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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ fans went wild after NBC picked up a sixth season

Brooklyn Nine-Nine isn’t going anywhere. After Fox abruptly cancelled the sitcom on Thursday, NBC stepped up the next day to announce plans for a 13-episode sixth season. It’s not clear when the new episodes will air, but fans can at least rest easy in the knowledge that the show will have an opportunity to deliver...CONTINUE READING
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Fox canceled ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ to revive Tim Allen’s ‘Last Man Standing’

TV network Fox confirmed Friday that it would be reviving Tim Allen’s comedy Last Man Standing. The news – rumored for weeks – was confirmed a day after the network canceled critically acclaimed comedies The Last Man on Earth, The Mick, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. SEE ALSO: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ was canceled and the internet is losing...CONTINUE READING
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‘Simpsons’ show runner responds to controversy on Twitter and…ugh.

The Simpsons’ show runner Al Jean responded to backlash to Sunday’s episode, in which characters implied that criticism of Apu (Hank Azaria) as a racial stereotype was overblown. Jean teased the response he expected to Sunday’s episode, entitled “No Good Read Goes Unpunished,” tweeting that evening “New Simpsons in five minutes. Twitter explosion in act...CONTINUE READING
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‘The Simpsons’ completely missed the mark in addressing Apu criticism

By now, dear reader, you may have surmised that some of us are Mad Online™ about how The Simpsons addressed its largest and longest-running controversy: The character of Apu. Sunday’s episode had Lisa and Marge vaguely alluding to the Apu controversy only to shrug it off and say they might never address it – and...CONTINUE READING
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Creator behind new CBS show apologizes for ripping off ‘Bones’

They say imitation is the highest form of flattery — unless you’re talking about straight up ripping off someone else’s show. Michael Rauch, showrunner behind the new CBS crime procedural, addressed accusations of plagiarizing from the well-loved and recently canceled Fox crime show, Bones. You see, when Episode 3 of Instinct (not to be confused...CONTINUE READING
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