When How to Make It In America returns, best friends Ben (Bryan Greenberg) and Cam (Victor Rasuk) will be back in New York hustling to become successful designers. With their business finally off the ground, Greenberg says viewers will see them move forward, albeit slowly, while growing personally as well. Check out the top reasons to watch Season 2 when it premieres Sunday at 10:30/9:30c on HBO.
D.L. Hughley, Gina Gershon and Michael McKean are heading back to college as guest stars on TBS' Glory Daze, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Hughley (The Hughleys, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip) will play Coach Franklin, a man desperate to be a father, and McKean (Smallville, Best in Show) will play the quirky and passionate head of campus maintenance. Gershon (Rescue Me, Bound) plays a tough-as-nails military instructor determined to whip her students into fighting machines.
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The trio of guest stars follow Everybody Loves Raymond's Brad Garrett and Saturday Night Live's Cheri Oteri, who appear in the pilot.
Glory Daze is a 1980s-set college comedy that centers on four freshmen...
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Even if Heroes' ratings are lower than its first season, they're still higher than other TV shows that will be or are already renewed. If they are stable, is it enough to grant the show a renewal? — Nicolas
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Vanity Fair is under fire yet again. In the upcoming July issue (with Angelina on the cover), an explosive article is featured that insinuates the former POTUS saw "a lot of women" on the road post-White House, including actress Gina Gershon. The 45-year old actress' rep went to town on the author stating that the article was "irresponsible journalism" and is demanding a retraction. Clinton is pretty p.o.'ed as well calling the author "sleazy," "slimy" and "a scumbag."
Rescue Me alum Gina Gershon and her lawyers have gotten wind of a new Vanity Fair article on Bill Clinton, and they are not pleased. In the piece, VF writer Todd S. Purdum suggests that Gershon had sexual relations with the former prez, a tacit claim that she's vehemently denying. Gershon's legal team has thrown down a demand letter insisting on an immediate retraction and a "sincere apology." The document says, in part, that the piece "outrageously insinuates that Ms. Gershon has had an inappropriate sexual relationship with President Clinton. This is absolutely false." The letter, linked to by the trusty folks at TMZ, goes on to say that Gershon is "extremely offended by the false and defamatory inference" in the article.Gershon has, in fact, met with the president on several occasions but does that really warrant low-ball insinuation? Assuming the story isn't true, why would VF play with libelous fire? Anna DimondUse our Online Video Guide to see some of Gershon's ...