After winning his first Emmy, Modern Family's Eric Stonestreet (Cameron) has now been awarded a down-home Missouri mama, played by character actress Celia Weston (Alice, In the Bedroom). When Barb Tucker drops in for a visit later this fall...
ABC's Modern Family has found a down-home country mama for Cameron (Emmy winner Eric Stonestreet). Beating out Delta Burke, Dianne Wiest, Kathy Bates and several others is character ...
Question: It seems like every other movie I see advertised is based on a TV show, like The Dukes of Hazzard. But what about the other way around? I know there was a series based on My Big Fat Greek Wedding, but what other TV series have been based on a movie, and were any of them good?
Answer: There have been a handful of top-notch TV shows based on movies. The flop Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) was revived as Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003); Robert Altman's acerbic M*A*S*H* (1970) became the long-running M*A*S*H (1972-1983); Neil Simon
After giving birth to her first child, daughter Alice, on Sept. 10, Tina Fey will return from maternity leave to coanchor Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update" on Oct. 22. "I had to get back to work. NBC has me under contract; the baby and I only have a verbal agreement," Fey quips in a statement. Aw, Horatio, we hardly knew ye. (OK, we did. And, well, you were "eh.")
As you read first at TVGuide.com: Saturday Night Live anchor-writer Tina Fey gave birth to a baby girl, Alice, on Saturday in Manhattan. This is the first child for Fey and her husband, Jeff Richmond, although unreliable sources say the newborn is the spitting image of Amy Poehler.
Question: What were some of the more popular shows of 1976?Answer: Well, since we're actually talking about two seasons in any given calendar year — for example, the tail end of 1975's fall season and the first half of 1976's — it's a whole host of programming. But because I like that time-capsule stuff, I'll give you a taste.
The Top 5 shows for September 1975-April 1976, together with each one's network and rating (percentage of total TV households in the country at that time) were: All in the Family (CBS, 30.1); Rich Man, Poor Man (ABC, 28.0); Laverne & Shirley (ABC, 27.5); Maude (CBS, 25.0) and The Bionic Woman