Cee Lo Green is going to be jealous!
A year after The Voice coach teamed with The Muppets for the holiday special CeeLo's Magical Moment, Kermit & Co. are joining forces with...
Monica Beverly Hillz
People love to demonize reality TV as evidence of decay in Western society, but have these people actually seen a reality show lately? They aren't all vehicles of Schadenfreude and exploitation. And even so, what's wrong with that? Even Jersey Shore has its purpose.
Contrary to popular belief, reality TV serves a variety of useful and important functions and I, for one, am a better person because of it. Here's why:
It's only natural for AMC's Mad Men to be consumed with thoughts of mortality as it heads further into the turbulent late '60s in its sixth and reportedly next-to-last season of existence. A year ago, the central set piece in the premiere was a surprise birthday party. This time, it's a similarly eventful wake. And that's not the only way in which Sunday's two-hour opener (9/8c), written by series creator Matthew Weiner, drives the death-comes-to-us-all theme home with such sledgehammer relentlessness and obviousness that for the first time, I began to think maybe it is time for this beautifully crafted series to start thinking about giving up the ghost. There's no denying the importance of a show that manages to win four well-deserved best-drama Emmys in its first four times at bat — I didn't hesitate to include Mad Men among the Top 10 in a recent "60 Greatest Dramas of All Time" package in TV Guide Magazine. But does it have to be this self-important?
Eliza Coupe, Zachary Knigthon
The grumbling you've been hearing for the past two months has been the unhappy Happy Endings fans who have been waiting for the comedy's return to ABC's schedule. Yes, it's now on Fridays at 8/7c and yes, like a Xela dress, a move like that can turn a good girl bad. But according to executive producers David Caspe and Jonathan Groff, the show is coming back with a bunch of new episodes that are worth the wait. So spread the word, set your DVR, and tell your friends. Because it would totally sooook to lose this one now.
He better work!
RuPaul will guest-starr on an upcoming episode of Happy Endings, TVLine reports. But who will he play?
RuPaul's Drag Race contestant Sahara Davenport has died at the age of 27.
"Logo is profoundly saddened by the passing of Antoine Ashley who fans around the world knew and loved as Sahara Davenport," the network said in a statement on Facebook.
RuPaul's Drag Race
Vicki Lawrence will make a rare TV appearance as her old Carol Burnett Show/Mama's Family character, Thelma Harper, on Logo's RuPaul's All Stars Drag Race this season, which begins October 22.
"RuPaul knew details of the Burnett Show that even surprised me," says Lawrence, (here pictured with the out-of-drag host). "He's a real aficionado of the show."
RuPaul's Drag Race, Logo's campy take on America's Next Top Model, may not be as well known as the CW hit, but it's luring some high-profile guest judges that would make other reality shows jealous. When Season 4 of the competition show — which pits drag queens against each other — kicks off in January, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Rose McGowan, Loretta Devine, Kelly Osbourne and...
RuPaul’s Drag U
Forget the plucked eyebrows and tucked candies. We can all learn something from RuPaul's Drag U.
Kicking off its second season last night, the crazy campy confection from the cross-dressing queen of workin' it — hailed as a lesson in helping "biological women unleash their inner diva" — does more to promote acceptance than a Pride month-long marathon of "very special" Glee episodes...
Chaz Bono was a pop cultural symbol long before he physically became Chaz: first as Hollywood royalty born to entertainers Sonny and Cher, then a gay-rights activist and now the most famous transgender person in the world. But on Becoming Chaz, a 90-minute documentary that premiered Tuesday on OWN, the symbol becomes human...