In 2015, Kevin Bacon announced that he was teaming up with Blumhouse Reproductions to reboot Tremors, everyone’s favorite movie about giant, murderous worms. Now, three years later, after producing a pilot and everything, it looks like Tremors is never going to get off the ground after all.
We’ll miss you, Medusa. We’ll miss you, Medusa’s terrible CGI hair.
We'll never get to find out who Stephen Rae is, or why exactly everybody is so obsessed with a fictional TV show about T-Bag from Prison Break leading a fake Manson Family and slaughtering pigs. Cult, the show about a cult following for a cult TV show about a cult, is no more.
The wackiest show on television that no one was watching, Zero Hour has been cancelled after just three episodes. No more Nazi babies and brain codes to bust; ABC has decided to pull the plug on the conspiracy theory series after Thursday's episode only drew in about 5.1 million viewers. Non-celebrity Wife Swap and…
We were shocked and horrified that Eureka's sixth season was cut back to just six episodes — and even more shocked and horrified when Syfy pulled the plug on the sixth season altogether.
Heroes "failed to see a bounce" for its story's climax, says Variety. The show got 4.4 million viewers, barely beating the 4.3 million who tuned into Jay Leno's almost-final 10 PM show. But Heroes still might get a fifth season.
Scott Peters, creator of the lovably bizarre mutant saga 4400, has just announced the show will be canceled after 4 seasons and a trippy cliffhanger. In this clip, you see the show at its best, making fun of its own gooftastic premise, which is that there are 4400 people in the world who time-traveled to the future,…
Keeping in line with our previous tips about cancelling Verizon, Sprint, and Cingular, here's the way to get out of T-Mobile without ponying up $200 per line. Yes, it's the same old SMS price-increase scheme, which worked with various success on other providers.