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TV’s Top Hats: The Twideshow

Trying a little something fun today on Twitter … slideshows are kinda boring to flip through , so I’ve done a Twideshow, in honor of tonight’s new Justified episode. The Twideshow’s an homage to cool and iconic TV hats, i.e. TV’s Top Hats. Whatcha think?

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Slideshows? Nah. In honor of Raylan Givens’ Justified hat, TVScreener.com’s first Twideshow: TV’s Top Hats. #Twideshow #TVTopHats


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Justified: Raylan Givens’ Stetson just adds to his swagger #Twideshow #TVTopHats http://yfrog.com/gy8zs7j

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Hee Haw: Minnie Pearl’s capper (w/ its $1.98 price tag) made it to the Smithsonian http://bit.ly/hCk http://yfrog.com/h09281j

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Dallas: J.R. Ewing’s Stetson also made it to the Smithsonian http://bit.l #Twideshow #TVTopHats http://yfrog.com/gyza13j

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Magnum P.I.: Magnum’s Tigers cap was an homage to Tom Selleck’s hometown #Twideshow #TVTopHats http://yfrog.com/h7ilx8j

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30 Rock: Frank’s ever-changing trucker hats http://bit.ly/fe5oLx #Twideshow #TVTopHats http://yfrog.com/gztx06j

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Lidsville: They WERE hats! And soon, a movie http://nyti.ms/iiq1xD #Twideshow #TVTopHats http://yfrog.com/h39in9j

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SNL: Mango’s sparkly shorts & pink beret http://bit.ly/g11ccz #Twideshow #TVTopHats http://yfrog.com/h3lpo3j

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Mickey Mouse Club: Lisa Whelchel is among the Mouseketeers who wore MM ears #Twideshow #TVTopHats http://yfrog.com/h7iuo3j

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Disneyland: Davy Crockett’s hat led to 5K cap sales a day http://lat.ms/firfn3 #Twideshow #TVTopHats http://yfrog.com/gz6pwvj

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Good Times: JJ’s hat was star Jimmie Walker’s dyn-o-mite! lucky charm #Twideshow #TVTopHats http://yfrog.com/gz4z90j

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Gilligan’s Island: Alan Hale had his Skipper hat bronzed at series end #Twideshow #TVTopHats http://yfrog.com/h22evyvj

Channel Surfing – June 18

All the tube news that’s fit to surf …

– The Seinfeld cast reunion on Curb Your Enthusiasm is shaping up to be bigger than it was originally rumored to be. Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and the newly-“reformed” (according to Larry David) Michael Richards will reportedly appear in half the episodes of the upcoming season of Curb, which is scheduled to premiere this fall.

– It’s a definite go: Tom Cruise and J.J. Abrams are teaming up again, to make Mission: Impossible IV for a 2011 release.

– In addition to tonight’s “The Last Supper” special episode (Bravo, 9PM ET) of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, the network is stretching the show’s first season to July 9 with three more episodes, including two reunion eps and a “lost footage” installment. The so-called season finale that aired Tuesday night drew 3.5 million viewers, the highest number ever for an episode of the Housewives franchise.

– Will you really make it to your destination if Homer Simpson is giving you directions? You can find out with a TomTom GPS and the company’s celebrity voice navigator feature, which now includes Homie as an option. Other TV celeb voices available from TomTom: Kim Cattrall, Mr. T, Burt Reynolds and Dennis Hopper.

T.R. Knight‘s definitely vamoosing from Grey’s Anatomy, which just makes the show even more tiresome as the off-camera dramas continue to overshadow the on-screen action.

Twin Peaks lives again, as an Internet series? It is if original series star, and current Desperate Housewives baddie Kyle McLachlan, has anything to say about it.

– And, Twitter tip, the always awesome John Lithgow will play a serial killer on the new season of Dexter, and he’s Tweeting about it at @John_Lithgow.

Eminem: Was He in on the Joke?

… or was he really surprised, and ticked off, when he got butt-faced (and junk-faced?) by Bruno (Sacha Baron Cohen) at last night’s MTV Movie Awards?

The rapper looked surprised, and angry, and Ryan Seacrest Tweeted last night that he had been told Eminem was definitely not privvy to the bit and immediately hightailed it out of the show with his bodyguards.

But check out the clip of the incident below. Sure, Slim Shady looks ticked off, but his bodyguards didn’t immediately react. Bruno actualy landed, butt-first, in Eminem’s face, but the bodyguards just sat there until Eminem, rather colorfully, requested that he be removed … so either he was in on the joke, or he might need to rethink his security detail and their reaction times.

Either way, funny stuff.

Or did you find the whole bit crude (and, given Eminem’s beef with Triumph the Insult Comic Dog at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards, and Howard Stern‘s butt-baring entrance as Fartman at the ’92 VMAs, totally unoriginal)?

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Dude, Where’s My Twitter?

The very fact that Demi Moore and hubby Ashton Kutcher are opposed to the idea of a Twitter TV show makes me reconsider whether or not I think it’s a bad idea.

What about you? What’s more annoying:

– The idea of a Twitter TV show?
– The idea of Ashton Kutcher being opposed to a Twitter TV show?
– The idea of Ashton Kutcher?

Channel Surfing – May 26

All the tube news that’s fit to surf …

Jon Gosselin, American Hero”? Bleccch. If there was any lesson to be learned from last night’s Jon & Kate Plus 8 season premiere, it’s that both Gosselins are big ol’ messes and that neither of them is truly better off with the money, fame (infamy?) or freebies their reality show has brought them. But, for all the nasty behavior we see on-screen from the brittle Kate, let’s be honest: Mr. Gosselin doesn’t appear to be much of a prize, either. So, “American hero”?! Again, bleccch. That word is tossed around all too lightly, particularly given that we just celebrated Memorial Day.

– Remember when Friday night used to be one of the best TV-watching nights of the week, back when J.R. was getting shot by Kris-ten (as Sue Ellen called her sister) on Dallas and Don Johnson was rocking his white suits, pastel tees and mandals on Miami Vice? USA Today points out that, with 10 scripted series on the Friday night schedule next fall, it may no longer be one of the most skippable viewing nights.

– Meanwhile, The Hollywood Reporter is sizing up next fall’s biggest timeslot battles, including the Friday night, 9PM race, which pits Southland vs. Medium vs. Dollhouse vs. Ugly Betty, or, as THR writer James Hibberd calls it, “The Island of Broken Toys.” Funny. Though I’d argue that Southland shouldn’t be lumped in with the other, has-been, series.

– The New York Times says, if their TV show ratings are a reliable indicator, the Jonas Brothers may be headed the way of ‘N Sync, 98 Degrees and LFO.

Twitter may become a TV show, though the specifics of how are still sketchy.

– We’ve got the Real Housewives of the O.C., Atlanta, New York City and New Jersey, and while there are already rumors of a Beverly Hills version in the works, Bravo is also reportedly looking to find the Real Housewives of D.C., too.

– And Clay Aiken‘s recent anti-Adam Lambert statements, followed by his sarcastic follow-up/pseudo-backtracking make one thing clear: He’s kinda a big tool.

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