Doctor Who – season 5 episode 9 Cold Blood (2)
In 2015, the most ambitious drilling project in history is under way. Dr Nasreen Chaudry and her team have reached 21 kilometers into the Earth’s crust – but something is stirring far below. Amy Pond discovers there’s nowhere to run when you can’t even trust the ground at your feet.
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His amazing return proved that he’s as “RockSolid” as the Apprentice team he competed on. And the Donald was impressed!
Donald mentioned on the show that he had spoken to Bret's doctors, and “they didn’t want you to be here tonight. At all. Believe me, not at all.”
Donald then asked, “Are you risking your life being here? This is a lot of pressure.”
“Lately it seems like me just standing up is risking my life,” said Bret, which got the audience laughing.
The Donald told Bret he's hired and he won $250,000, which he will donate to the American Diabetes Association.
Right before the finale Donald spoke about Bret's ambition and recovery and said, "He has really turned out to be a great character. He's going through a very hard time. He went back into the hospital... They found a hole in his heart and he's really been fighting. He's a great fighter. During the show, I realized what a tough guy he was - when I first met him, I didn't know him... He really did a great job."
So we’re snapping out of this depression with some funk! Another episode “theme”, can’t wait. But what I really can’t wait for (other than the return of Terri), is Will getting down and dirty. Yep, you heard me. See it for yourself (or at least short clips of it) in the promo trailer for episode 21 of Glee, “Funk"
It's that time of year, folks: pilot season! To make way for the new shows, the networks have started to trim the fat, announcing cancellations and reduced episode orders left and right. Have your favorites made the cut? See the list below and check back often for the latest renewal/cancellation news:
FOX ANNOUNCES PRIMETIME SLATE FOR 2010-2011 SEASON
FOUR NEW COMEDIES, THREE NEW DRAMAS JOIN SCHEDULE
FALL TUESDAY COMEDY BLOCK TO FEATURE
NEW FAMILY COMEDY “RAISING HOPE”
AND NEW ROMANTIC COMEDY “RUNNING WILDE”
STARRING WILL ARNETT AND KERI RUSSELL
COMPELLING NEW DRAMA “LONESTAR” TO DEBUT IN FALL
NEW ACTION-ADVENTURE FAMILY DRAMA “TERRA NOVA”
SLATED FOR MIDSEASON
NEW ANIMATED COMEDY “BOB’S BURGERS”
AND NEW FAST-PACED DRAMA “RIDE-ALONG” TO PREMIERE MIDSEASON
NEW ENSEMBLE COMEDY “MIXED SIGNALS”
TO DEBUT IN SPRING
Special Episode of GLEE to Air Following SUPER BOWL XLV
Sunday, February 6, 2011
New York (Monday, May 17, 2010) – Peter Rice, Chairman, Entertainment, Fox Networks Group; and Kevin Reilly, President, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company, today unveiled the FOX primetime schedule for the 2010-2011 television season to the national advertising community during its annual Programming Presentation at The New Beacon Theatre.
“FOX has been the No. 1 network for six consecutive seasons not only because our programs are hits, but also because they’re the most engaging shows on television,” said Rice. “We’re very excited to add a full slate of creative, original new series next season that will help us continue to capture imaginations and draw people back to FOX week after week.”
“Last season, we did what FOX does best: we took some risks that paid off. Now we’re going to up the ante with an even more diverse and creative roster of programs for next year,” said Reilly. “With three daring new dramas, a fresh new animated series and three new live-action comedies, we’re positioned to rebuild the FOX comedy brand, introduce the next generation of unique characters and deliver an even more compelling experience for our viewers next season.”
GLEE, the No. 1 new series of this season among Adults 18-49 and key demos, returns for its sophomore season to anchor a new Tuesday comedy block. Premiering this fall is RAISING HOPE, the new family comedy from Emmy Award winner Greg Garcia (“My Name Is Earl”), starring Lucas Neff (“The Beast”), Martha Plimpton (“How To Make It In America”), Garret Dillahunt (“Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles”) and Academy and Emmy Award winner Cloris Leachman (“Malcolm In The Middle”). The sweet, offbeat comedy follows Jimmy Chance (Neff), a well-meaning screw-up trying his best to raise his infant daughter with the help of the eccentric family who did a less-than-stellar job of raising him.