Drew Peterson, 59, was sentenced Thursday to 38 years in prison for the 2004 murder of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, 40, who was found in her bathtub and whose death had been ruled as an accidental drowning.
After a week in which attention has been almost exclusively dedicated to the destruction caused on the East Coast by Hurricane Sandy, people are getting back to the overarching topic of the presidential election between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, which dominated the news before the natural disaster, and will be decided today at the polls by citizens across the nation.
Season Four of NBC's Parks and Recreation ended with Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) asking residents of Pawnee to get out a map. “A crisp new one that shows where we might go. Let’s embark on a new journey together and see where it takes us,” she said.
While this broadly drawn rom com with added gimmick is far from the most inspired concept – its little more than a reverse Liar Liar and something that ten years ago would have surely been earmarked as a throwaway vehicle for Jim Carey – it does serve to highlight just how much a comedy script can benefit from being written with a specific comedian in mind.
The title of Rob Lowe’s autobiography - Stories I only Tell My Friends - has an incredibly appropriate undertone to it. As opposed to his philosophy on life or meditations on how his career progressed, the book is a collection of anecdotes from the Bratpacker's fractured career.
Charlie Sheen's Two and a Half Men costar, Jon Cryer, may be bearing the brunt of his outrage now that he's made it clear how he feels about Chuck Lorre, the show's producer, who is in talks with actor Rob Lowe about possibly signing on.
Maybe we’re tired of watching one self-involved backstabber after another and wondering “why are they on my TV screen?” The reality shows that dominate primetime lineups have done their best to prove that schadenfreude (an emotion we really should label in English) is a good reason to turn on the television.
Rob Lowe, also known as Senator Robert McCallister on Brothers & Sisters, will be leaving the drama after four seasons in a split much more amicable than his departure from The West Wing in 2002. Lowe “felt under-utilized in the family drama storyline” and asked to be let out of his contract, accoding to the industry website Deadline Hollywood.