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Category Archives: Television
Ahhh, here come the Winter Holidays and it’s time to get happy, psycho or stuffed, in all senses of the word. Families have been gathering together for Thanksgiving and Christmas and other Winter holidays bringing tons of fancy booze and … Continue reading
Legendary Actress, Film, Radio, Stage, and Television Star Rose Marie to be Honored Shirley Temple Award; Presented by the Illustrious Carl Reiner!
From the Vaudeville stage to the silver screen, to sitcoms to original entertainment in Bugsy Segal’s Flamingo hotel, to her best known household namesake down to the smallest of screens, actress/performer Rose Marie has had more than a career to … Continue reading
The Hollywood Museum’s 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Display: An Enthralling Exploration in the Ever Evolving Face of Television and Entertainment!
The contemporary texture of American TV: As nubby, grainy and ticklish as one of Don Draper’s Tweed suits, yet more delicious, quite possibly, even than what’s under it…? (Reoowwrr reowrr reworr!) Some say today’s television programming is as succulent as … Continue reading
Last night was the second annual VoiceArts awards gala in Hollywood. One can be forgiven for not being aware that this event even existed, it is after all, only the second time that this event has been held. On deeper … Continue reading
“Tonight I feel like I’ve been reborn, because through the many things that you have said, the memories that you have shared tonight, I feel like I have come to know myself all over again!”- Ed Asner, addressing the audience … Continue reading
“Days or Our Lives” to Take Smithsonian, in 50th Anniversary Glory, Hosted by Tippi Hedren, Represented by Deirdre Hall, Susan Seaforth Hayes and Greg Meng!
The dilapidated chair from All in the Family, the pristine puffy shirt from Seinfeld, the Fonz’ worn and rugged jacket from Happy Days, moving on from Happy Days to the slightly more dramatic Days of Our Lives and an entirely … Continue reading
“I am both touched and flattered that the Skylight Theatre Company has chosen to honor me this Sunday, November 1st, at their 2015 Salute and Fundraiser. I am very fortunate to have had a long and wonderful career as an … Continue reading
It’s hard to believe it’s October already, and that we’re cruising into the holiday season. It seems like just yesterday when it was summer with clear blue skies and blistering temperatures around 100. Oh, wait—that would describe today. For those … Continue reading
American Horror Story: Hotel premieres this Wednesday, October 7th at 10pm on FX. The story revolves around the sinister Hotel Cortez, which was inspired by old movies and the infamous Hotel Cecil in DTLA. According to horror blog Something Disgusting, the Hotel was “built in … Continue reading
12 a.m. – “Deutschland 83” – Drama/Political Thriller (2015, Kino Lorber) While waiting for the return of “The Americans” in 2016, you might enjoy this U.S.-German suspense series, which hinges on a similar premise of assumed identities and espionage set … Continue reading