Movies for grownups with great actors in the leading roles? What a concept! Here are two you can catch up with this month.
This is a great week to be Tracee Ellis Ross. Monday she plays a soccer Mom who finds herself in the midst of a family feud when her Type A sister is diagnosed with breast cancer in Lifetime’s original movie “Five,” a series of interconnected vignettes about the disease. Ross’s segment of the film is […]
Marta Kauffman co-created and executive produce “Friends,” one of the longest running, most successful comedies of all time. So it’s somewhat surprising that her current project is a Lifetime movie about breast cancer. Kauffman executive produced and supervised the writing for “Five,” a series of interconnected vignettes about women’s experiences with the disease, which premieres […]
By Sandy Cohen LOS ANGELES — The assignment was a daunting one: Make a TV special that presents five short dramas about breast cancer and isn’t a total downer. Jennifer Aniston couldn’t resist the challenge. The 42-year-old actress had already decided to devote a year to producing and directing when she learned about “Five.” Just […]
When “Parks and Recreation” returns on September 22 on NBC, there’s a new Tammy in town and she makes the old Tammy look meek in comparison. Here’s the deal – Ron Swanson, the parks department director and man with the notable ‘stache played by Nick Offerman, has two ex-wives named Tammy. The first to appear […]