One of last summer’s surprise successes, “Marlon” is a throwback sitcom livened up by its rambunctious star, the irrepressible Marlon Wayans of the legendary family of comics. With older brother Damon coming back for Season 2 on Fox’s “Lethal Weapon” and nephew Damon Wayans Jr. launching his own CBS comedy (“Happy Together”) this fall, the Wayans family has not been this dominant in the medium since the heyday of “In Living Color” nearly 30 years ago. On “Marlon,” Wayans plays a Peter Pan who’s been kicked out of Never Never Land and is relying on his ex-wife, Ashley (Essence Atkins), and his two children to keep him together. He’s so miserable as a newly single man that he’s always at Ashley’s house, competing with her Cookie Lyon-like best friend, Yvette (Bresha Webb), for her attention. While Wayans’ humor is mostly broad, he reserves a delightful catty streak for his scenes with … [Read more...] about Wayans serves up plenty of laughs for Season 2 of ‘Marlon’
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On this episode of Entrepreneur's pitch show, judged by sports broadcaster Lindsay McCormick and other prominent investors, the panel has to make some tough calls. Entrepreneur Staff Published 7:00 am, Wednesday, May 30, 2018 Photo: Entrepreneur Media, Inc. Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Entrepreneur Media, Inc. Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch Season 2 Ep. 6: 'It's Not About the Man, It's About the Market.' 1 / 1 Back to Gallery You may have passion, a patent and product sales under your belt, but these ingredients combined aren’t necessarily enough to yield a deal on the weekly pitch show Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch. You need a way into a competitive market, a direct path to revenue and proof that you can really deliver. On each episode, contestants get just 60 seconds to sell a panel of … [Read more...] about Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch Season 2 Ep. 6: ‘It’s Not About the Man, It’s About the Market.’
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Television Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by The Handmaid's Tale ByGenevieve Valentine May 9, 2018 Season 2, Episode 4: ‘Other Women’ “June will be chained in this room until she gives birth. And then June will be executed. Offred has an opportunity.” — Aunt Lydia Back home at the Waterford house at last, Offred gets to attend a baby shower. Not June — Offred. In last week’s episode, June was captured as she was on the verge of escaping from Gilead. This week’s episode opens with June held prisoner in the Red Center, chained to the floor in solitary confinement. June remains defiant, but Aunt Lydia makes clear that the only way out is to leave June behind, repent and go back to Serena and Commander Waterford as Offred. But the choice between life and death isn’t much of a choice at all, and back in … [Read more...] about ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 2, Episode 4: Opportunity
Supported by Television Westworld By SCOTT TOBIAS MAY 6, 2018 Continue reading the main story Share This Page Continue reading the main story Season 2, Episode 3: ‘Virtù e Fortuna’On the second episode of the first season of “Westworld,” Lee Sizemore introduced a new narrative called “Odyssey on Red River,” which he described as the “apex” of what Westworld could be, an amplification of the Wild West perversity and ultraviolence that the guests loved. Sizemore was treating Westworld like any other theme park: In order to keep visitors coming back, his answer was to keep building bigger roller coasters. But after soaking in Sizemore’s splashy presentation, Dr. Ford turned it down flat — to his mind, the appeals of Westworld were more abstract than visceral, and the guests’ time in the park spoke more to a deeper existential longing than to the bang-bang action on the … [Read more...] about ‘Westworld’ Season 2, Episode 3 Recap: ‘Just Words in My Head’
Culture Westworld The second season of Westworld is finally here, after over a year of waiting and speculation. Anticipation is high—so much so that creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy managed to convince fans (and reporters) they were going to release a comprehensive spoiler video ahead of the Season 2 premiere. (They uploaded an elaborate "Rick Roll" video instead.) Clearly, this premiere is not be missed. Here's what you need to know to catch the first episode of Westworld Season 2, "Journey Into Night," tonight. How to watch The Westworld Season 2 premiere airs Sunday, April 22 at 9 p.m. ET on HBO. The episode runs one hour and ten minutes. If you have an HBO included in your cable package, but are unable to watch live, you can catch up via HBO Go, HBO’s streaming service. Recommended Slideshows 44 In Pictures: Every U.S. President Ranked From Best to Worst 51 In Pictures: The 50 Most Powerful Military … [Read more...] about How To Watch ‘Westworld’ Season 2 and What to Know for the Premiere
