Fox has just announced that Fox ADHD will no longer be on aired on Fox on Saturday nights. It would seem that trying to have an Adult Swim on network TV didn’t really gel.
Though their various series and shorts won’t be on television, the brand will thankfully continue online.
Every time I tried to DVR High School USA, I would end up recording something else and watching it on On-Demand anyway.
April 17, 1955
Roberto Clemente singles off Dodger pitcher Johnny Podres in his first major league at-bat. It is the first of what will become 3,000 hits amassed during his 18-year major league career, all with Pittsburgh.
Welp, I can’t even play on Tumblr now because I don’t have cable, and can’t figure out how to stream something on FX that isn’t The Waterboy (with starts and stops) on the Internet.
So, no Fargo for me. Hopefully, tomorrow. My tummy hurts because I know I’m missing Bob on the TVs.
Mike Sacks has written a sequel to And Here’s the Kicker, and you can pre-order it now. It includes interviews with Amy Poehler, Patton Oswalt, Mel Brooks, Adam McKay, George Saunders, Mike Schur, Tom Scharpling, and more.
The first one was great! Can’t wait to read this one, and hate my life a little more!
Fargo was just announced as closing night event for ATX Television Festival. No Bob on attendee list, but I’m almost as excited to see Allison Tolman.