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24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY, ENLISTED, and GANG RELATED: Check Out Some Behind-the-Scenes Pictures!

Want a sneak peek of what goes down behind-the-scenes of your favorite Fox shows? Check out some photos from the production of upcoming episodes of 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY, ENLISTED, and GANG RELATED Which picture is your favorite? Follow @GiveMeMyRemote and @marisaroffman on Twitter for the latest TV news. Connect with other TV fans on []

Enlisted Executive Producer Mike Royce on Surviving the Sting of Cancellation

  May can be the harshest month for TV fans, as the networks make their annual series orders and renewals for fall. One show that didn't make the cut: Fox's Enlisted . Fox chief operating officer Joe Earley admits to TV Guide Magazine that the network didn't do Enlisted any favors. The show was originally announced for fall 2013, but later shifted to January, launching in a tough Friday night timeslot. "With Enlisted , we feel really badly, it never got a fair chance, because of scheduling moves that happened around it," Earley says. He confirms that...

Enlisted (FOX) Episode 10 “Prank Wars”

Enlisted  episode 10 “Prank Wars” airs Sunday, June 1st, 2014 (7pm ET/PT) on Fox. Episode Synopsis:  Enlisted (Fox) Episode 10 “Prank Wars”- When a prank war between Pete and Jill’s platoons reveals Pete’s hidden weakness, Derrick and Randy must help their brother maintain the respect of the platoon. Meanwhile, desk-bound Cody gets a chance to put his old soldier skills to work in the all-new “Prank Wars” episode of ENLISTED airing Sunday, June 1 (7:00-7:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Read More...

Fox’s ‘Enlisted’ To Finish Out Season This June

Fox will air the remaining episodes of the military comedy  Enlisted  beginning on Sunday, June 1 at 7/6c the network has announced. As confirmed by  TV Line , ‘Enlisted’ was cancelled back in late March by the network after airing only 9 episodes of its freshman season due to poor ratings. With the network’s other shows now off on hiatus, Fox plans to give the Geoff Stults, Chris Lowell show a proper send off. When ‘Enlisted’ returns, Pete and Jill’s platoons will be immersed in a prank war that is sure to get the gang in trouble. Pete will look to his brothers for help. Read More...

FOX Cancellation Spree! Rake, Enlisted, Surviving Jack, and Dads All Get the Axe

It's that time of year! FOX has dropped the axe on a handful of its freshman series, and on the other hand, has given the green light to some new potential hits. Get the scoop! FOX has pulled the plug on four series. The network has decided not to renew its freshman drama Rake, and has also canceled three comedies: Dads, Enlisted and Surviving Jack. FOX previously cancelled the sci-fi/crime drama, Almost Human. Despite all the cancellations, the network has ordered two new dramas earlier this week, the Batman prequel 'Gotham,' hip-hop drama 'Empire,' and a remake of Spanish drama Red Band Society starring Octavia Spencer. Are you sad to see your favorite TV show go? Or are you happy FOX is making room for new series? Sound off in the comments and stick with us at Celebified for more TV scoop.

Fox Cancels ENLISTED

Fox has opted to cancel ENLISTED, series creator Kevin Biegel revealed on Twitter. (Update: Fox has confirmed the show will not return.) Here are Biegel’s tweets on the matter… Well guys, we fought as hard as we could – all of us – but #Enlisted isn’t going forward at Fox. Thank you from all of […]

‘Enlisted,’ ‘Surviving Jack,’ ‘Rake’ and ‘Dads’ Cancelled by Fox

Fox started cleaning house in preparation for their upfronts presentation on Monday, May 12th when they will announce the schedule for the 2014-2015 season. TV Line  revealed the network handed out pink slips to comedies  Enlisted ,  Surviving Jack ,  Rake  and Dads . This comes in addition to last week’s cancellation of the sci-fi drama  Almost Human , and Raising Hope  ending its run earlier this season. Read More...

TV ratings: NCAA basketball dominates scripted television for Friday night

Fast National ratings for Friday, March 28, 2014With basketball narrowing down its winners on Friday night, the NCAA tournament handily won in ratings for CBS during all three hours of primetime. The sports coverage ended up with the top spot in both total viewers and in the adults 18-49 demo.Unfortunately for scripted television everywhere, the other winners of the night were news programs "Dateline: NBC" and "20/20," as well as a repeat of "Shark Tank" on ABC. "Last Man Standing" had the highest rating of any scripted programming, bringing in 6.2 million viewers at 8 p.m. on ABC. Only two other scripted programs broke the 2-million-viewer barrier for the night: "The Neighbors" (ABC, 4.0 million) and "Hannibal" (NBC, 3.6 million).Basketball naturally gave CBS the win for the night, with an average of 9.86 million viewers and a 5.7/10 share in households. NBC took second place with 6.6 million and a 4.5/8. ABC (5.7 million,...

'Enlisted' sneak peek: Introducing the Mondo Spider

When "Hart of Dixie's" Ross Philips drops by "Enlisted" for a guest spot as Second Lieutenant Tyson Schneeberger in "Paint Cart 5000 vs The Mondo Spider," he brings with him a crazy cool contraption, the titular mondo spider. In Zap2it's exclusive featurette, check out the story behind the awesome piece of machinery. Phillips says that Schneeberger brings with him the technology to bring the group into the 21st century, "much to the chagrin of Pete." Everybody in the team wants to be the person to use the mondo spider. "It's like a little kid's dream," Phillips says. There's a catch, though -- it's not the mondo spider they're testing. "Enlisted" airs Friday nights at 9 p.m. ET/PT on FOX....

'Enlisted': Keith David guides Chris Lowell and Parker Young to manhood

Every show about brothers needs a dad, and if the real thing isn't available, a kindly sergeant major will do in a pinch.On the FOX Friday comedy "Enlisted," Keith David plays Sgt. Maj. Donald Cody, who served with the late father of soldier brothers Pete, Derrick and Randy Hill (Geoff Stults, Chris Lowell, Parker Young). Cody promised the brothers' father that he would look after them, so he brought them all to his command, Fort McGee in Florida, to fulfill that pledge."I love stories about sons and fathers," says David to Zap2it, taking a break from rehearsing a play in which he stars as famed singer and actor Paul Robeson. "On one level, we don't have enough mentoring from dads, generally speaking."Although this is by no means a documentary or some kind of in-depth character study about men and their relationships with their fathers, we do touch on it in ways that are sometimes comical...