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To hell with a mini-reunion… we want a full on Friends reunion that results in another few seasons!!
That won't happen, so we guess we better take the mini one they're offering by getting Courteney Cox to guest star on Matthew Perry's Go On!!
As you most absolutely remember, Monica and Chandler were married on Friends, so it'll be nice to see the couple reunited, even if they're different characters. Courteney is currently slated to play a character who meets Anne, who then tries to set her up with Ryan (Matthew Perry). It'll be the first time on TV together since 2004!
This is great and all, but we still can't shake the feeling of a Friends movie or something in the distance… we just need to get Matt LeBlanc to stop winning things for Episodes!
We would die!! Ha!!
[Image via WENN.]
This season of Game Of Thrones is going to be bigger than ever!
And we don't just mean because they're finally introducing the giant men of the North! Mmm, that sounds promising…
This season is based on the show creators' favorite book, A Storm Of Swords, and they're giving the pages their due, packing the ten-episode season to the hilt! Showrunner David Benioff says:
The Good News:
Arrested Development is getting more episodes!
Filming on the ten planned episodes of the upcoming Netflix revival went so well, it inspired show creator Mitch Hurwitz to write even MORE episodes!
How many? A Netflix spokesperson said:
Nothing gets us into the holiday spirt like a Glee Christmas special!
FOX has just released some stills from their three upcoming holiday-tastic episodes. Two pics from Thanksgiving, which airs Nov. 29, three from Swan Song that airs Dec 6, and FOUR pics from Glee, Actually airing Dec 13th.
Ch-ch-check out the new stills (above)!!
All the stills from Swan Song are from NYC, which makes us wonder if this will be an all East Coast episode.
Glee, Actually is clearly the Christmas special. Just gazing at those pics make us feel warm and fuzzy — like one of Santa's elves sipping spiked eggnog! HA!
What a bummer!!
Hottie McHotts Colton Haynes is leaving his hit MTV series after just two seasons!! But it's not because he wanted to…
Reports already say the Teen Wolf felt majorly slighted when the "heads" of the show only wanted to give him twelve episodes instead of twenty-four.
But sources EXCLUSIVELY tell PerezHilton.com the darker details, saying:
By golly, Charlie Sheen has done it again!
He may not be starring in the number one sitcom on America's number one television network anymore, but that's not stopping him from making audiences tune in.
As promised, FX has purchased 90 more episodes of Anger Management thanks to steady ratings consisting of 4.53 million average viewers per episode.
Chuck Saftler, executive vice president of FX Networks, commended the show's leading man and fellow cast members by saying: