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October 13, 2015


FOX Tweeting us to Twitter-filled episodes of Fringe and Glee

by Jason Hughes, posted Aug 31st 2009 5:03PM
TwitterIn a rather clever move, FOX has scheduled "Tweet-peats" of Fringe and Glee this week. What's that, you say? It's only the latest evolution in the Pop-Up Video movement. In a truly interactive experience, the cast and producers of the shows will be Tweeting live during the broadcast with fans. They'll offer commentary, behind-the-scenes secrets and even hints about the forthcoming season.

Fans can follow along via Twitter, or if they'd rather they can just sit back and watch. FOX will stream the Tweets on the bottom third of the screen.

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WGA Strike: Get ready for reruns

by Anna Johns, posted Nov 12th 2007 9:29AM
heroesI'm about to have a lot of free time on my hands when my favorite shows go into reruns due to this writers strike. Besides the late night talk shows, the first scripted series to go into reruns is The Office, which has only one new episode left and it airs this Thursday.

Michael Ausiello over at TV Guide has a long list of television shows and how many new episodes are left. I'll give you a quick list of the most popular shows, and you can click on over to see the others (not everything is listed):

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CBS to air 'encore' episode of The Unit

by Anna Johns, posted Mar 10th 2006 8:02AM
dennis haysbert the unitCBS is trying to build on the great ratings it had for the premiere of The Unit on Tuesday night, by offering an 'encore' episode of the pilot this Saturday. The Unit premiered up against new ABC comedy Sons & Daughters and against ratings juggernauts American Idol and House. So, while it didn't beat AI or the unfriendly doc, it did kick ABC's sorry butt by more than 10 million viewers. The Unit, about a covert, special ops miltiary unit, stars former 24 president Dennis Haysbert and is executive produced by genius playwright David Mamet.

The sad thing about this is the general consensus (and Jonathan's review) that The Unit really sucks, while Sons & Daughters is terrific (just ask Joel).

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