Fox Announced the Renewals of ‘Empire’, ‘Gotham’ and ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’

Fans will be thrilled after knowing that Fox announced the renewals of new shows Empire, Gotham and Brooklyn Nine-Nine this year!

DC comic Batman origin series Gotham will be back for a second season. Empire the show that dances around music, family, and power will come back for a second season as well. The successful sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine is also coming back with the third season, which Dana Walden, the CEO of Fox, called “true bright spots of comedy this year.”

Dax Shepard Is Scarred From Seeing Kristen Bell’s C-Section

Dax Shepard’s account of a C-section is everything you would expect and more. During an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday, Jan. 15, the funnyman retold his wife Kristen Bell’s “intense” 33-hour long labor with their second daughter, Delta, which ended up in a C-section.

“It was not [easier the second time around], it was more difficult,” Shepard, 40, admitted to DeGeneres of the arrival of his now 3-week-old daughter. “Kristen, god bless her, was in labor for 33 hours. It was intense.” (Read More)

Game of Thrones, Veep, and Silicon Valley Will Return on April 12

Great news for the fans of Game of Thrones, Veep and Silicon Valley. They are coming back to HBO on April 12! HBO announced Thursday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour.

The fifth season of Game of Thrones is set to air at 9 p.m., followed by the second season of Silicon Valley at 10 p.m. and the fourth season of Veep at 10:30. All three shows will span 10 episodes. (Read More)

Lea Michele Sings ‘Lets It Go’ in a ‘Frozen’ Tribute for The Final Season of ‘Glee’

Sure, YouTube is filled with videos of singers of all ages belting out Frozen’s signature tune, “Let It Go.” But none of those folks happen to be related (well… onscreen at least) to the first and best Elsa, Idina Menzel. Glee star Lea Michele, on the other hand, can boast about being the fictional ice queen’s fictional daughter, since her alter ego, Rachel Berry, long ago learned that Menzel’s Shelby Corcoran is the biological mother that gifted her to her two gay fathers. (Read More)

Ruby Rose Will Turn Heads On “Orange Is The New Black” Season 3

Out model and DJ Ruby Rose will join the halls of Litchfield this summer on the upcoming third season of Orange Is the New Black.

Netflix confirmed to BuzzFeed that the 28-year-old Australian will portray Stella Carlin, “an inmate at Litchfield Federal Correctional Institution whose sarcastic sense of humor and captivating looks quickly draw the attention of some of Litchfield’s inmates.” (Read More)

Stuart Scott Dies At 49 After 7-Year Battle With Cancer

In nearly every industry, there’s that one person who comes along and turns the whole thing onto its head. When it comes to sportscasting, Stuart Scott was that man. But on Sunday morning, at 49 years old, he lost his battle to cancer, ESPN reported. Scott leaves behind a legacy. He became an anchor on ESPN’s… Continue reading

Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting Doesn’t Consider Herself a Feminist

Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, 29, who married husband Ryan Sweeting, 27, on New Year’s Eve last year, who is currently pulling in $1 million per episode on The Big Bang Theory, recognizes the strides women have made toward equality.

But that doesn’t mean she considers herself a feminist.

“It’s not really something I think about,” she told Redbook magazine for its February issue, on newsstands Jan. 6. “Things are different now, and I know a lot of the work that paved the way for women happened before I was around … I was never that feminist girl demanding equality, but maybe that’s because I’ve never really faced inequality,” she said. (Read More)

List of January 2015 Mid-Season Series Premieres & New Seasons

We’ve gotten quite excited over this list of January 2015 Mid-Season Series Premieres & New Seasons. The beginning of the year is a big deal for television and this year it’s no wonder why. The first week opens up with a sixth season of Ridiculousness on MTV, a second adventurous season with Mysteries at the Castle on the Travel Channel; new seasons of The Mentalist, The Good Wife and Downtown Abbey kick off Sunday nights starting January 4th; The Bachelor and Antiques Roadshow making their 19th year premiere (who saw THAT correlation??); Marvel’s Agent Carter making it’s debut on ABC; Pretty Little Liars, Cougar Town and Real Husbands of Hollywood returning for sexy Tuesday nights; A&E’s Wahlburgers and Duck Dynasty gracing us with their presence on Wednesdays; Archer and Portlandia giving the laughs on Thursday nights, and Glee returning for a one-hour first episode on Friday the 9th.

The second Sunday of the month, January 11th, brings us the season premiere of Shameless on Showtime, along with the fourth seasons of House of Lies and Episodes. HBO reluctantly premieres a fourth season of Girls, as well as the series premiere of Togetherness from writer/actor Mark Duplass (Safety Not Guaranteed) and a new season of the out and open male singles dramedy Looking.

