Conan At Comic Con Guest Line-up Revealed!


(TBS) When TBS’s CONAN heads to San Diego July 8-11 for a week of shows during Comic-Con® International, the late-night series will showcase the incredible star power coming to town for the annual gathering. Host Conan O’Brien will welcome the stars of three massive pop-culture phenomena: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 (Thursday, July 9), Game of Thrones (Friday, July 10) and The Walking Dead (Friday, July 10). In addition, the show will welcome a special surprise cast from an upcoming film to be unveiled in San Diego. The special week will open with appearances by actor Elijah Wood and The Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick.

CONAN’s Comic-Con episodes will be taped at San Diego’s historic Spreckels Theatre Wednesday, July 8 – Saturday, July 11, including two rare weekend shows. The episodes will air on TBS at 11 p.m. (ET/PT) each night and will be available across TBS and Team Coco’s digital and mobile platforms the following day.

The following is a rundown of the week’s guests:

Wednesday, July 8
Elijah Wood
Chris Hardwick

Thursday, July 9
The stars of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2:
Jennifer Lawrence
Josh Hutcherson
Liam Hemsworth

Friday, July 10
The stars of Game of Thrones:
Alfie Allen
John Bradley
Liam Cunningham
Natalie Dormer
Conleth Hill
Hannah Murray
Sophie Turner
Carice Van Houten
Maisie Williams.

The stars of The Walking Dead:
Norman Reedus
Lauren Cohan
Stephen Yuen
Danai Gurira

Saturday, July 11
Special surprise film cast to be revealed in San Diego during Comic-Con

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Full List of Cancelled/Renewed TV Shows By Network


(PCM) It is time for the news about the upcoming summer and fall series to be revealed by all of the major television networks. They have also let us know which TV shows have been renewed for additional season and which have received a cancellation. Announcements have been made by all the major networks including ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, The CW and more. Look at the list below to find out if your favorites have still survived!

See the 2014-2015 list here!

Agent Carter, Agents of SHIELD, American Crime, Galavant, How To Get Away With Murder, Once Upon A Time, Scandal, Secrets And Lies, 20/20, America’s Funniest Home Videos, The Bachelor, Beyond The Tank, Black-ish, Castle, Dancing With The Stars, Fresh Off The Boat, The Goldbergs, Grey’s Anatomy, Last Man Standing, The Middle, Mistresses, Modern Family, Motive, Nashville, Shark Tank

Cancelled: Forever, Members Only, Resurrection, Revenge, Cristela, Forever, Manhattan Love Story, Selfie

Upcoming New Shows: Rookie Blue, The Astronaut Wives Club, The Whispers, 500 Questions, Bachelor In Paradise, Battlebots, Celebrity Family Feud

Renewed: 2 Broke Girls, 48 Hours, 60 Minutes, The Big Bang Theory, Big Brother, Blue Bloods, Criminal Minds, CSI:Cyber, Elementary, Jeopardy, Judge Judy, Scorpion, The Good Wife, Hawaii Five-0, Madam Secretary, Mike & Molly, The Odd Couple, Mom, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans, Person Of Interest, Survivor, Undercover Boss, Wheel Of Fortune

Cancelled: Battlecreek, CSI, Stalker, The Mentalist, The McCarthy’s, The Millers, Reckless, Unforgettable (picked up by A&E)

Upcoming New Shows: Extant, The Briefcase, The Dovekeepers, Zoo

The CW
The 100, America’s Next Top Model, Arrow, Beauty and The Beast, The Flash, Husbands, iZombie, Jane the Virgin, Penn & Tellar, Supernatural, The Originals, Reign, The Vampire Diaries, Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Cancelled: Cedric’s Barber Battle, Hart Of Dixie,The Messengers,

Upcoming New Shows: A Wicked Offer, Dates, Dogtown U.S.A., Masters Of Illusion, Significant Mother

Bob’s Burgers, Bones, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Empire, Family Guy, Hell’s Kitchen, Gotham, Last Man On Earth, Masterchef Jr, New Girl, The Simpsons, Sleepy Hollow, World’s Funniest Fails, The X-files

Cancelled: American Idol, Backstrom, The Following, Heiroglyph, Glee, Gracepoint, The Mindy Project (picked up by Hulu), Mulaney, Red Band Society, Utopia, Weird Loners

Upcoming New Shows: Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?, Bordertown, Boom!, Bullseye, Home Free, Golan The Insatiable, Knock Knock Live, Wayward Pines

