I didn't grow up in Los Angeles, and maybe I'm an unlikely candidate for the town itself, but LA has really grown on me. Not just grown. It's my community.
Is it too early to call the new fall TV season a wash-out? Having watched the pilots for most of the network shows, I've come away with that sick fee...
Last week -- and especially this past weekend -- saw numerous gifting suites around town tied to the Emmy Awards which aired Sunday night.
I want to take this opportunity to clarify why I did not attend last night's Emmy broadcast.
Hey, Emmy awards producers! Jane Lynch was terrific, but you won't ever get a younger audience until you invite more stars from 'Gossip Girl,' 'The Vampire Diaries' and '90210.'
Few will dispute that voting members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences largely got it right this year.
Together, Faith and Jill Soloway are sisters, best friends and two parts of the writing team that brought the world The Real Live Brady Bunch. Nearly 20 years later the Soloways have started collaborating again.
From Hair to Toe, look for soft rich hair color, caramelized creamy blondes, chocolate brunettes and berry reds. And the very important newest hair trend: Curls!
Directors Alex Gibney and Allison Ellwood have resurrected, cinematically, the pivotal moment when our country went from Mad Men to HAIR.
For the first time in a long time the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences made smart choices all around for the Emmy nominations. With one exception.
Giancarlo Esposito's performance in Breaking Bad's fourth season premiere was so electrifying that, as Woody Allen once said, "All the blood went out of my face and went to my brother."
Here's a rundown of the series and actors that I believe are the most deserving in the drama series categories. (I'll tackle the comedy series categories in a few days.)
Though Armenian singer singer Emmy never tells us what her lover's kiss is actually like, the video implies it's as powerful as a punch delivered by a boxer wearing silver stilettos and black spandex.
One of the finest drama series in the history of television comes to an end this week -- and, sadly, most people won't even be aware of it. Then again, that's nothing new for Friday Night Lights.
As I was leaving the Hallmark Hall of Fame reception at 20th Century Fox' commissary, a studio guard wished me a good night to which I replied, "I can die now, I've met Betty White."
I was also delighted when Katey Sagal won for Sons of Anarchy. Kudos also for Chris Colfer's win for Fox' Glee. But then we had to listen to Gervais again.