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Michael Langston Moore

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Michael Langston Moore
Michael Langston Moore is a freelance writer who aims to be both entertaining and insightful. His written work focuses on television, film, and music, and his analytical approach has landed him two columns on Examiner.com. Michael has interviewed the likes of Donald Trump, Russell Simmons, Paris Hilton and Christina Aguilera, and has also been featured as a guest on Boston’s WERS 88.9 FM. Entertainment junkies are always encouraged to get in touch with Michael, so feel free to contact him via email, Twitter or his TV blog The Screen Fiend.

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Articles From Michael Langston Moore
Tuesday Oct 4, 2011 45:00 PM ET
After all the hoopla and all the controversy, NBC opted to cancel The Playboy Club after just three episodes. Despite scantily clad Bunnies and a 1960s vibe that made viewers nostalgic for Motown, The Playboy Club ultimately goes out with...
Monday Sep 26, 2011 30:00 PM ET
Naturi Naughton talks to The Morton Report about about her new show The Playboy Club, Bunny Brenda, and where she expects her career to be five years from now.
Thursday Sep 8, 2011 00:00 PM ET
Tonight, the weird, wacky, and sometimes wise Wilfred comes to a close, as the finale caps off a season of jokes revolving around weed, feces, and sex with stuffed animals.  But there’s a beating heart lodged somewhere beneath Wilfred,...
Friday Sep 2, 2011 50:00 PM ET
We’ve known for years that the phrase “reality television” is an oxymoron, but is it actually possible that Big Brother 13, which is doing well for CBS in the ratings, is actually rigged? Okay, rigged might be too strong...
Thursday Aug 25, 2011 25:00 PM ET
R&B singer Aaliyah died ten years ago today when a twin-engine Cessna plane that was carrying she and eight other people crashed in the Bahamas.  It was a shocking jolt to R&B music, because unlike a rocker who indulges...
Tuesday Aug 23, 2011 10:00 PM ET
CBS’s Survivor: South Pacific returns to TV September 14, and while Russell Hantz won’t be intimidating his tribemates this go ‘round, he’ll apparently still have some connection to the game. His 19-year-old nephew, Brandon Hantz, is set to follow in...
Wednesday Aug 17, 2011 50:00 PM ET
The suicide of Russell Armstrong, the ex-husband of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armstrong, is a terrible tragedy that deserves the utmost respect.  At the same time, Bravo runs a business, and with just a few...
Wednesday Aug 10, 2011 45:00 PM ET
Amy Winehouse’s premature death on July 23, 2011 was certainly tragic, but according to Dr. Carole Lieberman, it wasn’t shocking.  She saw it coming, foreshadowing Amy's final days in her latest book Bad Girls: Why Men Love Them & How...
Tuesday Aug 9, 2011 55:00 PM ET
It’s the topic everyone has an opinion on.  Where people take sides and no one sits on the fence: Does a show like Basketball Wives perpetuate black female stereotypes? With the finale now over and what’s sure to be a...
Tuesday Aug 9, 2011 05:00 AM ET
The season three finale of Basketball Wives is in the books, and as we brace ourselves for what’s sure to be a wild, combative reunion show next week, there’s still a host of questions fans of the show are dying to have answered.
Saturday Aug 6, 2011 50:00 AM ET
Despite the success of actresses like Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, the idea that women can’t be funny remains as pervasive as ever.  It was a shock to many that Bridesmaids was as successful as it was, and despite Betty...
Monday Aug 1, 2011 25:00 AM ET
Film fans often bemoan Hollywood’s lack of originality, the desire of studio execs to milk cash cows in a concerted effort to drain our wallets.
Monday Jul 18, 2011 10:00 PM ET
The best show of television has returned, and yet, there are still some who don’t understand the obsession that is Breaking Bad.  Why watch three seasons (season four debuted Sunday night) of a man slowly embracing his criminality?

  Is Walt...
Monday Jul 18, 2011 45:00 PM ET
Who doesn’t remember the multi-colored characters of Doug, the Twilight Zone-inspired series Are You Afraid of the Dark or the two oddball brothers with the same name in The Adventures of Pete & Pete?
Thursday Jul 14, 2011 55:00 AM ET
Television fans, bloggers, and critics wield an unprecedented amount of power. The marriage of the Internet and passionate TV viewers has helped to resurrect canceled programs (Futurama, The Game) and unseat controversial talk show hosts (Glenn Beck). But the Internet...

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