For several years, Israel has been at the forefront of countries exporting TV program content to the United States. Keshet, where Showtime's "Homeland" has its roots, holds the lion's share of…
Mara Brock Akil put on a hard hat and got out a hammer and nails to rebuild "The Game" for the BET sitcom's sixth season, which bows March 26.
Strong perfs from the two "exes" save this indie from a surfeit of self-deprecating charm. Femme interest seems likely to be inadequate to propel the pic beyond its Nov. 28 limited release.
Despite the admirable efforts of its three well-cast leads to affectingly illuminate all the facets of their complicated, even contradictory characters, Ya-che Yang's "Girlfriend Boyfriend" comes off…
A show unsuited for the bigtime and probably best seen in tiny venues.
Consistently absorbing and ultimately affecting, "Invisible Girlfriend" is a textbook example of what can result when savvy documentarians fortuitously connect (or, in this case, reconnect) with an…
A second-rate sex farce proves passably amusing at times, but pic is mostly clunky and vaguely unsavory.
Bill Martin and Mike Schiff ("Grounded for Life") have been named exec producer-showrunners of CBS comedy project "We Need Girlfriends."
Steven Soderbergh will direct "The Girlfriend Experience," a feature that focuses on the world of prostitution from the vantage point of a $10,000-a-night call girl.
Some films take a swift, straight route into production, but others follow a long and winding road. The latter was certainly the case for Julian Kemp's "My Last Five Girlfriends," which finally shot…
Mara Brock Akil is a class act. The creator/exec producer of "Girlfriends" proved that on Thursday in statement aimed at quelling the bitter response from fans of her long-running UPN-cum-CW sitcom…
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