FOX premiered the new Glee trailer during Tuesday’s American Idol. The minute-long clip is filled with goodies: a Beatles song, more than one zinger from Jane Lynch and even a great slushie-in-the-face moment.
The new season premieres April 13, so just try to hold out until then! In the meantime, get a glimpse of all the action with the above video.
UPDATE: You can also see a new poster for the show after the jump.
A polygamist family that ice skates together is eventually bound to fall together…or just fall apart.
Although this early trailer for Big Love comes with no preview scenes, the expressions on all their faces are quite telling. Why does Barb look particularly concerned? Why does Nicki seem confused? Why can’t Bill hold on to his wives?
Find out when the Season 4 of the HBO drama begins on January 10.
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The trailer for This Is It, the documentary revolving around Michael Jackson’s plans to launch a comeback with a series of concerts, premiered Sunday night on the MTV Video Music Awards. For those who missed it, and the ones who just want to see it again, check out the video above.
The film will be released on October 28.
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“For once my life doesn’t suck.” - Lindsay Lohan in Labor Pains.
She may have been let go early from her job on ABC, but Lohan is still good enough for ABC Family. It was just announced that the last movie the 22-year-old has filmed will not be hitting the big screen as originally planned. Later this July, Labor Pains will avoid a straight-to-DVD label and premiere on the basic cable channel first.
In the comedy, Lohan stars as Thea, an employee who lies about being pregnant to avoid termination. (ABC Family loves a good pregnancy storyline.) Be sure to also keep out an eye out for Kevin Covais. The American Idol 5 contestant plays Greg, one of Thea’s coworkers.
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If Dollhouse‘s last trailer had you on the fence, this sneak peek may tell you exactly what you need - and want - to know.
In this clip from the show’s premiere episode, Topher (Fran Kranz) and Boyd (Harry Lennix) reference the “wiping” that is done to their agents’ memories. (The operation has memories and personalities completely erased after each mission.) Question is: Does this teaser make you wish you could forget too?
Dollhouse premieres February 13 on FOX.
The time has finally come. After seven years on NBC, Scrubs will soon make ABC its new home.
So what changes, if any, should we expect from the relocated the series? Judging from the promo above, not much. I mean - if you don’t count that that new sexy Chief of Medicine. (Courteney Cox Arquette will appear on the program’s first three episodes.)
What do you think of the new teaser? Did it do enough to make you switch networks come January 6th?
(To keep up with all other midseason scheduling announcements, click here for more information.)
Okay - let’s face it. On paper, Dollhouse already sounds like a potential disaster.
Back in July, creator Joss Whedon (Buffy, Angel) announced he would be shooting a new pilot for his FOX series. Two months later, production on the show was temporarily halted while scripts were being tweaked.
If Heroes’ flash forwards have you yearning for the mysteries of Lost, you’re in luck.
This intriguing promo for the 2009 season hints at the reunion we all suspect will come. It also leaves with several other questions: What drives the Oceanic 6 to finally go back? Why is Hurley wielding a gun? Where are Kate and Aaron planning to vacation? Why didn’t the remaining castaways drown when their island disappeared? Arrggh!
VH1’s unexpected reality hit Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew will return for a second season as soon as October 23. For those of us who got addicted to the series, it’s a been a long, hard detox (made tolerable at times only because the media has done its best to keep us all apprised of casting news, future tidbits and other behind-the-scenes extras). Need a quick fix? VH1 has unveiled the Rehab trailer to give us all a little dose of what we’ve all been missing. Ready for a relapse?
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NBC’s Kath & Kim will premiere tonight at 8:30 pm EST. And though the new series featuring Selma Blair and Molly Shannon (a comedy duo who should be perfect together) is being touted as a “sitcom following a dysfunctional mother-daughter duo and their adventures in middle-class suburbia,” the reviewers are taking a decidedly less lighthearted stance. The Boston Herald called the series a “problem child,” while zap2it said the first two episodes were “pretty laugh-free.” This is not the sort of response a comedy featuring two such gifted actresses should receive.
The series was a huge hit in Australia, which pretty well guaranteed it would find a home on American shores eventually. NBC picked up the remake baton and cast Blair as Shannon’s spoiled, thick-as-a-brick daughter (though the two are actually separated by only eight years in age). Molly Shannon plays Kath, spandex-wearing and man-hunting, to Blair’s Kim, a celebrity-obsessed, would-be trophy wife.
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