EXCLUSIVE: ‘Playing House’ Stars Talk Maggie and Emma’s Future After “The Big C”

One of the most charming duos on television is by far Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair. The real-life best friends play fictional best friends, Maggie (Parham) and Emma (St. Clair) on the USA comedy Playing House. Historically, Playing House is a light-hearted, look-at-the-bright-side comedy that keeps you laughing or shaking your head (or both) for a…

Andrea Savage in 'I'm Sorry'

REVIEW: truTV’s ‘I’m Sorry’ Need Not Apologize

We have been waiting a long time for Larry David to come back to HBO with another edition of his smash hit Curb Your Enthusiasm, and our patience will soon be rewarded, when the show returns after a six-year hiatus this fall. Though David’s brand of cringe comedy appears relatively simple to create — put…

Tour de Pharmacy on HBO

‘Tour de Pharmacy’ Offers a Fun Ride with Familiar Faces

Lance Armstrong’s drawn out admission to doping stunned the world of competitive cycling, inspired a memorable South Park episode, and, a bit more recently, provided ample material for HBO’s new mockumentary, Tour de Pharmacy, in which the disgraced champion also appears. Five years after his Oprah confessional, Armstrong clearly hopes to show that he, too,…

Zach Cregger as Owen in 'Wrecked'

EXCLUSIVE: Zach Cregger of ‘Wrecked’ on Shooting in Fiji, Playing it Straight, and Topping Season 1

When TBS’ Wrecked premiered last summer, it quickly won praise from critics and audiences, who responded to its fresh handling of material as old as the proverbial three-hour tour: the survivors of a plane crash try to survive on a desert island. Richly populated with modern archetypes, Zach Cregger’s Owen, a misanthropic flight attendant thrust…

#Bingeworthy: “Archer: Dreamland”

Season 8 of Archer begins where the previous season left off, with Sterling Archer floating face down in a swimming pool, his body riddled with bullets, in a scene reminiscent of the opening shot of the noir classic Sunset Boulevard. But unlike his Sunset counterpart, Archer is not dead, merely in a coma, during which…

Zach Galifianakis and Louie Anderson on Baskets

#Bingeworthy: “Baskets” Season 2

Given how lazy, dense and cruel Chip Baskets, the out-of-work classically trained clown at the center of Baskets can be, it’s no wonder his life is so awful. What is surprising, though, is that it keeps getting worse. But, hey, it makes for good TV. Zach Galifianakis stars as both Chip and his twin brother…

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