Fox and Friends host Elisabeth Hasselbeck has had enough of the Black Lives Matter movement.
A Monday morning Fox and Friends segment covered Black Lives Matter protesters chanting, “Fry ’em like bacon, pigs in a blanket,” at the Minnesota State Fair shortly after the shooting death of Texas Deputy Darren Goforth. During the segment, Hasselbeck asked guest Kevin Jackson why the movement hasn’t been labeled a hate group. More
The truth is out there — The X-Files is returning to Fox for a six-episode limited series with show creator Chris Carter and original stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reprising their roles as Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. More
Four years in, and FOX’s Bob’s Burgers has become a cult phenomenon and beacon of cartoon feminism with its quick, childish laughs and vibrant cast of characters.
What would you do if you were the last man on Earth? Probably move somewhere other than Boston, right? In Fox’s new comedy The Last Man on Earth, Phil Miller (played by SNL alum Will Forte) settles in the sunnier climes of Tucson, Arizona. But that’s because Miller was already living in Arizona when he survived the virus that wiped out the rest of humanity. There’s something to be said about the comfort of home, after all.
So assuming you decided to brave the winter, what would you do as the last man (or woman) in Boston? More
All you need to warm your heart up from the bitter cold outside is this adorable video of two best friends, a Siberian Husky and a fox.
Two months after the phenomenal success of FXX’s “Every Simpsons Ever” marathon, FX announced the long-planned Simpsons World app and website, featuring every episode, curated playlists and a high-level search function that lets users search by character, actor, and (eventually) line from among 3,000 clips.
For the first time in almost a decade, “The Simpsons” is relevant. Even without the highly questionable “Family Guy” crossover episode, the “Every Simpsons Ever” marathon on FXX was an unparalleled success, reminding comedy geeks of the ’90s how good they had it on Sunday nights and forcing everyone else to finally figure out where FXX was on their cable packages.
I have a few casting suggestions for Fox as it develops its Boston Marathon bombing miniseries, which, in between commercial breaks and promos for “Family Guy” and “New Girl,” is sure to provide new and illuminative insight on a week we’ve all no doubt long forgotten. More
A Denver Fox affiliate, KDVR 31, was trying to use a person’s Twitter photo album to discuss a Seattle helicopter crash. Unfortunately, the host controlling the iPad went a bit too far into the stranger’s picture reel, and ended up stumbling across a photo that nobody expected. I’m sure you can use your imagination as to what the picture was. If not, it was a penis.
He and the three other hosts scrambled to move on from the flub, but there’s a little thing called DVR these days, and of course, somebody had a cell phone handy to film it. You can check out the video, courtesy of twitter user Slade Sohmer and KDVR 31, or if you’d prefer to skip out on the wiener shot, you can simply bask in the uncomfortable reactions of the hosts above.
Now that TV fans (or at least 10.3 million of them) are emerging from a “Breaking Bad” coma, which shows among the new TV hopefuls are actually worth watching? The major networks followed a throw-it-against-the-wall-and-see-if-it-sticks blueprint this year, as the beginning of the 2013-14 season has seen the big four (ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC) collectively crank out more comedies than any other season over the past decade. Oddly enough, it’s kind of working. Some may think it’s too early to judge some of these shows – after all, some of them have only been on for a month and change. We should give them some time to find a groove, develop characters, and at least let the writers’ room air out a little bit, right? Well, sometimes you can just tell.