T.S. Eliot may have preferred "Coriolanus" to "Hamlet," but Daniel Sullivan's uneven new production at the Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park offers a muddled case for its virtues. The troubles start with Jonathan Cake ("Desperate Housewives"), who brings a buff boyishness to the title role of a high-born Roman soldier whose contempt for the common man is not unjustified given their apparent willingness to run from a fight (leaving him to defeat an entire city single-handedly). Exiled by the Roman populace and scheming politicians because of his obstinate (if justified) . . .
In a post to Instagram on Monday, ‘The Rookie' Star Afton Williamson released the name of the recurring actor she says sexually harassed her, as well as the name of the show's hairdresser she says sexually assaulted and bullied her in a racist manner. In the post, Williamson thanked fans for their support, saying "If you have experienced any of the above," referring to abuse and harassment, "I for one stand with you and I'm no longer afraid to be vocal about it. We Can Stand Together. Let's Change This Sickness. That Change starts with US." Williamson then said: "I was . . .
The meta-revival of "Beverly Hills, 90210" - dubbed "BH90210" - premieres Wednesday on Fox. The limited series will see original cast members Shannen Doherty (Brenda Walsh), Jason Priestley (Brandon Walsh), Jennie Garth (Kelly Taylor), Ian Ziering (Steve Sanders) and Gabrielle Carteris (Andrea Zuckerman) all return to play fictionalized versions of themselves - "with a healthy dose of irreverence" - as they try to get a revival of their old show off the ground. And because "BH90210" is about brining back "90210," TheWrap thought the best way to mark the occasion was . . .
ABC's "The Little Mermaid Live!" will only be half of a live action musical - the other half will consist of the original 1989 feature, director Hamish Hamilton explained to TV critics Monday. On the day of the live broadcast, he explained, "We're gonna invite everybody to come, both televisually and real people, real fans, to our ‘Little Mermaid' theater –the ‘dive in' theater - on the Disney lot, a few hundred people. In the middle of the room we'll have a giant projection surface, and on that projection surface we will play the feature. When we get to one of Alan . . .
Following "mixed-ish" and "Schooled," ABC is looking to turn another one of its comedies into a franchise. The network is currently eyeing a spinoff of "Fresh Off the Boat," in addition to another entry in the "Bachelor" franchise, ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke said in an interview with TheWrap on Monday. "I have heard there's a potential ‘Fresh off the Boat' spinoff that's possibly in the works, but I don't know much more than that," Burke said. "And there's an extension to the ‘Bachelor' franchise coming. We have to be careful not to dilute a . . .