While he may be best known to television audiences for his titular role in Logo’s series “Noah’s Arc‘ as well as the series “DTLA“ and guest appearances in such series as… More
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Monday June 9: ‘Major Crimes‘ (9pm on TNT) **Season Premiere** Record Now When a father and his two young children go missing, the squad has to work quickly to find… More
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Dare to live your dreams! Get Ready To Let Life In. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment takes movie-lovers on an uplifting adventure with the… More
The Wolf of Wall Street Legendary director Martin Scorsese delivers another masterpiece ‘The Wolf of Wall Street,’ now available on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and VOD from Paramount Home Media… More
It’s one thing to deal with a difficult, personal matter privately. It’s another when you have to do it with cameras rolling, millions of strangers adding their 2 cents and the perception that you’re supposed to be perfect. For the past couple of years, Tina Campbell, one-half of the multi-Grammy Award-winning gospel sister duo, Mary Mary, has dealt with mourning her late father, the near-dissolution of her marriage, tense disagreements with her sister and singing partner Erica Campbell and a host of other trials while filming her WE tv reality series, “Mary Mary.”
Change is never easy, but if you’re prepared, it’s certainly better. As Streampix begins to ramp down some of its TV series from the collection, this is your last chance to catch up to some of the classics we’ve featured.
Sherlock It’s been nearly two years since Sherlock Holmes seemingly fell to his death in the epic second season finale of ‘Sherlock,’ and since then all anyone has wanted to… More
Don’t you love it when one of your favorite movies comes on and you’re able to curl up and enjoy it? That’s what happened to me last night when I discovered that “All About Eve” was on RetroPlex.
Queen Catherine may have met her match when the actress guest stars on the CW drama.
Maria, former would-be nun, is about to get married. Starring as Maria in NBC’s new version of “The Sound of Music,” Carrie Underwood is clad in her own T-shirt and leggings plus a wedding veil as she reverently steps through the bare-bones Manhattan rehearsal space while three dozen castmates, on their feet as if in church, sing “How do you solve a problem like Maria?”