Jeremy Likes TV

I like TV. Probably more than any human should.

Morning Links: 3/6/12

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Welcome to the Morning Links. Each weekday, I’ll provide you with some interesting television-related news items culled from the various TV websites I frequent on a regular basis with a slight bit of commentary attached. Pretty straightforward – no fuss, no muss. Let’s do the damn thing:

*Fox cancelled Terra Nova and producer 20th Century Fox is now shopping the show to other networks. Not that I have anything against Terra Nova per se, but I really hope this doesn’t work because the next time some crap show gets cancelled I don’t want its fans going apeshit hoping that some other network is going to pick up the scraps. (Via TVLine)

*ABC’s GCB had a meh kind of debut on Sunday night, pulling in 29% less viewers than the now-cancelled Pan Am did back in September when that disappointment premiered. The lackluster ratings aren’t surprising considering that the reviews for the shrill soap could best be described as toxic. (Via EW)

*CNN’s Piers Morgan has defended Kirk Cameron’s bigoted statements on his Piers Morgan Tonight presumably because he needs to continue to get guests on his show. (Via The Hollywood Reporter)

*The Simpsons tipped its cap to Game Of Thrones with the couch gag from Sunday night’s episode. Pretty cool. (Via Warming Glow)

*Here’s some casting news about the <stifles vomit> second season of American Horror Story. And if you care about this show at all you might want to find another blog to visit. ‘Cause this one ain’t it. (Via The AV Club)

*Oh, no. Please God no. (Via The Hollywood Reporter)


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