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TV Land released Hot in Cleveland: Season Four on DVD this week, giving Hot in Cleveland fans a chance to catch up with or relive their favorite moments from this past season. Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and Betty White star in this hit comedy series, which featured a Mary Tyler Moore Show reunion with Valerie Harper, Cloris Leachman and Georgia Engel this season, along with a live episode. We have a giveaway running where fans can win this new DVD set to add to their collection. Take a look at how you can win.
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TV Land debuted its new comedy "Kirstie" Wednesday (Dec. 4), a sitcom starring "Cheers" alums Kirstie Alley and Rhea Perlman plus "Seinfeld" alum Michael Richards. One would think with the sitcom pedigree gracing the small screen for TV Land's new "Kirstie," the comedy would be better.
Unfortunately, the show looks and feels like something made 20 years ago -- except not as funny as the gems of 20 years ago. The laughs, when there are some, are cheap. A Viagra joke? "Suck it, Angelina Jolie," as if she cares about some Broadway actress being put on the cover of People.
As if a Broadway diva would be on the cover of People. Is this set in the 1950s?
It's not devoid of bright spots -- there was a lovely moment when Alley's character Maddie is telling assistant Thelma (Perlman) about giving her son up for adoption. "I'm not a mother," she concludes, »
One of Kirstie Alley's greatest joys is to cheer viewers, and she's getting back to that mission weekly.
After her stints on "Cheers" and "Veronica's Closet," plus her two spins on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars," the Emmy winner is now the star and an executive producer of the aptly titled TV Land sitcom "Kirstie." The show debuts with back-to-back episodes Wednesday, Dec. 4, but one of the ironies of the title is that her character has a different name.
Alley's newest alter ego is Madison "Maddie" Banks, a Broadway diva whose glamorous and self-centered life is upended by the sudden reappearance of a part of her past: Arlo (Eric Petersen), the now-grown son she gave up for adoption long ago. Deciding to make a new start with her sometimes star-struck offspring, Maddie is counseled by her assistant, Thelma (Alley's "Cheers" mate Rhea Perlman) and chauffeur Frank (Michael Richards, alias »
TV Land has solidified a solid base of original programming over the last few years, and even if they weren’t all solid gold, they’ve put out some real winners. Love them or hate them, you have to appreciate the effort. Airing old shows from the ’80s was doing well enough, so why not spit out a few originals that lean toward ’80s sit-com sensibilities, and if we can throw in a star from an ’80s show here and there, so much the better.
The latest effort, Kirstie, may ultimately be a result of over-shooting the theory.
Kirstie Alley stars as Maddie Banks, an aging star on Broadway who leads the pampered life of a star, but doesn’t exactly have a lot of friends. Well, unless you count the ones on her payroll. Thelma (Rhea Perlman) is her personal assistant, and she fills the role so well because she’s fairly anal, »
- Marc Eastman
Hot in Cleveland fans can relive the latest episodes with the new DVD set Hot in Cleveland: Season Four, which is currently available now. We have an exclusive clip from this set, featuring one of the season's most memorable moments, a guest star appearance by comedy legend Mary Tyler Moore. Take a look at this scene, then read on to learn more about this TV DVD set.
In the fourth season, Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and Betty White all reunite with some familiar faces from their family, career and love lives, including the highly-anticipated Mary Tyler Moore Show reunion with Valerie Harper, Cloris Leachman and Georgia Engel. Whether they're caught in a love triangle at their new job, landing major movie roles or preparing for a wedding (hush hush) these four fabulous women make Cleveland the hottest destination on DVD. The season features additional outstanding guest appearances by William Shatner, »
That Betty White, what a jokester.
On Monday night (Dec. 2), the "Hot in Cleveland" and "Off Their Rockers" star showed up for "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" dressed as a nutcracker. She jokes, "I've been stuck in that thing for days. I had a hell of a time driving over here. I crashed my Buick right in front of the studio."
She also cracks that she ran over Evangeline Lilly in the parking lot, who was Ferguson's first guest for the evening. Ferguson deadpans, "We better go check on that."
White also says that she's interested in stealing Katy Perry's identity -- "I'm 91 years old, Craig. ... I thought it might be nice to shave a couple years off. It was either that or get bad plastic surgery, like you did."
