If you forgot how much you loved, I mean loved, NBC’s “A Different World,” then last night’s “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” was a sure reminder.
Usher talks about his “The UR Experience” Tour and “The Voice”; See Mr. and Mrs. Carter this weekend and Lifetime’s Aaliyah biopic gets an air date. Plus, there’s my watchlist and what’s hot (Liya Kebede in L’Oreal Paris’s latest campaign) and not (Jennifer Lopez’s “Booty” video).
If you watch TV or movies, chances are, you’ve seen Tzi Ma. But beyond his familiar face, you probably know little about the actor.
LeBron James is joining forces with Starz and the man behind classic shows like “The Cosby Show” to create a sitcom that will touch on something he knows a lot about — “Survivor’s Remorse.”
Y&R Celebrates 24 Years at the Top This week, “The Young & the Restless” hit an unprecedented milestone. It has now been the number one daytime show every week for the past 24 years, or 1248 consecutive weeks in Household Ratings. DVR the Next Episode of “Y&R” It has also been number 1 in women […]
If you watched any Olympics coverage, you undoubtedly saw the promos for “Guys With Kids.” It’s exactly what the title implies, a show about three dads who live in the same Manhattan apartment building. Chris (Jesse Bradford) is newly divorced and figuring out how to balance dating with being a dad. Nick (Zach Cregger) has […]
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Actress Tempestt Bledsoe says she’s thrilled to be returning to network television on a show that portrays “a positive black family” similar to the long-running hit sitcom she was a part of for roughly eight years – “The Cosby Show.” “That show was my childhood,” said Bledsoe, who played middle child […]
For the longest time, Niecy Nash figured her life was just too real for reality TV. As a newlywed with three children of her own, she was too busy blending her life with that of husband Jay Tucker and his son to worry about tossing tantrums or tables.
“Cosby” kid Keshia Knight Pulliam has been sued by her former talent agency for unpaid commissions from her current work on the TV series, Tyler Perry’s “House of Payne.”
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 […]