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The Eddie Izzard Special on January 15 was recorded at a sold-out MSG during his latest tour, Stripped. The event premiers on EPIX, the premium entertainment channel from Paramount, MGM and Lionsgate found on cable and online at Epixhd.com.

Eddie’s last EPIX special (“Believe: The Eddie Izzard Story”) was such a smash that he has returned for a second go-round. On Saturday (1/15/10) at 8 pm et, catch him in “EDDIE IZZARD: Live from Madison Square Garden”. He’ll be riffing on cake mix iTunes and “everything that’s ever happened…with a few gaps.”

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Posted on January 13th, 2011 by admin | Comments Off on Eddie Izzard EPIX Special on 1/15/11
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The Walking Dead TV SeriesSo, you don’t get AMC on your television?  Sadly, the home of such shows as Mad Men and Rubicon doesn’t air their episodes online… that is until now (and just this once). AMC’s has posted the pilot episode for its newest show The Walking Dead (based on the best ongoing comic currently on the market) online!

The series follows a Sheriff’s deputy, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) who is injured in the line of duty and is put into a coma. When he wakes up, he finds that the world has been overrun by zombies and his family is missing. That is all that I’m going to say, the series is really good. If you have AMC and just missed that episode, than you should watch it online.  If you don’t get AMC I feel your pain, but watch the pilot online and then find a friend that gets AMC. You have to know someone that gets it. Anyhow, you can watch the pilot episode here. The episode will be available online until 9pm pst on November 23rd, 2010. Also, you can head over here to check out the first volume of the graphic novel adapted into a motion comic. I have no idea how they do this, but it is truly outstanding.

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A week before his new late night talk show begins on TBS, Conan O’Brien has aired a special Show Zero online! Check out the 4 minute “fastest talk show ever” below…

Posted on November 3rd, 2010 by ThePit | Comments Off on Conan O’Brien’s “Show Zero”
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Our friends over at 141tv have been keeping busy and keeping an eye on new fall shows as they are added online. Here are a few more that you can watch full episodes for…

Raising Hope

Raising Hope
A new Fox comedy from Greg Garcia, one of the co-creators of the very funny My Name is Earl, and stars Lucas Neff, Garret Dillahunt, Martha Plimpton, Shannon Woodward, and Cloris Leachman.  In the series, Neff is Jimmy Chance, a young man whose life is going nowhere until a chance romantic encounter with a girl he doesn’t know is a serial killer.  Nine months later he has a kid and she is gone, and it is up to Jimmy and his unique family to raise this baby, Hope. Like My Name is Earl this series features a very dysfunctional family, people who are very lovable characters.  Check out the new episodes here.

No Ordinary Family
I gotta say, I’ve been really enjoying the family superhero dramedy No Ordinary Family.  The series is from Greg Berlanti and Jon Harmon Feldman and airs on ABC. It stars two actors that aren’t strangers to the superhero world, Punisher War Zone‘s Julie Benz and Thing from the Fantastic Four series, Michael Chiklis. Rounding out the family is Jimmy Bennett and Kay Panabaker, with supporting actors that include Autumn Reeser, Romany Malco, and Stephen Collins. The show has a good balance of action and family drama and it is not taking itself too seriously, which helps. So far it has been fun and entertaining. Check out the first five episodes here.

Detroit 1-8-7
This new ABC crime drama is from Jason Richman and stars The Sopranos‘ Michael Imperioli, along with James McDaniel, Aisha Hinds, D.J. Cotrona, and Erin Cummings. The series takes a gritty approach to crime and uses mostly handheld camera. Content wise it reminds my of NYPD Blue.  Regardless of low ratings, it already has been extended to a full season order of episodes and I’m interested to see where they take this series. If you are a big fan of crime shows, you should give Detroit 1-8-7 a chance, you might like it. Check out the last five episodes from the show’s 141tv profile.

Have you been watching Raising Hope, No Ordinary Family, or Detroit 1-8-7? What are your thoughts?

Posted on November 1st, 2010 by ThePit | Comments Off on What other TV shows are online?
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We hope that everyone has a happy, safe, and scary Halloween! Ill be doing my usual Halloween Horror Movie Marathon, and what horror marathon could be complete without the original Night of the Living Dead? Enjoy…

We talk a lot about “Hollywood” television series and movies with well known actors and big budgets, but thanks to the internet normal people get the chance to get their work out there and have millions of possibly viewers.

Today we’re talking a look at That Show with Michael Rakosi, a webisode series talk show that puts real men into a room with a camera to talk about anything that comes up (sans politics and sports, but hey we have more than enough shows that feature political and sports talk).

One of the first things you’ll notice with That Show is that it is very simplistic. No fancy graphics or special effects. The picture is clear and the sound is good, which makes it very watchable. It just depends on if you connect with the guys featured on the show and if you like the topics that they are going over.

In the first episode, “Youse Guys”, they talk about class and what it takes to be a man. In the other eight episodes they chat about such topics as their fears, what it is like killing people in war, spiritual beliefs and sexuality, and stressful jobs among other topics.  Most of the episodes have more than 20 thousand views and they vary in length from seven to fifteen minutes. That is pretty impressive for any webseries, let alone one with a bunch of guys chatting about real life in a room.

Check out more episodes of That Show with Michael Rakosi here.

Posted on October 26th, 2010 by ThePit | Leave a Comment
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The 12 episode forth season of The Guild has come to a close.

In the season finale, “Guild Hall”, all of the Guild’s problems come to a head in the game! The episode was written by star/creator Felicia Day and costars Jeff Lewis as Vork, Sandeep Parikh as Zaboo, Robin Thorsen as Clara, Amy Okuda as Tinkerballa, Vincent Caso as Bladezz, and Day as Codex, and guest starred The Big Bang Theory‘s Simon Helberg.

You can check out the full forth season here. And The Guild‘s awesome music video, “Do You Want to Date My Avatar”, can still be watched here.

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