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  • Report: Ex-NBC employee says he helped Bill Cosby pay off women

    Just two days after Bill Cosby lawyer Martin D. Singer called out news media for the "vilification" of his client over sexual assault accusations, another person has come forward with allegations about the comedian's past. Frank Scotti, a 90-year-old...
  • Lisa Bonet joins Raven-Symone in the no-comment-on-Cosby camp

    Lisa Bonet joins Raven-Symone in the no-comment-on-Cosby camp
    No, Lisa Bonet did not take a veiled shot at Bill Cosby over the weekend.  Cosby's former costar on "The Cosby Show" has no social media accounts, a rep for Bonet told Gossip Cop, and didn't tweet anything, however enigmatic, referring to her onetime TV...
  • Review: 'Cosby' by Mark Whitaker

    Review: 'Cosby' by Mark Whitaker
    Comedian Hannibal Buress recently went on a rant aimed at Bill Cosby, a rant — "You raped women, Bill Cosby" — fueled by the many allegations over the last decade of rape or sexual assault by more than a dozen women that have shadowed Cosby'...
  • Returning to 'The Wonder Years' world

    When adolescents Kevin Arnold and Winnie Cooper had their first kiss in the pilot episode of the Emmy-winning ABC series "The Wonder Years," it also marked the first time that Fred Savage and Danica McKellar, who played those roles, had kissed anyone...
  • The serious side of 'The Simpsons' and 'Seinfeld'

    The serious side of 'The Simpsons' and 'Seinfeld'
    Twenty-five years ago — in 1989, to save you the math — two situation comedies premiered, each destined to become American institutions, even as each regarded American institutions with a jaundiced and ironic eye. One was a cartoon, set in a...
  • Networks' need for hit sitcoms is no laughing matter

    There's a backstage drama happening this fall on TV, and it's all about comedy. The major networks are in a sitcom slump, unable to generate the kind of magic found in shows like "Seinfeld," "Friends" and "The Big Bang Theory." ------------ For...
  • TV Review: 'Surviving Jack'

    The last thing TV needs is another nostalgic sitcom narrated by a young boy (indeed, it's almost time for a moratorium), but "Surviving Jack" conjures a few amusing moments, courtesy of its 1991 time frame and Chris Meloni's quirky turn as the dad of...
  • Digital artists in India make U.S. films pop

    MUMBAI, India — Darren Aronofsky may be a household name in Hollywood, where his last two films were critically acclaimed hits. But to the young Indian artists laboring on the director's newest project — the Biblical epic "Noah" — he was...
  • LeBron James' new show has been cast

    LeBron James' new show has been cast
    Miami Heat star forward LeBron James has moved one step forward with his new Starz series. The cable network recently announced it has cast several roles for the half-hour comedy, "Survivor's Remorse," which the network greenlighted in February for a...
  • Broadcast TV viewers in U.S. to see more dramas next season

    By Liana B. Baker (Reuters) - Viewers may be laughing a lot less when they turn on their televisions this fall, as the major U.S. broadcasters are loading up their schedules with dramas in an effort to lure some defecting viewers back from cable. For...
  • Actor Michael Jace's arrest in wife's killing stuns neighbors

    Actor Michael Jace's arrest in wife's killing stuns neighbors
    Neighbors expressed shock over the arrest of "The Shield" actor Michael Jace on suspicion of killing his wife, April, inside their Hyde Park home Monday. "They were the Huxtables on the block," neighbor Tonja Edwards said, referring to the fictional...