Could not love Betty White more. If anybody is a national treasure, it is that woman. The »
Nashville (Criterion Collection) I still need to dig through the special features on Criterion's new release of Robert Altman's Nashville, but I have already watched the film and this new 2K restoration looks great, just as you would expect it to. Included is a 2000 audio commentary featuring Altman and most notably a newly produced, 71-minute making of documentary featuring interviews with the likes of Ronee Blakley, Keith Carradine, Michael Murphy, Allan Nicholls, Lily Tomlin, screenwriter Joan Tewkesbury, assistant director Alan Rudolph and Altman's widow, Kathryn Reed Altman. Of course, that's not all, but suffice to say it's a release that has fans of the film taken care of.
The Wolverine I've seen a lot of people on Twitter talking about how the extended edition of The Wolverine is incredibly bloody. What I haven't seen anyone saying is that actually makes it any better, because this was not a good movie. »
- Brad Brevet
Exclusive: Sydney T. Poitier (Kendra) has been tapped for a five-episode arc on NBC’s upcoming Chicago Fire spinoff series Chicago Pd with an option to become a regular. She will play a new detective, a role which will cross over on Chicago Fire. Poitier is with ICM Partners and Thruline Entertainment. Private Practice alum Tim Daly is returning to his comedy roots with a multi-episode arc on TV Land’s Hot In Cleveland. The former Wings star will play Mitch Turner, a handsome private detective who recently lost 300 pounds after competing on The Biggest Loser. He’s the new owner of the detective agency where Joy (Jane Leeves) works. While she has an instant feeling that she’s met the man she’s going to marry, Turner is attracted to Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli). »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
The turkey’s stuffed, the pumpkin’s pie’d and the family’s gathered — but don’t neglect your old friend, TV! It’s working Ot this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, serving marathons of fave shows (Castle) and flicks (James Bond), holiday movies (My Santa) and classics (A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving), plus fresh episodes of Glee, Grimm and others. So unbutton your pants and pick up your remote — it’s relaxin’ time. (Sunday’s entrees, including the Walking Dead finale, a great Wife and The Mentalist 2.0 will be covered separately.)
Thursday, Nov. 28
Midnight – 2:40 am Amazing Animation Thanksgiving Marathon (Starz »
- Misha Solomon
Things are slowing down for the holiday weekend, but its still pretty busy enough to tame that holiday stress.
New Girl is planning another episode about the roommates’ exes, with Adam Brody playing Jess‘ ex. Seems like she had a weakness for energetic guys with dark hair.
First Dylan O’Brien then me, eh?
Monday’s theatrical screenings of Doctor Who‘s “Day of the Doctor” special was the number two movie for the day, ranking only behind The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. In my home town, screenings were fairly limited — you couldn’t catch a matinee — which makes it an even stronger performer.
- Lyle Masaki
Valerie Bertinelli’s Melanie has an interesting encounter with Valley’s alter ego while she’s checking items off her bucket list.
The crossover installment — a first for the »
- Vlada Gelman
Investigation Discovery has greenlit Season 3 of “Deadly Affairs,” hosted by Susan Lucci. “Deadly Affairs” — one of ID’s most successful series — tells real-life tales of love gone terribly wrong, in which wandering eyes lead to someone’s demise. It feature stories interlaced with commentary from local authorities and true-crime authors, as well as first-person accounts from victims’ friends and families. And of course there’s Lucci. Also read: Susan Lucci, ‘Reno 911′s’ Thomas Lennon to Guest on TV Land’s ‘Hot in Cleveland’ (Exclusive) The long-time soap star is back for Season 3, which kicks off next summer. Lucci may have a long way to. »
- Tony Maglio
Now, that’s how you want to celebrate an iconic show’s 50th anniversary. The son of Anthony Coburn, who wrote the very first episode of Doctor Who, claims he owns the rights to the Tardis, the iconic police call box used to travel through space and time. He claims his dad gave the BBC informal permission to use the idea but that ended with his father’s death in 1977.
The CW has ordered a full season of its new dramas — The Originals, , The Tomorrow People and Reign. That last one is a bit of a surprise, since Reign has lost a lot of The Vampire Diaries‘ viewers (apparently, its ratings are consistent with or without the Tvd lead-in and there are a lot of online viewers only The CW can measure).
