Star Ari Graynor likens CBS’ new half-hour laffer "Bad Teacher" to a 1980's throwback comedy that both adults and children can watch together. "There's nothing dirty in it which is so rare these…
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CBS has added a sixth new comedy to its 2013-14 season slate, giving a series order to Sony Pictures TV’s adaptation of the 2011 Cameron Diaz starrer “Bad Teacher.” DEVELOPMENT SCORECARD: Track…
Driven by the discreet charm of lead Craig Robinson, writer-helmer Tina Gordon Chism's domestic comedy holds together just well enough.
The 55th Grammy Awards kicked off at Staples Center Sunday afternoon with the announcement of the first winners at the pre-telecast ceremony at the Nokia Theatre.
Lionsgate has set a June 29 launch for the comedy "Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection" and moved back two other Perry titles -- "We the Peeples" and "The Marriage Counselor."
When Audra McDonald joins Norm Lewis in singing "I Loves You, Porgy," their duet will thrill "Porgy and Bess" newcomers and purists alike. But when McDonald delivers a newly devised reprise of…
Operatic aspirations are replaced with the accessibility, theatricality and showbiz savvy of a Broadway musical in Diane Paulus' bright, beautiful and tuner-centric re-envisioning of "Porgy and…
Once upon a time, fairy tales were told with beauty, wit, simplicity and charm, a tradition that seems increasingly a thing of the past in "Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil."
David Alan Grier has signed on to "Race," the new play by David Mamet that bows on Broadway in the fall.
It's no "Scary Movie," but the pic delivers just enough laughs to justify its existence.
After a promising start, NBC's "DAG" runs for cover. Weighed down by a conventional structure and predictable laughs, "In Living Color" alum David Alan Grier comes up short in his first leading-man…