Happy 2014! I know it’s been a while, and like the show’s we all love, I took a winter hiatus from my column. It’s all good because now there’s plenty to talk about, especially in TV news.
“Saturday Night Live” has bolstered the ranks of its writing staff with two African-American women as part of a recent and much-scrutinized diversity effort, a spokeswoman for the program confirmed.
“Parks and Recreation” premiered on NBC’s Thursday night schedule April 9, 2009, from the producers (Greg Daniels and Michael Schur) who co-created the U.S. version of “The Office,” in the same mockumentary style, with “Saturday Night Live” alum Amy Poehler playing Leslie Knope, the well-meaning midlevel bureaucrat in the parks department of the fictional town […]
Well, it looks like some folks’ prayers have been answered–“Saturday Night Live” has added a black female to its cast. An “SNL” rep confirmed with XFINITY that Sasheer Zamata will be the newest addition to the NBC sketch comedy show.
This Sunday night’s 71st Golden Globes Awards on NBC at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT marks the official start of Hollywood’s pat-itself-on-the-back season. Streampix is your place to do your homework, with the following 10 movies and TV series that spotlight the past work of some of this year’s Globe nominees.
We’ve examined our 10 favorite outsized personalities represented by Streampix’s movie collection. Now it’s time to do the same on the TV side.
Hello, darlings! I know I’ve been MIA for the past week. I had a death in the family and was assisting with the funeral arrangements and comforting family members and friends. My spreading of unconditional love didn’t deter me from observing the latest happenings or our favorite TV shows
After facing scrutiny over a lack of diversity within its cast, “Saturday Night Live” is set to add an African-American female member to their cast by January, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The long-time NBC series held a special audition showcase for African-American women in LA and NY in a search for new talent. According […]
John Goodman is probably best known for his role as husband Dan Conner on TV’s “Roseanne” which he played for nine years, from 1988-’97, but to film buffs, he is recognized as a go-to guy for the Coen brothers.
One of the highlights of Saturday’s uneven episode of “Saturday Night Liv” was the return of the beloved “Bill Brasky” sketch. However, not everyone was so happy to see it.