NBC’s Superstore finally closes its doors

Warning: This contains spoilers for the series finale of Superstore. The exterior Cloud 9 facade that many have driven past on Burbank’s Barham road is no longer there. After 6 seasons of being a regular feature on the Universal Studios Hollywood’s Studio Tour ride (prior to covid) at the backlot sound stages, the NBCUniversal TV … Continue reading “NBC’s Superstore finally closes its doors”

INTERVIEW: Breaking’s Kim D’Armond

You may not know the name Kim D’Armond, but chances are you’ve seen the talented character actor in an array of high-profile projects for Showtime, ABC, NBC, CBS, Netflix and Amazon. From comedy to drama, her resume lists some of the industry’s most popular and renowned TV series including I Think You Should Leave, Home … Continue reading “INTERVIEW: Breaking’s Kim D’Armond”

AMC’s trailer for final season of Kevin can F**k Himself

AMC & AMC+ debuted the official trailer and key art for the second season of the groundbreaking dark comedy Kevin Can F**K Himself, starring Emmy Award-winning actress Annie Murphy (Schitt’s Creek). Alternating between traditional multi-camera sitcom and single-camera drama, this ambitious genre-bending series will return on Monday, August 22 at 9pm ET/PT on AMC, with the first two episodes available on AMC+. … Continue reading “AMC’s trailer for final season of Kevin can F**k Himself”

Loki, WandaVision, Them, Morning Show among WGA 2022 Award noms

Writers Guild of America West (WGAW) and Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE) have announced nominations for outstanding achievement in television, new media, news, radio/audio, and promotional writing during 2021. Winners will be honored at the 2022 Writers Guild Awards ceremony on Sunday, March 20, 2022. Marvel Disney+ series WandaVision and Loki have both been … Continue reading “Loki, WandaVision, Them, Morning Show among WGA 2022 Award noms”

Jason Sudeikis, George Wendt lead virtual It’s a Wonderful Life table read

Ted and Norm will now be George and Billy. Real-life uncle/nephew pair George Wendt and Jason Sudeikis are slated to play the roles of George Bailey and Uncle Billy for this year’s virtual table read of It’s a Wonderful Life. In Partnership with Turner Classic Movies and sponsored by MeTV, fans of the classic holiday … Continue reading “Jason Sudeikis, George Wendt lead virtual It’s a Wonderful Life table read”

Ted Lasso tops Hollywood Critics Association with 4 wins

Ted Lasso (Apple TV+) topped the Hollywood Critics Association (HCA) TV Awards with four wins–earning Best Streaming Comedy distinction, Best Comedy Actor in a Streaming Series for Jason Sudeikis, Best Comedy Supporting Actor in a Streaming Series for Brett Goldstein, and Best Comedy Supporting Actress in a Streaming Series for Hannah Waddingham. Waddingham tied for the … Continue reading “Ted Lasso tops Hollywood Critics Association with 4 wins”

AMC renews Kevin Can F**k Himself for Season 2

Kevin is going to F**K himself again. Or at least Annie Murphy’s visibly disturbed wife Allison is going to try and do the deed for her obnoxious husband. AMC Networks announced Friday the series would return for Season 2. Season 1 of the part multi-cam, part single-cam series followed the story of Allison McRoberts (Murphy), … Continue reading “AMC renews Kevin Can F**k Himself for Season 2”

MGM, Bellagio relaunch in new campaign from McCann

As the brand that exists to entertain the human race, MGM Resorts is compelled to remind the world that a return to normal just won’t cut it – this is time for something way beyond normal. The past year and a half has been a difficult and trying time, to say the very least. The … Continue reading “MGM, Bellagio relaunch in new campaign from McCann”

Fall brings 3 new dramas, 6 hours of Dick Wolf to NBC

Capitalizing on a year with huge audience drivers, including two Olympics and the Super Bowl, NBC heads into the 2021-22 season with a winning year-round programming strategy that highlights dominant dramas in the fall, doubles down on comedies in midseason and pairs powerhouse unscripted shows with big tentpole event programming.    “Our program strategy for NBC is singularly focused on driving growth by capturing audiences with can’t-miss event television and keeping them on the … Continue reading “Fall brings 3 new dramas, 6 hours of Dick Wolf to NBC”

Elon Musk to host SNL on May 8

Elon Musk will make his Saturday Night Live hosting debut on May 8. Musk is the CEO and Technoking of Tesla and the Chief Engineer of SpaceX, which launched the second operational flight of its Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station on April 23. Miley Cyrus will make her sixth appearance as SNL musical … Continue reading “Elon Musk to host SNL on May 8”

Supergirl begins final season tonight

The CW’s Tuesday will become even more superpowered when SUPERMAN & LOIS gets a helping hand from their Kryptonian cousin this spring as SUPERGIRL soars onto action, returning to The CW’s schedule to kick off the first part of her sixth and final season on Tuesday, March 30 (9:00-10:00pm ET/PT). The recently renewed freshman hit Superman & Lois will go on a brief … Continue reading “Supergirl begins final season tonight”

America Ferrera makes directorial debut for Netflix

America Ferrera is making her feature film directorial debut with I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter. The film, adapted from Erika L. Sánchez’s novel, will debut on Netflix. The YA story is about losing a sister and finding yourself amid the pressures, expectations and stereotypes of growing up in a Mexican American home. It … Continue reading “America Ferrera makes directorial debut for Netflix”

NBC announces 2020-21 season, commits to diversity

Heading into the 2020-21 season, NBC unveiled a fall lineup capitalizing on strong incumbency and momentum following a number of multi-year pickups for stalwart shows, including New Amsterdam, Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, Chicago P.D. Law & Order: SVU and This Is Us.  Featuring gripping dramas that include Manifest, fan-favorite comedies Superstore and Brooklyn Nine-Nine and unrivaled alternative programming, including the return of coaches Kelly Clarkson, John … Continue reading “NBC announces 2020-21 season, commits to diversity”

SAG Awards nominations announced

Nominees for the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards® for  outstanding individual, cast and ensemble performances in film and television of 2019, as well as the nominees for outstanding action performances by film and television stunt ensembles, were announced this morning at the Pacific Design Center’s SilverScreen Theater in West Hollywood. SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris introduced America Ferrera (Superstore, Ugly Betty) and Danai … Continue reading “SAG Awards nominations announced”

Tide declares NFL Sunday Nights “Not For Laundry”

For the NFL’s 100th season, Tide has given the familiar acronym a whole new unfamiliar meaning — “Not For Laundry.” Just in time for the premiere of Sunday Night Football on NBC, Procter and Gamble’s Tide partnered with the NFL and NBC to kick off a national debate about the best night to do laundry. … Continue reading “Tide declares NFL Sunday Nights “Not For Laundry””