FX President John Landgraf may be suffering a bad case of déjà vu.
Last week, FX debuted its latest series, a boxing drama called Lights Out about a retired former heavyweight champ. Despite a knockout lead performance from Holt McAllany and lavish praise from a number of critics, the show premiered to only 1.5 million viewers — a number reminiscent of the premiere of the also critically adored but soon-canceled Terriers.
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Desperate Housewives' Brenda Strong has filed for a divorce, her rep confirmed to TVGuide.com.
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"It is with great difficulty that we have decided to file for dissolution of our marriage. We are grateful for the years we've shared and our beautiful son," Strong said in a statement. "We hope that the media will respect our privacy during this transition."
Strong, who stars as the series' narrator Mary Alice Young, filed a divorce petition from husband Tom Henri in a L.A. County Superior Court ...
Louis C.K. says he's thankful for the success of his FX series, Louie. But he's still a little freaked out.
"I'm still terrified of putting on a bad show," the 43-year-old comedian told reporters at the Television Critics Association's winter previews. "There's still a lot of pressure."
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Elijah Wood's return to Middle Earth will be a small one — and not just because he'll reprise his role as the tiny hobbit Frodo Baggins.
Wood, who next will star in the quirky FX comedy, Wilfred, will make a brief appearance in the big screen adaptation of The Hobbit, the prequel to the blockbuster Lord of the Rings trilogy.
"I actually spoke to [director Peter Jackson] a while ago and I had an idea that there was something that they were thinking about," Wood said at the Television Critics Association winter previews Saturday. "So it was in my mind as a possibility, but not as...
Gwyneth Paltrow has given fans a look into her daily routine in her latest Goop.com lifestyle newsletter — but the Oscar-winnng millionairess' advice about juggling a career and family has received its share of criticism for being a little tone-deaf to her audience. After all, most working moms don't have things like "fittings for the Country Music Association awards" and "radio interviews" on their to-do list.
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