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Kim Fields, the actress America watched grow up on "The Facts of Life" and "Living Single," has become known in recent years for her "Holiday Love" Christmas specials. 2013 sees the premiere of the fourth installment, which Fields produced and directed during the third trimester of her recent pregnancy.
Fields tells Zap2it that she just had to jump into the undertaking of directing a two-hour movie while seven months pregnant.
"You can't think about it too much because then you're like, 'I can't do this, I need to sit down somewhere.'" she laughs. "I didn't think about it from the standpoint of 'I can't do this,' because I was in great health. When you're 44 and having a baby, you have to do a check-up practically every hour, so we knew I was safe and the baby was safe. We had a great support team."
"There's a picture of me that I absolutely love, »
Birthday shoutouts go to Sir Kenneth Branagh (above), who is 53, Bobby Flay is 49, Raven Symone is 28, Susan Dey is 61, and Gloria Loring is 67. In addition to siring Robin Thicke and singing The Facts of Life theme song, she also gave us one of the greatest duets of the 80′s, which peaked at #2 in 1986.
Happy Endings is returning to TV! Calm down … not with new episodes. Vh-1 has announced that they’ve acquired all three seasons of the late, lamented series, and will air them starting with “a marathon of every episode beginning December 31 at 8 Pm running through New Year’s Day before settling into its new home on Wednesday nights from 7-9 Pm, beginning January 8.”
Agnieszka Holland will direct NBC’s four-hour miniseries remake of Rosemary’s Baby. No word on casting yet.
"The Facts of Life" remains to be one of the most loved classic TV sitcoms ever. Originally airing on NBC from 1979 to 1988, it was the longest running sitcom of the 80s.
On Tuesday (Dec. 3), cast member Kim Fields welcomed a second baby with her husband Christopher L. Morgan. Born at 10:30 a.m. Et, the baby boy has been named Quincy Xavier Morgan, brother to 6 1/2 year old Sebastian.
The news that Tootie Ramsey has two kids made us wonder: What are the rest of her cast members up to now?
Along with her two sons, Fields' next project is "Holiday Love: The Rebirth," a holiday special she directed and executive produced with her husband.
The actress who played Blair Warner toughed it out on "Survivor: Phillipines" despite not being a fan of reality TV. She even made it to the finals, but lost in the end to Denise Stapley. »
Fields, 44, and her hubby, Christopher L. Morgan, welcomed son Quincy Xavier Morgan on Tuesday in Atlanta. The baby boy weighed in at 8 lbs, 8 oz.
Baby Quincy joins big brother Sebastian, 6. "We are so blessed and grateful to God for this newest gift to our family," Fields and Morgan said of their son's birth.
Fields' next project is Holiday Love: The Rebirth, a holiday special that she directed and executive produced with her husband. »
It's two for Tootie! Kim Fields welcomed her second son with her husband Christopher Morgan, her rep confirms to Us Weekly. The Facts of Life alum gave birth on Tuesday, Dec. 3. "We are so blessed and grateful to God for this newest gift to our family," the couple tells Us. Fields and the Broadway actor named their new bundle of joy Quincy Xavier. He weighed in at 8 lbs., 8 oz. The Living Single actress first announced she was expecting during an episode of the talk show [...] »
Lisa Whelchel has tried every exercise in the book - and she's suffered the injuries to prove it. "I hurt my shoulder playing racquetball, I have a lower back injury from an aerobics class and I messed up my feet while training to climb Mount Whitney," she tells People. "Even on Survivor, when I did the mud challenge, I developed sciatica that has continued to give me trouble." So what's an active gal to do? "I decided to make my own exercise video," says Whelchel, who turned 50 in May. "It's a doable full-body workout that you can do in 20 minutes. »
- Steve Helling
When Adam F. Goldberg created his 1980s-set ABC sitcom The Goldbergs, he knew he needed to include a catchy title tune. "The '80s was the Golden Age of theme songs," he says. "From Golden Girls to The Facts of Life to Silver Spoons, people sometimes remember the theme songs more than they remember the show."
Goldberg co-wrote the theme song for his last comedy, Fox's short-lived Breaking In. This time, he decided to contact his favorite band...
