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LONDON -- Office work is over for John Krasinski. He's now a kick-ass action star. The Boston native, who played it mild-mannered for eight seasons on The Office, is all muscle as a CIA hero in the new Amazon Prime Video thriller Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan. The eight episode series is up now and available for
Some giants in the world of entertainment have passed away recently. Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul. Neil Simon, the prolific playwright behind "The Odd Couple" and one of the legendary writers of the sketch series that started it all, "Your Show of Shows." Robin Leach, the often imitated host of the giddy celebrity distraction
22 Minutes' players (l-r) Cathy Jones, Mark Critch, Trent McClellan, Shaun Majumder, Susan Kent and Meredith MacNeill CBC's The National sent a videographer all the way out to my house today in search of a comment so it must be news: come the new season, Shaun Majumder will not be back on This Hour Has
Every day, it seems, there's talk of another canceled TV show coming back in a new, re-booted version. This week, we learned Hulu is looking at renewing Veronica Mars with Kristen Bell back in the lead (good news for her Canadian co-star Rico Colantoni?). Kelsey Grammer, apparently, is wondering if the doctor might be back 
Fans of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Golden Girls and Hot in Cleveland may want to PVR “Betty White: First Lady of Television,” premiering Tuesday, Aug. 22 on PBS (check local listings). The documentary salutes the much loved, 96-year-old actress, whose career spans an unprecedented eight active decades in television. PBS has presented several
Zack Galifiniakas joins Jerry on the new season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, streaming now on Netflix Much as I love Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, there was something off about the latest season, the first parked in the Netflix garage. The 12 new episodes are as star-packed as ever, featuring a diverse cross
TV's reboot craze has gotten even crazier. First it was news about all these remakes of vintage shows such as Roseanne, Murphy Brown, Magnum, P.I., Will & Grace, The Facts of Life and maybe even Alf. Now comes word that one network will built a series around bring back a house from a sitcom from