When you're Patrick Warburton, there's no place to hide from adoring fans. Out on the streets, the 6'3" hulk of an actor is instantly recognizable for his television stints as Jeff Bingham on "Rules of Engagement," The Tick on the FOX cult favorite "The Tick" and Elaine Benes' lovably squinty boyfriend David Puddy on "Seinfeld." […]
You don't need to wait until Halloween to enjoy a good fright! If "The Conjuring" left you with nightmares, you have to watch its prequel "Annabelle" in theaters today.
Some famous faces took part in the most recent installment of the “Jimmy Kimmel Live” segment “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets,” reciting morsels of the vitriol that’s been hurled at them via Twitter.
Ruscio’s decades-long career also included roles in “The Godfather: Part III” and “Life Goes On”.
We explain the beard and long hair Larry David adopted for his new HBO movie "Clear History." And we highly recommend the movie too.
"All My Children" & "One Life to Live" Get Off to a Slow Start on OWN The ratings for the first week of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" on OWN are now available. Both shows averaged an underwhelming 0.1 Household rating, with individual episodes garnering between 666,000 and 154,000 Total Viewers, on […]
The real-life inspiration for the zany Kramer character on "Seinfeld" can now help fans say "I do." For years, Kenny Kramer has operated a tour of New York City sites made famous in the TV sitcom. Now, the Daily News says Kramer has become a licensed minister.
Jerry Seinfeld says his young children are now watching episodes of his old show "Seinfeld," but he has so far steered them away from "The Contest. Watch …
TV Land's upcoming sitcom "Kirstie" keeps getting more and more promising. Series star Kirstie Alley is already reuniting with her "Cheers" co-star Rhea Perlman on the show, which also features Michael Richards of "Seinfeld" as a series regular. Now Deadline.com is reporting that Kramer's old buddy George is also joining the party. "Seinfeld" alum Jason […]
"The Sopranos" has edged out "Seinfeld" as the best-written show in the history of television, according to The Writers Guild of America (WGA), with the groundbreaking HBO series getting the top nod. "No show has been more responsible for TV's storytelling renaissance," the WGA said. As determined by its members, the Writers Guild compiled its […]