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Musicals are all the rage on television these days. Fox recently aired Grease: Live and millions tuned in to watch the live rendition. On Psalm Sunday, March 20th from 8 – 10 p.m. Fox will air live from New Orleans […]

Technical difficulties, a rare thunderstorm, and a death of key cast member’s father didn’t stop the success of “Grease: Live” last night, drawing in rave reviews. Audio glitches interrupted Julianne Hough’s big solo number, “Hopelessly Devoted to You,” and viewers […]

The return of The X-Files has been long awaited, but definitely didn’t disappoint. The Fox series premiered Sunday after the NFC championship game, giving the series a huge potential audience. The ratings were impressive, drawing in over 13.5 million viewers […]

Media giant Rupert Murdoch is stepping down from 21st Century Fox as CEO. Murdoch, 84, is expected to give his son James the position CNBC reported, and will remain the executive chairman of the network. Murdoch has been working on his exit since […]

After 15 seasons, Fox has decided to cancel American Idol. Since Simon Cowell’s departure in 2010, ratings have continued to decline. Despite the 11 million viewers still watching the series, Fox has commented that the costs and salaries for the […]

As I noticed while watching football on Fox-TV this weekend, their annual campaign has gotten underway. For an entire decade, Fox has spent the majority if its Januarys by advertising one of its most original and culturally relevant shows: “24.” […]

‘Glee’ has always been a quirky blend of song and social commentary, but this week’s episode, “Wheels,” feels like after school special territory.

September is here and that can mean only one thing: new television! Ok, it also means that kids are back in school and the leaves will soon be turning, but there’s nothing like the lure of brand new episodes of […]

So FOX has ordered up a Nadya Suleman special to be titled “Octomom: The Incredible Unseen Footage.” Or as I like to think of it, “When Fertility Treatments Attack.” As the Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports, the two-hour documentary, set […]

The new Fox reality show “More to Love” is a fresh take on “The Bachelor”–but I do have a few issues with it.

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