Murphy, Lange & Sarandon make Feud feisty fun

You’d have to think Joan Crawford and Bette Davis would have cackled over last week’s spectacular screw up at the Oscars. The sight of Hollywood’s elite being humiliated on stage in from of millions around the world probably would have taken 10 years off each of their faces. Executive producer/director Ryan Murphy  pays homage to both… Read on



TCA17: Lange, Sarandon are fabulous in “Feud”

PASADENA, Calif. — Hard to top Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon for star power here at TCA17. The two no-nonsense Oscar-winners star in Feud: Bette & Joan, an eight-hour series from executive producer Ryan Murphy (The People v. O.J. Simpson). The homage to Hollywood past casts Lange and Sarandon as two other formidable Oscar-winning actresses:  Joan Crawford… Read on


Verdict is in on “People v. O.J.”: TV’s Best Drama

The best drama on television ends its season tonight and everybody already knows how it ends. American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson signs off with a 99-minute finale Tuesday starting at 10 p.m. ET. on FX and FX Canada. SPOILER ALERT: O.J. gets off. What makes this series so compelling isn’t the way… Read on


People v. O.J. Simpson remains TV’s top drama draw

Did you, like me, wonder for a split second if executive producer Ryan Murphy buried that knife on Rockingham just to drum up publicity for American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson? This taut and terrific FX series needs no publicity stunts. Half way into the 10-episodes, Murphy and his crew have delivered on the… Read on



Don’t miss a minute of The People v. O.J. Simpson

I’m sitting in an airport eatery (Wahlburgers–try the Dad burger). People keep walking past, a few take the moving sidewalk. I can’t help thinking of those old O.J. Simpson ads where he’s running through a terminal, trying to chase down a rent-a-car. Yes, I’m that old. Old or young, you’ll want to check out the premiere… Read on


Fall Preview Tuesday: not much new to Scream about

Three new network shows premiere Tuesday along with new episodes of some old favourites: NCIS is back, with Jon Cryer guest starring as a surgeon. So Gibbs is in good hands then (gulp). Starts at 8 p.m. ET on CBS/Global. Also at 8 is the two-hour premiere of the new Ryan Murphy series Scream Queens (Fox,… Read on


Upfronts 2015: Fox anything but Idol

On Monday, Fox announced its new schedule for fall. You can find their full details here. Short order “event” series and comic book cross overs continue to emerge as the network survival strategy. That the reality/talent show ship has sailed is signaled with the announced demise of American Idol, for six straight seasons the most-watched… Read on