In the late 1980s, Fred Savage burst onto U.S. television screens as plucky grade school kid Kevin Arnold in “The Wonder Years” becoming a bona fide star and Emmy award nominee.
Colin Hanks will go from creepy “Dexter” serial killer to playing himself on an upcoming episode of ABC’s “Happy Endings”.
“Modern Family” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm” were the only primetime shows to receive multiple nominations, while actors Demi Moore, Jennifer Aniston and Fred Savage were saluted for their directorial work in the Dirctors Guild of America’s television and commercial nominations, which were announced on Tuesday.
ABC and NBC comedies brought out the big guns Wednesday night with a parade of top-tier guest stars. On “Up All Night,” we were introduced to Reagan’s (Christina Applegate) annoying psychoanalyst parents, played by Blythe Danner and Richard Schiff. “Modern Family” saw the return of Chazz Palminteri as Jay’s friend Shorty, and his cleavage-heavy girlfriend […]
Fifteen years ago, the Internet was the newfangled Information Super Highway, and e-mail was the hot new app. The economy was booming. Teen stars were largely relegated to wholesome family sit-coms, which back then actually aired on broadcast network television. They were far from the megacelebrities that Miley Cryus and Selena Gomez are today. Barely […]
Miley Cyrus seems desperate to make the transition from wholesome Disney princess to teen pop star. She has tried every trick in the book: sexy music video, scandalous photos purporting to show her not wearing any underwear, even kissing a girl during a performance. Unfortunately, the opening week sales of her new, more adult album […]
Kevin Arnold would die if he saw Winnie Cooper now! Danica McKellar, the brunette actress best known for playing Fred Savage’s love interest on the ’80s hit show ‘The Wonder Years,’ is featured in Maxim’s June Hot 100 magazine. Posing in just her undergarments, there’s no doubt Winnie Cooper’s old fans will suddenly remember why […]
Let’s get one thing straight: Lizzy Caplan is not a crazy cat lady. Last year, The New York Post’s Popwrap ran an interview with Caplan under the headline: “Lizzy Caplan: ‘Yes, I Named My Cat Lisa Turtle,’” a banner that made Caplan, and perhaps her cat (named for Lark Voorhies’ character on ‘Saved By The […]