Tuesday Apr 15
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Why 'Fargo' For TV Works With Cold Efficiency And 'Bad Teacher' Doesn't
Billy Bob Thornton in FX's Fargo, an adaptation that works by lifting the tone of the film, not the story.
The All-Time Best Movie and TV Soundtracks We've Ever Heard
Let's be real: What's Seth and Summer's first public smooch at the kissing booth without Patrick Park's "Something Pretty" swelling in the background? What about Bella and Edward's twinkle-light-filled prom dance sans Iron & Wine's "Flightless Bird, American Mouth"? Just two awkward teens swaying in a gazebo, that's what.
Actress Connie Britton to help fight poverty as UN agency Goodwill Ambassador
"We are thrilled to have Connie Britton join UNDP's efforts to fight poverty worldwide," said UNDP Director for External Relations Michael O'Neill.
Connie Britton named UN goodwill ambassador
Texas is set to execute its first inmate with a new batch of drugs, but the state prison agency remains determined to keep its supplier a secret, citing threats of violence to pharmacies that sell drugs used in... A federal judge on Wednesday halted two executions in Texas, declaring that the state's prison system must disclose to defense attorneys ... (more)
'About a Boy' brings some of realism from 'Parenthood' to NBC comedy block
David Walton and Benjamin Stockham's chemistry in NBC's new comedy "About a Boy" is what makes the show worth watching.