Alex Logan

    Alex Logan

  • After NBC Pulls Plug on ‘Powerless,’ Co-Showrunner Sheds Light on What Could Have Been

    “Powerless” co-showrunner Justin Halpern took to Reddit to respond to fan questions about the show and its untimely cancellation by NBC.

  • #BanTheBarf: TV Writers Need to Give Hurling the Heave-Ho!

    Lately, television writers have been overestimating their audiences’ desire to see characters lose their lunch. From the prestige drama of HBO’s Big Little Lies and Game of Thrones to the teen tearjerker Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why to the outlandish comedy of Netflix’s Santa Clarita Diet and Comedy Central’s Review, everyone is spilling their guts.

  • ‘Spitting Image’ May Reboot on HBO For Trump Era

    The satire was a huge hit for U.K. channel ITV in the 1980s, taking on all things political and pop culture with weird and grotesque puppets.

  • In Theaters This Weekend: Studios Make Way for 'The Furious'

    Despite five wide releases, nothing brings the action-packed star power of last week’s The Fate of the Furious, and that will no doubt be reflected in the box-office numbers on Monday morning.

  • Bill Nye Is Back to Save the World From Fake Science

    Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! If you grew up in the ’90s, you knew that whenever your science teacher rolled out the TV cart, it was time for an episode of Bill Nye the Science Guy! Well, Bill is back and saving the world with his new Netflix series, Bill Nye Saves the World! SuperFan TV got the chance to sit down with Nye to discuss the show and how we could join his quest to save the world.

  • Late Night Shows Have Field Day With Bill O’Reilly’s Firing From Fox News

    On Wednesday it was announced that Bill O’Reilly will not be returning to his cable news rating giant, The O’Reilly Factor, after a series of sexual harassment allegations and lawsuits were made public. Naturally, every late night talk show had jokes lined up for when Fox News ultimately issued his pink slip. As James Corden jabbed on The Late Late Show, “Fox News had no choice.

  • Celebrate 30 Years of ‘The Simpsons’ With A Look Back At Their Original Shorts

    The first ever short, the roughly drawn “Good Night”, featured all your favorite family members trying to settle in for an evening’s rest. For three seasons, Homer and the gang appeared in these crude sketches on The Tracey Ullman Show before they jumped to their own primetime slot with the December 17th, 1989, premiere of The Simpsons.

  • ‘Ghostwatch’: Banned Mockumentary, Deemed Too Disturbing for BBC, Finally Airing in U.S.

    On Halloween 1992, the BBC aired Ghostwatch once, and only once. The 90-minute drama was presented as a live investigation into a supposedly haunted house that aimed to prove that the supernatural was real. The BBC received 30,000 calls about the program in a single hour, some parents filed formal complaints that their children had posttraumatic stress disorder from watching the disturbing content, and one family claimed the show contributed to the suicide of their son.

  • ‘Game of Thrones’: Casting Director Shares Tips for Working in Westeros

    The Belfast Telegraph spoke to Siobhan Allan, an Irish mother who started the Extras Dept, responsible for all of GoT's background actors.

  • Former Cast Member Jay Pharoah Puts ‘Saturday Night Live’ on Blast

    Former Saturday Night Live cast member Jay Pharoah had some harsh criticism for the perennial sketch comedy series. Pharoah had been mostly silent about the situation, until he opened up during a recent interview with New York’s HOT 97 radio station. SNL producers, he said,  “put people into boxes, and whatever they want you to do, they expect you to do.” Pharoah admitted that he is “fiery” and not a “yes n***a” who agrees to do a sketch or character that he does not find funny. Pharoah is far from the first cast member to lambaste the series after leaving it.

  • ‘SNL’ Under Fire For Allegedly Plagiarizing Louis C.K. Clown Sketch From Tig Notaro

    Comedian Tig Notaro has blasted Saturday Night Live for plagiarizing her idea. The stand-up and star of Amazon’s One Mississippi co-wrote, directed, and starred in a 13-minute short called “Clown Service” that she premiered in 2015, and it bares a striking resemblance to a video sketch called “Birthday Clown” that aired on the most recent episode of SNL, hosted by Louis C.K. As Notaro said in a statement released to Entertainment Weekly, *quote* “It has been impossible for me to ignore the cacophony of voices reaching out personally and publicly about the potential plagiarizing of my film “Clown Service”… While I don’t know how all this actually happened, I did find it extremely disappointing.” She went on to claim that a writer/director who was aware of her short worked on the SNL video.

  • ‘Scandal’: Celebrate 100 Episodes of OMG Moments

    Scandal‘s six seasons have been rife with OMG moments, and Thursday’s episode seems like it’s going to break the record for most shockers in a single night. The 100th episode has Olivia reimagining her life in an alternate reality where she never agreed to rig Fitz’s election with Mellie and Cyrus. So before the show rewrites history, let’s take a look back at the biggest OMGs from each season of Scandal.

  • Remembering David Letterman’s Mother With Her Best ‘Late Show’ Mom-ents

    At the age of 95, David Letterman’s mother has passed away. Letterman began roping his mom into his stunts all the way back in February 1986, when he had Dorothy use a bullhorn out the window of his offices, and she was always a good sport. Throughout his 33 years on the air, Letterman never forgot his small-town roots and the woman who brought him into this world.

  • ‘Daily Show’ Player Hasan Minhaj Will Host Trump-Free White House Correspondents’ Dinner

    The man who’s been chosen to host the president-free White House Correspondents’ dinner will have to make his jokes somewhat president-free as well.

  • TV’s Trouble With the Oval Office: ‘Designated Survivor’ Searches for 4th Showrunner

    The Kiefer Sutherland series about the Oval Office has had troubles in the leadership department and will hire a fourth person to fill the showrunner’s shoes.

  • Ranking Dead: Ranking the Characters of ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7, Episode 16

    You’re just in time for Ranking Dead, where we give a power ranking of The Walking Dead’s characters after every week. This is how we’d rank the characters of episode 16, the Season 7 finale, “The First Day of the Rest of Your Life!”

  • Comedy Central Reveals (Fake) Donald Trump’s Own Series, ‘The President Show’

    President Trump, as impersonated by Anthony Atamanuik, will be the star of The President Show, premiering April 27 on Comedy Central, after The Daily Show.

  • In Theaters This Weekend: Who Will Win in Battle of 'Ghost' vs. 'Baby'?

    Ghost in the Shell (PG-13) is a live-action remake of the anime about a cyber-enhanced supersoldier, starring Scarlett Johansson, Michael Pitt, Juliette Binoche, Takeshi Kitano, and Pilou Asbæk. Rupert Sanders, director of Snow White and the Huntsman, helmed the picture, which caught a fair amount of flak for recasting the beloved Japanese manga with a white actress.

  • No April Foolin’: These 3 Unbelievable Shows Are Really Happening Right Now

    The first one appears to be an April Fools’ caper that went the whole nine yards — Netflix Live is described as “Toasters toasting. … Experience life’s biggest thrills, right from the comfort of your couch.” Will Arnett narrates the electric and mind-blowing adventure of watching a burrito in the microwave! Next up is The President Show on Comedy Central, a new series apparently hosted by … the president?

  • ‘Walking Dead Ahead’: Who Will Be First to Die in the War on Negan?

    On this week’s “The Walking Dead,” you would think that Rick, as a father of two, would at least question why Tara is flipping the bird at that child from Oceanside. But that’s Ol’ Grimey for ya.