James Caan knows his way around a baseball bat. As Little League coach for his son's team, Caan describes his style as "extremely enthusiastic." Adding, "I got thrown out three times. I chased two of the umpires over the fence with a baseball bat."
Take note: You will see a lot of Jerry O'Connell on his new CBS sitcom, "We Are Men," this fall. Like, a whole lot - he spends a great deal of time wearing a Speedo in every episode.
When 11-year-old, Adam P. Goldberg filmed his family on a clunky video cam in the 1980s, no one ever dreamed the content would end up anywhere but in an attic along with his Rubik’s Cube and cassette tapes.
Before the Tudors, there were the Plantagenets, who - despite being madder and badder than their successors - ruled the Kingdom of England for several hundred years. But when the dynasty was divided into the House of York and the House of Lancaster - each of which believed they were chosen to rule England - […]
Benjamin Bratt, the documentary’s narrator, said Latino representation on the screen is “seriously wanting.”
The wait is almost over. Since the debut of "Breaking Bad" in January 2008, this drama series - horrifying, funny, twisted and addictive - has kept its audience guessing.
In ABC's newest drama, "Lucky 7," Luis Antonio Ramos plays the unlucky former member of a convenience store lottery pool - the odd one out when his coworkers hit the jackpot. But Ramos feels pretty darn lucky with his role as a mechanic simply because he's not playing a gang member, murderer, or any other […]
Is “Low Winter Sun” poised to be AMC’s next “Breaking Bad?” The jury is still out on that, but the cable channel’s latest crime drama certainly has a similar DNA: Tortured and bald anti-hero trying to do the right thing—check.
As Woody Allen would famously declare five centuries later, "The heart wants what it wants." That goes double when you're England's dashing young King Edward IV, who, after he and Elizabeth Woodville meet cute on a forest trail, realizes he simply must have her.
Even though a single episode of Season 4 of “Downton Abbey” hasn’t aired, several members of the cast and Executive Producer Gareth Neame are already talking — unofficially, of course — about Season 5.