Tuesday July 30, 2013

Check out this exclusive interview with Johnny Bananas of The Challenge .  Yep, that's how I'm starting out today.

Check out how many shows use this same fake brand of Let's Potato Chips.

Under The Dome has been renewed for a second season.  This show has definitely been downtrending, so I'm surprised the decision was made at this point in time to bring it back.

On the flip side, NBC has canceled Fashion Star , the show you never watched that starred Jessica Simpson, Nicole Richie and John Varvatos.  Don't fret, Fashion Star's executive producers, E.J. Johnston and James Deutch, are currently developing another fashion-based reality show with Mad Men's costume designer, Janie Bryant.  

Nick Brody will definitely be back for next season of Homeland .  Showrunners Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon wouldn't say when Brody will be back, other than the fact that he won't be in the first two episodes.  Per Zap2It, "[b]oth Gansa and Gordon admit that there was a time when they discussed whether or not they should continue telling the story of the rest of the Brody family considering Nick is still on the lam, and the unanimous decision between them and the writers was they should continue showing Jess, Dana and Chris' lives."

Vulture sat down with Orange Is The New Black 's Taryn Manning for a one-on-one interview and of course, the subject of her teeth came up.  Here's what she had to say: 

"Yeah, people on Twitter are all, '[h]ow’d you get those teeth? And I’m like, You guys, it’s makeup, it’s the result of an amazing makeup department. I went recently, here in L.A., to get a molding of my mouth from a dentist because I’m pretty sure they have something up their sleeve."

Are you or anyone you know planning to watch Arsenio Hall's new late night talk show?  Didn't think so.  By the way, Hall admitted that no guests have yet been booked for the syndicated show debuting Sept. 9.

This should make you proud to be an American: 

MTV's Catfish reeled in more tweets than any other show last week, according to Nielsen's SocialGuide, with a whopping 511,226 on Tuesday, July 23. VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta was a close second, with 504,301. 

Here's an interview with Peter Sarsgaard on the fantastic roll he played on this season of The Killing .  If you haven't yet watched this past week's episode, do NOT click on the link as it contains major spoilers.

Online reality spoof Burning Love is returning to E! for seasons two and three. Season 1 of the series, from Ben Stiller's Red Hour Digital, aired on E! in the spring. Joining the cast are Jerry McConnell, Michael Cera, Adam Brody and Colin Hanks. It's worth your time.

The CW renewed Whose Line Is It Anyway?   I don't know anyone who watches this show, but in the event you do, good news for ya!