Articles for Hung Season 2

It‘s a battle of the pimps on the season 2 premiere of Hung.When the HBO comedy returns tonight, Ray (Thomas Jane) finds himself in the middle of dueling pimps ("One ho, two pimps"). In the red corner is Tanya (Jane Adams), who‘s grown insecure about bringing someone else on-board in their happiness consultancy operations; and in the blue corner is Lenore (Rebecca Creskoff), the new pimp who wants to upgrade Ray so she can, well, pimp him to her upscale clients.Find out: Which ‘Hung‘ Character Are You?What‘s an embattled pimp to do? Seek help from a more experienced pimp, of course. That‘s what Tanya does, and help comes in the form of Jericho alum Lennie James. And when Tanya tries to step up her game, her "research" will lead her to some pretty dark places.Hung season 2 promos after the jump: Read more »
Today‘s wintry economic climate makes finding a job harder than ever, so now is the perfect time to become your own boss. Luckily, all those "wasted" hours spent watching TV during your unemployment might have some helpful tips on how to get your career on the fast track.Here are just a few great job opportunities inspired by some of television‘s biggest go-getters.  Read more »
This Thursday the 2010 Emmy nominations will be announced, and unlike past years, all eyes will be on the comedy field. With the brightest crop of freshman comedies in a long time, the Emmys could finally get young and hip with shows like Glee, Modern Family and Hung. This would be a nice change of pace from your grandma‘s Emmys where Everybody Loves Raymond and Two and a Half Men have ruled.See our Drama Emmy Preview>>The nominees will tell the tale of whether the old guard keeps the status quo or if the new generation is finally ready to breathe new life into a stale race. Will Glee, Modern Family and more cool new shows make the cut, or will Emmy voters default to Tony Shalhoub in Monk?  Read more »
This morning the Golden Glode Award nominations were announced, and the TV side featured some truly outrageous nominations. While shows like Glee and 30 Rock picked up many expected nominations, who could‘ve seen someone like Scott Caan getting nominated for Hawaii Five-0? Or Piper Perabo for USA‘s Covert Affairs?The Golden Globes also gave love to new shows like Boardwalk Empire, The Walking Dead and The Big C. Read more »
It was a big night for Glee as members of the foreign press kicked off awards season with the Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles.The Fox musical series was named Best TV Series - Comedy or Musical for a second year in a row, with Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch taking home Best Supporting Actor and Actress, respectively. HBO‘s Prohibition-era drama Boardwalk Empire was named Best TV Series - Drama, with Steve Buscemi named Best Actor - Drama. Katey Sagal was finally recognized as Best Actress - Drama for her work in FX‘s Sons of Anarchy, while Jim Parsons and Laura Linney were similarly feted.The Facebook drama The Social Network emerged as the big winner on the film front, winning four awards, including Best Motion Picture - Drama and honors for director David Fincher and writer Aaron Sorkin. The quirky comedy The Kids Are All Right went home with two awards, including Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical. Natalie Portman was named Best Actress - Drama for Black Swan, while The Fighter‘s Christian Bale and Melissa Leo took nods for Best Supporting Actor and Actress.The nominees for this year‘s major awards are listed below, with the winners in bold. The full list of winners can be found here. Read more »