Sykes, Lopez Shaking Up Late-Night TV

BY: Lynn Elber LOS ANGELES – In the blink of an eye, late-night TV is shifting from a white men’s club to the start of a rainbow coalition. Wanda Sykes’ weekly Fox comedy show debuts 11 p.m. EST Saturday, followed by George Lopez’s four-night-a-week talk show on TBS, starting 11 p.m. EST Monday. They join […]

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Who Gives A Twit?

The twits were poppin’ this weekend in honor of moms everywhere. New Facebook user & tw’hipster Jane Fonda had some well wishes; “Sending lots of mothers day love out there. Partly motivated by Wanda Sykes just becoming a mother of twins!!!! Hooray.” FOX needs to ax Wanda Sykes‘ new talk show & pair her in […]

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Wanda Sykes Getting Late-Night Show

The Hollywood Reporter has Wanda Sykes and the Fox network finalizing a deal for a Saturday late-night show. The hourlong show, slated to premiere in the fall, will succeed the recently canceled sketch comedy show “MadTV.” It will be topical, featuring a panel of recurring guests sparring over issues concerning politics as well as pop […]

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The New Adventures Of Old Christine: “Honey, I Ran Over The Kid”

[iframe http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/tv/The-New-Adventures-of-Old-Christine/8029/1039444237/The-New-Adventures-of-Old-Christine—Skateboarding-Debacle/embed 420 355] . Even the actors on this show look bored. It’s a valiant effort, and their acting skills have never been tested so mightily, but the alternative is losing their income. Julia Louis-Dreyfus is a billionaire’s daughter, so that shouldn’t really matter. And she’s swimming in Seinfeld cash. But the rest of […]

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The New Adventures Of Old Christine: Reckless Abandonment

[iframe http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/tv/The-New-Adventures-of-Old-Christine/8029/1030806340/The-New-Adventures-of-Old-Christine—A-Matter-of-Pride/embed 420 355] . Last night on The New Adventures Of Old Christine she came in through the bathroom window and fell right into the shark tank. It’s official. There are no issues left but advancing age, the lost empathy of loved ones and abondonment by the kids. Sitcoms are supposed to make us […]

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