squirrel.'"
Essentially, an entire list of plot points more interesting than Megan or Diana.
The second season of Halt and Catch Fire opens 18 months after the creation of Mutiny, just as Cardiff Electric is closing a major buyout.