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- Michael Schneider
HBO has renewed Boardwalk Empire for another season, the network announced today, completely spoiling the cliffhanger of whether or not America existed past the 1924. Indeed it did, as it turns out, and there were still gangsters, and meetings those gangsters were clearly annoyed at having to attend, and other things that so defined the Roaring Twenties. Obviously it’s too soon to say what that fifth season will be about, but as always it probably pays to look at The Facts Of Life model. In that case, we can predict that Nucky will open his own baked goods shop »
Fxx gets its game face on tonight with the launch of new seasons of three hit shows: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The League and late-night talker Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell, which is going from weekly to nightly. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (10pm) Whether the average viewer knows it or not, Season 9 can be quite problematic for a TV show. Roseanne’s lottery fever dream. The Facts of Life without Mrs. Garrett. Scrubs: Med School. Even the best ideas just eventually run out of steam. That’s why it’s so fun to report that It’s Always Sunny Season [...]
The post Fxx launches new seasons of It’s Always Sunny, The League, Totally Biased With W. Kamau Bell appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Stacey Harrison
When Nickelodeon first launched in 1977, it seemed like little more than a child's answer to Saturday Night Live and MTV. In fact, it wasn't until Nickelodeon debuted the Canadian sketch series You Can't Do That on Television in the U.S. that this nascent network began to gain real traction amongst fans of all ages. Before too long, the basic cable channel became quite popular, especially with the launch of it's Nick At Nite line-up featuring such "classic" shows as Alf, The Facts of Life, Growing Pains and many others throughout the years. Viewership certainly proceeded to explode, turning it into one of today's favorite hubs for nostalgia of all kinds.
Nickelodeon had officially arrived in the 1990s, taking its signature brand to the big screen with Nickelodeon Movies in 1995. It wasn't until 1997, though, that this film division made its most iconic and beloved movie of all time: Good Burger. »
Actor George Clooney is one of a few individuals who successfully transitioned from television stardom to movie stardom, going from shows such as ER and The Facts of Life to movies such as From Dusk Til Dawn and Out of Sight. His career has seen him work with distinguished filmmakers such as Steven Soderbergh, the Coen Brothers, and Terrence Malick, thus making many interested in his transition to a role behind the camera as well as in front of it. His newest feature sees Clooney take on acting and directing duties, as well as co-writing the screenplay with Good Night, and Good Luck collaborator Grant Heslov. The first trailer for the film, titled The Monuments Men, has now been released, and can be seen below.
(Source: A.V. Club)
- Deepayan Sengupta
Tootie is expecting!Former "Facts of Life" star Kim Fields is pregnant with her second child. The 44-year-old revealed the news during the taping of "The Real" which airs next week.It'll be the second child for Kim and her husband Christopher Morgan. The couple, who married in 2007, have a son named Sebastian."Sebastian and Christopher are very excited. We're very, very blessed," Kim said. "It was planned. We've actually been trying for a couple years. We had gotten pregnant twice and [miscarried]. Chris and I were very blessed to really have one another, to have our family and friends and our God to really get us through that."The pregnancy wasn't the only thing that was planned; Kim and Christopher already have a named picked out. Find out the baby's name below:It's hard to believe "The Facts of Life" premiered 34 years ago this August! Kim -- who was the youngest »
- tooFab Staff
Kim Fields is pregnant with her second child and she's already decided on a name! The Facts of Life star, 44, announced she and husband Christopher Morgan are expecting their second son during an upcoming episode of The Real, taped earlier this week. "This is Quincy Xavier," Fields said, holding her baby bump. "He's a boy, yes." The couple, who married in July 2007, are already parents to son Sebastian, 6. "We're very, very blessed," Fields added. "It was planned. We actually had been trying for a [...] »
Birthday shoutouts go to Tom Daley (above), who is 19, Gotye is 33, and Mr. T is 61, fool. A Case Against Marriage by a Single Gay Man. Wham! with George Michael. Jon Bon Jovi is not having any of Bieber‘s bullshit. Mission Not Accomplished: The Anti-Gay Murder of Mark Carson Should Be a Wake-Up Call.
TV Line is reporting that USA remains “seriously interested” in picking up Happy Endings.
They also report that Revenge may do a “time-jump” when the series returns for Season Three.
My gift to all of you. You’re welcome.
Kathy Griffin talks about the hard-to-please lesbian fans and … President Orman. I’m so there.
Here’s the newest trailer for The Wolverine, with extra focus on the Japan backdrop.
