Demi Moore is Poised to Return to TV

Norman Weiss
TV Tattle

Demi Moore is poised to return to TV

Moore, whose last regular TV role was on General Hospital in the ‘80s, is set to play a mom whose 5-year-old daughter is kidnapped in the drama 10 Days in The Valley, from the co-creator of Rookie Blue. The project is currently being shopped to networks.


If The X-Files returns, Chris Carter should do less work

Carter took on too many responsibilities on Fox’s revival, and it showed. Why not bring in former executive producers Vince Gilligan or Frank Spotnitz on board (if they’re not busy)? Carter, as Kimberly Potts points out, needs "to step back and regain perspective on the universe he’s created." PLUS: The X-Files revival failed the show’s mysterious beauty, Gillian Anderson discusses the finale, and The X-Files shows the pitfalls of TV revivals.


NBC boss loved Fox's Grease: Live so much he's mulling a live audience for Hairspray: Live

NBC Entertainment chief Robert Greenblatt says a live audience couldn’t be incorporated in NBC’s previous musicals. “If the audience isn't visibly worked into the scenes,” he says, "then they're sitting in a big room somewhere and you just hear disembodied laughing and applause, which is when viewers at home would think we just added a fake laugh track. If we can work an audience easily into a show, as I think we can in a lot of places in Hairspray, we will.”


Why do TV romcoms keep portraying millennials as dysfunctional?

Love, Master of None, You’re the Worst and Man Seeking Woman are among the shows that keep suggesting that young people simply can’t get it together.


What the Gilmore Girls characters might have been up to for the past 9 years

Here are some predictions for the Netflix revival series.


The Flash boss talks Zoom

Exec producer Andrew Kreisberg delved into the Zoom storyline from Tuesday's episode..


Courtney B. Vance “just fell apart” when he began shooting The People v. O.J. Simpson with 5 cameras in his face

"One of the challenges we all had was working with four or five cameras at the same time,” he says. "Watching the piece you notice how the cameras are continually moving in and out. That is very distracting as an actor. There are five cameras around your face in a close-up. They are everywhere, getting your coverage.” PLUS: O.J. Simpson reportedly thinks Cuba Gooding Jr. has too small a head and is too short to play him.


Ash’s high school sweetheart is coming to Ash Vs. Evil Dead

The Glades alum Michelle Hurd will be a series regular in Season 2.


Agent Carter is TV’s best comic book show, so why is nobody watching?

"In its focus on character and theme, in its confidence, and in its execution,” says Alan Sepinwall, "it's just an incredibly entertaining television show, genre, source material, or parent company be damned."


MTV's Catfish, analyzed

A statistical analysis reveals everything the MTV series has taught about catfishing, catfishes and their targets over 57 episodes.


Watch SNL’s Beck Bennett and Conan O’Brien in the short film How To Lose Weight In 4 Easy Steps

Conan’s Clueless Gamer sidekick Aaron Bleyaert came up with the short film based on his viral essay.


King of the Hill was our last bipartisan comedy

It’s been six years since the Fox animated series went off the air, but it was the last comedy to unite both liberals and conservatives.