5 items from 2014
Trish Bendix isn’t happy with how Faking It ended its first season. Bendix writes in The Hollywood Reporter that the ending destroys Faking It‘s credibility in handling lesbian characters. (Spoilers await you at the link.)
Just hours before debuting the fifth season, ABC Family ordered two more seasons of Pretty Little Liars. That will keep the campy horror soap on the air until 2016. With seven seasons, I believe that should make it ABC Family’s longest-running series.
I’m still hoping it turns out they really are getting texts from Hillary.
Does the timing of the Game of Thrones finale hint at a major spoiler from the books? (Again, it’s a major spoiler, so click at your own risk.)
Why does a premium channel like HBO put up so much of one of its shows, Last Week Tonight, for free on the web? Hitfix‘s Alan »
- Lyle Masaki
This story first appeared in the March 14 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. The real estate ripple effect continues on a grand scale at Bighorn, an ultra-exclusive golf club 14 miles east of downtown Palm Springs. Mary Hart and Burt Sugarman, Warner Bros.' Dan Fellman, Legendary Entertainment's Bruce Rosenblum and producer Jerry Weintraub have houses in the 1,500-acre community, where properties go for as much as $40 million. Two 25,000-square-foot houses are under construction, part of a shift toward more massive desert retreats. "That's a substantial size for a second home,"
- Alexandria Abramian
Et's Mary Hart recently sat down with Cindy Crawford and her husband Rande Gerber when the talk turned to their close relationship with George Clooney, and the supermodel revealed that there's actually a shred of truth to their viral commercial together for Gerber and Clooney's Casamigos Tequila, in which she and Clooney are in bed together!
"I woke up at like midnight with the kids sandwiched on either side…and I snuck into the guest room and I saw Rande laying face down on the bed with the lights still on and I was like 'Wow, they really drank a lot if he still has his clothes on,'" she recalled. "So, I get on the bed and I'm like 'Babe, you got to wake up' and babe turns his head and it wasn't [Rande], it was George. I was »
NBC may have cancelled Sean Saves the World but it is already working on another Glbt-inclusive program. The network is developing a comedy from out 2 Broke Girls writer Liz Feldman called One Big Happy. The series is about a lesbian and her straight male best friend who decide to have a baby together, only to have things complicated when he meets the love of his life. The project is co-produced by Ellen DeGeneres.
NBC has also ordered a comedy pilot that teams up Happy Endings creator David Caspe with his fiance Casey Wilson (who played Penny). Marry Me follows a couple who have been together for a long time but are surprised to see their relationship dynamic change after getting engaged.
- Lyle Masaki
Check out more first look photos from the episode below:
5 items from 2014
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