Bruce Miller is editor of the Sioux City Journal. He has covered entertainment for more than 40 years and teaches newswriting at Briar Cliff University.
“Antebellum” opens on one of those Civil War-era plantations where Confederate soldiers plow through fields of slaves. It’s a brutal beginning…
Is being Disney royalty better, or being a superhero? In "Secret Society," you don't have to choose.
Planting 130 cameras at nominees’ homes, they’re expecting wardrobe surprises, in-home parties and more than one dropped connection.
Executive producers Reginald Hudlin, left, and Ian Stewart give an Emmy Awards sneak peek.
Despite her field-worst score, she has the key ingredients for a long run – poor dancing skills, a scandalous reputation, dozens of imitators and a built-in set list.
Unsure of her place in the "Secret Society," Peyton Elizabeth Lee consults with Skyler Astin.
Ready for action, from left: Faly Rakotohavana, Niles Fitch, Peyton Elizabeth Lee, Olivia Deeble and Isabella Blake-Thomas.