The rest of the month offers some great renewals and premieres such as the modern day wild mid-western Justified on FX, a TV adaptation of 12 Monkeys starring Aaron Stanford (CW’s Nikita) as James Cole, Netflix’s The Fall pulling us down and taking Gillian Anderson with it, espionage-driven The Americans also on FX, and Suits on USA finally back after a long hiatus. We also get a new installment of Black Sales, the thrilling Caribbean pirate story on STARZ, and Thursdays get scandalous with ABC’s How To Get Away With Murder and Scandal back to back starting January 29th.

January 1:
Ridiculousness (MTV, Season 6 premiere)
Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory (MTV, Season 7 premiere)
Big Women, Big Love (Lifetime, series premiere)

January 2:
Mysteries at the Castle (Travel Channel, Season 2 premiere)
Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (TLC, Season 7 premiere)

January 3:
Raising Whitley (OWN, Season 3 premiere)
Sag Harbor (OWN, series premiere)

January 4:
Galavant (ABC, series premiere; back-to-back episodes)
The Mentalist (CBS, Season 7 regular time slot premiere)
The Good Wife (CBS, Season 6B premiere*)
The Celebrity Apprentice (NBC, Cycle 14 premiere)
Downton Abbey (PBS, Season 5 premiere)
Thicker Than Water (Bravo, Season 2 premiere)
Sister Wives (TLC, Season 5B premiere; two-hour episode*)

January 5:
The Bachelor (ABC, Cycke 19 premiere)
Antiques Roadshow (PBS, Season 19 premiere)

January 6:
Marvel’s Agent Carter (ABC, series premiere)
MasterChef Junior (Fox, Season 3 premiere)
Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family, Season 5B premiere*)
Switched at Birth (ABC Family, Season 4 premiere)
Cougar Town (TBS, Season 6 premiere)
Child Genius (Lifetime, series premiere)
Real Husbands of Hollywood (BET, Season 2B premiere*)
Wild Transport (A&E, series premiere)
60 Minutes Sports (Showtime, Season 3 premiere)
The Challenge (MTV, Cycle 26 premiere)
The Haves and Have Nots (OWN, Season 2 premiere)

January 7:
American Idol (Fox, Season 14 premiere)
Empire (Fox, series premiere)
Love Thy Neighbor (OWN, Season 3 premiere)
Hindsight (VH1, series premiere)
My 600-lb. Life (TLC, Season 3 premiere)
My Strange Addiction (TLC, Season 6 premiere)
Duck Dynasty (A&E, Season 8 premiere)
Wahlburgers (A&E, Season 2 premiere)
Donnie Loves Jenny (A&E, series premiere)

January 8:
Archer (FX, Season 6 premiere)
Expedition Unknown (Travel Channel, series premiere)
Babylon (SundanceTV, series premiere)
Portlandia (IFC, Season 5 premiere)
Love Thy Sister (WEtv, series premiere)

January 9:
Banshee (Cinemax, Season 3 premiere)
Glee (Fox, Season 6 premiere; one hour)
Masters of Illusion (The CW, Season 2 premiere)
Cold Justice (TNT, Season 3 premiere)
Jessie (Disney Channel, Season 4 premiere)
Real Time With Bill Maher (Season 13 premiere)
Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars (WEtv, Season 2 premiere)
David Tutera’s CELEBrations (WEtv, Season 2 premiere)
Comedy Bang! Bang! (IFC, Season 4 premiere)

January 10:
Ghost Adventures (Travel Channel, Season 10B premiere*)

January 11:
Shameless (Showtime, Season 5 premiere)
House of Lies (Showtime, Season 4 premiere)
Episodes (Showtime, Season 4 premiere)
Girls (HBO, Season 4 premiere)
Togetherness (HBO, series premiere)
Looking (HBO, Season 2 premiere)

January 12:
Eye Candy (MTV, series premiere)
Fashion Police (E!, Season 5 premiere)
Friends to Lovers (Bravo, series premiere)

January 13:
Parks and Recreation (NBC, Season 7 premiere)
Face Off (Syfy, Season 8 premiere)
Troy Street Magic (Syfy, series premiere)
Kroll Show (Comedy Central, Season 3 premiere)
Genealogy Roadshow (PBS, Season 2 premiere)
Hotel Showdown (Travel Channel, series premiere)
Wrestling With Death (WGN America, series premiere)
Big Giant Swords (Discovery Channel, series premiere)
Married at First Sight: The First Year (FYI, series premiere)
Mikie Saves the Date (FYI, series premiere)
My Big Fat Fabulous Life (TLC, series premiere)

January 14:
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FXX, Season 10 premiere)
Man Seeking Woman (FXX, series premiere)
Melissa & Joey (ABC Family, Season 4 premiere)
Baby Daddy (ABC Family, Season 4 premiere)
Broad City (Comedy Central, Season 2 premiere)
The Game (BET, Season 9 premiere)
Rock This Boat (Pop [formerly TVGN], series premiere)
The Story Behind (Pop [formerly TVGN], series premiere)
Snoop & Son: A Dad’s Dream (ESPN, limited series premiere)
Web Therapy (Showtime, Season 4B premiere*)

