With the new fall TV season kicking off later this month, there’s a little of everything out there. But what about the LGBT content? While we don’t have a full-on gay-centric series this season like last season’s “The McCarthys” or “One Big Happy,” it may be a sign of the times that a number of […]
According to Deadline, Ross Katz, who Exec Produced the gay-themed “The Laramie Project” and directed the Kevin Bacon/HBO pic “Taking Chance,” has signed on to write the story of Los Angeles Dodger and Oakland A’s Glenn Burke.
Fox’s “New Girl” now has parents — Rob Reiner and Jamie Lee Curtis. Details …
Melissa Gilbert’s collapse and Sherri Shepherd’s tearful good-bye to “Dancing With the Stars” combined to make “DWTS” the week’s most dramatic place to be on TV.
Michelle Obama and David Letterman had a very easygoing conversation on the “Late Show” last night, a sign that Dave was charmed by the First Lady. Right before she talked about her excursion to a DC-area Target last year, she and Dave talked about Bo, the Obama family dog.
Two words: “The View.” Once again, this mid-morning talk show managed to make headlines everywhere with a show that was all about its own tangled history.
“NCIS” celebrates its 200th birthday by breaking away from the formula that has made it the No. 1 drama in prime time television and showing viewers in a “It’s a Wonderful Life”-type episode what life could have been like if only…
It’s a “Freaky Friday” reunion. “NCIS” has booked Jamie Lee Curtis for a two-episode arc during November sweeps. According to TVGuide.com, Curtis will play Charlotte Ryan, a strong-willed single mom who works for the Office of Inspector General in the Defense Department. Gibbs (Marc Harmon) and co. better watch out, because Charlotte apparently isn’t one […]
Joan Rivers was in rare form last night on ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,’ ripping into celebrities left and right and busting out a lot of blue material that left Fallon completely speechless with stunned laughter for most of the interview. Be forewarned – this one gets pretty dirty. She came out with a glass […]
LAS VEGAS – Tony Curtis, who defiantly worked to mold himself from a 1950s movie heartthrob to a respected actor with such films as ‘Sweet Smell of Success,’ ‘The Defiant Ones’ and ‘Some Like It Hot,’ has died. He was 85. The Oscar-nominated actor died about 9:25 p.m. PDT Wednesday at his Henderson, Nev., home […]