By Jean Ho Driving down Santa Monica Boulevard last week, my jaw dropped open when I cruised past an enormous billboard hanging over the entrance to the 101 freeway, advertising ABC’s new sitcom, “Fresh Off the Boat,” which stars actor Randall Park as the head of a Taiwanese American family. Park’s likeness had been reproduced as […]
Reid Scott is used to being cast as an abrasive character, his latest being scheming Washington political aide Dan Egan in “Veep.”
After Nicole Holofcener cast James Gandolfini in her divorcee romantic comedy “Enough Said,” the “Sopranos” actor kept suggesting she rethink her decision.
The “Veep” is getting a third term. [xfinity-record-button id=”5433107214324703112″ program_type=”series”] HBO has renewed the Julia Louis-Dreyfus series “Veep” for Season 3, the network announced Wednesday. Like previous seasons, the third season will feature 10 episodes, which will air in 2014. The “Seinfeld” alum stars in the Emmy-nominated comedy as Selina Meyer, who has the thankless […]
Is it scripted or is it improvised? Actor Matt Walsh gave us the answer to that question when we interviewed him about “Veep.” Read on …
Watch out, Joe Biden. The other vice president is in the house. The White House says Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who plays Vice President Selina Meyer on the HBO comedy “Veep,” is at the White House to have lunch with Biden.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus called Jay Leno a name that was much worse than “troll” when he started hinting that he was about show a clip from one of her early movies. Watch …
The void you’re looking at on your DVR is the sitcom landscape post-“30 Rock.” When Tina Fey’s bright, bouncy, irreverent showbiz send-up aired its last episode Thursday night, a light (Kenneth’s toothy grin?) went out in broadcast television.
Dark drug drama “Breaking Bad” dominated television nominations for the annual Writers Guild Awards on Thursday, with “Modern Family” leading the way in the comedy category.
The high drama of this political season has been echoed by episodic TV this season. If candidates in real life are often criticized for playing roles and relying on scripts, these TV shows’ pretend politicos make no bones about it.