Lifetime sure knows how to keep black women tuning in. This time the women’s network has tapped an all-star cast led by Oscar and Golden Globe winner Whoopi Goldberg and Ving Rhames, also a Golden Globe recipient, for its original production of “A Day Late and a Dollar Short.”
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You may want to set your DVR because this weekend will be a busy one.
Anika Noni Rose made history by becoming the first African-American Disney princess, Tiana, in “The Princess and the Frog.” Now, she takes a look back at a real-life moment in American history and helps to celebrate the 50th anniversary of events in the Civil Rights movement with her starring role as Wilona Watson in the Hallmark Channel’s “The Watsons Go to Birmingham.”
After a fall season that featured a few missteps, like Kalinda’s relationship with her scuzzy ex-husband, “The Good Wife” returned to form with a vengeance on Sunday night, with the… More
“The Good Wife” threw a curve ball that changed the whole game. In this week’s episode (“Live From Damascus”), Wendy Scott Carr’s (Anika Noni Rose) thirst for revenge was quenched at the cost of Will Gardner’s (Josh Charles) career.
“The Good Wife’s” Alicia (Julianna Margulies) found herself in an uncomfortable position with Will (Joshua Charles) this week. Unfortunately, it was on the witness stand, not between the sheets.
Will’s legal vulnerabilities are finally revealed in this week’s episode of “The Good Wife,” “Bitcoin for Dummies.” After a tense meeting with Wendy Scott Carr (Aniki Rose) and Cary (Matt Czuchry), in which they reveal the names of the three judges that they are investigating.
Last week, Alicia (Julianne Margulies) dumped Will (Josh Charles). In this week’s episode of “The Good Wife,” “What Went Wrong” Alicia realizes that, for her, alone is a synonym for… More
This week’s episode of “The Good Wife,” “Parenting Made Easy,” was the third television show in as many weeks in which a missing child altered the course of the parents’… More
“Stephen King’s Bag of Bones” isn’t “Twilight.” Nor is it “Saw.” “There are no teenagers in this cast,” executive producer-director Mick Garris told XfinityTV.com on Thursday. “And it’s not about… More