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The Real L Word may reflect today's anything-goes philosophy, but as a meaningful dialogue about gay issues, tolerance, and human rights, it falls way short.
Jay Larkin was a legend in boxing, a gentleman and a Brooklyn native with a killer instinct and business savvy that, as he put it, made Showtime a strong Avis to HBO's Hertz.
What makes the show appealing is the snappy and in some cases ironic dialogue. It also helps that these lines are delivered by a superbly talented cast.
Having spent the majority of my adult life in New York City and Los Angeles, I have a different view of celebrities than a lot of other people.
Henry really got a bad rap. With all the crazy women he had to deal with, plus the stress of running a kingdom, I think he handled himself pretty well.
Every family has a story. In Tom Murray's documentary, Dad's in Heaven With Nixon, narrative threads are woven together to create impressions and nuances. Patterns are revealed, facts emerge, truths are laid bare.
In this interview, The L Word creator Ilene Chaiken talks about her journey from discounting fans' online chatter to understanding how integral that online activity was to the show's success.
It's slim pickings when it comes to lesbians on reality TV. But come June, Ilene Chaiken, executive producer of The L Word, is making her scripted show a reality.
Spencer Proffer is considered a leader in entertainment, pioneering media integrations before it was fashionable to do so.
This show is realer than reality TV because it concerns things that can - and do - happen to real people, and the actors inhabit these roles as authentically as possible.
Provenza is a standup veteran and actor; now he's brought the filth that comedians spew to America's bookshelves with !Satiristas!. Will his witty propaganda ever be stopped?
In this age of lame-ass comedy colleges, it reinforced faith to see comedian Doug Stanhope take the path of most resistance on stage at the Throckmorton Theater in Mill Valley.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — A former South Carolina lawmaker is suing cable TV channels HBO and Showtime, claiming they promoted his low-budget comedy abou...
Careful what you tweet -- someone with a badge may be listening. Just ask the Briton who threatened to blow up Robin Hood airport on Twitter because he was upset about flight delays.
The Golden Globe awards are often the best of the awards shows, because they're more freewheeling and it appears no one really takes them seriously.
Jeff Rivera is an entertainment reporter who blogs about young Hollywood celebrities . He is also the author of the novel, Forever My Lady(Grand ...
The film explores three separate histories. As Jones wrote me via e-mail, "We wanted to look at the subject of HIV/AIDS in the light of people living with it, rather than dying from it."
Surveying some of Broadway's best offerings over the last couple years, one common storyline jumps out. King Henry VIII and all of the Tudors-related atrocities have seen a prominent revival.
The most-improved broadcast series of the new season is Grey's Anatomy, and the most improved on basic cable is FX's gritty, riveting Sons of Anarchy.
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Once a year a network turns down a pilot that seems like a huge mistake to me. This year that show was Ronna and Bev, on Showtime. It's a weird show by two very Jewish women.
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