Off Their Rockers is described as a hidden camera-style show in which old folks prank young people. I was hopeful it would be something new, clever and exciting that shined a positive comedic light on aging. I was sadly disappointed.
At 90 years young, Betty White is living proof that strong, witty female icons can get even more fabulous with age.
Please join me in wishing Betty White a very happy birthday as she hits the incredible milestone of turning 90!
It's getting hot in here! The heat is rising and so are the laughs whenever I tune in to an episode of Hot In Cleveland.
In a recent ad for Hot in Cleveland, the three younger cast members wear Christmas sweaters with "Ho" on the front, while Betty White stands oblivious to the shenanigans of her castmates. Some may wonder why this presented an issue for me, here's why.
Although Levees was eager to discuss her views on aging, she was also candid on her thoughts on her marriage, the gay community, and, of course, Hot in Cleveland.
What I can't decide is whether these ads are mocking older women's sexuality or celebrating it.
Break out the cheesecake. In a fairy tale that only San Francisco could give birth to, four mischievous drag queens are revitalizing television's most celebrated characters, The Golden Girls.
Turning 40, it seems, doesn't have the cachet of near 90. Suddenly, not only is Betty White cool, but actually being old is cool.
I want to be excited about a new blue-collar sitcom starring Roseanne. But as it stands, I'm not optimistic. It's not that I don't have faith in Roseanne: on the contrary, I place most if not all of my faith in her. But I've been let down before.
This week kicked off with a much better-than-average Tony Awards and a very entertaining Republican presidential debate (despite the lack of Sarah Palin).
There is no time like the present to look back on the best series and performances of the last year and offer serious advice on who belongs where.
Unless it's chapter five of a franchise like Transformers, or lame remakes of classics like Arthur, nobody on the business side in Hollywood has a clue of what to do.
"Franco and Hathaway will bring a new, fresh, young, bold, sexy, glamorous, vibrant, hip, edgy, totally in-your-face feeling to the anchor desk," said CBS Embarrassingly Waning News Division spokesperson Melanie Andells.
Aside from boldly featuring women in their seventies and up in their advertisements, which is to be lauded, standout commercials from the past two Super Bowls share something else in common: neither has anything to do with fashion or beauty.
The people at the Hallmark Hall of Fame Company have decided to drain all of our tear ducts for us. What better way than to have a movie featuring Betty White as a war widow waiting and hoping that some day her Navy pilot husband might return?