‘Monarch’ Tells a Tale of Lies & Secrets in Country Music’s Golden Family

The dark side of country music is coming out. FOX’s new drama Monarch follows the first family of country music in an epic tale of lies and betrayal. The matriarch and patriarch of this family, the Romans, are Dottie (played by Susan Sarandon) and Albie (portrayed by country music star Trace Adkins). Together, the duo have created a dynasty, but now it’s on shaky ground. Their daughter, Nicky (Anna Friel), is ready to do everything she can to protect her family’s musical reign as well as navigate her own growing career. “Everybody has secrets. Everybody has agendas,” explained Adkins. Having […]

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Elodie Yung Talks “The Cleaning Lady”

“When I got this part, my husband looked at me like, ‘Really? You are going to be the cleaning lady?’” I could show you a picture of the room I’m staying in right now,” laughs Élodie Yung, fully admitting cleaning isn’t her thing. But traditional cleaning is not what this role or FOX’s new The Cleaning Lady (Mondays beginning Jan. 3) is all about. Yung stars as Thony, a Cambodian surgeon who comes to the U.S. to pursue a lifesaving medical treatment for her young son. Originally here on a medical visa, complications arise and she is forced to stay […]

People Presents: Blending Christmas

Lifetime’s “People Presents: Blending Christmas” Brings the Bradys Back for the Holidays

Bring a bit of nostalgia into your Christmas plans this year by sitting down with People Presents: Blending Christmas, a story of family and love and … Bradys? Yes, this movie reunites a number of stars from The Brady Bunch, including Barry Williams, Christopher Knight, Mike Lookinland and Susan Olsen. The former Brady children play the extended family of a couple, Emma and Liam (Haylie Duff and Aaron O’Connell), who are discussing marriage. Liam plans on proposing over the holidays, but only if both of their families can be there. The families show up, but drama ensues, and the couple […]

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Interview With “It’s a Wonderful Life’s” Tommy Bailey

This year marks the 75th anniversary of Frank Capra’s timeless classic It’s a Wonderful Life. In celebration of the milestone, Paramount Pictures has released a two-disc Blu-ray collectible that includes a colorized version of the film in high definition, along with bonus content that reviews the preserving and revitalizing of this iconic holiday classic. Here we caught up with actor Jimmy Hawkins, who at age 4 played the youngest of the Bailey children — Tommy — in the 1946 film. What is your favorite scene in It’s a Wonderful Life, and if you could just explain why? When George comes […]