Daily Archives: May 14, 2010
This news hitting the wires today NBC has announced it will cancel “Law & Order” after 20 years of episodes. The long-running drama will finally come to end — its termination possibly having to do with “sagging ratings and creative fatigue,” writes the DailyNews.
Comcast recently added 50 HD channels to its lineup in North, West and Northwest Philadelphia areas. Now, the cable TV provider has added the same number of hi-def channels to market areas in Philadelphia and New Castle County, Delaware. The new channels include MSNBC HD, BET HD, Comedy Central HD, Cartoon HD, and Lifetime HD among others.
HDNet is running a mini marathon of Batman films starting today at 5:00 PM. If you’re a big fan of Michael Keaton’s portrayal of Batman you can catch up with how The Dark Knight looked 90’s style (pre Batman and Robin) in Batman (1989), Batman Returns (1992) and Batman Forever (1995). Of course the movies are presented in high-definition and widescreen format (everything on HDNet is) making this is a great way to relive the movies in their native format.
FiOS TV subscribers will be able to get Time Warner’s Turner networks programming on their PCs in June, and in the near future on their mobile devices. Shows such as “The Closer,” “Southland,” “Leverage,” Lopez Tonight” will be available 24 hours after they premiere on broadcast television — a time-delay common for prime-time content offered on demand.