-- Last night’s series premiere of The Flash was The CW’s highest-rated series launch since The Vampire Diaries in 2009. -- Fox is eying a live-action X-Men series! -- Star
-- Ever wonder why former Beverly Hills 90210 star Ian Ziering thought Sharknado was a good idea? He never did, in fact he wanted to back out when the producers
-- Good on M3 for picking up some shows from the UK – they’ll debut The Smoke, a miniseries from Sky 1 about a team of London firefighters. Premiering Thursday,
-- Look for Anchorman 2 to hit theatres two days early on Wednesday, Dec. 18. -- Although they were shut out of the big NHL deal, TSN says that it
-- Rogers has reached a 12-year broadcast agreement with the NHL worth $5.2 billion which will see the media giant take hold of CBC's Hockey Night in Canada, which will
-- Saturday Night Live has announced its December plans: Paul Rudd (who'll appear in Anchorman 2) will host the NBC series on December 7 with musical guests One Direction while
-- CBS (via TV Guide) has announced a few of the stars returning for Katherine Chancellor's memorial on The Young and the Restless. Lauralee Bell (Christine), Michael Damian (Danny), Tricia
-- Big Brother 15 is making headlines for all the wrong reasons. A bunch of house guests have been caught on camera making racist, homophobic and sexist remarks. Hopefully CBS
-- So this is like the worst news ever (this week -- at least). Sony TV has ended their search for a new home for our beloved series, Happy Endings.
Global has packed on the drama for this fall while Shaw has announced plans to bring Lifetime to Canada and has renewed The Real Housewives of Vancouver.