HBO has given the ax to first-year comedies “Family Tree” and “Hello Ladies.” “Getting On,” another comedy that bowed in late November, is expected to return for a sophomore season. “Family Tree,”…
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London's Twickenham Studios hits 100 this year, but nearly didn't make it past 99 except for the doggedness of one of its execs and a Kenya-born British businessman.
"Family Tree" bears rather disappointing fruit, so droll and dry as to be nearly taste-free, with only the occasional hint of bite.
It's a family affair this year at the American Theater Wing's annual gala: The fundraising event will honor those members of the Redgrave family who have worked in the theater.
HBO has given a series order to Christopher Guest laffer "Family Tree," to be produced out of the U.K. by NBCUniversal Intl. TV.
Gabrielle Union, Jena Malone, Zach Gilford and "Mad Men" thesp John Slattery are set to star in the indie dramedy "Family Tree."
Show doesn't just tug at the heartstrings; rather, it yanks, twists and defibrillates them.
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