Robin Williams


NEW YORK, N.Y.–“I was a teenager who loved rock ‘n roll, especially Elvis,” says Art Hindle. The veteran Canadian actor, who starred on such shows as E.N.G. and Dallas, was one of millions who tuned in to The Ed Sullivan Show exactly 50 years ago.  “My girlfriend insisted I sit there and watch the Sullivan show

Williams, Gellar and Wolk on the set of The Crazy Ones How Crazy is this: Pam Dawber is guesting on The Crazy Ones. Her old Mork & Mindy co-star, Robin Williams, confirmed it Monday but the rumour was out there over a week ago when TCA members were on set during the winter TCA press

Thursdays, long dominated by CTV in Canada (and coveted by advertisers across North America), suddenly looks to be in play. Not at 8 p.m., where The Big Bang Theory remains Canada’s most-watched series. Grey’s Anatomy, however, is not as dominant as it has been in the past, and at 10 p.m., Global will win with Elementary.A bit of a

Williams (centre) flanked by Crazy colleagues Gellar and EP Jason Winer BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.–Want to make Robin Williams laugh? Call his a Sad Clown.That’s what one critic did Monday on CBS’s TCA press tour presentation for The Crazy Ones. The comedy, coming this fall to CBS and City, stars Williams as the head of an

Williams, Damon, Kimmel and Garcia: bound and gagged For ten years and over 1200 shows, Jimmy Kimmel has been goofing on Matt Damon. They were engaged in a showbiz tradition as old as Jack Benny and Fred Allen or W.C. Fields and Charlie McCarthy and even further back into radio days–a feud.Unlike Letterman and Leno,