The Voice just finished its second season, and by the looks of things, some major changes are under way for NBC’s hit show. Rickey.org previously reported that the executive producers were worried about the fate of the show following Jermaine Paul‘s win.
Now, the show is looking to make some tweaks to the format — including adding the spinning chairs into the battle rounds. According to Deadline, show chairman Bob Greenblatt said in a conference call today, May 13, 2012, that ?people love the spinning chairs, and we will put them into the battle rounds this coming season.”
He didn’t give any more specifics about exactly how this would fit into the rounds. Also, according to The Hollywood Reporter, there may be a new slew of judges for 2013′s spring season! Other tweaks include extending the blind auditions and getting to the live shows quicker. Greenblatt says on the current coaches: ”Two commitments a year is more than they expected.”
Expect the next season of The Voice to hit your TV screen this fall.
Who else is excited? Ready for more spinning chairs?
If you paid close attention to last week’s new episode of Person of Interest, you may have noticed that Michael Emerson’s real life wife guest starred as his secret fiancee. These two are an absolutely adorable couple and these pictures are too cute for words.
Here is a behind the scenes look at the two filming Person of Interest: “No Good Deed.”
Photos courtesy of CBS
Here is the extended preview of Thursday’s season finale of Person of Interest: “Firewall.”
Yikes! It looks action packed from start to finish! Will Reese finally be captured?
Watch the video here:
I guess it really is the end of an era.
Mark Salling of Glee tweeted a picture of his newly shaved head, ridding him of his out of control mohawk that was starting to look like a squirrel. Unfortunately for him, he didn’t consider tan lines.
His head looks like an oreo.
Here is a sneak peek of the upcoming new episode of Glee: “Nationals.” When Mercedes gets sick from a burrito (really?), Schue asks some of the other girls to take her place in the Troubletones.
Watch the video:
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Mercedes gets sick
Erika Van Pelt may have finished in 10th place on this season of American Idol, but you can’t deny her talent. Her husky alto was a breath of fresh air amidst so many soprano belters.
Video recently surfaced of her singing “One Sweet Day” by Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men — along with Bobby Davis.
Man, why couldn’t she have sung this song on the show?
Our TV coverage continues with CBS ordering seven new series to their lineup. The casts are very impressive and include a comedy from the creators of Will & Grace starring David Krumholtz and Michael Urie, and a drama starring Dennis Quaid and Jason O’Mara.
Here are the show descriptions of what you can expect in the Fall on CBS.
Here?s logline/casting/pedigree info on the new series?
* Made In Jersey (Sony Pictures TV, Fanfare, CBS Television Studios)
EP: Kevin Falls, Tarses, Julia Franz
W/EP: Dana Calvo (Franklin & Bash), co-exec prod
CAST: Toni Trucks (Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 2), Kyle MacLachlan (Twin Peaks), Janet Montgomery (Entourage), Felix Solis (The Good Wife), Erin Cummings (Spartacus: Blood and Sand)
Centers on a working-class woman who uses her street smarts to compete with her more polished colleagues at a tony Manhattan law firm.
* Elementary (CBS Television Studios, Timberman/Beverly Prods.)
DIR/EP: Michael Cuesta (Homeland)
EP/W: Rob Doherty (Medium)
EP: Sarah Timberman and Carl Beverly
CAST: Jonny Lee Miller (Eli Stone) as Sherlock, Lucy Liu as Watson, Aidan Quinn (Prime Suspect)
Created by: Arthur Conan Doyle
Modern take on the cases of the pipe-smoking private eye with Sherlock now living in NYC.
* Friend Me (CBS Television Studios and Tannebaum Co.)
EP: Alan Kirschenbaum, Ajay Sahgal,Kim and Eric Tannenbaum.
DIR: Pamela Fryman
Centers on twenty-something best friends, Evan and Rob, who move from their hometown of Bloomington, Indiana to Los Angeles to begin their exciting new lives working at Groupon.
* Golden Boy (Warner Bros. TV)
EP/ Writer: Nicholas Wootton
EP: Greg Berlanti
EP/DIR: Richard Shepard
CAST: Kevin Alejandro (True Blood), Chi McBride (Pushing Daisies), Stella Maeve (The Runaways), Theo James (Downton Abbey), Bonnie Somerville (Cashmere Mafia)
Show about the making of a man ? tracks one cop?s meteoric rise from officer to detective to Police Commissioner.
W/EP: Will & Grace creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick
DIR: James Burrows
CAST: David Krumholtz (Numb3rs), Sophia Bush (One Tree Hill), Michael Urie (Ugly Betty), Brandon Routh (Chuck), Elizabeth Regen, Lucy Davis (Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip)
Architects Charlie and Louis? friendship has lasted longer than either of their romantic relationships and almost seems like a weird marriage. When Charlie decides to propose to his girlfriend, Louis? neurotic attempts to be supportive nearly result in the breakup of his own relationship.
* Vegas (CBS Television Studios)
W/EP: Nicholas Pileggi (Goodfellas) and Greg Walker (Without a Trace)
DIR/EP: James Mangold (Walk the Line)
EP: Cathy Konrad and Arthur Sarkissian (Rush Hour).
CAST: Carrie-Anne Moss, Dennis Quaid, Michael Chiklis (The Shield)
Set in the 1960s and is based on the true story of Ralph Lamb ? rodeo cowboy turned longtime Sheriff of Las Vegas.
* The Job finds contestants competing for a different dream job every week.
I’m very excited to see David Krumholtz and Jason O’Mara back on TV. Which of these are you most interested in tuning in for?
American Idol’s Sanchez sings at Eastlake High – Holding signs that read “Jessanity,” “Fanchez” and “Pinoy Pride,” thousands of fans welcomed top-three “American Idol” contestant Jessica Sanchez to Eastlake High School in Chula Vista on Saturday. Following a short procession along Eastlake Parkway, Sanchez, 16, made her way into the school’s stadium at exactly 11 [...]
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