The papers are reporting an “A&E crisis” in Britain’s hospital wings. But what do doctors say?
The A&E Psycho prequel re-opens for business on March 3 — and BuzzFeed has an exclusive early look at the show’s sophomore season.
From a statement: “A&E has decided to resume filming Duck Dynasty later this spring with the entire Robertson family.”
Sardar Biglari, who owns a 20% stake, said the company’s “handling of the Duck Dynasty controversy is another example of poor judgment.”
Yes, returning shows like Breaking Bad, Mad Men, The Good Wife, Borgen, Parenthood, and others were aces this year. But this is all about the newcomers.
The Daily Show host weighed in Thursday night on Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson, who was suspended by A&E for his controversial comments on homosexuality in a GQ Magazine interview.
Uncle Si may be the smartest man in the Robertson clan. That’s a fact, Jack!
How a cable show navigated the opposing forces of recovery and good TV. From the mouths of producers, interventionists, directors, and a recovered huffer.
Yeah, I ship Norma and Norman on Bates Motel. Who are you to judge?
It’s very upsetting. And propels the show’s plot forward. Executive producer Kerry Ehrin discusses how it came about. Many spoilers within.
We’ve got three exclusive teasers from Bates Motel, the reimagining of Norman Bates’ Psycho story coming to A&E in March. Executive producer Carlton Cuse talks about the show.
A parody of A&E’s “Intervention” Jared’s addiction? … Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe.”
Does it get more absurd than this? Watch this segment of Obsessed (A&E’s show) and see a man whose life is controlled by his fear of El Caminos!
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The A&E reality show about interventions is fascinating, disgusting.
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