Maury Chaykin Dead at 61
July 28, 2010
Canadian actor Maury Chaykin lived to see 61, but just barely. He passed away on his birthday in Toronto. He was an accomplished actor with over 150 credits in his career, which spanned television and movies. American audiences would probably be most familiar with his work in such films as Dances... Read More
Sarah Conner is Chuck's Mom
July 25, 2010
For months now, there has been speculation regarding who will be cast as the title character’s mother on NBC’s spy caper “Chuck.” Several sci fi friendly names have been thrown out, presumably because they needed someone beautiful who can kick butt. Well, that prescription has certainly been... Read More
Joe Jonas scores TV guest spot
July 12, 2010
Ladies, prepare your DVRs. Teen dream Joe Jonas has landed a guest appearance on TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland, EW.com reports.
EW’s Andy Patrick says the middle Jonas will appear in August as Valerie Bertinelli’s character’s college-aged son. Might this be an early bid at an acting career for the aging pop... Read More
DVD Review: 'Psych' Season 4
July 12, 2010
USA Network has kept its tongue firmly planted in its cheek the past decade with a slew of crime shows that don’t take themselves too seriously. The trend started with “Monk” in 2002 and has continued with other gut-busters including “Burn Notice” and “Psych,” which sees its fourth season coming to... Read More
DVD Review: 'Warehouse 13: Season One'
July 09, 2010
From Friday’s Weekend Look section of The Oklahoman
Can it be a coincidence that the network formerly known as the Sci-Fi Channel changed its moniker to the inane Syfy the same day “Warehouse 13″ premiered? I think not.
“Warehouse 13,” which rivals its channel’s name for inanity, steals its premise... Read More
Kristin Chenoweth snags Emmy nomination for 'Glee'
July 08, 2010
Broken Arrow native Kristin Chenoweth was nominated for her third Primetime Emmy Award Thursday morning for her guest starring role on “Glee.” She played former glee club member April Rhodes in two episodes on the FOX show, which led all comedy series with 19 nominations.
Michael Scott wishes to resign as The Office boss
June 28, 2010
This weekend, Steve Carell reaffirmed his desire to fulfill his NBC contract for one final season as his best-loved character, The Office‘s semi-lovable idiot boss, Michael Scott.
In memoriam, I’ve compiled my five personal favorite Michael Scott lines from the show’s hilarious six-year run.
Final episodes of "Saving Grace" air at 8 and 9 tonight on TNT
June 21, 2010
The Oklahoma City-set spiritual/cop drama “Saving Grace” will end its four-season run with back-to-back episodes at 8 and 9 tonight on TNT.
The final season ends with nine episodes. TNT had wanted a full-season order, but Fox Television Studios, which owns the show, declined for budgetary reasons, reports my... Read More
Monday Catchy Quote No. 120
June 21, 2010
A catchy quote from a movie, TV show or other source to brighten the beginning of your week:
The Brain: Pinky, are you pondering what I’m pondering?
Pinky: I think so Brain, but Zero Mostel times anything will still give you Zero Mostel.
"Saving Grace" finale airing Monday night on TNT
June 20, 2010
After four seasons on TNT, the often-controversial spiritual/cop drama “Saving Grace” will make its series finale Monday night. Created, produced and written by Oklahoma native Nancy Miller, the show centers around Oklahoma City police detective Grace Hanadarko, played by Academy Award winner Holly Hunter.
"Glee" might be a good fit for Carrie Underwood
June 18, 2010
AOL’s JSYK.com (Just So You Know) has mused about the possibilities of Checotah native Carrie Underwood making a suitable guest addition to the cast of Fox’s hit TV show “Glee.”
Because of the popularity of the “Glee” tribute episodes, Underwood might be a good fit for the show.
Video: First "Smurfs" teaser trailer released
June 17, 2010
Do we really need to a movie version of what very well could be the lamest cartoon to come out of the 1980s? Apparently, Columbia Pictures thinks we not only need to see a big-screen adaptation of “The Smurfs,” we need to see it in 3-D.
Wednesday Video Spotlight: Hanson plays on "Today"
June 16, 2010
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Tulsa sibling trio Hanson appeared on the “Today” show Monday morning to perform “Thinking ‘Bout Somethin’,” the soulful first single from their new album “Shout It Out,” which is getting rave reviews.