The Blacklist, Caught On Camera with Nick Cannon, Celebrity Apprentice, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Food Fighters, Grimm, Hannibal, Hollywood Game Night, Last Comic Standing, Law & Order: SVU, Saturday Night Live, The Mysteries Of Laura, The Night Shift, The Sing-Off, Undateable, The Voice, Welcome To Sweden

Cancelled: About A Boy, Allegiance, A to Z, Aquarius, Bad Judge, Constantine, Marry Me, Mission Control, One Big Happy, Parenthood, Parks & Recreation, Revolution (revived for digital comic), State Of Affairs, Taxi Brooklyn, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (picked by Netflix)

Upcoming New Shows: A.D. (in limbo), American Odyssey (in limbo), Coach, Emerald City, Heroes: Reborn, I Can Do That, Mr. Robinson, Running with Bear Grylls, The Slap (in limbo), The Carmichael Show, The Island

ABC Family
Renewed: Baby Daddy, Chasing Life, The Fosters, Young & Hungry

Cancelled: Melissa & Joey, Pretty Little Liars

Upcoming New Shows: Becoming Us, Job Or No Job, Kevin From Work, Monica The Medium, Next Step Reality: NYC, Start Up U, Stitchers

Renewed: Bates Motel, Country Buck$, Duck Dynasty, Longmire, Unforgettable,

Cancelled: Beyond Scared Straight, The Returned,

Upcoming New Shows: Brandi & Jarrod: Married To The Job (in limbo), Wild Transport

Adult Swim
Renewed: Black Jesus, Children’s Hospital, Mike Tyson Mysteries, Mr. Pickles, The Eric Andre Show

Cancelled: Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Black Dynamite

Upcoming New Shows: Decker

Renewed: Better Call Saul, Comic Book Men, Talking Dead, The Walking Dead

Cancelled: Freak Show, Game Of Arms, Hell On Wheels, Mad Men, Small Town Security,

Upcoming New Shows: Fear The Walking Dead, Humans, Making Of The Mob: New York

BBC/BBC America
Renewed: Broadchurch, Dr. Who, Orphan Black, Ripper Street, Sherlock, The Musketeers, Top of The Lake

Cancelled: Atlantis, Intruders,

Upcoming New Shows: Tatau, The Game

Renewed: Don’t Be Tardy, Flipping Out, Girlfriends Guide To Divorce, Ladies Of London, Manzo’d With Children, Married To Medicine, Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles, Shah’s Of Sunset, The Real Housewives of Orange County, Top Chef


Upcoming New Shows: Best New Restaurant, Friends to Lovers, Million Dollar Listing: San Francisco, Mother Funders, Southern Charm, Thicker Than Water

Renewed: Banchee

Cancelled: Sam Hunter, Strike Back

Upcoming New Shows: 

Comedy Central
Renewed: Broad City, Drunk History, Inside Amy Schumer, The Daily Show with John Stewart, The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail, This Is Not Happening, Workaholics,

Cancelled: Brickleberry, Kroll Show, The Colbert Report,

Upcoming New Shows: Another Period, Review, Why? with Hannibal Buress

Discovery Channel
Renewed: Alaskan Bush People, Berring Sea Gold, Deadliest Catch, Naked & Afraid


Upcoming New Shows: Alaska: The Last Frontier, Naked & Afraid XL,

Disney Channel
Renewed: K.C. Undercover, Kirby Buckets, Marvel’s Avengers: Ultron Revolution, Marvel’s Ultimate Spider Man vs The Sinister Six,  Penn Zero: Part-time Hero, Star Wars vs The Forces Of Evil, Star Wars Rebels, The Chronicles Of Evermoor

Cancelled: Jessie, Phineas and Ferb

Upcoming New Shows: BUNK’ D, Girl Meets World

Renewed: Christina Milian Turned Up, House Of DVF, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, The Royals, Total Divas

Cancelled: Fashion Police (hiatus)

Upcoming New Shows: Hollywood Cycle, Kourtney & Khole Take The Hamptons, Sex with Brody, Stewarts & Hamiltons,WAGS

Renewed: American Horror Story, The Americans, Archer, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, The League, Man Seeking Woman, Married, Fargo, The Strain, Tyrant

