The cast of The Office had a farewell party/parade in Scranton. Have a look.
If you still rock a hotmail.com email address, read this immediately.
Here's a review of Marc Maron's new show on IFC.
I caught the premiere of Rectify over the weekend and was so bored by it that I deleted it halfway through.
Thanks to Roberta Capole for these gems:
MTV has greenlit a new summer relationship series. The network ordered 20 episodes of Girl, Get Your Mind Right! The half-hour show focuses on author and romance expert Tionna Smalls, as she helps young women get over their dating issues. The show is set to premiere Monday, May 20 at 6p.
A&E has given an eight-episode order for a new reality series. Modern Dads, from Sirens Media, will follow a group of stay-at-home dads who balance fatherhood with guy-life.
Bell Media's E! has ordered the new Canadian entertainment documentary series Brave New Girl [wt] from Peacock Alley Entertainment. The eight-episode, 30-minute, unscripted series follows the life of model and former Miss Universe Canada contestant Jenna Talackova as she moves from Vancouver to Toronto to pursue her career and start a new life in the big city. The show production this summer and is set to premiere on E! this fall.
If you're a die hard Celebrity Apprentice fan, my heart goes out to you, but you'll probably enjoy this podcast.
TLC is renewing freshman reality series Welcome to Myrtle Manor for a second season, according to Entertainment Weekly. But after three members were arrested during the past week, it’s unclear if the whole crew will return.
Welcome to Myrtle Manor follows the adventures of a group of South Carolina trailer park residents and has averaged 1.1 million viewers this season. TLC has picked up 10 more episodes from producers The Weinstein Company and Jupiter Entertainment.
Newlyweds: The First Year premieres tonight on Bravo. Rejoice. If you care to get a sneak peak of the cast, you can do so here. I'm gonna watch just for the sake of it. What other learn from their first year of being married isn't that enticing and I've been there and done that in my life already . . . .