Maybe Glee producers weren't being cagey with us when they denied that seemingly straight New Directions addition Sam Evans (Chord Overstreet) was going to turn out to be Kurt's (Chris Colfer) boyfriend. Now there's another candidate to add to the suspect list.
The new season's sixth episode will introduce ...
Kelly MacDonald, Boardwalk Empire
The gang was (almost) all there for the premiere of HBO's new Jersey crime epic Boardwalk Empire — the Sopranos gang, that is. Former cast members including James Gandolfini, Steven Van Zandt, Tony Sirico, Vincent Curatola and Aida Turturro as well as creator David Chase showed up for Boardwalk's splashy New York premiere on Sept. 15 thanks to its multiple Sopranos connections. After all, the series stars Steve Buscemi, who played Tony's inept cousin, and was created by Terence Winter, an Emmy-winning writer for The Sopranos.
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Winter had considerable research to do before attempting to create an authentic representation of Atlantic City during Prohibition...
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Of course the Paddy's crew would get gay marriage so twisted that even married gays (or Mac) would use liberal Biblicisms to get it banned.
And we'd have it no other way. Back for their sixth season last night, the barflies of Brotherly Love mixed the issue into their usual cocktail of wrong and raunchy, and ended up with yet another those artfully offensive episodes that had us choking on our alley almonds...
Fox's new romantic comedy Running Wilde is a story of opposites attract. Star Keri Russell, who plays activist-humanitarian Emmy, sets it up: They're childhood sweethearts who reunite later in life. "He's continued to be rich and act like a teenager, and I've gone on to start all these foundations..." Will Arnett, who plays her would-be love Steve, says his character's life is, in fact, "meaningless in a lot of ways."
You'll have to watch the show to figure out what the attraction is.
Comedy Central is planning another Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Concert For Autism Education.
Jon Stewart will return to Fox News Channel's The O'Reilly Factor.
Though Stewart, who's scheduled to appear Wednesday, is a frequent critic of Bill O'Reilly's employer and it's fair to say the two hosts have differing political opinions, Stewart has