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Ga Ga: The Family Guy‘s Cleveland Brown Goes Solo on FOX in Fall

Bidding neighbor Cleveland Brown goodbye, little Stewie Griffin says, "Bye, chocolate people," in the trailer for The Family Guy spinoff, The Cleveland Show. "What the hell, he's getting his own show?!" Cleveland, a cartoon character from the mind of Seth MacFarlane, is the only minority character anchoring a new series on the Big Five networks, according to Entertainment Weekly. We're so excited to see this on September 27th on FOX.
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PREVIEW: Blindie Faves Jessica Lucas and Michael Rady Drop Into The CW’s Melrose Place

michael-rady-melrose-placejessica-lucas-melrose-place Former 90210 2.0 guest star Jessica Lucas is dropping into the CW's reboot of Melrose Place with some lovely eye candy on her arm: Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants stud Michael Rady! The gorgeous pair play hot couple Jonah Miller, an aspiring filmmaker, and Riley Richmond, a rich girl who works as an inner-city elementary teacher. The show also stars Ashlee Simpson-Wentz, David Cassidy spawn Katie Cassidy, and alums Laura Leighton and Thomas Calabro. See the clip below for previews of the series (fast forward to 1:50 for Jessica and Michael's scene).
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Taylor Kitsch Dubbed ‘Wolverine’s Secret Weapon’ by Entertainment Weekly!

ew-taylor-kitsch-wolverine-may15 One of Blindie's Ga Ga Guys Taylor Kitsch is making the promotion rounds for his No. 1 blockbuster X-Men Origins: Wolverine--and his latest pitch is to Entertainment Weekly. While Kitsch's day job is playing the broodingly sexy Tim Riggins on NBC's fantastic drama Friday Night Lights, he said, "Not seeing Riggins in Gambit was incredibly important to me." The TV hunk may be getting major buzz for his big screen jump, but he says he'll "never say no to" FNL because of all it's done for him. Up next for the talented hunk? Playing suicidal Pulitzer Prize winner Kevin Carter in The Bang-Bang Club, which he's shooting in South Africa and dropped 30 lbs. for.
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Breaking News: Friday Night Lights Picked Up For Two More Seasons!

fridaynightlights-nbc-directv One of Blindie's favorite TV series Friday Night Lights is officially coming back for two more 13-episode seasons, E! Online confirms. Like this season's arrangement, the next two seasons will first air on DirecTV and later on NBC. Yes, we non-DirecTV peeps will be sad to get the episodes later in the season, but it's better than being canceled! "The reality is that to have the opportunity to create something new with [this show] every day is just the greatest gift," show star Connie Britton (who plays the coach's wife and school principal) said before the news broke. "It would be great if we had another season." The only sad thing is current Dylan High seniors, including Taylor Kitsch's Riggins, Minka Kelly's Lyla, Zach Gilford's Matt Saracen and Adrianne Palicki's Tyra, are graduating and may be moving on from the show!
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Ga Ga: Idris Elba Guest Stars as the “New Boss” on The Office

idris-elba-the-office-photo Adding to the minority factor of The Office (Stanley Hudson, Kelly Kapoor and Oscar Martinez), hunky actor Idris Elba picked up where Rashida Jones left off as ethnic guest star eye candy on the NBC hit. Playing Dunder Mifflin's new boss Charles Minor (get it?!), Elba made his hunky debut on The Office, shaking up the staff. "Oh my God!" Kelly Kapoor (Mindy Kaling) said of Elba (who can next be seen with Beyonce Knowles in Obsessed). "He's like a black George Clooney!" You can watch the full episode on Hulu.
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Ga Ga: The Family Guy‘s Cleveland Brown Goes Solo on FOX in Fall

Bidding neighbor Cleveland Brown goodbye, little Stewie Griffin says, "Bye, chocolate people," in the trailer for The Family Guy spinoff, The Cleveland Show. "What the hell, he's getting his own show?!" Cleveland, a cartoon character from the mind of Seth MacFarlane, is the only minority character anchoring a new series on the Big Five networks, according to Entertainment Weekly. We're so excited to see this on September 27th on FOX.
Read More

PREVIEW: Blindie Faves Jessica Lucas and Michael Rady Drop Into The CW’s Melrose Place

michael-rady-melrose-placejessica-lucas-melrose-place Former 90210 2.0 guest star Jessica Lucas is dropping into the CW's reboot of Melrose Place with some lovely eye candy on her arm: Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants stud Michael Rady! The gorgeous pair play hot couple Jonah Miller, an aspiring filmmaker, and Riley Richmond, a rich girl who works as an inner-city elementary teacher. The show also stars Ashlee Simpson-Wentz, David Cassidy spawn Katie Cassidy, and alums Laura Leighton and Thomas Calabro. See the clip below for previews of the series (fast forward to 1:50 for Jessica and Michael's scene).
Read More

Taylor Kitsch Dubbed ‘Wolverine’s Secret Weapon’ by Entertainment Weekly!

ew-taylor-kitsch-wolverine-may15 One of Blindie's Ga Ga Guys Taylor Kitsch is making the promotion rounds for his No. 1 blockbuster X-Men Origins: Wolverine--and his latest pitch is to Entertainment Weekly. While Kitsch's day job is playing the broodingly sexy Tim Riggins on NBC's fantastic drama Friday Night Lights, he said, "Not seeing Riggins in Gambit was incredibly important to me." The TV hunk may be getting major buzz for his big screen jump, but he says he'll "never say no to" FNL because of all it's done for him. Up next for the talented hunk? Playing suicidal Pulitzer Prize winner Kevin Carter in The Bang-Bang Club, which he's shooting in South Africa and dropped 30 lbs. for.
Read More

Breaking News: Friday Night Lights Picked Up For Two More Seasons!

fridaynightlights-nbc-directv One of Blindie's favorite TV series Friday Night Lights is officially coming back for two more 13-episode seasons, E! Online confirms. Like this season's arrangement, the next two seasons will first air on DirecTV and later on NBC. Yes, we non-DirecTV peeps will be sad to get the episodes later in the season, but it's better than being canceled! "The reality is that to have the opportunity to create something new with [this show] every day is just the greatest gift," show star Connie Britton (who plays the coach's wife and school principal) said before the news broke. "It would be great if we had another season." The only sad thing is current Dylan High seniors, including Taylor Kitsch's Riggins, Minka Kelly's Lyla, Zach Gilford's Matt Saracen and Adrianne Palicki's Tyra, are graduating and may be moving on from the show!
Read More

Ga Ga: Idris Elba Guest Stars as the “New Boss” on The Office

idris-elba-the-office-photo Adding to the minority factor of The Office (Stanley Hudson, Kelly Kapoor and Oscar Martinez), hunky actor Idris Elba picked up where Rashida Jones left off as ethnic guest star eye candy on the NBC hit. Playing Dunder Mifflin's new boss Charles Minor (get it?!), Elba made his hunky debut on The Office, shaking up the staff. "Oh my God!" Kelly Kapoor (Mindy Kaling) said of Elba (who can next be seen with Beyonce Knowles in Obsessed). "He's like a black George Clooney!" You can watch the full episode on Hulu.
Read More