Perhaps the greatest TV talk show ever, though, wasn’t actually a “real” program at all, but HBO’s groundbreaking “The Larry Sanders Show,” a fictional chat fest which was even more authentic than the actual thing it mercilessly satirized.
Dennis Miller is returning to TV. The comedian has joined the ABC comedy pilot “Awesometown,” where he’ll play Nelson Burke, “a genius boss” with, what else, a sarcastic wit.
It’s a fun family affair when “The Godfather” star James Caan joins son Scott for an action-packed episode of “Hawaii Five-0.” The case begins with the death by bomb of a famous talk radio DJ Bobby Raines (Dennis Miller), who is blown up five miles out to sea.
“Celebrity Rehab” didn’t help Dennis Rodman kick his addiction to alcohol – except for the 19 days it took to film the series. The Chicago Bulls rebounding phenom told Jay Leno Friday on “The Tonight Show” that seeking a cure for an alcohol or drug dependency on a TV show is not realistic. “It worked […]