Former Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have made the jump from the BBC to Amazon Prime, with the first series of their new motoring show The Grand Tour becoming one of the online streaming service's biggest hits. But what can we expect from season two? Here's everything we know so far. When will the second season of The Grand Tour arrive on Amazon Prime? The series will begin on December 9, with the first episode released at midnight. Subsequent episodes will appear at midnight every Friday. When can I see a trailer? Right now, as long as you're an Amazon Prime member. To celebrate Prime Day, the streaming service has released a 30-second teaser featuring the usual vehicular mayhem in exotic locales. Watch it here. Where will they be filming? Production is already under way for the second series, and viewers can expect to see The Grand Tour's travelling studio-tent pop up in Mozambique, Georgia and the USA. Judging by Clarkson's … [Read more...] about The Grand Tour season 2: when will it be on Amazon Prime? Plus, all we know so far
Gigi (Merle Dandridge) and Lady Mae (Lynn Whitfield) on “Greenleaf,” which returns March 15, 2017 for a second season on OWN. This was posted Wednesday, March 15, 2017 by Rodney Ho on his AJC Radio & TV Talk blog In this cluttered TV world, breaking through and generating a hit takes luck, pluck and, in the case of “Greenleaf,” a sprinkle of Oprah Winfrey pixie dust. The Atlanta-produced drama about a megachurch family in Memphis drew an average of 3.256 million viewers in its opening season last year, according to Nielsen based on DVR usage up to a week. That was the eighth most popular prime-time show shot in Atlanta last year and 177th of all prime-time shows in 2016. It’s the first scripted show on Winfrey’s OWN network not created by Tyler Perry. And much to Winfrey’s relief, the mixture of soapy drama, gospel music and complicated family dynamics clicked.“In the past, we couldn’t get Tyler’s audience to stay for … [Read more...] about OWN’s ‘Greenleaf’ season 2 preview: more fireworks, more sibling quality time and Rick Fox!
ABC’s “Designated Survivor” ended its midseason finale in December with a bang or, more accurately, a crash. When the series returns on Wednesday with an all-new episode, there will be a bit of a time-jump. With about two and a half months between the last new episode and this upcoming one, the drama plans on incorporating that amount of time into its storyline. Titled “Grief,” the midseason premiere picks up 10 weeks after President Kirkman (Kiefer Sutherland) lost his wife Alex (Natascha McElhone) in a car accident. Still mourning her death, his senior staff insists he hire a therapist to help him deal with it all. He ends up reluctantly seeing Dr. Adam Louden (Timothy Busfield) in Season 2, episode 11. Though the episode picks up a few weeks later, it’s clear from the trailer that there will be flashbacks to moments in-between that viewers missed out on. One specific scene shows President Kirkman having to tell his daughter Penny (McKenna … [Read more...] about ‘Designated Survivor’ Season 2 Midseason Premiere Spoilers: What Happens In Episode 11?
Prepare to unfreeze all motor functions in April Jennifer Maas, provided by Published 6:03 pm, Sunday, February 4, 2018 Okay, this definitely does look like something to us. HBO revealed the first full-length trailer for season 2 of “Westworld” during Super Bowl LII on Sunday, announcing the series will return on April 22. While it was a big moment for fans of the sci-fi series, it may have been an even bigger one for the premium cable network itself, which hasn’t aired an ad during the game in 20 years. Also Read: 'Westworld': Jimmi Simpson Confirms He's in Season 2 -- But Is 'Gonna Shut Up' From There The commercial (directed by co-creator Jonathan Nolan) is our most in-depth look so far into the return of Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood), Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) and the rest of your favorite hosts, guests and Delos Destinations employees. However, it is actually our second glimpse into the upcoming season, the first being a season 2 teaser … [Read more...] about ‘Westworld’ Season 2 gets long trailer, release date in rare HBO Super Bowl commercial
Bryan Mills’ survival skills are put to the test in this week’s episode of “Taken.” According to the synopsis for Season 2, episode 2 of the NBC action thriller, a plane carrying Bryan (Clive Standen) and a key witness in a murder investigation crashes. Although both survive the crash, Mills is wounded and must call upon the survival skills his father taught him to overcome the elements, find a way out of the woods, and protect the witness from a lethal team of mercenaries on their tail. In a trailer teasing the upcoming episodes of the show’s sophomore run, Bryan reveals to the witness named Paul Graham (Alexander Draper) that the plane is about to crash. Paul panics but eventually heads to the back of the plane like Bryan told him. “The back of the plane is the safest place to be in a crash,” Bryan tells Paul moments before the crash. As Bryan and Paul try to get out of the woods safe, Santana (Jessica Camacho) organizes a “go big or go … [Read more...] about ‘Taken’: Bryan Mills Survives A Plane Crash In Season 2, Episode 2