This well-cast but seldom funny satire reps a missed opportunity.
John from Cincinnati
SyFy has cast Emily Rose ("John From Cincinnati") as the lead in its upcoming series "Haven," which the network said will premiere later this year.
Hot off the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences nomination vote-tallying machine, here are the top 10 finalists for Emmy noms in the comedy and drama series heats. The final noms will be…
Why, oh why, do I have to work?! I'm told that David Milch is holding one of his discourses on writing today and tomorrow at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills. Having attended one of his…
That rumble you might've heard earlier this week eminating from the Westside wasn't the screams of youngsters on the Ferris Wheel at the pier but the folks at HBO's Santa Monica headquarters. With…
HBO managed only 910,000 total viewers for the Sunday debut of "Tell Me You Love Me," its sexually explicit drama focusing on three problem-plagued couples and their female therapist.
In truth, what little I know about HBO's intentions regarding a "John from Cincinnati" DVD set boils down to this: Yes, they intend to put one out, but it won't be until next year. People who know…
SPOILER ALERT FOR ANYONE WHO HASN'T SEEN THE FINALE OF "JOHN FROM CINCINNATI." (This post updated Monday evening, after thinking more about all that Mr. Milch had to say this a.m.)"Each character…
Watching the season finale of "Big Love" last night and seeing Bill Paxton making out with his wannabe girlfriend/fourth wife to be Branka Katic (Ana the waitress), I wondered why it's OK for him to…
Been a tough couple of weeks for "John from Cincinnati" fans. First, the show that its most ardent fans have embraced as life-altering (or at least mood-altering, eh?) gets unceremoniously dumped by…