Gripping, tense, and upsetting to all those with family issues, Custody is a magnificent debut from director Xavier Legrand.
We attended a special screening of the latest episode of HBO’s “Divorce.” Things seem to be getting more awkward with new ex’s Frances (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Robert (Thomas Haden Church) in season 2.
This month, HBO’s hit series Divorce is celebrating the launch of season two with a wonderfully inspired New Year, New You Week all over Manhattan. It is a perfect way to kick off 2018 with a collection of motivational classes and inspirational events.
Divorce, an HBO comedy series starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church, knows exactly what it means to need a fresh start.
Inspired loosely by events in his real life, ‘In Living Color’ star Marlon Wayans stars in the new NBC comedy focusing around keeping a family together.
On October 4, executive producers Paul Simms, Sarah Jessica Parker, Sharon Horgan, Alison Benson and Aaron Kaplan with cast members Thomas Haden Church, Talia Balsam, Molly Shannon, Sterling Jerins, Dean Winters and Charlie Kilgore attended the New York premiere of HBO’s Divorce at SVA.
Whatever your expectations are for Divorce, lower them. One would hope that the new HBO series, created by Sharon Horgan, would be as delightfully funny as Catastrophe, Horgan’s other project currently on air. However, Divorce seems to be devoid of any concrete tone. The new Sarah Jessica Parker starring vehicle has next to nothing beyond tired cliches and profanity.