50 Cent said he’s excited to be part of the new Sundance series “Dream School” because the reality show focuses on uplifting people.
“Scandal” is on everyone’s mind today! And with hours until the season 3 premiere, it’s understandable. As gladiators gear up for their favorite show’s return, I find myself reflecting on its first two seasons.
When Aden Young cracked open the script for “Rectify,” he thought, “Oh, here we go again: another guy released from Death Row.”
Sundance Channel, best known for its documentaries and other unscripted fare, is about to present a deliciously suspenseful spy thriller that signals a new initiative for the network: more drama.
In the opening moments of a new reality show, a pretty blonde pulls up to a gas station in her sporty Mustang. As she fills the tank, she catches the eye of a man across the station and smiles. Soon she drives away, waving to her admirer as she leaves.
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Sundance Channel is adding five new reality shows to its 2012-2013 development slate, the network announced Friday. The network also renewed three of its current reality series. “Iconoclasts” will get a sixth season, “All on the Line with Joe Zee” a third and “The Mortified Sessions,” in which celebs like Bryan […]
PARIS – Paris is formalizing its fascination with “Mad Men” by giving a medal to the hit series’ creator and executive producer, Matthew Weiner. Two of the series’ stars, Christina Hendricks, who plays office manager Joan Harris, and John Slattery, who plays ad agency partner Roger Sterling, flanked Weiner at the ceremony Tuesday at Paris’ […]