He started by playing the young Chris Rock in "Everybody Hates Chris," and Tyler James Williams is now earning laughs sprouting a giant Afro in the hit Sundance satire "Dear White People." He's also…
Everybody Hates Chris
In one of those strange twists TV tends to produce, Nickelodeon and ABC have churned out almost exactly the same sitcom within a week of each other, only with different titles and racial make-ups…
The CW announced this week that it has acquired the U.S. broadcast rights to Canadian comedy series “Seed,” signalling that the network’s plan to add more comedy to its lineup is well underway…
“Are We There Yet” exec producer Ali LeRoi has been elected prexy of Humanitas. LeRoi (pictured left with Chris Rock) takes the reins of the org, which administers the Humanitas Prize and writer…
A chillingly plausible and responsibly handled attempt to dramatize the disturbing bond between the two men behind the 2002 Beltway sniper attacks.
Tyler James Williams will star in Disney Channel original movie "Let It Shine," a gospel/hip-hop musical adaptation of "Cyrano De Bergerac" that will premiere on the cabler in summer 2012.
Tom Fontana has been elected prexy of the board of the Humanitas org, succeeding John Wells.
Disney XD has ordered live-action comedy "Lab Rats" to series, with a 2012 premiere scheduled.
Aron Abrams, writer and producer on TV comedies "Everybody Hates Chris" and "King of the Hill," died suddenly Saturday on the Big Island of Hawaii while on vacation. He was 50.
So innocuous and retro-minded it could have easily found a place on ABC's "TGIF" lineup circa 1994.
Here's an upcoming show for me on BET: "Crews Control," a reality docu skein revolving around thesp Terry Crews, best known as the dad from "Everybody Hates Chris," his wife of 20 years, Rebecca…
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