More and more each year, TV executives quake in their stylish, yet affordable boots over the exponential increase in peak TV, even as us ravenous viewers eagerly take it all in. Fall 2015 is no exception, cramming your DVR with everything from superheroes new and old, to Scream-ing gore-fests, animated staples and so much more.
You’d need some sort of … television … guidance … periodical to navigate it all, but because we love you, we’ve compiled over 30 of Fall 2015's biggest must-see premieres. Remember to sleep, and take in the onslaught of fall 2015's TV madness by our full preview!
Eminem is in Europe promoting the release of 'The Marshal Mathers 2 LP', and gave a very intimate interview to the BBC's Zane Lowe. Not only did he give a very in depth interview, he performed a couple songs with a live band.
The ground breaking series from BBCAmerica, 'Planet Earth' made it's debut yesterday and will continue over the next four weeks.
The video and images are some of the first times that anyone has ever seen the events in their natural habitat. You would think that with footage this powerful, that a voice wouldn't make that big of a difference, but it does.
Gwyneth Paltrow seems to be a really cool chick. I see her running around with Jay-z and Beyonce and her husband is Chris Martin of Coldplay. For a while not a lot of people knew she could sing, but now she's even done a movie where she was a Country Singer ("Country Strong" see video here). But check her out as she spits one of Ice Cube's verses on a BBC channel. GANGSTA!
The Dinosaur in the video does not almost eat the kids, but he does scare the crap out of them. To be fair though, this would give me nightmares for a month. You won't believe how realistic this baby T-Rex looks!
Slut march 2011 just took place in Toronto, leaving me asking two questions.
1. What the hell is Slut March?
2. Why don't I live in Toronto?
While I still don't have an answer for number 2, all the answers you need for number 1 are in the news report below.
Charlie Booker, from the BBC's Newswipe, asks the question, "Did you ever notice how all news reports seem the same?" Then he goes on to answer that question better than anyone could have ever expected. Check it out.