And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out athlete/performer and feature a daily pic and career timeline. We »
Nina Shaw has demonstrated a keen eye for emerging talent over the years, from Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx, signed when he was ensemble player on Fox TV’s sketch comedy “In Living Color” in the early 1990s, to Ava DuVernay, whom she helped transition from publicist to best director winner at Sundance for “Middle of Nowhere” in 2012.
But according to Shaw — who’s being honored on April 16 as 2013 Entertainment Lawyer of the Year by the Beverly Hills Bar Assn. — the secret to her success is more elemental. “I’m incredibly tenacious, but I also try so hard in my work to really listen to people and address their point of view,” says Shaw, who co-founded the firm Del, Shaw, Moonves, Tanaka and Finkelstein with Ernest Del in 1989. “In the end I always remember who I’m an advocate for.”
Recent beneficiaries of that advocacy include talkshow host Arsenio Hall, whom she »
- Todd Longwell
Da Vinci's Demons spreads its wings tonight.
Patrick Duffy says he'd like to participate in a Step by Step reunion movie and that it would be interesting to see how the Lambert family grew up. I just hope such a series spawns a serious topical drama that desperately adds a laugh track when ratings tank, giving the Tgif generation a The Bradys of their own.
You've seen me complain that the dark side of a golden age of television is a too-full DVR that make it challenging to keep up with all the good shows (as well as the guilty pleasures and hate watching) available. It also means that shows like Southland and Switched at Birth don't quite get the attention they deserve. I'm still looking for time to get caught up on Game of Thrones, much less time to get to that third episode of Top of the Lake. »
In the next installment of Amy Poehler's winning online interview series "Smart Girls at the Party," Poehler gets positively giddy interviewing an idol: Irma Kalish, who became the first woman to be made producer (and eventually executive producer) of a television series with her work on Good Times. She was also the head writer of 227, executive producer of The Facts of Life, and a writer on dozens of other now-classic comedies that were appointment viewing in the Poehler household, including All in the Family, The Bob Newhart Show, I Dream of Jeannie, The Love Boat, and Maude. Vulture has your first look at the interview, which includes this exchange about Poehler's favorite comedy, All in the Family: "Were the actors nice?" "The actors were nice ... " "You hesitated — who was your favorite?" "Norman Lear was my favorite." Don't forget to stay for the dance party. »
- Denise Martin
Since this week's "Glee" episode is "Guilty Pleasures," I feel that I should begin by admitting a guilty pleasure of my own: I liked this episode. I mean, I really liked it a lot. So if you were planning to read this with the intent of mocking "Glee" (something that usually would be fair), you may be disappointed.
Sorry. This was just too fun to hate. Way to live your theme, "Glee"!
The guilty pleasures begin with Blaine (Darren Criss) indulging in his private pleasure, Sam (Chord Overstreet). It seems that the blond bombshell has been stealing macaroni for the purpose of creating detailed images of Emma Stone, LeAnn Rimes, Ralph Macchio, the guys from "Duck Dynasty" and Kurt.
These incredible works of pasta art inspire the boys to take over the glee club (Will is sick. Finn is roaming the country, defending the honor of scorned ladies. »
It's a peek at what could have been when The Office goes to "The Farm".
I'm just thrilled at the news that Jonathan Del Arco has been promoted to a series regular for the second season of Major Crimes. Dr. Morales has been way too much fun for the little screen time he's gotten, so I've been hoping this would happen.
Last night, Ed Schultz announced that his show is moving to a two-hour weekend time slot next month, which opens up a major prime time slot on the news channel. If I'm reading the New York Times' item correctly, the new prime time host could be announced later this morning, with Chris Hayes, Ezra Klein and Joy Reid mentioned as front runners. That might explain why Klein has been making so many guest-hosting appearances lately.
Is anyone really surprised?
Viewers are still reeling over last week's Dallas cliffhanger, which found Pam opening her shower door to see the supposedly dead Bobby lathering up with Sue Ellen's boy toy Peter. Producers are keeping mum, but admit that this will take Bobby in a "new direction" next season.
Not to be outdone, Remington Steele will have a surprise for viewers when the show comes back next season: The title character will come out of the closet! Tptb explain, "It will be done very naturally and matter-of-factly. All these years, viewers thought Remington was British, but it turns out ... he's just gay."
Trouble seems to be brewing on the set of Growing Pains, as a potentially historic plot twist may be quashed. Producers were planning on having teen idol Kirk Cameron 's character Mike Seaver question his sexuality, leading to sexual experimentation with best friend Boner, and »
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