She’s going to cougar Mike Henry’s teenage son in 2014.
So far this fall, nearly twice as many freshman series have been given full season orders (seven) as have been canceled (four). That ratio is about to change, however, as networks start making tough decisions about shows still in limbo.
Michael J. Fox said in an interview on Howard Stern’s radio show that he had some difficulties coping when he learned that he had Parkinson’s disease. On the show to promote his new NBC series, “The Michael J. Fox Show,” the actor said that his decision to quit show business after learning of is condition […]
Everyone knows Michael J. Fox’s story. The beloved star of “Family Ties,” “Spin City” and the “Back to the Future” movies thought he would have to give up acting all together when he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. Instead, after taking a few years off to get treatment, he returned to work, winning Emmy nominations […]
“I’ve always wanted one thing,” says Wendell Pierce. “To have a diverse career, to be a journeyman actor.”
Michael J. Fox’s return to the cover of Rolling Stone proved revealing. According to Today, Fox, who will return to TV this fall in NBC’s “The Michael J. Fox Show“, told the magazine that his battle with Parkinson’s disease has defied expectations, although he still has obstacles to overcome as he returns to the small […]
Though they won’t be seen in every episode, the roles are potentially recurring. Details …
The avalanche of new fall TV shows is just about to hit — the official premiere kick-off is the week of Sept. 23 — so how do you know what to watch, DVR, or skip? Predicting the hits and misses is a tough job but we can tell you which shows are generating the most […]
For TV fans who can’t wait to see how the new fall season plays out, brand-strategy and content-alignment company NewMediaMetrics is offering a glimpse of the future. In its 2013 LEAP TV Study, the company measured consumers’ emotional attachment (EA) to the concepts behind upcoming broadcast and cable programming to determine the most — and […]
Can Parkinson’s disease be funny? That was the question that Michael J. Fox and showrunner Will Gluck faced when they decided to create “The Michael J. Fox Show,” a sitcom inspired by the actor’s real life.