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Great news! Tina Fey is producing a new show, another sitcom set in a television studio, and it’s called…”Great News.” Andrea Martin stars as a woman who becomes an intern at her daughter’s television news show. It premieres April 25, […]

Is time universal? Is everything connected? Albert Einstein revolutionized the way we think about the universe and even the way we think about science. In National Geographic’s engaging new series “Genius” we see Einstein as a young patent clerk in […]

Five Came Back: A Story of Hollywood and the Second World War, is a book by Mark Harris about five of the greatest directors of all time who joined the war effort to document it and to promote morale at […]

The Dinotrux face the biggest and baddest challenges yet in all-new episodes of DreamWorks Dinotrux! When D-Structs teams with other villains, Splitter, Blayde, and Pounder, the Dinotrux must enlist the community and use their smartest builds to keep the crater […]

Sesame Street’s television series has a new character. Her name is Julia, she loves bubbles, and she has autism. Julia has already been a Sesame Street online character, and it is great to see her on ths whow, letting families […]

Dan Stevens has been best known as Matthew Crawley in “Downton Abbey,” but this week he seems to be everywhere, starring opposite Emma Watson as the prince and the Beast in “Beauty and the Beast,” and opposite Anne Hathaway in […]

My friend and fellow critic Sandie Angulo Chen has a Women’s History Month column on Mom 2.0 featuring women writers describing the TV characters who inspired them, from Starbuck on “Battlestar Galactica” to the TV moms on “The Cosby Show,” […]

The first episode of Frankly Faraci is premiering March 21, 2017 on Dove Channel, Featuring The Piano Guys. In each episode, Matthew Faraci talks with someone who is doing great things in the world because of their Christian faith. Guest […]

March 20 and 21, 2017, be sure to tune in to see a two-part crossover musical treat starring Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) and Flash (Grant Gustin), with a special appearance from Benoist’s “Glee” co-star Darren Criss. The cast also includes Broadway […]

Mindy Kaling’s “The Mindy Project” has a sharp season ender as Mindy, applying for a job, gets to see how her life would be different if she were white and male.  The white male version of Mindy is played by […]