ABC sitcom star Sofia Vergara is becoming the princess of product endorsements -- landing yet another major deal in a matter of months.
Empathy is a popular topic these days...
When it comes to wrestling, Paul "Triple H" Levesque has just about accomplished it all. I met up with him to discuss acting, family, and life inside the WWE ring.
I'm always eager to hop on a Hollywood trend. So with the success of Modern Family, The Kids Are All Right winning at the Golden Globes and celebrity gays suddenly having children, I decided I should try becoming a dad myself.
Off the top of my head, I can't tell you which film won big at last year's Golden Globes. What I do remember quite vividly, however, is host Ricky Gervais drinking beer, promoting his DVDs, and taking pot shots at Mel Gibson seconds before the fallen star walked on stage.
The difficulty of compiling a Top 10 Best TV Shows of the Year list points to the fact that people who complain there is nothing worth watching on television don't know what they are talking about.
Ever the optimist, I decided that my last post of the year should be a tribute to the things, from Mahler to Freedom, that made the past year endurable, if not, at times, outright beautiful.
Well, another year has come and gone. But don't be down about it! Tis the season for merriment! Just ask my Aunt Carol. She LOVES Christmas. She's als...
T his list is biased. Completely biased. It's all my favorite TV shows of 2010
It's been a tough year for TV comedy. We lost a Golden Girl, a Designing Woman, and Gary Coleman. Party Down was canceled because the cast was just to...
Below are my picks for the Top 5 Funniest shows of the year. The show that stands out this year for being the most consistently original and intelligent is Dan Harmon's meta-sitcom about the gang from Greendale.
By early afternoon the house will be full. Full of people, full of noise, full of love. My stepsister is coming by just to say hi because they're going to her husband's sister's house for their meal.
I'm a religious person who sometimes needs to be reminded of the beauty of non-religious belief and of the need for sensitivity and open communication in my friendships with people who believe differently. I'm very glad that TV was there to remind me this week.
Last fall, I was excited for a line-up of new shows to add to my old favorites, and this season I only have one that made the cut. So what happened?
TV was back in a big way this week, and the stand-by comedies did not disappoint. It's hard to say the same for the new shows (did anyone like Outsourced?).