Harmless, but about as inspiring as any forgotten sitcom from the Reagan Era.
Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired North American rights to Todd Berger's comedy "It's a Disaster," which premiered in June at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
A toxic device detonated in downtown Los Angeles ruins an otherwise routine couples' brunch in the slow to start, fun to finish "It's a Disaster," a smart, character-driven chamber play in which the…
There's almost no such thing as an unknown anymore in TV. Though plenty of roles remain to be filled in this season's TV pilot casting, true newcomers remain relatively few and far between.
CBS is giving a big vote of confidence to frosh laffer "Gary Unmarried," while the Eye's "Worst Week" and NBC's "Medium" also scored additional episodic orders late Friday.
Fox sent out five episodes of this new sitcom, which proved instructive, because the more you see of it, the less there is to like. A semi-riff on "The Wonder Years" with elements of "Big" the show…
NBC's "Behind the Camera" series -- a compendium of movies mostly raiding ABC hits of the 1970s -- goes biopic with this dissection of "Mork & Mindy," which is really the Robin Williams version of "A…
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