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Call It A “Split” Series Six, Or Call It Series Six AND Seven, But It Really Means “Doctor Who” Is Getting SyFy’d

 
Surprise, surprise, surprise…
Thirteen new episodes of Doctor Who are coming in 2011, just not in the usual BBC style.  Steven Moffat tells you about the “SyFy” broadcast model that’s gonna broadside the TARDIS next spring:

Full List of Emmy Winners, Ending a Cloudy Crystal Ball Week

After a week where, between Miss Universe and then going six of eleven at the Emmys, it seems my crystal ball is more cloudy than clear, I still take pride in calling two of the three series categories right.
Below are the list of winners from last night’s Emmys, with an indication of italics where I [...]

Creative Arts Emmys & popGeezer Prognostications For Sunday’s Big Dance!

The Creative Arts Emmys, which included several categories if interest to us here, took place last Saturday night (8/21), and here are the winners you should be excited about.
Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Series – The Colbert Report • #5076 (in Iraq): Since 2000, The Daily Showhas bagged this trophy six times.  [...]

Katy’s “Teenage Dream” Is No Nightmare, But It Ain’t “One Of The Boys”

EMI and the Katy Perry marketing machine have done a bang-up job making Katy’s second studio album, “Teenage Dream“, into the musical version of a hotly-anticipated summer blockbuster movie.  With the multi-week pre-release of five singles from the disc – “E.T.”, “Not Like The Movies”, “Circle The Drain”, “Teenage Dream” and “California Gurls” – Katy dominated [...]

Quoting Billy Corgan: “Today Is The Greatest Day I’ve Ever Known”

 Hey Gramps, obsess much?
Expect a full review of “Teenage Dream” from us by late tonight.  In the meanwhile, check out this one from the AP which refers to the disc as a “Hit Factory”.

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