The multiple Emmy winner continues his exclusive conversation with Tavis and reflects on his life as a child star and the TV fame of “Baretta.”
The award-winning journalist, out with the new text The Time of Our Lives, discusses the end of the Iraq War and the future of public service in the U.S.
With a televised Sunday morning worship service that reaches over 100 million homes, Joel Osteen is no stranger to television. What Osteen and Lakewood Church hasn’t had is had a reality show that airs in primetime. But that’s about to change.
Rumors have been circulating for years about the return of the cult hit sitcom Arrested Development, none of them backed up by anything other than the offhand comments of the show’s creators and stars, and the wishful thinking of its legion of rabid fans. Until now, that is. Straight out of left field came the [...]
Ricky Gervais is now mostly known in these parts as the exceptionally cheeky host of the Golden Globes, but you may also remember him from a little show called The Office. In the original British version of what is now (thanks to Steve Carrell) an American television institution, Gervais played David Brent, the worst boss [...]
The CSI: NY star discusses his cancer diagnosis and how it inspired his new book The Wealth Cure: Putting Money in Its Place.
Ever been to see a new movie and thought it reminded you a lot of an old movie? This one comes immediately to mind, not to mention the steady spew of sub-par remakes and TV show re-hashes that the good folks in Hollywood seem to think we’ll enjoy. As far as movie posters go, the [...]
The actress and author of Life Is Not a Stage: From Broadway Baby to a Lovely Lady and Beyond shares why her childhood was daunting and the difficult relationships she had with her mother and father.
The Oscar-nominated actress and co-creator and star of HBO’s Enlightened shares why she loves her character in the cable series and explains why “Amy” was made for her.
Mike & Molly star discusses the show’s success and explains why the audience identifies with the characters, which he describes as a “hot mess.”