Improbable as it may sound, there is an entire television series devoted to people who hire hit men to kill their loved/hated ones. The Investigation Discovery show Nothing Personal is hosted by Steve Schirripa, the jovial comedian who played Bobby Baccalieri on The Sopranos. Now ... More >>
Downton Abbey is a total television phenomenon. So much so that this PBS Masterpiece Classic was added to the Guinness Book of World Records in 2011 as the most critically acclaimed TV show in the English language. More than American Idol. More than The Sopranos?! That's sayin ... More >>
tumblr.comHeidi Montag to star in VH1's new reality show where celebs revamp a restaurantIf you heard VH1 was filming a new reality television show called Famous Food, would you immediately envision a 30-minute reel where bleach-bottle blondes and moronic musicians try their hand at cooking? ... More >>
Thievery Corporation's stylistic spin spans the globe.
Photo courtesy Ion Media NetworksDurham County's Det. Mike Sweeney and Ray Prager - two of the worst fathers / husbands in television history.Durham County has a sneaky way of getting under your skin. Maybe it's the familiar anytown where it's set. Or the way the characters line up along a moral ... More >>
Broward and the Palm Beaches' most active head-spinner.
Say what you will about Café Martorano. It's all ours.
You will get caught. From the "Really Coulda Seen This Coming" South Florida crime files, we have 32-year-old Fort Lauderdale detective Jorge Reyes, who was assigned to a special task force aimed at breaking up money-laundering rings. Such a job is vital to bringing down all sorts of criminal enterp ... More >>
I know the Sun-Sentinel is desperate for ads and needs to keep the local pari-mutuel industry as one of its gold mines, but the cover of Showtime, its Friday entertainment mag, was ridiculous. The cover included an image of a Monopoly slot machine with the headline: "Slots ... More >>
It sure ain't the definitive Big Apple
In Steve Buscemi's latest, the journalist-star sitdown is an interview between vampires
What's in a Mafia name?
King Jammy puts dancehall in its place
Hey, man, quit Bogarting those baked clams
Showbiz noir investigates TV Superman's real-life tragedy.
Soulfull Saturday was a success in spite of a certain dawdling diva.
Hollywood claims the sky is falling. To which we say Puh-lease.
Jenne goes after the, um, Mafia. Question is, who's the bad guy?
There's a dizzying mix of fantasy and reality in today's Cosa Nostra
In Chianese's case, singing is a good thing
And they bring drag-king pirates and homosexual hit men with them
Another of South Florida's finest bands is taking I-95 north
De Niro delights, even if this sequel is slight
Hey you, famous person! You'll have to wait in line with the rest of us to get into Café Martorano
The government killed TV, and Hollywood's begging it to revive the corpse
That's no longer the question for visionary Stephen J. Cannell, who now lives the novel life
Made, a wannabe Mob comedy, won't be furthering anyone's career
Liv Tyler makes the boys go crazy in One Night at McCool's
TV managed to suck and blow in 2000, but still, we watched...and watched
Mickey Blue Eyes