On “Hap and Leonard,” Michael Kenneth Williams portrays the latest in a string of movie and TV characters offering up positive representations of black, gay characters. Here are some of our other favorites.
Because he’s so much more than Omar on “The Wire.” (Although that was pretty amazing.)
Drugs are bad, of course. But the TV story possibilities are endless (and quite addictive). So what’s your fix? We’ve got uppers, downers, booze, pills, some “Mad Men,” some “Breaking Bad” and eight other shows to satisfy your cravings
Critical raves, fan favorites, cult followings … shows like “The Gilmore Girls” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” had it all, but they still went home empty-handed when it came to Emmy season. But despite the lack of trophies, they’ve all earned their place among the greats in television history. Here are 10 shows that prove that winning isn’t everything…
Sometimes the most inspiring characters are the ones who change the most, improving themselves through hard work, training and sheer determination. They end up heroes, but they didn’t start out that way. Here are our very favorite outcast transformations from the small and big screens — inlcuding Peggy Olson on “Mad Men” and Neville Longbottom on “Harry Potter.”
SundanceTV announced today the casting of Michael Kenneth Williams (The Wire, “Inherent Vice,” “12 Years a Slave,” Boardwalk Empire) as a lead character, Leonard Pines, in its newest original scripted series “Hap and Leonard.”