by Jill Pantozzi | 9:31 am, March 4th, 2014
Parks and Recreation
by Jill Pantozzi | 4:13 pm, February 27th, 2014
NBC has just announced the First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, will guest-star on the Parks and Recreation season finale.READ MORE
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by Jill Pantozzi | 11:46 am, August 22nd, 2013
What’s this? Tatiana Maslany gets to play someone other than a clone of herself? Hit the jump to find out which NBC series has nabbed the Orphan Black star.READ MORE
by Isabella Kapur | 3:30 pm, August 2nd, 2013
Etsy seller Alicia Watkins creates simple, charming cross stitches of your favorite geeky quotes and pop culture moments. The little signs, ranging from a “Brains Sweet Brains” sign to Star Trek and Douglas Adams homages, are sweet, and often humorous images that give us nerdy favorites with a hand stitched twist.READ MORE
by Susana Polo | 4:36 pm, July 10th, 2013
Well, come on, I would be Khaleesi, of course. Ben would probably be Jon Snow, because he’s so tormented. Ron would be Stannis Baratheon … And Tom would be … Uh oh, I hate to break it to Aziz [Ansari], but Tom would be, like, Theon Greyjoy, which is not good right now. Ann would be Sansa, April would be Arya, and Andy would be one of the dragons. — Amy Poehler, to TimeOut.
It is known.
by Rebecca Pahle | 6:00 pm, May 19th, 2013
In case you’re one of the five people who hasn’t seen it yet, last month Patton Oswalt improvised an eight-minute rant on what star Wars: Episode VII should be like (keywords: Boba Fett, Tony Stark, X-Men, robot spider Chewbacca) for an episode of Parks and Recreation. And now Isaac Moores has created an animated version of that pitch. It’s geek-o-licious. Enjoy.
by Rebecca Pahle | 12:55 pm, May 12th, 2013
Over the last few days lists of TV shows renewed, cancelled, greenlit, and not picked up have been rolling in. We’ve already told you about a few: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has been picked up, because of course it has, as has Alfonso Cuarón‘s Believe, about a ten-year-old girl with superpowers.
How have other shows of geeky interest fared?READ MORE