A funny thing happened during season six of “Mad Men.” Conspiracy theories began popping up online about actor James Wolk’s extremely agreeable character Bob Benson.
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When Robin Williams starts riffing, complete with accents and slightly dated references to current events, do you laugh or groan? Were you a fan of “Ally McBeal,” “Boston Legal” or any of David Kelley’s other quirky shows? Does your love of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” make you a Sarah Michelle Gellar fan for life? Your answers to these questions will likely determine whether or not you will enjoy the new comedy “The Crazy Ones.”
The new CBS sitcom “The Crazy Ones” from David E. Kelley (“Boston Legal,” “The Practice” and “Ally McBeal”) stars several A-Listers: Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Kelly Clarkson in a memorable guest appearance, and, perhaps the best known of all, McDonald’s.
Another “Mad Men” season is drawing to a close with a question that seems all-too familiar: What’s Don Draper’s problem, anyway? Previewing this Sunday’s “Mad Men” season finale …
OMG! Don Draper (Jon Hamm) literally got caught with his pants down — and not by his wife Megan (Jessica Paré), who might expect it, but by his daughter Sally (Kiernan Shipka), who never would have dreamed of it in a million years.
Sigourney Weaver has just joined the growing list of big-screen talent transitioning into small-screen projects. The “Avatar” actress has signed on for USA Network’s series “Political Animals,” the network said… More
Even though the time has long since passed when the sight of two women kissing on broadcast TV was considered shocking, it seems like networks are still squeamish when it comes to showing two men kissing. Last night, “Happy Endings” showed that it’s no big deal.
The folks at “Conan” wanted to latch onto the craze started by the “Puppy Bowl” so they decided to create a puppy-fied version of their show, called “Puppy Conan”. Boy, was it adorable.
Whoopi Goldberg is headed to “The Middle.” Goldberg will be sharing her point of view as Sue’s (Eden Sher) guidance counselor, series executive producer Eileen Heisler shared during the ABC comedy showrunners panel at TCA on Tuesday.
Call it Tuesday morning quarterbacking. The season’s best reviewed new series, ‘Lone Star,‘ the saga of a con man juggling two very different lives, disappointed Monday night, despite airing after… More