Ever since Fox canceled Arrested Development in 2006, many die-hard fans have prayed for the show to be resurrected. Fans, no doubt, rejoiced in 2011 when Netflix announced a deal with 20th Century Fox to revive the quirky sitcom.
Yep, Sunday is Mother's Day. But no one will show off what a loving, beautiful mom you have quite like the 10 worst TV moms of all-time.
This week in 1993, Arrested Development's "Mr. Wendal," an ode to a homeless man, occupied a top 10 spot on the Billboard Hot 100.
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Neither terrible nor revelatory, Ramaa Mosley's The Brass Teapot is the kind of movie you might stumble across on cable and stick with, if only because, well, you've got nothing better to do.
Along with the more expected fresh things that crop up come spring, like flowers and fashion, we're anticipating a number of happy returns on the cultural landscape. From the small screen to the printed page, here is our roundup.
I do worry about the various ways this can go horribly wrong. I do worry that studios will eventually start seeing this as a business model when dealing with geek properties. "Pay us $5 million and we won't cancel Revolution!"
Gone are the days when a sick day meant staying home to watch soap operas and daytime talk shows. Here are 10 of our favorite series to binge on next time we have a few hours -- or a few days -- to veg in bed.
The two words that I live by are tenacity and gratitude. Tenacity gets you where you want to go. Because if you have a dream, if you know that you are supposed to -- or can -- accomplish something, there is more than one route to get there. And it's your tenacity that's going to help you find the proper avenue.
John Ennis is well-known to some as one of the stars of the legendary HBO comedy series "Mr. Show" and has been a ubiquitous presence on TV and in movies ever since.
Critics loved Arrested Development and ordinary people too. This reminds me of something that is also happening in New York. That's when the New York Landmarks Conservancy will turn famous New Yorkers into "Living Landmarks."
When the Internet told me that Amy Poehler and Will Arnett are splitting after nine years of marriage, I audibly gasped.
"Arrested Development" takes great delight in going to bizarre and disturbing places: What other broadcast network comedy would imply that a mother had used her son's detached prosthetic hand during a sex act?
I wonder whether Dallas' successful return will prompt other shows that have long been off the air to reemerge with new stories to tell and new beautiful young casts. Has anyone tried to bring back Baywatch lately? Because I bet the Hoff would be up for it.
This weekend is going to be particularly amazing given its the start of a week-long period of acceptable slacking thanks to the midweek 4th of July holiday.