TCA Awards 2018 celebrate Rita Moreno, Norman Lear, Friends, & TV’s best

 Two undeniable legends, Rita Moreno and Norman Lear, were in the spotlight at the Television Critics Association’s 34th annual TCA Awards when they honored TV’s best.  Wearing ... Continue Reading →

Gotham star David Mazouz on fastrack with Season 5 Villains, but goes slow with “Brake It Down” PSA

It doesn’t matter if you’re destine to drive the Batmobile, Gotham star David Mazouz (aka the young Dark Knight Bruce Wayne) has done a PSA that he says should ... Continue Reading →

World of Dance vs. So You Think You Can Dance, dance lovers win either way

The great TV dance competitions this summer, World of Dance on NBC and So You Think You Can Dance on FOX, should be praised for putting the spotlight on dancers and celebrating them ... Continue Reading →

Golfing with George Lopez, fun on the links, helping a cause and hook ups with gifts

The 11th Annual George Lopez Celebrity Golf Classic was  held May 7th at the prestigious golf club in Toluca Lake, just a short putt from Lopez’ home. The star-studded sold-out ... Continue Reading →

Production Update: “Scandal” & the Gladiators say its a wrap

Scandal is over. The Gladiators have left the building. And audiences craving a guilty pleasure will have to search elsewhere. Tonight, Thursday, April 19, the hit ABC series Scandal ... Continue Reading →

Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert on NBC, April 1, starring John Legend

Rehearsals have been underway for NBC’s live production of the groundbreaking rock opera “Jesus Christ Superstar” with music superstar John Legend airing Easter Sunday, April ... Continue Reading →

“Station 19” ABC’s firehouse drama catching fire with Jason George

The premiere of Station 19 was packed with a fire-storm of high drama and lots of action. The highly anticipated Grey’s Anatomy spin-off series was first introduced in a Grey’s ... Continue Reading →

Empowered women, guns & other social issues on TV dramas foster intelligent debate

Social issues providing storylines for TV dramas are nothing new. More than 50 years ago, Star Trek tackled society’s problems by addressing them through its futuristic lens–and ... Continue Reading →