Disney Channel program “Good Luck Charlie” is about to break some new ground for the kids’ network — an episode next season will feature a child with two moms.
TV Guide reports that in one episode of “Charlie’s” final season, Charlie’s (Mia Talerico) parents set up a playdate for her with a friend who happens to have two moms. It is actually the secondary storyline… Continue reading 'Good Luck Charlie' brings first same-sex couple to the Disney Channel
The HBO horse racing drama “Luck” has come to an end following the deaths of three horses used in production. Cast and crew were shooting the second season on Tuesday (March 13) when the third horse reared and fell, sustaining a head injury. The animal was euthanized.
Both PETA and the American Humane Association demanded that HBO cease production involving horses, but HBO took it… Continue reading HBO series 'Luck' canceled after three horses die on set: Racetrack drama can't continue without horses
I’ve never understood some people’s fascination with horses. Horse lovers can go on and on about the creatures’ beauty, their gracefulness, their mystique. Me, I see overgrown donkeys that would love nothing more than to kick me in the nads. But HBO’s Luck, the new drama about horse racing that debuted tonight, is taking my ignorance for quite a ride of clarity. Through the eyes of Michael Mann (Heat) and… Continue reading Luck Is a Winner for HBO
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Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek return to the big screen, bringing sparks to their sixth movie match-up with Puss in Boots. The duo first worked together 16 years ago in the live-action film Desperado. We caught up with the two for a quick chat and, as expected, they couldn’t… Continue reading Cine Latino: Exclusive Interview with Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek--Who’s the Luck Charm in This Relationship?
The first teaser for Season 2 of “Game of Thrones” aired Sunday night, and … there’s no footage from what’s been filmed so far. Which doesn’t mean that it doesn’t have us psyched anyway.
HBO gave us a small taste of two of its upcoming shows — “Thrones” and the horse-racing drama “Luck” — in the run-up to “Boardwalk Empire’s” premiere Sunday (Sept. 25). Both series… Continue reading 'Game of Thrones,' 'Luck': HBO teases 2012 in 'Boardwalk Empire' premiere