Andy Garcia was honored with a star at the official Miami Walk of Fame inaugural public ceremony while promoting his latest film, “Rio 2” on March 26th.
No one could imagine seeing the N-word in the title of a network TV show, but the B-word is OK with ABC.
Newt Gingrich is the latest to jump on the anti-“GCB” bandwagon as the fledgling ABC series about a group of high-strung, church-going women in Dallas draws unwanted attention.
ABC's new primetime soap "GCB" is catching holy hell for what some call a derogatory depiction of Christians. Now the disgruntlement is, uh, spreading, as Philadelphia Cream Cheese has yanked their ads from the series.
The promos for "GCB" (premiering Sunday, March 4 at 10/9c) coyly hint at what the initials stand for: the ABC comedic soap's original title, Good Christian Bitches. The name was seemingly shortened to prevent possible controversy. But what exactly is a GCB? Leslie Bibb, who plays Amanda, a former Mean Girl who is now the […]
Robert Scorpio is headed back to "General Hospital." Tristan Rogers will be returning to the soap in February where he will reunite with Finola Hughes, who is also reprising her role of Anna Devane.
"GCB" will offend neither Christians nor bitches. The stars and creator of the show formerly known as both "Good Christian Bitches" and "Good Christian Belles" are confident that the comedic soap opera, which tackles television's third rail, religion, will be embraced by the Texas Baptists that it chronicles.