Month: April 2024

Ncuti Gatwa está criticando las actitudes hacia los actores negros, diciendo que tienen que actuar impecablemente para conseguir el reconocimiento de la gente, mientras que la “mediocridad blanca” es amada por las masas. Gatwa, que interpretará al primer médico negro de la serie “Doctor Who”, habló con Attitude para su edición de mayo/junio, en donde
0 Comments
The 21st Irish Film & Television Academy (IFTA) Awards, which highlight Irish filmmakers, television creators and performers, saw Pat Collins’ That They May Face The Rising Sun win Best Film in an upset. Despite earning a second-best 11 nominations, the top award was its only win. Lies We Tell all with three wins: for Director
0 Comments
A lot is going on with Sugar Season 1 Episode 4 from both perspectives — Sugar’s identity and the case he’s trying to solve for the Spiegel family. Answers are not coming as to why it appears the two are wound together, although Ruby continually raises the point. Sugar isn’t the only one who wonders
0 Comments
It can certainly be said that Elsbeth Season 1 Episode 5 took a detour from the camp of theater, reality TV,  and high-profile matchmaking Serving a more serious tone, the episode Ball Girl gets right into play, putting a spotlight on Cliff McGrath, played by Quantico alum Blair Underwood. In full-circle fashion, Underwood even had
0 Comments
Former Bachelorette contestant Tyler Cameron isn’t pulling any punches when it comes to his feelings about Gerry Turner and Theresa Nist, the first Golden Bachelor couple who recently broke off their engagement. “They have put a true stain on love in the Bachelor world,” the recent participant from Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test said during an interview
0 Comments
Kevin Costner’s ‘The Gray House‘ To Open Monte-Carlo TV Festival The 63rd Monte-Carlo Television Festival, which takes place 14-18 June, has added a touch of star power. The Kevin Costner-produced civil war spy drama The Gray House will be this year’s World Premiere Screening. The limited series, which Costner’s Territory Pictures and Morgan Freeman’s Revelations
0 Comments
Watching Chicago Fire has always felt nostalgic, even in the beginning. The pacing, the dialogue, and the often unrealistic (but still highly entertaining) storylines are reminiscent of the daytime soap operas that you might remember from spending sick days off school at your grandma’s house. To be clear, that’s the highest compliment a show could
0 Comments
That was a philosophical debate that was long in coming. Stuart and Nina wrestled with a question that plagues many professional couples in dangerous jobs on FBI Season 6 Episode 9. In their case, the problem is on steroids, as there’s an infant son involved as well. And, just to ratchet things up a bit more,
0 Comments