Our favorite amateur private eye will be back on the case when HBO's oddball detective comedy "Bored to Death" returns for a third season this fall. And we've got an exclusive first look at the Season 3 poster right here. Check it out:Read More »from Exclusive First Look: ‘Bored to Death’ Season 3 Poster
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- Dave Nemetz | Fall TV – Wed, Aug 31, 2011 5:30 PM PDT
Which star will dance off with the mirror-ball trophy? (Adam Taylor/ABC)(Television Without Pity) — The semiannual announcement of the "celebrities" who will be competing for a tacky trophy on "Dancing With the Stars" has been made. We now know the twelve people who will be donning uncomfortable shoes and attempting to win over the American public with their ballroom skills. Who has the best shot at coming out on top in this popularity contest? We've got our early predictions.
David ArquetteRead More »from ‘Dancing With the Stars’: Who Will Win?
Why You Know Him: He's arguably the most famous member of the Arquette family and has had big roles in the "Scream" franchise. He was also married to Courteney Cox.
How He'll Do: Hard to say. The funnyman is a little over the top, so it's unclear if he'll be able to do a refined dance like the waltz.
- Dave Nemetz | Fall TV – Wed, Aug 31, 2011 3:19 PM PDT
New faces and old favorites are on the way this fall (FOX, CBS, NBC)We know you can't wait for fall TV to arrive… and we've got the numbers to prove it. We here at Yahoo! TV partnered up with Entertainment Weekly to conduct a poll of 2,000 people to see which new shows you're planning to watch this fall. We also learned what returning shows you're dying to see come back, along with all kinds of interesting tidbits about how you watch TV these days. Here, we run down the highlights from our wide-ranging TV survey.
New Shows: 'X' Marks the SpotRead More »from Fall TV Survey: The Most Anticipated New Shows and More
With its familiar format and judging panel, it's almost unfair to list Fox's singing competition "The X Factor" along with the other new shows. But respondents indeed picked "Factor" as the new fall show they're most excited to see, with 18% showing interest. Next on your to-do lists are ABC's sexy "Charlie's Angels" reboot (15%) and NBC's "Prime Suspect" remake (12%). Just so we're clear: An "American Idol" clone, a '70s reboot, and a British remake are the most anticipated new shows? Hmmm… looks like originality is overrated.
(TheWrap) — Here's some good news about the upcoming fall TV season: There will be a marked increase in the number of actresses populating new series!
Now, the other news: They appear to have packed pretty light when it comes to wardrobe.
From the tight uniforms sported by the stewardesses on ABC's "Pan Am" and the Alphabet Network's sexy re-commissioned "Charlie's Angels" crime-fighters, to the fluffy-tailed servers of NBC's "The Playboy Club," the fashion trend of the season appears to be flesh, and plenty of it.
Call it the resurgence of Jiggle TV, a titillating genre that briefly blossomed in the 1970s with the original "Charlie's Angels," before giving way with the exit of "Baywatch."Read More »from Bunnies and Stewardesses: Fall TV’s Racy Slant
- Angel Cohn | Fall TV – Mon, Aug 29, 2011 4:44 PM PDT
We'll tell you who's worth tuning into this fall(Television Without Pity) — With even more good, if not legitimately great, shows on at the same time this season than ever before, TV fans will have some hard decisions to make every night (well, except Saturday). So, to make it easy on them, here's our comprehensive guide to what's worth watching in real time, what to record for later viewing, what to catch online, and what to skip entirely — for every hour of primetime this fall.
Monday at 8pm
Watch: "Terra Nova"Read More »from Fall TV Preview: What to Watch, Skip, or DVR Each Night
This new dinosaur show promises to be the most buzzed-about series for the fall, so it will be the one everyone is talking about Tuesday mornings. Do you want to have to avoid spoilers on Twitter? Save yourself the headache and watch it live.
- Chrissy Le Nguyen | Fall TV – Thu, Aug 25, 2011 1:00 AM PDT
Ozzy and Coach return to compete for a last shot at redemption (CBS/Monty Brinton)They're baaaaack!
Ozzy Lusth and Benjamin "Coach" Wade (self-dubbed the Dragon Slayer) are the final two castaways to join "Survivor: South Pacific." They're both familiar faces who've played the game twice before without being able to take home the $1 million prize and the title of Sole Survivor. Could the third time be a charm for these veteran players?
The 16 previously announced castaways may all be surprised to see Ozzy returning, but a couple of them did predict the return of the Dragon Slayer. "I'd be happy if one of the returning players was Coach because he's kind of a lunatic and I think that would be an easy target," Harvard law student John Cochran mused. Rick Nelson is another contestant who plans to get rid of Coach early on in the game. "I never met a dragon slayer, but if I get my chance, I'll get rid of him as quick as I can. I don't need that dragon slayer," promised the 51-year-old rancher.Read More »from ‘Survivor’: Coach and Ozzy Join the Cast of ‘South Pacific’
- Dave Nemetz | Fall TV – Tue, Aug 23, 2011 4:57 PM PDT
Stars Jim Caviezel, Michael Emerson, and Taraji P. Henson (CBS/Michael Muller/Warner Bros. Television)Taraji P. Henson may be an Oscar-nominated actress, but even she doesn't want a camera on her at all times. "I'm a little paranoid, I must say. I have a little Mac laptop, and you know that little camera that's at the top? That freaks me out a little bit. I'll even take a Post-it sometimes and put it over the lens."Read More »from CBS’s New Fall Drama ‘Person of Interest’: Smile for the Cameras