The “circle of life” continues at Walt Disney’s kids’ networks, as “The Lion Guard,” the animated extension of the company’s 1994 “Lion King” franchise, has gotten a nod for a second season, along…
Ned Benson's double-whammy debut is a a curious and mostly absorbing investigation of the bust-up of a marriage as seen through the eyes of both respective parties.
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Drawing on inspiration from years working in her mother's toy store, Nee drew up a series -- about an African-American girl who runs a playhouse toy clinic -- that quickly became the No. 1 series for…
The most popular cable series among preschoolers, "Doc McStuffins," has earned a second-season renewal from Disney Channel and sibling Disney Junior.
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Disney Junior has begun production on "Doc McStuffins," a new series about a 6-year-old girl who communicates with and heals stuffed animals and toys.
A horror comedy much closer to the actor-riffing drollery of Edgar Wright and Christopher Guest than "Scary Movie"-style splatstick, "Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Undead" is one sly slice of the…
A 2002 Northern California murder case that brought national attention to violence against transsexuals, as Matthew Shepard's killing did to gay-bashing, is the focus of Shelly Prevost's "Trained in…
The sort of inherently colorful wedlock that might tempt "Jerry Springer"-type tabloid exploitation is granted respectful, insightful treatment in Emily Goldberg's "Venus of Mars." Likeable if…