"Red Band Society" is set to air episode five, "So Tell Me What You Want, What You Really, Really Want," at 9pm tonight on FOX. But don't be surprised if you don't see one of your favorite nurses, Kenji, played by Wilson Cruz working the hospital halls.
Xfinity Latino caught up with Nolan Sotillo to talk about his character on “Red Band Society” Jordi Palacios, a newly admitted patient suffering from Ewing Sarcoma.
Teen dramas currently run the gamut of mystery in "Pretty Little Liars," werewolves in "Teen Wolf" and LGBT-centric with "Faking It" but Fox's new series "Red Band Society" goes to an unlikely place to set a teen drama - a pediatric wing of a hospital. No, we don't have a teen dying off each week but death […]
Fall TV LGBT Characters (New): In case you missed it, I posted a listing of the LGBT characters we'll be seeing this fall in such new offerings as "The Flash," "Red Band Society" and more. Check it out here and keep checking back as I'll have a similar list soon for all the returning shows. […]
We’ve literally seen Wilson Cruz grow up on our televisions from a teen in “My So-Called Life” to LGBT activist with GLAAD all the while continuing to build a body of work that includes series like “Grey’s Anatomy” and films like “He’s Just Not That Into You.” His latest role is on one of the hottest new […]
I know you’re enjoying the warm summer weather but aren’t you looking forward to TV’s new fall shows?
Fresh off the news that it delivered its most watched quarter in its history, OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network started the day with more big news.
he "Murder She Wrote" reboot starring Octavia Spencer has been canned, according to Deadline.com. In October, news broke that the Oscar-winning actress would star in an updated version of the beloved, long-running CBS series that starred Angela Lansbury as amateur sleuth J.B. Fletcher.
Oprah Winfrey, Octavia Spencer, and Lupita Nyong’o are among the six actresses chosen for The Hollywood Reporter‘s annual ‘Actress Roundtable.’
Angela Lansbury says “it’s a mistake” for NBC to call a new series “Murder, She Wrote.”