If you've been watching Sleepy Hollow from the beginning, then you have loved the tale of the Headless Horsemen, Ichabod Crane and Abbie Mills. But admittedly, Season 2 has taken a sharp turn into even darker territory -- and the series' rabid fan base aren't happy.
As the hype around the TLC show My Husband's Not Gay begins to wane, I find it a shame that there has been little attention paid to the perspectives of straight women who have experienced being in a mixed-orientation marriage, where one spouse is gay and the other is straight.
As the minority-majority population becomes more of a reality, Hollywood has to go through a metamorphosis. I would guess that most smart executives know this and are looking for the kinds of partnerships that will keep them relevant. We must seize this opportunity and break down the tough walls of segregation in Hollywood.
Is Chris Soules so boring that the producers' only recourse is to turn the show into an ongoing bloopers reel? Probably.
We "Parenthood" diehards consider ourselves extensions of the Braverman -- and Graham and even Rizzoli -- family. We've loved them, hated them, laughed with them...
Even though Friends was pretty PG show most of the time, it had a secret, beautiful feminist core that really came through sometimes. Here, we take a look at the nine most feminist things about Friends -- which was actually, as it turns out, way more progressive than you probably realized.
That word is admittedly a scary one. Most civilized, sane people don't want to be called homophobic. It doesn't mean that you're murdering gay people. It doesn't even mean that you're a homophobe. But...
The opening scene of YTV's new show might make parents pause, but "Open Heart" is more "90210" than "Skins." As far as the first episode goes, it's nothing too heavy, but this is coming from the people who brought us "Degrassi," so you never know where the journey will take us.
I can't believe I'm writing this about Johnny Depp, one of the coolest actors to ever grace the screen: but what the hell happened to him? He used to be untouchable, but now he's just unrecognizable. When I picture Depp now, he's either wearing a brightly coloured hat, grown a moustache, or he's donned some ridiculous outfit and is traipsing across the screen. A lot of the time, it's all three, and that's not an exaggeration.
It's a powerful, compelling, exhausting hour -- one that definitely should not be missed. Because the note it ends on only paves the way for loads of drama for the rest of the season. You ready for it? Consider yourself warned.
Rodriguez, 30 -- an actress of Puerto Rican descent from Chicago -- was the only Latina nominated at the Golden Globes this year, which isn't at all unusual --it's still extremely rare for Latina actresses to be nominated at the Globes.
Last night's second episode of ABC's "The Bachelor" proved to be quite entertaining, despite Prince Farming having the personality of a soybean.
Go 2015 Golden Globe Awards! The show gave us the comedy magic of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. But more importantly, it was a night of big wins for characters and stories that personify the power of standing out exactly as who you are.
I was intrigued by 'Empire,' thanks to Fox cramming ads for it down our throats. I wasn't sure if it was going to be brilliant or trash TV -- I just knew either way I was in. So pressing play on the pilot, I was dubious at best. But good lawd! That wariness was quickly erased with each passing scene, because yes, 'Empire' is that good.
"The Bachelor" has returned -- this time with Chris Soules, the all-American #PrinceFarming, at its helm.
There are people within the Canadian entertainment biz (as well as their fans) who feel the industry is so fragile it behooves critics to "get on-side." And that you have to like particular shows or movies to be considered Canadian. Which is complete and utter balderdash.