The African-American comedian wins her on-camera role after serving as a writer on the show last season.
“The cable business is evolving from mainly selling you a pay TV package to mainly selling you a broadband Internet service,” says FBR Research analyst Barton Crockett.
Fallon says he was inspired by his daughter, Winnie Rose, whose first word, alas, was “Mama.”
William Luce dramatized Dickinson’s homebound life by combining details from biographies, her poetry and her letters into an entrancing one-woman show, “The Belle of Amherst,” that he wrote for the gifted and versatile Julie Harris in 1976.
At an Ivy League stand-in called Winchester University, black students endure marginalization in both the classroom and campus cultural life, with many finding acceptance at Armstrong/Parker Hall, which has a longstanding tradition of black residents.
No, really in the middle. Like, in the air. He’s levitating.
“HBO and ESPN are the two main reasons why people have cable and satellite TV,” says Forrester analyst James McQuivey.
Downey’s big-city, high-priced lawyer, Hank Palmer, helps his ailing father, Duvall’s Judge Joseph Palmer, in an excrement-soiled bathroom, pulling him into the shower while they both struggle for an excuse to keep Hank’s young daughter outside.
First-time director-screenwriter Theodore Melfi, who snagged Murray by first calling the actor’s 1-800 number and leaving a voice mail, doesn’t give us a lot of backstory about Vincent.