Follow The Life Of A Younger Sheldon In ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Prequel TV Series Television 

Follow The Life Of A Younger Sheldon In ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Prequel TV Series

Fans of the popular show ‘The Big Bang Theory’ were ecstatic when they found out that the series was going to be renewed for at least two more seasons. Well, hang onto your horses cause you’re going to freak out when you hear the latest news for the TV show!     The show’s beloved character, Sheldon Cooper, will be getting his own spin off series! Well more like a prequel, since the show will follow a young Sheldon as he ventures into high school as a 9-year-old prodigy in…

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Title of Upcoming ‘X-Men’ TV Show Adaptation Announced Television 

Title of Upcoming ‘X-Men’ TV Show Adaptation Announced

After seeing much success with the television series adaptation of the comic book series Legion, it’s no wonder why Fox is in full pursuit of bringing the beloved X-Men franchise back to television. With the love of Legion, show creators are looking to bring that success with X-Men.   With the details getting finalized, the producer of the show, Lauren Donner, posted on her Twitter page the final title of the show, “Gifted.”     There hasn’t been any official word as to what the show will involve and if…

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Delena’s ‘Vampire Diaries’ Proposal Scene Cut From Finale Episode Television 

Delena’s ‘Vampire Diaries’ Proposal Scene Cut From Finale Episode

We have been robbed of our dreams!     Although fans of the TV show were able to see their favorite couple, Damon and Elena, reunite once again after Nina Dobrev left the show, claiming season six would be her last season of the show, we are sad again!   Why? Because we’ve just learned that a very important scene was cut from the finale! What scene could it be that would get us all upset. Of course the scene where we would see Damon asking Elena to marry him….

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Ed Sheeran Will Make an Appearance in Game of Thrones Television 

Ed Sheeran Will Make an Appearance in Game of Thrones

Creators of the show have recently announced that Ed Sheeran will be making an appearance in the upcoming season of the show.   Returning to the airwaves in July, the creators, David Benioff and DB Weiss, shared the news during an interview done at SXSW over the weekend. Once the news was properly announced by the creators, Sheeran took to Twitter to confirm the news.     When Benioff and Weiss were speaking at a panel at the festival where they shared that getting Sheeran on the show was something…

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CBS on Hulu? Let’s Examine the Facts Television 

CBS on Hulu? Let’s Examine the Facts

CBS has signed a deal to have its broadcast network and some cable programming on Hulu’s live streaming service, which is expected to go live this year, the companies said Wednesday. Under the deal, the New York-based broadcaster’s sports programming, including its NFL games and the NCAA Division 1 Basketball Championship, as well as CBS Sports Network and POP, an entertainment channel, will be on Hulu. Hulu subscribers will also be able to subscribe to CBS’s Showtime for an additional price. Under the deal, the New York-based broadcaster, whose shows…

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‘Nashville’ Arrives on CMT, Looking to Diversify Cast With Transgender Addition Television 

‘Nashville’ Arrives on CMT, Looking to Diversify Cast With Transgender Addition

The new season of “Nashville” starts with traditional songs rooted in gospel and folk music rather than big production country songs. Rayna, played by Connie Britton, finds a revelation after hearing a blind man singing “Wayfaring Stranger,” an Appalachian tune estimated to be two centuries old. And Juliette, played by Hayden Panettiere, sees an angelic vision in white singing the hymn “God Shall Wipe All Tears Away.” Cancelled by ABC after four seasons, the new season of “Nashville” on CMT , which begins Jan. 5, aims to reflect more diversity…

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Reality TV Lacks the ‘Intellectual’. Retired NBA Player Criticizes ABC Television 

Reality TV Lacks the ‘Intellectual’. Retired NBA Player Criticizes ABC

A former NBA star is speaking out against the lack of “diversity” on reality TV shows, but there’s one in particular he’s calling attention to. In a column published by the Hollywood Reporter on Monday, retired Los Angeles Lakers player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar criticized ABC’s “The Bachelor” for creating a false “fairytale” about love and romance. To make his point, Abdul-Jabbar cited a study that found Millennials today are having less sex than previous generations. While that may seem like a “move in the right moral direction,” he added, the reality…

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‘The Amazing Race Canada’ Sprints to the Finish Line, Canada’s Highest Viewed Show Television 

‘The Amazing Race Canada’ Sprints to the Finish Line, Canada’s Highest Viewed Show

The most viewed Canadian television shows of 2016 feature a blend of reality television and drama, with a little comedy to spice things up. Season four of “The Amazing Race Canada” led the ratings race, pulling a television rating of 1,860,000 average viewers. The simmering hot third season of “MasterChef Canada” had plenty of content for their hungry fan base, placing second in overall viewership with 1,410,000. And the long-running Canadian crime mystery program “Murdoch Mysteries” rounds out the top three after amassing an impressive 1,352,000 for their 10th season.  It’s been a…

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Hold On For Another Month. Planet Earth II Delayed In America Television 

Hold On For Another Month. Planet Earth II Delayed In America

Fans of Planet Earth will have to wait a little bit longer. Today, BBC America announced the premiere of Planet Earth II has been pushed back to February. A sequel to the landmark nature documentary, the new series takes viewers on a high-definition “immersive exploration of the islands, mountains, jungles, grasslands, deserts and cities of the world.” Planet Earth II  debuts on February 18th at 9 p.m. ET/PT on BBC America. Watch a preview below: What do you think? Are you a fan of Planet Earth? Are you excited for the sequel series?

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2016’s Greatest Original TV Shows Television 

2016’s Greatest Original TV Shows

It’s over! Praise whatever religious or scientific belief structure to which you subscribe. In real life, the year of 2016 was a lot like a hurricane of dumpster fires falling out of the sky onto a giant birthday cake. But hey, it was another great year for TV, so let’s talk about that while Rome burns, shall we? I should be clear, though; this is not a definitive list of the best TV from 2016. I may be Cultured Vultures’ Gandalf of television but I haven’t seen every show that’s debuted…

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