Married 40-years Emilio & Gloria Estefan share secrets of making their partnership work

The “Gershwin Prize” PBS Special honors music’s “Sweet Embraceable” power couple Emilio and Gloria and Emilio Estefan.  The Library of Congress has a commitment ... Continue Reading →

Hollywood in post #MeToo has actresses flourishing

 March 2019 has the distinction of being the first Women’s History Month of the post #MeToo era. So let’s take a moment to celebrate our great mothers, sisters, daughters, etc., ... Continue Reading →

“Superstore” NBC sitcom not political with its salute to the working class

America Ferrera, star and producer of NBC’s Superstore, said her sitcom offers a place “where people can be so different from each other and believe different things, ... Continue Reading →

Gotham ‘The Legend of the Dark Knight’ final season turns David Mazouz into Batman

 Operatic in its shadowy cinematic approach and dark storytelling, the FOX show Gotham is currently in its fifth and final season. To highlight the comic book crime drama and put ... Continue Reading →

PBS and KCET join forces presenting great shows–with new seasons of Victoria and Doc Martin

 There’s exciting news in store for Southern California as PBS SoCal and KCET with LINK TV are united into one new community-supported institution – the Public Media Group of Southern ... Continue Reading →

Empowered women use their star power and strong voices at 2019’s Golden Globe Awards

 After rolling out the red carpet, Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg were the co-hosts of the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards. And it was obvious when the honors were handed out Sunday, ... Continue Reading →

“The Masked Singer” a sensational celebrity guessing game on FOX–is Donny Osmond the Peacock?

The wildest celebrity guessing game ever, The Masked Singer is grabbing fans and great ratings. The new star-powered singing game show was a sensation from the start, joining the FOX ... 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 →