UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT VS. THE REVEREND: Actress Carol Kane on the special interactive film – Exclusive Interview

Carol Kane in UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT VS. THE REVEREND | ©2020 Netflix

UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT is living up to its title. First, Netflix picked up the comedy, created by Tina Fey & Robert Carlock, after NBC passed on the pilot. The series, about cult survivor Kimmy Schmidt (Ellie Kemper) thriving in New York City, ran on Netflix for four seasons, 2015 through 2019. Now UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT is back with a new installment on Netflix, a choose-your-own-adventure interactive branching movie, UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT: KIMMY VS THE REVEREND. The telefilm sees Kimmy preparing to marry the kindly if daft Prince Frederick, while facing off against her erstwhile oppressor, Reverend Richard Wayne Gary Wayne […]Read On »

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CD Review: GOING APE! soundtrack

GOING APE! soundtrack | ©2015 Intrada Records

 Though he’d never stopped scoring dramatic subjects like THE GREAT SANTINI and ZULU DAWN (not to mention SATURN 3‘s  hulking robot), the 1980s proved to be a three ring circus that proclaimed Elmer Bernstein as a king of comedy. He was certainly on a roll after the hijinks of ANIMAL HOUSE, MEATBALLS and AIRPLANE! scores that famously played their screwball humor “straight.” But definitely not so with the monkeyshines of 1981′s GOING APE!, which teamed TV’s TAXI stars Tony Danza and Danny DeVito with three mugging orangutans. While definitely not the most sophisticated comedy that Bernstein would ever score, the […]Read On »

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Judd Hirsch takes a bite out of SHARKNADO 2: THE SECOND ONE

Judd Hirsch and Dante Palmenteri in SHARKNADO 2: THE SECOND ONE | courtesy Dante Palmenteri

A strange coincidence has landed Judd Hirsch at Syfy Channel’s Beverly Hilton poolside screening of SHARKNADO 2: THE SECOND ONE for the benefit of the Television Critics Association press tour. The sequel to last summer’s surprise Syfy hit is being projected onto a gigantic blank wall next to the pool prior to its Syfy Channel premiere on Wednesday, July 30. The atmosphere is deliberately drive-in theatre, with couches decorated to look like car seats and popcorn and soda stations (as well as regular drive-in dinner fare). Hirsch was nominated for an Supporting Actor Oscar for his work in ORDINARY PEOPLE, […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: KIRSTIE star Rhea Perlman dishes on the sitcom

Rhea Perlman on KIRSTIE | © 2014 TV Land

TV Land’s first-year comedy series KIRSTIE, Wednesdays at 10:30 PM, stars Kirstie Alley as Broadway diva Maddie Banks, whose world is turned upside-down when her twenty-six-year-old biological son Arlo (Eric Petersen) reenters her life. The series, created by Marco Pennette, also stars SEINFELD alumnus Michael Richards and Rhea Perlman, who was Alley’s CHEERS colleague. Perlman played CHEERS barmaid Carla for 271 episodes, 1982-1993, while Alley joined the cast as bar owner Rebecca Howe for 149 episodes in 1987. On KIRSTIE, real New Yorker Perlman plays TV show New Yorker Thelma Katz. The actress also had recurring roles on TAXI and […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Silas Weir Mitchell on GRIMM Season 2

Silas Weir Mitchell in GRIMM - Season 2 - "Over My Dead Body" | ©2013 NBC/Scott Green

NBC has just renewed GRIMM for a third season. The series, which just aired its season finale and returns to Fridays in the fall, deals with Portland,Oregon police detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli), who has discovered that he is one of the title entities. Grimms are people who can see the true faces of Wesen (pronounced “Vessen”), a wide-ranging group of supernatural beings who usually appear to be human. Nick has become close friends with a Wesen clockmaker named Eddie Monroe, played by Silas Weir Mitchell.Monroeis a Blutbad, a wolfish sort of Wesen, who is romantically involved with the foxlike […]Read On »

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