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I’ve seen Ordinary People twice before, but I wanted to get back to it again after the passing of Mary Tyler Moore. Her atypical role as an uncaring mother here is unexpected and unforgettable, but it’s also just one part of an incredible film. 1,115 more words



Check out the trailer for CBS’s new comedy “Superior Donuts”. This buddy comedy stars Judd Hirsch (Taxi) and comedian Jermaine Fowler. Superior Donuts is a comedy about the owner of a small donut shop, located in a quickly gentrifying Chicago neighborhood, who hires a millennial that’s determined to bring the shop into the 20th century. Premieres February 2nd 


TV Review: 'Superior Donuts' on CBS

Few things are more reliable these days than the arrival of complaint-driven comedies that have no love for millennials, kale and man-buns. “Superior Donuts” slides very easily into that category with an air of confidence that is not backed up by its warmed-over jokes or by the stale assumptions that it peddles. 611 more words


Forever: Season 1/ Episode 1 "Pilot" [Series Premiere] - Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)


An immortal man, who has found himself invested in being a medical examiner, seems to have found himself become the favorite ME of one detective. 884 more words

TV Series

Numb3rs S01, Ep07 - Counterfeit Reality

Show: Numb3rs
Season: 1
Episode: 7
Title: Counterfeit Reality
Original Air Date: March 11, 2005

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Blog Archive

'Superior Donuts' Takes Dog-Whistle Questions On Race, Gentrification, Gun Control Storylines At TCA

Creators of CBS’ new sitcom Superior Donuts did not dispute one TV critic’s suggestion at TCA that the network will spend zero time marketing its impressive pedigreee: adaptation of Broadway play of same name by a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright (Tracy Letts). 527 more words

Breaking News

OCP Holding Auditions for 'Elephant's Graveyard' and 'Superior Donuts'

The Omaha Community Playhouse will be holding auditions for their next Alternative Programming production as well as the season finale for the Howard Drew Theatre. 430 more words