TV Highlights

heroes_castHeroes shall be reborn, with an event miniseries from creator Tim Kring.

NBC in the USA has ordered 13 episodes of a new standalone arc titled Heroes Reborn, with all storyline and character details currently being kept under wraps. The miniseries will air sometime in 2015, preceded by a web series that will introduce the characters and new storylines.

If they want to bring back some of the stars, here is where they are now – Continue reading »

kim-dotcom-60-minutesThe interview by the American 60 Minutes program that outraged Kim Dotcom aired last night on Prime.  The New Zealand team invited Kim Dotcom on to respond.  He declined.

With the upcoming launch of his political party and his new album that he’s flogging I would have thought he would have jumped at the chance to get some publicity.

The interview airs again tonight at 7:30pm on Prime.

lambertAmerican Idol is bringing back some of its more successful contestants back into the fold to help out the new crop of talent in Season 13.

Chris Daughtry and Adam Lambert will be mentors for the show’s new phase called Randy Jackson’s “Boot Camp,” Daughtry reveals himself.

The singer couldn’t keep his and Lambert’s participation a secret, tweeting, “Hanging with @Adamlambert at the #idol workshop. Glad to be back! Stay tuned…” Continue reading »

The uncensored version of SodaStream’s commercial for the Big Game 2014. Starring Scarlett Johansson, Fox has reportedly rejected this Super Bowl commercial because it ends with her saying “Sorry, Coke and Pepsi.”

Coca-Cola’s Game Day ad about an American underdog chasing his dream.

Sir Ben Kingsley, Tom Hiddleston and Mark Strong star in the car company’s “It’s Good to Be Bad” promotional spot. The action-packed commercial from Les Miserables director Tom Hooper teases the question, “Have you ever noticed that in all Hollywood movies, all the villains are played by Brits?”

Not one of the best!

Probably the cutest ad this Super Bowl