In the last four weeks we've had an avalanche of TV releases, including some of the best shows on television.
Sofia Vergara is an Emmy nominated actor and one of the leads in ABC's seven-time Emmy award-winning series "Modern Family." She is the hottest Latina actor of the moment. What do you mean no one can understand what she's saying?
There's something dreadfully un-funny about talking comedy with seriously funny people, but Dan O'Shannon is a different breed of comedian.
On the list of people who make their victory possible are always agents, managers, assistants, parents, spouses and often God. But almost never the women who care for their homes and families all day.
Sophia Vergara hollers something encouraging at Julie Bowen from her seat. I love how she steals the show even when she's seated in the audience without a microphone.
Gay couples on TV allow gay men to see themselves reflected in the larger culture, and normalize them to others. Where are the role models for African American gay male couples on TV?
Modern Family has loads of elitist appeal. Its super-hip characters toss off snark with gusto while sashaying through stylish homes. TV viewership remains strong and TV critics have remained faithful. Most award pundits feel that Emmy voters will probably remain loyal too.
To help our families now and in the future, we must stop treating our atmosphere like a sewer. We can all take individual action and become a nation of citizen entrepreneurs taking responsibility for a corner of our world.
Disheartening news for anyone who does not earn $12,000 per week: TV Guide's "Television's Highest Paid Stars" report includes some shocking figures that may make you want to travel back in time and choose "television judge" or "monkey actor" as your undergraduate major.
For 42 years, it has not only been my thrill to witness the arrival of new freshmen, but my privilege and honor to have been afforded to opportunity to talk with parents bringing their children to Emory.
Cameron from the TV show Modern Family once said that "There are dreamers and there are realists in this world." He was right. Leadership comes in many forms.
The scripted television lineup is rife with winks and nods to the political drama playing out on the news. Aside from sheer entertainment value, these shows say something profound about the political landscape: Women politicians are not an anomaly.
Gone are the days when no one could take a joke about what might happen in a bed shared by two men or two women. These days, we know gay sex is just as funny, and sometimes tragic, as the other kind.
I'm not a (terribly) vindictive person, but some opportunities are too good to resist. Which is why I volunteered my ex-husband for the dunk tank at the school fair.
We've come up with a list of the worst possible spin-offs of currently airing TV shows. And, yes, they're all considerably more watchable than The Choice. In most of these shows, at least the terrible people die at the end.