Cancelled: Anger Management, Justified, Sons Of Anarchy

Upcoming New Shows: Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll

Renewed: Animals, Game Of Thrones, Girls, Getting On, High Maintenance, Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, Silicon Valley, Togetherness, The Comeback, The Leftovers, True Detective, VEEP, Vice

Cancelled: Boardwalk Empire, Looking, The Newsroom,

Upcoming New Shows: Ballers, The Brink

History Channel
Renewed: Mountain Men, Roots, Vikings


Upcoming New Shows: 

Renewed: Are You The One?, Broke A$$ Game Show, Faking It, Finding Carter, Teen Mom, Teen Wolf, The Challenge

Cancelled: Awkward, Eye Candy, Happyland, Snooki & JWOWW,

Upcoming New Shows: Scream, Todrick, Underemployed

Renewed: Episodes, Homeland, House of Lies, Inside Comedy, Penny Dreadful, Shameless, The Affair,

Cancelled: Nurse Jackie

Upcoming New Shows: Twin Peaks, 3AM

Renewed: Catch A Contractor, Ink Master, Lip Sync Battle

Cancelled: Auction Hunters,

Upcoming New Shows: TUT

Renewed: Black Sails, Blunt Talk, Power, Outlander, The Missing, Survivor’s Remorse


Upcoming New Shows: The Chair

Renewed: 12 Monkeys, Bitten, Face Off, Ghost Hunters, Haven, Paranormal Witness,  Z Nation

Cancelled: Ascension, Continuum, Helix, Lost Girl,

Upcoming New Shows: Dark Matter, Geeks Who Drink, Killjoys, The Expanse

Renewed: American Dad!,

Cancelled: Cougar Town, Ground Floor, Sullivan & Son,

Upcoming New Shows: 

Renewed: Cake Boss, Gypsy Sisters, Love, Lust Or Run, My 600lb Life, My Big Fat Fabulous Life, Our Little Family, Return To Amish, Sister Wives,

Cancelled: 19 Kids And Counting (pulled indefinitely), Trailer Park Welcome To Myrtle Manor,

Upcoming New Shows: 

Renewed: Cold Justice, Legends, Rizzoli & Isles, The Last Ship, The Librarians, Murder In The First

Cancelled: Falling Skies, Perceptions

Upcoming New Shows: Proof

USA Network
Renewed: Chrisley Knows Best, Graceland, Playing House, Royal Pains, Satisfaction, Suits,

Cancelled: Benched, Cover Affairs, Dig, Rush, Sirens, White Collar

Upcoming New Shows: Complications, Mr. Robot

Renewed: Bosch, Catastrophe, Mozart In The Jungle, Transparent, Ripper Street

Cancelled: The After

Upcoming New Series: Alpha House

Renewed: Deadbeat, East Los High

Cancelled: Moone Boy

Upcoming New Shows: Difficult People

Renewed: Arrested Development, Bloodline, BoJack Horseman, Crossing Lines, Daredevil, Degrassi: Next Class, Full House, Grace & Frankie, House Of Cards, Longmire, Mako Mermaids, Marco Polo, Orange Is The New Black, The Fall, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Cancelled: Derek, Hemlock Grove,

Upcoming New Shows: Chef’s Table, How To Train Your Dragon: Race To The Edge, We Hot American Summer,

TBS Cancels Cee-Lo Green’s “The Good Life” After Rape Tweet Controversey


Today, less than three hours after a campaign was launched to call on Time Warner and TBS to cancel Cee-Lo Green’s reality show The Good Life, in the wake of his controversial tweets claiming that an unconscious drugged woman cannot be raped if she doesn’t remember, UltraViolet has received word that the show has been cancelled. More than 30,000 UltraViolet members signed onto the short campaign in less than three hours.

“This is a huge victory for women and survivors of rape and sexual assault,” said Shaunna Thomas, co-founder of UltraViolet. “No matter how famous you are, rape is never ok. Cee-Lo Green publicized views that rape isn’t rape if a woman doesn’t remember–a false and dangerous claim. We urge Cee-Lo Green, Time Warner, and TBS to take this moment to donate to an organization helping survivors of rape, and are looking into whether any next steps are appropriate.”

