Transformers: Age of Extinction held on to the top spot at the box office over the holiday weekend, despite experiencing a 63 percent dropoff in its second week, Box Office Mojo reports. The fourth film in theTransformers franchise took in $36.4 million, which was enough to top the new film Tammy. The road trip comedy starring Melissa McCarthy and Susan Sarandon finished in second place with $21.1 million in its debut weekend.
J.C. Small is still hitting the bottle.
Susan Sarandon returns to Mike & Molly on Monday (9/8c, CBS) as J.C. Small, Molly's literary hero who gets busted for a DUI by Mike (Billy Gardell). Molly (Melissa McCarthy) bails her out, but ...
Mike & Molly is seeing dead people... sort of.
Quiz: Play the celebrity name game!
When Carl (Reno Wilson) learns that his mother is actually alive on Monday's episode (9/8c), he doesn't exactly handle it well. In the exclusive sneak peek below, Carl shows up ...
On this day most readily associated with the Wearing of the Green, consider a TV industry green with envy at the success of Chuck Lorre's comedy empire on CBS, which renewed all of his current series last week, led by the terrific and tremendously popular The Big Bang Theory (a powerhouse providing a clout that helps explain why the beyond-past-its-prime Two and a Half Men also made the cut). Lorre's two Monday comedies, anchored by strong female performances, are also back next season — and that's especially good news for fans (including me) of the underperforming, underrated Mom, with its sensational mother-daughter tag team of Allison Janney and Anna Faris as Bonnie and Christy, two generations of recovering addicts raising a family against powerful odds.
Kathy Bates is bringing joy — not misery — to Mike & Molly.
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The Oscar winner guest-stars on Monday's episode (9/8c, CBS) as Kay, the ...