January 16:
12 Monkeys (Syfy, series premiere)
World’s Funniest Fails (Fox, series premiere)
The Fall (Netflix, Season 2 premiere)
Helix (Syfy, Season 2 premiere)

January 17:
The Musketeers (BBC America, Season 2 premiere)

January 18:
Grantchester (PBS, series premiere)
Austin & Ally (Disney Channel, Season 4 premiere)
K.C. Undercover (Disney Channel, series premiere)
Star vs. The Forces of Evil (Disney Channel, series premiere)

January 19:
The Fosters (ABC Family, Season 2B premiere*)
Chasing Life (ABC Family, Season 1B premiere*)
Brain Games (National Geographic Channel, Season 4 premiere)
The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore (Comedy Central, series premiere)

January 20:
Justified (FX, Season 6 premiere)

January 22:
Backstrom (Fox, series premiere)
Nightwatch (A&E, series premiere)

January 23:
Love, Lust or Run (TLC, series premiere)
Preachers’ Daughters (Lifetime, Season 3 premiere)
King of the Nerds (TBS, Season 3 premiere)

January 24:
Black Sails (Starz, Season 2 premiere)

January 25:
Sons of Liberty (History, miniseries premiere)

January 26:
Mud, Sweat and Gears (BBC America, series premiere)
Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations (Travel Channel, series premiere)

January 27:
Sirens (USA, Season 2 premiere; back-to-back episodes)

January 28:
The Americans (FX, Season 3 premiere)
Suits (USA, Season 4B premiere*)

January 29:
Grey’s Anatomy (ABC, Season 11B premiere*)
Scandal (ABC, Season 4B premiere*)
How to Get Away With Murder (ABC, Season 1B premiere*)
Fortitude (Pivot, series premiere)

List of February 2015 Mid-Season Series Premieres & New Seasons

February 1:
The Blacklist (NBC, Season 2B premiere*, after the Super Bowl)

February 3:
Being Mary Jane (BET, Season 2 premiere)

February 4:
Earth: A New Wild (PBS, series premiere)
Fresh Off the Boat (ABC, series premiere)
Nashville (ABC, Season 3B premiere*)
Match Made in Heaven (WEtv, series premiere)

February 5:
Allegiance (NBC, series premiere)

February 8:
The Walking Dead (AMC, Season 5B premiere*)
Better Call Saul (AMC, series premiere)
Last Week Tonight With John Oliver (HBO, Season 2 premiere)

February 11:
Schitt’s Creek, (Pop, series premiere)

February 12:
The Slap (NBC, limited series premiere)

February 17:
Rizzoli & Isles (TNT, Season 5B premiere*)
Perception (TNT, Season 3B premiere*)

February 19:
The Odd Couple (CBS, series premiere)
Vikings (History, Season 3 premiere)

February 23:
The Voice (NBC, Cycle 8 premiere)
The Night Shift (NBC, Season 2 premiere)

February 24:
Outlaw Country (WGN America, series premiere)
Who Do You Think You Are? (TLC, Season 6 premiere)

February 25:
Survivor (CBS, Cycle 30 premiere)
The Amazing Race (CBS, Cycle 26 premiere)

February 27:
House of Cards (Netflix, Season 3 premiere)

February 28:
The Good Witch (Hallmark Channel, series premiere)

List of March 2015 Series Premieres & New Seasons

March 1:
Once Upon a Time (ABC, Season 4B premiere*)
Secrets and Lies (ABC, series premiere)
The Last Man on Earth (Fox, series premiere)
Battle Creek (CBS, series premiere)

March 2:
The Following (Fox, Season 3 premiere)

March 3:
Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC, Season 2B premiere*)
Hell’s Kitchen (Fox, Cycle 14 premiere)

March 4:
CSI: Cyber (CBS, series premiere)
Broadchurch (BBC America, Season 2 premiere)

March 5:
DIG (USA Network, series premiere)
American Crime (ABC, series premiere)

March 9:
The Late Late Show With James Corden (CBS, series premiere)

March 15:
The Royals (E!, series premiere)

March 17:
Undateable (NBC, Season 2 premiere)
One Big Happy (NBC, series premiere)

March 20:
Mr Selfridge (PBS, Season 3 premiere)

March 25:
Big Time in Hollywood, FL (Comedy Central, series premiere)

March 26:
Bones (Fox, Season 10B premiere*)

March 29:
Call the Midwife (PBS, Season 4 premiere)

March 31:
Weird Loners (Fox, series premiere)
The Dovekeepers (CBS, miniseries premiere)
Younger (TV Land, series premiere)

March TBA:
Bloodline (Netflix, series premiere)