The Blacklist’s James Spader reveals a little, very little, about the #1 drama

    James Spader makes The Blacklist worth watching Monday nights on NBC. In the action thriller Spader plays a mysterious character, Raymond “Red” Reddington, a super-criminal ... Continue Reading →

ABC’s Shark Tank has lucky Mark Cuban

 At the ABC-Disney All-Star Party promoting the Fall TV lineup, Mark Cuban strolled in dressed very casually in a tee-shirt and jeans. He’s comfortable with who he is—a billionaire ... Continue Reading →

The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts opens in Beverly Hills

 Located in the heart of Beverly Hills is the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. The Wallis, as it is affectionately known, just opened its doors with a dedication ceremony ... Continue Reading →

Dark Delicacies, a book store dedicated to the horror genre

 The title “Dark Delicacies” may sound like chocolate candy, but actually it’s the name of a book store that dwells solely in the horror genre. It’s in the midst of the Burbank ... Continue Reading →

Arsenio Hall talks about his late night gig

 Arsenio Hall has returned to  the late night scene with his new talk show, catering to a different type of audience– a young crowd that tweets. Slimmer, with less hair and ... Continue Reading →

Keanu Reeves’ Side By Side docu explores film and digital productions

Keanu Reeves is an actor, producer and director. But he’s latest job is as host (and co-producer) of the documentary Side By Side: The Science, Art, and Impact of Digital Cinema, ... Continue Reading →

Patrick Dempsey, “Racing Le Mans” on Velocity drives his passion

Patrick Dempsey is an actor best known as “Doctor McDreamy” by the female fans of the hit hospital drama Grey’s Anatomy, starting its 10th season September 26 on ABC. But most ... Continue Reading →

Revolution on NBC is high-tech and un-plugged with producer J.J. Abrams

The NBC series “Revolution” takes place in the not too distant future and follows a family struggling to reunite after every piece of technology in the U.S. has mysteriously been ... Continue Reading →