There’s a new boss on Modern Family, and it’s… Aisha Tyler.
EW has learned that the co-host of The Talk will guest in an episode of Modern Family as the seemingly intense Wendy, a former law school classmate of Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) who runs the legal aid society where he gets a job. The episode, titled “Spring-A-Ding-Fling,” is slated to air in early March on ABC.In addition to… Continue reading ‘Modern Family’: Aisha Tyler to guest
Modern Family star Ariel Winter‘s mother, Chrisoula Workman, filed explosive legal docs on Thursday in a bid to get custody back of her daughter — claiming she never sexually abused the actress and that her older daughter, Shanelle Gray, caused her to get cancer, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is reporting.
Workman has asked a judge to remove Gray as guardian and have her reinstated.
In the latest legal salvo in the ongoing bitter family dispute… Continue reading ‘Modern Family’ Star Ariel Winter’s Mother Claims She Didn’t Sexually Abuse Daughter – Accuses Other Child Of Giving Her Cancer!
After almost 50 years in the spotlight, Cher can afford any opulent mansion that she desires so it is quite surprising that she instead chose to purchase a modest Venice, California, home that she is now selling for $ 1.89 million, and radio detection and rangingOnline.com has photos inside.
The If I Could Turn Back Time singer bought the 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 1,808 square foot house for $ 1,542,500… Continue reading Cher Lists Her Modest And Modern Venice Home For $1.89 Million, Take A Peek Inside!
“Modern Family” and “Breaking Bad” are the clear front-runners in the nominations for the 2013 Writers Guild of America Awards.
Both shows are nominated in their respective series categories, and they each occupy at least half the slots in the episodic categories. “Breaking Bad” scored four of the six nominations for individual drama episodes — that’s half of the episodes the AMC series aired in 2012… Continue reading 'Breaking Bad' and 'Modern Family' dominate Writers Guild TV nominations
It’s rare that you can trace an entire genre of movies to a single source, but you can with modern film comedy. Most of the landmark comedy films and filmmakers of the past 35 years can track their lineage back to one picture: “The Kentucky Fried Movie,” which opened exactly 35 years ago this week (on August 10, 1977).
The film may not be as well remembered today as other hits… Continue reading 'The Kentucky Fried Movie': How The Cult Classic Spawned Modern Film Comedy