Wanted: A Writer to Review Shows on The CW

We just saw this at HollywoodReporter.Com:

Very cool, but we can’t see it – no CW – sigh

CW Sets Fall Premiere Dates

The network will kickoff its fall lineup with October bows for returning hits including “Supernatural” and “The Vampire Diaries” as well as freshman entries “Arrow” and “Emily Owens, M.D.”
by Lesley Goldberg

With NBC using its Summer Olympics platform to launch series as early as August and Fox already going out in September, the younger-skewing network will launch its returning and freshman series starting Oct. 2 with its Rachel Bilson dramedy Hart of Dixie.

Supernatural will return for its eighth season and first on its new night the following day, with the final season of Gossip Girl set for Oct. 8. Rookie entries Arrow, Beauty and the Beast and Emily Owens, M.D.,follow on Oct. 10, 11, and 16, respectively. read article

I Just Found the Best Site…

by Larry Brody

…For how-to info on writing/producing/directing/you-name-it.

Why’re you still sitting there? Get thee to http://guru.bafta.org and check out everything that’s there. It’s the UK version of the U.S. Motion Picture Academy, but, as usual (except for the surveillance camera thing) the Brits get it right. read article

A Show I’d Probably Watch

by Larry Brody

Having spent most of my life feeling like a really lost, Lost Boy, this one’s a natural to me:

Imagine & 20th Century Fox TV Prep Peter Pan-Themed Series ‘The League Of Pan’
by Nellie Andreeva

EXCLUSIVE: One of the first high-profile series projects for next season is coming together. 20th Century Fox TV and studio-based Imagine TV are developing The League Of Pan, a fairytale-themed drama series that takes on the story of Peter Pan. Based on an idea by up-and-coming writer Brian McCauley Johnson, League Of Pan is described as a re-imagining of the Peter Pan mythology. Set in modern day, it centers around the Lost Boys and takes place 10 years after they’ve left Neverland. Imagine TV and 20th TV are in the process of searching for a showrunner who would co-write the pilot script with Johnson. With a showrunner on board, the project will be taken out to the networks.

munchman: And the Award for Most Useless Showbiz “Analysis” Ever Goes to…

…TheWrap.Com, of course.

Emmy vs. Oscar: Which Honors the More Substantial Work?
by Steve Pond

It’s become conventional wisdom that there’s more vital work taking place these days on television than in movies. read article

munchman: I Miss the Olsen Twins

Remember what fun the countdown to their 18th birthday was?

Mary-Kate, Ashley Slammed as “Trollsens” By PETA for New Designer Fur Bag

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are being ripped by PETA over a new fur bag from their luxury line, The Row. read article