By Dino-Ray Ramos Asian Americans don’t have as strong of a presence on TV as the African American or Latino communities. Asian Americans don’t have a Tyler Perry figure to crank out movies and TV shows to cater to the black community, nor do they have a George Lopez to appeal to the Latino community. […]
Think the vengeful residents of The Hamptons are going to play nice with new episodes? Think again…
“Scandal” is back tonight with new episodes but the true scandal may be star Scott Foley’s new ad campaign for Charisma Luxury Towels, which I personally had never heard of before but, voila, they’ve suddenly got my attention!
What would it be like if cameras were installed at a bar, and for one night, it recorded everything that went down? The new ABC comedy, “Mixology” tackles that very question as it follows the lives of ten strangers on a night out at a trendy Manhattan bar.
If you’ve been watching “Super Fun Night,” the ABC sitcom starring Rebel Wilson, you know that one of the storylines this entire first season has focused on Marika (Lauren Ash) slowly figuring out that, well, she plays for our team.
Thanks to “The Bachelor” and the return of “The Fosters” last night, my week is already off to a great start! It’s probably best that I pace myself because there’s a whole lot of TV to watch tonight, and we need to make sure your DVR gets some exercise as well.
Juan Pablo Galavis might have been gutted when Desiree Hartsock eliminated him on season nine of, “The Bachelorette,” but look at him now! As the new star of season eighteen of the hit ABC reality dating competition, “The Bachelor,” he has begun the search for a woman he could potentially end up engaged to by […]
One thing you can always be certain of when you’re watching ABC’s “Scandal” is that every answer only really creates several more questions. Thus was the case with Thursday’s midseason finale.
In the week since NBC aired a revival of “The Sound of Music,” the real Von Trapp family and the vacation lodge they run in Vermont are in high demand.
Lest NBC’s live version be your last memory of “The Sound of Music,” ABC will air the original 1965 film starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer.