The Emmy's was so good it was bad. Both guys and gals were in rare form, wearing event, age, and body appropriate ensembles that were often flat out dazzling.
On Monday night I'll be hosting a screening of the film Lord Save Us From Your Followers in L.A. and moderating a panel discussion afterwards. Written...
"I think people, in general, grow up thinking there's this pocket of nerds and this pocket of really cool people," Helberg said. "But when everyone goes home, they're all kind of nerdy."
Yoo Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg underscores a unique moment in our history when the Jewish experience crossed over into households composed of African Americans and Midwesterners, as they all listened to The Rise of the Goldbergs.
The genre's biggest night of the year, once a sparkling showcase for entertainment television, disappoints with a hurried, poorly directed show, telecast on one of the lowest rated weekends of the year.
What can I say? I wasn't feeling it tonight. "I Will Rise Up" has a few Sucker Punches, but it mostly functions as a placeholder.
It's time to get it together and honor a man who week in and week out presides over one the best places on television to find edgy, unapologetic, and laugh-til-it-hurts political and social commentary, rooted in deep conviction. I would be saying exactly the same thing if Bill and I hadn't been friends for over 15 years. But I'm sure glad that we have.
Why the big fade? It's actually not much of a mystery. Once you see the movie, the only mystery is why it wasn't predicted in the first place.
Service comes in many forms. In my article last week I discussed how positive images in television are serving LGBT youth. As Pride month comes to c...
Here are my suggestions for the top programs and performers in the drama and comedy series categories.
This Sunday June 7, Harris' career reaches new heights when he hosts the 63rd Annual Tony Awards on CBS.
The Amazing Race provides fewer decision-making opportunities and clocks less mileage in each episode, thus diminishing the potential for bad luck affecting the teams. What's the reason?
Sinise: "It's a look at military families and military life, the Iraq war and the integrity of the people that I know that are serving that; I responded to positively and wanted to support that."
I despise the political pundits who think that they alone are entitled to comment on things politic. They claim Jon Stewart invaded their turf by interviewing Jim Cramer.
Just as accountants get swamped at tax time, I've noticed a severe spike in my creative patients' career anxieties during this annual frenzy of award nominations.
Little wonder that Tina Fey says she would've been frightened to work on the original SNL. It wasn't for the faint-hearted.