Let’s face it. This may be the most difficult weekend of the year. First of all, the weather is like a dancer at a gentleman’s club – teasing you with… More
Editor Archive: Craig Tomashoff
No matter how good or bad a series is, there’s always a sameness to nearly all of them. It’s a Cop Show or a Workplace Comedy or a Primetime Soap. Find a popular genre, and then find a way to bring people back to it when they have 137 other, similar viewing options.
It’s that time of year again, when college kids across the country make the least of their education by traveling to sunny climes in order to cut loose instead of cutting classes. Spring Break is much a campus tradition as finals and cheerleaders, leaving parents everywhere to wonder exactly what their hard-earned tuition dollars are paying for.
They say it’s an honor to be nominated….not that anyone really believes that but yes, actors up for Academy Awards always do say that. Still, for each category, only one person can go home a winner.
It’s time to get Psych-ed again. The USA Network’s long-running series, about crime-solving fake psychic Sean Spencer (James Roday) and fellow investigator Gus Guster (Dule Hill), returns for a seventh season on Feb. 27.
Sure Richard Pryor will always be remembered as the best standup comedian ever. But he was much more than that. He was also one of the most intriguing and successful… More
As we roll into the end of NBC’s “30 Rock” this week, XfinityTV.com got Jack McBrayer — otherwise known as page-turned-janitor-turned network executive Kenneth — to talk about everything from his uncertain early days on the show to his potential future in the food service industry.
It happens all the time. Whether you’re at a PTA meeting or an art gallery opening or ordering your morning coffee, the conversation will inevitably turn to television. And at… More
After watching him save the world on a yearly basis for nearly a decade, it didn’t seem possible to accept Kiefer Sutherland as anything but the tough yet…well…just tough Jack… More
Ask anyone who knows Victoria Justice and odds are, they’ll tell you they always knew she’d grow up to have her own TV show. “I’ve always loved being the funny girl,” says the 19-year-old star of Nickelodeon’s “Victorious.”