If Sean Hayes helped break ground on "Will & Grace," all he saves here is the TV-given right to roll out retreads.
From the September 24, 2013 issue of Variety
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No matter how many next-day TV ratings stories I write, I'm still the embodiment of the headache networks and advertisers suffer from these days.
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Three years ago the actor-producer created the Kevin Spacey Foundation to train emerging talent in the performing arts. The foundation enlists experienced mentors and provides scholarships and grants…
Primetime is so overpopulated by petite, model-thin size zeroes it's refreshing to see a protagonist who isn't, especially when it's an ebullient presence like the one Rebel Wilson plays in ABC's…