Posts tagged "hbo"

Wednesday Quickies!

A documentary covering Heidi Fleiss’s attempt to open a legal all-male brothel for women in Nevada premiere’s July 21 on HBO. [W]
A 15-year-old in Canton, OH (where I grew up!) sends or receives about 15,000 text messages a month. She has an unlimited texting plan. [WEWS Cleveland]
Did you know that grooms in Korea…

Catherine Strawn / June 25, 2008

Quick Pic: The Boys From Entourage Engage In Some Play Fighting

Men are so funny when they wrestle for fun. [Filming in Los Angeles, 6/19/08]…

The Frisky / June 19, 2008

Sensitive Skin, Hot Sex

Sex is still in the city and on HBO. Kim Cattrall, aka Samantha Jones, will executive produce/star in Sensitive Skin, a new show about a 50-something Manhattan housewife putting herself (and her crotch) out there. The series will be based on a BBC program of the same name which featured the coolest cougar from Absolutely

Simcha / June 3, 2008

Show We’ll Be Watching: Swingtown

One of the upcoming shows getting lots of buzz is Swingtown on CBS — I don’t think it has an official release date yet, but I’m psyched. The show centers around couples in the 1970’s who are into swinging — i.e. partner swapping. How did a show like this end up on CBS?

Amelia McDonell-Parry / May 12, 2008

Coming To A TV Near You!

Nick Lachey is set to host a High School Musical-inspired talent show competition. Get ready for some show tunes! [Just Jared]
Could the 90210 remake start to suck even before it’s begun filming? E! Online reports that the CW may have reached out to Hilary Duff about starring in the series. No, no, no! [E!

Simcha / April 25, 2008

Polygamist Compound Raided

While it may take until 2009 for HBO’s hot hit Big Love to start its third season, there’s some real life polygamy drama going down in Texas and Warren Jeffs is a real-life Roman Grant. After an unidentified 16-year-old girl called 911 to report sexual and physical abuse, Police raided the Fundamentalist Church of Jesu…

Simcha / April 7, 2008

If This Is What Marriage Is Like, We’re Never Doing It

HBO’s controversial new show Tell Me You Love Me is amazingly depressing, incredibly arousing, and mind-bending-ly boring. Focused on four couples, all of whom are straight and fairly middle-class, the show aims to give the viewers an uncensored look at male/female relationships, flaws completely exposed to their bloody mucus-y center. To be perfectly honest, we…

Amelia McDonell-Parry / December 4, 2007
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