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On Saint George, a recently divorced successful entrepreneur (George Lopez) struggles to balance the parenting demands of his All-American Anglo ex-wife and the cultural expectations of his overbearing Mexican-American mother. The cast includes Lopez, Jenn Lyon, Olga Merediz, Kaden Gibson, David Zayas, Danny Trejo, Diana-Maria Riva, Joey Pollari, and Tobit Raphael.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available.
7/12 update: FX has cancelled this
Episodes: 10 (half-hour)
TV show dates: March 6, 2014 -- May 8, 2014
Series status: Cancelled
Performers include: George Lopez, Jenn Lyon, Olga Merediz, Kaden Gibson, David Zayas, Danny Trejo, Diana-Maria Riva, Joey Pollari, and Tobit Raphael.
TV show description:
This multi-camera comedy follows the chaotic life of a fictional version of George Lopez. He's a recently divorced working-class Mexican-American turned successful entrepreneur who's caught between two cultures.
George struggles to balance the parenting demands of his All-American Anglo ex-wife, Mackenzie (Jenn Lyon), and the cultural expectations of his overbearing Mexican-American mother, Alma Lopez (Olga Merediz).
As George attempts to relate to his 11-year-old son, Harper (Kaden Gibson), his life is further complicated by his fun-loving but freeloading uncle Tio Danny (Danny Trejo) and cousin Junior
On Saint George, a recently divorced successful entrepreneur (George Lopez) struggles to balance the parenting demands of his All-American Anglo ex-wife and the cultural expectations of his overbearing Mexican-American mother. The cast also includes Jenn Lyon, Olga Merediz, Kaden Gibson, David Zayas, Danny Trejo, Diana-Maria Riva, Joey Pollari, and Tobit Raphael.
FX made a deal with Debmar-Mercury (part of Lionsgate) that if the first season hit a certain ratings threshold, the cable channel would be obligated to order a second season of 90 episodes (similar to the Anger Management deal).
The sitcom debuted in March to 1.21 million viewers but the ratings quickly fell in subsequent episodes. The season (now series) finale drew just 651,000
Like Charlie Sheen before him, Lopez must need the gig, but there’s virtually no other reason why he’d bank the equity built up with loyal fans on such a slapdash product. Why “Improvement’s” Matt Williams and David McFadzean would get involved is equally confounding, but the show is rather surprisingly naughty – an indication,
The half-hour, multi-camera ensemble comedy stars George Lopez as George Lopez, a newly divorced working man-turned-entrepreneur who balances the clashing culture of his all-American ex-wife (Justified’s Jenn Lyon) with that of his overbearing Mexican-American mother (In the Heights’ Olga Merediz).
Also in the mix are George’s 11-year-old son Harper (Kaden Gibson), his freeloading uncle (Danny Trejo) and cousin (David Zayas), and a “tough and sexy” assistant principal (Diana Maria Riva) who supervises
Luke (Gosling) gives up his job as a motorcycle stunt performer in order to provide for his newborn son and the boy's mother (Eva Mendes of Hitch). Avery (Cooper), an ambitious rookie cop, struggles to make his way in a corrupt police department. Their two worlds collide when Luke takes part in a string of bank robberies, and the consequences of their shocking confrontation echoes into the next generation. From Derek Cianfrance, the acclaimed director of Blue Valentine, and co-starring Ray Liotta (Goodfellas), this sweeping
The Place Beyond the Pines is an ambitious tale of scope and sequence. It embodies the impact of heritage and the lingering effects of our actions. Director Derek Cianfrance brings the same unrelenting realism to the stark relationships of this film as he did with his last project Blue Valentine. Both films share a sense of moral ambiguity where no choice is a forgone conclusion. The triptych narrative unfolds like a novel coming to life. Every act is distinctly different from the next as it follows a particular set of unique characters. Each storyline progresses from where the last one left off as the life of one character bleeds into the life of the next. Themes are effectually handled and the points certainly come across—sometimes too bluntly.
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The Place Beyond the Pines was released March 29th, 2013 and stars Ryan Gosling, Eva Mendes, Bradley Cooper, Rose Byrne, Ray Liotta, Dane DeHaan, Bruce Greenwood, Olga Merediz. The film is directed by Derek Cianfrance.
Three years ago, Derek Cianfrance enjoyed success on a big scale with his small-scale breakthrough movie: Blue Valentine, the story of a claustrophobically unhappy relationship between a married couple played by Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams. Now he has opened things up and let rip with an operatically ambitious picture, starring Ryan Gosling as Luke, a stunt-bike rider, and Bradley Cooper as an ambitious young police officer, Avery. It's a blue-collar drama-thriller of cops and robbers, fathers and sons; a tale of class, fate, biology and destiny, superficially in the manner of Dennis Lehane, and concluding with an explosive coincidence measuring 978 on the Thomas Hardy Richter Scale.
Talking about this movie on the way out with other journalists, I discovered that some felt its
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The studio has also announced that Derek Cianfrance is hosting a Reddit Q&A on Wednesday, April 10 at 1:30 Pm Et. Fans who want to ask this filmmaker a question about this critically-acclaimed drama can clickHere, then check back on Wednesday to see what he has to say.
The Place Beyond the Pines was released March 29th,
“The Place Beyond the Pines,” which is rated “R,” stars Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendes, Ray Liotta, Craig Van Hook, Olga Merediz, Anthony Pizza, Mahershala Ali and Ben Mendelsohn from “Blue Valentine” director Derek Cianfrance.
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