Emmy darling Netflix, shows making news GLOW, Ozark, Disenchantment, The Good Cop, etc.

 Netflix came to the recent Television Critics Association’s Summer press tour accentuating the fact that the game-changing streaming service offers an overwhelming volume of outstanding ... Continue Reading →

Vote for your favorite book on PBS The Great American Read Sept 11-Oct 23

 Readers rejoice! The PBS series The Great American Read is back airing September 11 through October 23, 2018, putting the spotlight on great books and the joy and importance of reading ... Continue Reading →

Views on aging from John Cleese, 78, Nathan Fillion, 47, & Jane Fonda, 80-and-a-half

 Memorable moments from the Television Critics Association’s 2018 summer press tour came when several performers gave a glimpse of their comedic ease when questioned about aging.  Like ... Continue Reading →

Jim Carrey is serious about “Kidding,” Showtime series starts Sept. 9

 It was funny to see Jim Carrey so serious about his Showtime series Kidding. At the recent Television Critics Association’s summer press tour, the actor who made his reputation ... Continue Reading →

Betty White: First Lady of Television special on PBS Aug. 21

  Betty White’s 96-year-old sassy spirit filled the ballroom at the Beverly Hilton at the PBS interview session to promote the “Betty White: First Lady of Television” ... Continue Reading →

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 →