It is a one of a kind phenomenon: A classic 1988 John Waters film became a hit Broadway musical, then became a successful movie musical and, on December 7, will make its live television debut. “Hairspray,” like no other story, has lent itself successfully to all of these media reincarnations. The original movie is a testament […]
Alan Thicke and his wife Tanya open up about the key to a happy marriage, the odd song that helped spark their love and their sitcom-reality hybrid series.
The TV icon opens about his new series “Better Late Than Never,” and reveals the one thing he initially refused to do during the Asian road trip.
Six seasons and the end? Gillian Jacobs opens up about the “broken” Hollywood machine that seems to be ignoring fans of “Community.”
While the dreaded virus is on its way out on NBC’s “Days of Our Lives,” our favorite gay/former baseball star/hottie Paul Narita (Christopher Sean) is worried that he still may be a threat to those around him, including his father, John Black (Drake Hogestyn). And we all know where there’s John, there’s his wife, Marlena […]
When you’re Patrick Warburton, there’s no place to hide from adoring fans. Out on the streets, the 6’3” hulk of an actor is instantly recognizable for his television stints as Jeff Bingham on “Rules of Engagement,” The Tick on the FOX cult favorite “The Tick” and Elaine Benes’ lovably squinty boyfriend David Puddy on “Seinfeld.” […]
Three months ago, few people outside of the little town of Harlan, Kentucky had ever heard of Jordan Smith. Last week, Smith’s life changed forever when he was crowned the winner of NBC’s “The Voice” season nine. And as he sat down for an interview with XFINITY at Rockefeller Center, the 21-year-old Lee University music […]
“Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris” premiered last night on NBC, and after much hype and high expectations given NPH’s track record slaying it whenever he hosts a live award shows, the inevitable question is did the show deliver the goods? Sort of. The hour-long show was consistent in skating the lines between variety […]
It’s that time of year again when GLAAD releases its annual Network Responsibility Index (its ninth) looking at how television is doing representing the LGBT community. The report looks at original primetime programming on the five broadcast networks (ABC, NBC, CBS, CW, FOX) and 10 cable networks (HBO, MTV, Showtime, ABC Family, TLC, History, A&E, TNT, […]
This is the dawning of “Aquarius.” So goes the classic ’60s song by The Fifth Dimension but it also may be the dawning of actor Gethin Anthony, who plays infamous mad man Charles Manson beginning tonight in the new NBC drama. In the series, set in 1967 before the Manson slayings that made headlines, police sergeant […]