I’ve interviewed hundreds of TV and movie stars. Only one treated me to a full-throated, operatic aria: Paul Sorvino. The New York native, famed for playing gangsters or cops in film (“Goodfellas”) and television (the original Law & Order), passed away July 25 at 83. In 2017, me and a few other reporters met Sorvino
Upfront Week in Canada used to be like walking the midway during the peak years of the Canadian National Exhibition: crowded and sticky. Now, as we emerge from the pandemic, things are slowly shifting back into live, in-person events — or at least evolving into a new hybrid mode of virtual and live. Take Tuesday’s
Court is be back in session with the return of the original Law & Order. The series upon which executive producer Dick Wolf built an empire is back after a 20 year run (1990-2010) and then being “paused” for over a decade. In Canada, it joins the Citytv schedule on Thursday nights, throwing City to the
Court will be back in session when Law & Order returns Feb. 24 on NBC. The series upon which executive producer Dick Wolf built an empire is returning after a 20 year run and then being “paused” since 2010. NBC ended their Television Critics Association virtual press session Friday with a Law & Order panel.
Swifter, Higher, Stronger. No, that’s not the latest COVID-19 variant. That’s the motto for the Olympic Games, taking place this month in Beijing. With people just allowed (again) back into restaurants and movie theatres, are viewers ready for another international sports competition? It seems like the Summer Games from Japan were less than a year
Every May, for over 70 years, the U.S. networks have been announcing what shows will be joining their schedules next fall and which shows will be canceled. This used to be a big deal. Not so much anymore as the network share of the overall TV audience continues to set records in the wrong direction.
Used to be famous people died in threes but nowadays the obits never stop. Here are three familiar faces who made you watch for years, even if you never knew their names. Jack Riley pretty much stole every scene he was in for six seasons on The Bob Newhart Show. The Cleveland native died last Friday