Marilyn King, songstress, actress and last surviving member of Grammy-nominated jazz group the King Sisters, died Wednesday in Laguna Niguel, Calif., surrounded by her family after fighting cancer…
King of the Hill
Dennis Burkley, a character actor known for his brawny roles as truckers, bikers and rednecks, along with a stint as the voice of Principal Moss on Fox's “King of the Hill,” died in his sleep in…
Aside from enough references to propane to make “King of the Hill” proud, “Under the Dome’s” second week brought to mind “Lost” — and not in a good way. CBS made only one episode of the series…
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Sony has tapped “The Simpsons” and “King of the Hill” comedy writer Jon Vitti to pen a screenplay for the studio’s upcoming 3D toon based on the Angry Birds app from Rovio Entertainemnt. Vet producer…
Calling Matt Groening the "Johnny Appleseed of animation writers,"
The quiet of Bento Box's offices is broken by a series of screams, interspersed with loud thumps. Heads look up from computer workstations to see that it is not an incident of escalating workplace…
A strong core of emotional believability and thematic interest inhabits Steven Drukman's "The Prince of Atlantis."
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.
"King of the Hill" will get a proper sendoff with an hourlong series finale set to air Sept. 13.
Fox is closing the book on "Mad TV" after 14 seasons. Net confirmed Wednesday that the Saturday night sketch series, which had barely escaped cancellation in recent years, will end its run at the end…
Reports of "King of the Hill's" dethronement may have been premature. At least one network has expressed interest in "King," which was handed its pinkslip just last week by Fox.