Although originally set to debut in November, and then February, CBS's new Jane Lynch sitcom, Angel From Hell premieres Thursday, January 7, 2016, at 9:30pm Et/Pt. Below, watch four new official sneak peek videos of the pilot episode, to get a feel for this quirky comedy TV series.
Angel From Hell stars Lynch as Amy, a wild and wacky woman who is either a guardian angel, or someone desperately in need of medication. Amy claims she was sent to help Dr. Allison Fuller (Maggie Lawson), a dermatologist, with a penchant for perfectionism. Kyle Bornheimer and Kevin Pollak also star.
Jeffrey Tambor in “Transparent.” Courtesy of Amazon Studios
With six consecutive nominations and a record-tying four wins under his belt, “The Big Bang Theory” star Jim Parsons is this category’s undisputed favorite. But he’ll face heavy competition this year from Jeffrey Tambor, whose transcendent performance in Amazon
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Don’t even ask what Movie 43 is, you don’t want to know…or do you?? Relativity Media’s outrageous new comedy comes from the twisted mind of Peter Farrelly and stars some of Hollywood’s biggest names. Comprised of hilarious and offensive story lines and featuring tons of familiar faces we love, Movie 43 is the first of its kind, putting each actor in crazy and unique scenarios. This isn’t spam, it’s just celebrities gone wild… or perhaps it’s just plain wrong!
Warning: This movie is not for the weak-stomached, faint of heart, or easily offended. In Movie 43, comedy is served steaming hot by director Peter Farrelly of The Farrelly Brothers (Something About Mary, Dumb & Dumber) in
When Charlie Sheen was fired, with a full load of venom, from Two and a Half Men the world figured they'd seen the last of Charlie Harper. Not so! In fact, Charlie makes his return to Two and a Half Men tonight complete with bowling shirt a cigar. No, Charlie Sheen did not magically work out his differences with Warner Brothers and Two and a Half Men show runner Chuck Lorre, instead the part of Charlie Harper's ghost will be played by none other than Oscar winning actress Kathy Bates.
Okay, so I'll admit none of this is exactly a secret, but on the odd chance you are one of the 2% of Two and a Half Men fans that didn't know, or simply forgot the episode was airing tonight, here are a couple of promos from tonight's Two and a Half Men,
It’s Simon Callow’s show, and the judges, Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, L.A. Reid, Nicole Scherzinger (who appears in the second hour) and Cheryl Cole appear in all kinds of glamor shots at the top. You’d think they were all starring in a primetime soap opera. But maybe they are.
Steve Jones is the host, and he tells us how the hunt for the next great recording artist, who will get a $5 million dollar recording contract,
Warner Bros. Pictures has sent us a preview, along with new photos, of their 2011 Fall / Holiday movies – along with a first look at some new images. Most noticable among the list are award season potentials Contagion from Steven Soderbergh, Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar, Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows, and Stephen Daldry’s Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close.
Matt Damon as Mitch Emhoff in Warner Bros. Pictures’ thriller “Contagion,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Photo by Claudette Barius
In theaters and IMAX on September 9
(Warner Bros. Pictures/Participant Media/Imagenation Abu Dhabi)
Jude Law as Alan Krumwlede in Warner Bros. Pictures’ thriller “Contagion,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Photo by Claudette Barius
Director: Steven Soderbergh
Writer: Scott Z. Burns
Producers: Michael Shamberg, Stacey Sher, Gregory Jacobs
Executive Producers: Jeff Skoll,
For the Les Mason Lifetime Achievement Award, the nominees are Jennifer Allen of Viewpoint Inc.; Tony Angellotti of the Angellotti Co.; unit publicist Rob Harris; Michael Singer of Jerry Bruckheimer Films; and Murray Weissman of Weissman/Markovitz Communications.
For the Press Award, the nominees are Geoff Boucher and Claudia Eller of the Los Angeles Times; Jeff Jensen of Entertainment Weekly; Tom O'Neil of Gold Derby; and Sharon Waxman of the Wrap.
For the International Media Award, it's down to Philip Berk of Australia/Malaysia; Jose Ignacio Cuenca of Spain; Elaine Lipworth and James White of the U.K.; and Stevie Wong of Asia.
For excellence in unit still photography in motion pictures, the finalists are Frank Masi, Jamie Trueblood, Darren Michaels, Barry Wetcher and Michael Yarish. In the TV category, nominees are Michael Desmond, Danny Feld, Ron Jaffe,
TV Rating: 2.0/5.0
The problem with the writing in “Rizzoli & Isles” is its laziness. It falls back on several classic narrative formulas, including “The Odd Couple,” “Silence of the Lambs,” and “The Sopranos.”
Rizzoli and Isles
Photo credit: Darren Michaels/TNT
“Rizzoli” is a cop drama about two women – one is a brilliant, meticulously dressed coroner (Sasha Alexander, of “NCIS,” and briefly, of “Dawson’s Creek”) and the other a rough-edged, tomboy cop (Angie Harmon, of “Law & Order”) who have
Gerritsen introduced the homicide investigator Rizzoli and the medical examiner Isles as a team in the 2001 book, “The Surgeon,” and has written eight other books spotlighting the intrepid pair, which have become popular best sellers. Although focusing on other suspense novels and medical thrillers, Gerritsen has nurtured Rizzoli & Isles to be her mainstay, and the TNT Network have created a series featuring the characters.
Partners in Crime Solving: Angie Harmon as Jane and Sasha Alexander as Maura in ‘Rizzoli & Isles’
Photo Credit: Darren Michaels/TNT Network
HollywoodChicago interviewed Tess Gerritsen recently, in anticipation of the premiere of Rizzoli & Isles, Monday, July 12th, on the TNT Network.
By Eric Ditzian, with reporting by Perri Nemiroff
Jay Baruchel and Alice Eve in "She's Out of My League"
Photo: Darren Michaels/ Dw Studios
"She's Out Of My League" asks a question not about how you get the perfect girl, but what wackadoodle lengths you might go to keep her. In his first starring role in a Hollywood film after a string of scene-stealing supporting parts in flicks like "Knocked Up" and "Tropic Thunder," Jay Baruchel stars as Kirk, a Transportation Security Administration lackey who becomes the object of affection of Molly (Alice Eve), a so-called "perfect 10" with a winning personality to match her killer figure.
So what happens when a not-so-hottie hooks a gal who wouldn't be out of place on the Maxim Hot 100? You'll have to hit the theater to find out. Before you do,
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