See the petition here, signed by 32,021 UltraViolet members:


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Jane Seymour Chats About Her Guest-Starring Role On TBS’s “Men at Work”

Jane-Seymour1Things are heating up on TBS’s Men at Work next week as the ever sultry Jane Seymour makes an appearance. In the episode airing Wednesday, Feb. 12th, Milo (Danny Masterson), meets a high powered, elegant book publisher (Seymour)…but, it’s not his writing she’s interested in…
We had the opportunity to catch up with Jane Seymour to talk about her upcoming guest appearance on Men at Work, her time on the set, what she enjoyed about the character, and what else she has in the works for 2014. Read the full interview below:
Q: This set is predominately male since it’s a male oriented show. What was it like on set for you though?
JANE SEYMOUR: It was a lot of fun. They were great guys and it was, it was a really funny episode. And, of course the producer/writer, Breckin Meyer, is someone I’ve worked with many times on Franklin and Bash where he’s an actor and it was really wonderful to see the work he was doing as a writer. It was very funny. Great role. And the guys are a hoot.
Q: What was it about this role that really intrigued you to be a part of this show?
JS: It’s sort of a role reversal really. You know, normally, you see the man who seduces the woman to get her, you know, gets the woman to be seduced to get a job and then kind of, you know, this whole casting couch thing. It’s a sort of a role reversal of that.

I thought it was, it was fun. You, know, the whole idea of him wanting to be a writer and thinking that by sleeping with her he was going to get his dream come true and her pointing out she just thought it was a game and that writers actually write. I thought that was fun.

Q: Now did this all come about because of your role on Breckin Meyer’s Franklin and Bash show?

JS: I think so. You know, Breckin asked me if I’d come and do something on his show and he wrote a wonderful fun character for me which is quite different from the one I play on his show. So, and I love doing comedy. So he, and he knows that I do a lot of comedy these days. So that’s how it came about.

Q: Do you find that a lot of people still recognize you from your role on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman?

JS: Oh absolutely. And all over the world. It’s in, I think a hundred countries now. You know, when President Gorbachev comes up to me and goes oh Dr. Quinn, Dr. Quinn, you know, you realize that the show probably had even more of an impact in other countries than it did in America.

And it’s nice to know that something that positive is, you know, a wonderful American export really.

Q: Do you also still get people coming up to you because of your role in Battlestar Galactica. I know there’s a big fan base for that.

JS: If I go anywhere near a Sci-Fi Convention, yes. I actually, Battlestar Galactica, I was only ever in three episodes. I was in the original, in the first one which was also a movie shown in movie theatres after it had been on television which is very unusual.

And then in the original I actually died but they reshot it when I wasn’t there and kept me looking as healthy as possible and then came back to me and wanted me to do the series which I declined. And then eventually the compromise was that I did, I think two episodes in which everything I would ever have done in the series happened in two episodes.

So I, you know, I think I flew a spaceship and God knows what else I did but honestly I think I’ve only ever seen it once. I don’t, I don’t remember it terribly well except that I remember really enjoying working with Richard Hatch and Dirk Benedict who were lovely and Loren Greene, of course.

Q: What appeals to you the most about the comedy genre as an actress?

JS: I like to laugh. I love good comedy. And I just, you know, comic timing and comedy is one of the hardest things to do. So, you know, it keeps me on my toes. It’s really cool when you can make people laugh and when, and you can, you know, you can time it out correctly. I have a great sense of humor and I, you know, I enjoy sharing it with people.

Q: Do you feel there’s any type of formula for good comedic T.V.?

JS: I don’t know about formulas. All I know is if I read something really funny, I’d like to do it. When I read Wedding Crashers I was just, you know, falling over laughing at some of those scenes and I just said I’ve got to do this. It’s completely irreverent and very, very funny.

And I think Men At Work, I thought that was really funny. It’s a great fun character. And as I said on Franklin and Bash, they always give me really interesting and fun things to do.

And, you know, comedy is heightened reality really. And just kind of looking at circumstances from a different perspective. So I love, I love the idea that I can do both. I can do drama and I can do comedy and sometimes I do pieces that are dramatic but they have comedic moments, you know.

And like in music, you know you can have the hard loud stuff but unless you have the quiet stuff or the kind of quirky stuff, you know, you don’t, you don’t appreciate it. You know, you need your lights and darks. So I love the idea that I can be a versatile actress.

Q: What attracted you to this particular guest role? What, was there a specific line or was there a specific person that you wanted to be working with?

JS: Breckin actually. It’s his show and he said I’d love to have you on it. And he said I’ve written this, I’ve got this episode that I’d think you’d be perfect for. And I read it and I went yes, I can play that. And I’m a big fan of (Danny) and he was great fun to work with.

