Tatiana Maslany has earned rave reviews, from critics and audiences alike, for her Golden Globe-nominated performance in the sci-fi clone saga Orphan Black.
I have a friend that suffers from something that I used to have. I call it "Ex-itis." And even after five long years it won't let her go.
While Don considers his future, with one foot in New York and the other in California, and neither on especially solid ground, another New Yorker has made a fast adjustment to the California lifestyle.
Thank you, HBO, ye have done well. Game of Thrones more or less makes up for Veep and Carnivale. But the best show in the history of television? Impossible.
Is it June yet?
Is it just me or is there one huge elephant in the Stephen Colbert soon-to-be inhabited Late Show living room?
How does one politely decline eating one's own flesh? You don't if Hannibal the Cannibal is chef.
People will notice that successful models rarely look the same from shoot to shoot -- and it's not just their clothes that change; their whole demeanor changes too. Models are actors, we have to play a specific role for each job we take.
The "home cook" has long been a misunderstood American treasure, but on Sunday, April 13th the Food Network is about to heat things up as they search for America's Best Cook.
Charlie White should be held to the same standards anyone else would be. There's only one problem: One of those DWTS deductions was based on an "illegal" lift. And Charlie White didn't choreograph the dance, he just danced it. Beautifully.
American TV has never been better than it is now. But equally excellent shows have surfaced abroad, beyond the borders of Hollywood.
"Sure, I have made mistakes, but nothing major that I regret. I do observe and learn from other people's mistakes and hopefully whatever mistakes I make in the future, will be minor."
Cristina has to stow away for her trial patients to do a heart transplant on a girl, so Shane is tasked with keeping the kids safe from the outbreak. Bad news? The girls sister has heart disease, too, so now the family is just stuck at the hospital, with Yang and Owen trying to crack the case.
This was a disturbing but important episode about the power of child pornography to destroy lives, and the power of the law to help victims get restitution.
At first blush, competing on DWTS would seem a frivolous blip on the radar screen for me. But, au contraire, it was yet another chance for me to live out loud my philosophy of tackling every challenge with no room for regrets. I didn't "win" on DWTS, but I lived out loud. No regrets.
Call me traditional but I still need sitcoms to make me feel good about life. Sitcoms are why I fell in love with television in the first place and why I continue to wear out my Friends and Full House DVD's regularly.
No matter how adorable the new handler is, 'dignity for all' is starting to get very blurry. If it turns out that Granny's man was the one who's out to get them -- was that goodbye for good?