Sure, the writing on The Tomorrow People has me rolling my eyes, but it also has a »
- Lyle Masaki
Because the nominees for the 40th Annual People's Choice Awards are so all-encompassing, that means some of the categories are filled with very interesting pairings: "Pretty Little Liars" facing off against "Sons of Anarchy"? Yep, that's happening!
Favorite Network TV Comedy
"2 Broke Girls"
Favorite Comedic TV Actor
Favorite Comedic TV Actress
Favorite Network TV Drama
Favorite Dramatic TV Actor
Favorite Dramatic TV Actress
Digital Spy presents a full list of nominees for the 2014 People's Choice Awards, airing on January 8, 2014 on CBS.
Fast & Furious 6
Favourite Movie Actor
Favourite Movie Actress
Favourite Movie Duo
Favourite Action Movie
Fast & Furious 6
Favourite Action Movie Star
Favourite Comedic Movie
The 2014 People’s Choice Awards nominations were announced Nov. 5, and with fan-favorites like Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, Lucy Hale & Lea Michele all racking up nominations, our heads are spinning!
The People’s Choice Awards has always been one of the stand-out fun awards show offerings, but this year’s ceremony is looking to be a bloodbath. Jared Padalecki vs. Jensen Ackles vs. Stephen Amell vs. Ian Somerhalder vs. Andrew Lincoln? Pretty Little Liars vs. The Walking Dead? (How does one even vote on that?) At least no matter who wins, it’s somebody we like, right? (Wrong. So wrong. This is huge!)
Vampires, Liars, Doctors, and Walkers: The TV Noms
With plenty of viable candidates, the TV nominations are as brutally difficult as ever this year. Some of our favorite categories include “Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show,” which has Beauty and the Beast, Once Upon A Time, Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries, »
- HL Intern
Glee may not be the phenomenon it once was, but it’s still a hit with The People.
Nominations for the 2014 People’s Choice Awards were announced Tuesday, and the Fox musical scored a leading eight nods. The Big Bang Theory and Grey’s Anatomy followed with five noms a piece, while How I Met Your Mother, Castle, Supernatural, Vampire Diaries and Walking Dead each scored four.
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See below for a complete rundown of the TV nominations…
Favorite Network TV Comedy
2 Broke Girls
- Michael Ausiello
Nominations for the 2013 People's Choice Awards -- the only major awards show where fans determine the nominees and winners -- were announced Tuesday, with Channing Tatum and Katy Perry leading the pack with multiple nods.
On hand at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills to announce the top vote-getters in each category were some of this year's presenters, including 2 Broke Girls star Beth Behrs, Hart of Dixie's Rachel Bilson, Mom star Allison Janney, R&B singer Ciara, and Glee's Darren Criss.
Pics: 2013 People's Choice Awards Arrivals
Perry picked up nominations for Favorite Music Video for Roar, Favorite Music Fan Following, Favorite Song for Roar, Favorite Pop Artist and Favorite Female Artist, while fellow pop star Britney Spears got nods for Favorite Music Fan Following, Favorite Pop Artist and Favorite Female Artist.
Tatum was nominated for Favorite Movie Actor, Favorite Action Movie Star and Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor.
Related: Honors »
And the cursed production begins.
Michael Musto talks to Steve Grand about “Gayness, the Church, and Lusting for Straights.”
RuPaul drives Cassandra Peterson.
Here’s our first really good look at Veronica Mars, but it has spoilers. Okay, here’s a hint: She investigates a murder!
Lady Gaga has released the lyric video for “Venus.” I still have “Applause” on an endless loop, so I’m not ready for a new single, but what do you think? »
Hot in Cleveland wins 2013 Viewers Voice Award for the “Best Comedy” in Channel Guide’s annual reader poll. The Betty White magic is still going strong with TV Land’s hit sitcom, which got a boost this season with an epic reunion of ladies from The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Fast-paced and surprisingly risqué at times, Hot in Cleveland always brings the funny while always making time to show today’s audience that their favorite performers from yesteryear can still get it done. Best Comedy — Winner: Hot in Cleveland Hot in Cleveland/TV Land 40.8% Cougar Town/TBS 31.4% Real Husbands of Hollywood/Bet […]
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- Channel Guide Contributor
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