SyFy was once the network once known for joyfully dumb monster movies like Sharktopus and smart sci-fi series like Eureka. But, the network has broadened (some might say “diluted”) its programming over the years to include non-science fiction shows such as wrestling programs and reality TV. A spate of announcements about newly planned scripted science fiction shows have this sci-fi fan excited. Here are a few programs we can look forward to.
Jessica Simpson has decided to give TV a shot again, but this time, she’s venturing away from reality shows and taking a dive into an as-yet-untitled scripted comedy, in the form of an NBC comedy. The show will be based on her life, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Summertime can be a dismal time for TV-watchers, as their favorite shows are often fall-spring endeavors. NBC, however, is trying to ensure that their fans will be satisfied with content, and they’ve picked up a 13-episode season of a dramedy called Camp, which will revolve around life at a summer camp.
Art Evans, Don B. Welch, Brandon Victor Dixon at the
2012 NAACP Theatre Awards
StarCam’s Jennifer Tapiero returns to the red carpet of the NAACP Theatre Awards to catch up with such celebrities as Art Evans, Don B. Welch, Brandon Victor Dixon, Yohance Myles, Shoshana Bean, Selita Ebanks, Tasha Taylor, and Ralph Cole Jr.
Jesse Williams Wants to Play a Grimy, Dirty Villain
Jesse Williams talks with StarCam’s Jennifer Tapiero at the 2012 NAACP Theatre Awards about people not realizing how funny James Pickens Jr. is, what type of role he wants to play next, just finishing “The Butler” with an all-star cast, and executive producing Question Bridge: Black Males, a transmedia art project.
James Pickens Jr., Blair Underwood, Jamie Kennedy at the 2012 NAACP Theatre Award
StarCam’s Jennifer Tapiero hits the red carpet of the 2012 NAACP Theatre Awards to talk with James Pickens Jr., Blair Underwood, Jamie Kennedy, Eva Marcille, Brian White, D.B. Woodside, Tichina Arnold, and Jesse Williams.
A number of American shows, such as The Office and Being Human, took their inspiration from British TV. But, there’s a lot of other fantastic British television that never jumped across the Atlantic. Netflix and Hulu, in an attempt to widen their libraries, have added quite a few, which is great news for TV viewers looking for something new. Here are a few that are worth checking out.
Kyle Richards on Jersey Housewives, What to Expect on Beverly Hills Housewives
Kyle Richards, of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” talks with StarCam’s Jennifer Tapiero at the Children’s Hospital LA Gala about why the organization is one of her favorite charities, what she’s most grateful for, what she thinks about the Jersey Housewives, and her new store Kyle by Alene Too.
Dear Modern Family Showrunners: Give the Actors What They Want
As you have probably heard by now, the cast ofModern Familydecided not to go to work yesterday, and decided to stay home and sue their employers instead. There are a lot of people online raging about greedy actors who should be happy making in a single episode more than many people make in a year. But, it’s really a question of scale.
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