Bring on the Fly Girls! Fox and Keenen Ivory Wayans are teaming up to present two half-hour specials that will reboot its 1990s sketch comedy series, In Living Color, the network announced Friday.
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13. Best Vows: Twenty-eight years and two children later, Gene Simmons finally ties the knot with Shannon Tweed on Gene Simmons Family Jewels in a romantic ceremony during which Tweed gives the legendary lothario her father's ring that she melted and reshaped into one for Simmons. "If you ever take it off..." she sweetly threatens before Simmons completes her thought: "I'll kill you." 'Til death do they...
A few nights ago, when Modern Family's Cameron-as-Fizbo tried on a court jester's shtick for size, Mitchell offered this dour rejoinder: "There goes the theory that an English accent makes everyone sound smart." I don't think it's Anglophile snobbery that has me celebrating the return of Being Human to BBC America's lineup Saturday night, while being left as cold as a cadaver by Syfy's spotty remake. The original is simply a much better show.
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Better acted, for sure, and it's not just a matter of dialect. There's an intensity to the British original, even when it's going for droll humor, that's lacking in the shrill and...
Damon Wayans Jr. will get a visit from real-life dad Damon Wayans in an episode of the ABC comedy Happy Endings.
The series revolves around a couple (Elisha Cuthbert and Zachary Knighton), whose break-up complicates their friends' lives. Wayans Jr. plays one of their pals, Brad.
Wayans Sr. will play Brad's dad, an uptight guy who visits his son after getting a new lease on life post-health scare.
Damon Wayans has gained a wife in ABC's comedy pilot Never Better. Nicole Ari Parker plays the better half of Wayans' character, a recovering alcoholic now trying to be a good husband and father.Meanwhile, Keith Robinson is on board ABC's pilot Good Behavior. He'll play a cop who keeps an eye on a family of criminals led by a matriarch (Catherine O'Hara), whose husband has been jaled for five years. J.R. Whalen