So and actually it was interesting because between the writers, the director and other people on the show and it’s, you know, it’s three cameras so it’s, you have a live audience. There were a lot of people I’ve worked with on other, on other comedy shows. So it was fun for me. It was like old times.

Q: Do you feel that you’re being typecast into the roles especially of older women now and if you are do you or why don’t you enjoy it?

JS: I do enjoy it but each role I play is a different kind of character. And I’m doing other things as well that have nothing to do this at all. I mean I played a grandmother with a grey wig on in the American girl movie which was beautiful, Saige Paints The Sky.

And I’ve got a movie that I just finished with Malcom McDowell in which I very definitely play someone of my own age who’s, it’s as far away from, you know, what I do in Men At Work or Franklin and Bash.

So, you know, each role’s different and I love the idea that I can play lots of different kinds of roles and that sometimes I can play looking glamorous or younger or sexy or evil or, you know, complicated or broken, whatever. It’s acting. It’s just, it’s what I enjoy doing.

Q: Are you planning on guest-starring in any of this coming summer’s episodes of Franklin and Bash?

JS: . They’ve actually offered me two, two episodes…this season. So, yes. So I’ll be coming back and doing two episodes, I believe.

I’m a big fan of the show too and of the guys and I think it’s, you know, it’s wonderful that Breckin managed to go out and do his own thing as well. Really fun.

And actually Malcolm McDowell who’s also in that show, I just did a movie with him, a wonderful movie call Bereave so I’m very, I’m very grateful to Franklin and Bash because it’s generated lots of other fun things to do.

Q: You kind of touched on how you like the comedic side of acting. Do you have a lot of younger fans that come up to you because of that and ask if they can call you Kitty Cat?

JS: Absolutely. All the time. It’s really funny. I, wherever I go, especially if I walk past any kind of bar that has a lot of young guys in it. Yes. It’s very disconcerting but yes, Kitty Cat has become quite (a Monica) really where, and you know, sometimes I’ll get in an elevator and a lady of my age will come jumping in and just say my children say your name is Kitty Cat. What does that mean? I go, you better ask them.

Men at Work airs on TBS Wednesdays at 10pmET/PT. Jane’s episode, “Gigo-Milo,” will air Wednesday, Feb. 12th.

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Anna Kendrick’s Almost Super Bowl Commercial

(PCM) Pitch Perfect actress Anna Kendrick seriously had her hopes up about starring in one of those ridiculously big budget and action packed Super Bowl commercials, however it seems that the beer company that hired her was not able to afford to make it happen.

A new behind-the-scenes video posted online features Kendrick sharing the story behind the Super Bowl commercial that almost was from the company that hired her, New Castle Brown Ale. In the hilarious video clip, the company has a great time poking fun at some of their competitors and other big budget advertisers.

If you enjoyed the behind-the-scenes clip, you can see more at

Anna Kendrick’s Almost Super Bowl Commercial also appeard on Celebrity Magnet.

TV Highlights – November 21

TV Highlights – November 21

BBC America
Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Marathon, Part 1 – All day, starting at 9a/8c
Get caught up with the adventures of Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith.

The Vampire Diaries — (8:00-9:00pm) ““Dead Man on Campus”” At Whitmore College, Elena (Nina Dobrev) and Caroline (Candice Accola) decide it’s time to throw a big party, but their plans are interrupted when Jesse (guest star Kendrick Sampson) suddenly needs Caroline’s help.  Finally, Damon makes a terrifying discovery about a secret society.

JFK: The Lost Tapes – This is the story of President Kennedy’s assassination, now told through the unique perspective of newly released government tapes, audio recordings from the Dallas Police, and through the eyes and radio recordings of reporters who were there that day.

The X Factor – “LIVE Results” Tune in to see if your favorite singing acts make The cut in another all-new LIVE episode of The X Factor.

Glee – “Movin’ Out” The New Directions pay homage to The Piano Man: Billy Joel. As graduation approaches, The seniors make plans for Their futures beyond The halls of McKinley.

Ron Burgundy Returns to Conan. Legendary Anchorman to Discuss Upcoming Book Let Me Off at The Top!: My Classy Life and Other Musings For The first time since his surprise appearance in March 2012 to announce The greenlighting of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) will once again appear on Conan. Burgundy, who suprised Conan’s audience with a skillfull jazz flute during that 2012 appearance, will sit down with Conan O’Brien for a much longer conversation.

TV Highlights – November 21 also appeard on Television News.

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