Orange Is the New Black’s Diane Guerrero has signed on to play Sofia – a young Uptown gentrifier who parks her food truck, which serves healthy, socially conscious breakfast foods, in front of Arthur’s old-school donut shop – a new regular character on CBS’ Superior Donuts.
Superior Donuts returns for its second season on Monday, October 30th.
Superior Donuts – starring Judd Hirsch as the owner of the eponymous donut shop and Jermaine Fowler as his newest employee – will make its primetime debut in the post-Big Bang Theory timeslot on Thursday, February 2nd before moving to its regular timeslot on Mondays.
So what would you do if you found yourself cursed to live an eternal life? If you’re Dr. Henry Morgan you study all the various ways you personally have died over the course of two-hundred years and become the medical examiner for a big city police department. If it were me, I’d find a way to hit the lotto and travel the world but I digress.
Christmas episodes have become a tradition for many television shows – network and cable – but with a very few exceptions [think Bones, where they keep killing Santa], they tend to be pretty maudlin stuff. Now, two Syfy programs – Warehouse 13 and Eureka – will be producing standalone Christmas eps. I strongly doubt they’ll be maudlin [neither series does that], so I’m actually looking forward to seeing what they come up with.
Over the course of its five-year run, Taxi was one of the best-loved sitcoms in North America because its comedy was derived from the creation and development of characters who were fleshed out and felt real – even [or maybe especially] the burnt out, but warm-hearted “Reverend Jim” Ignatowski [Christopher Lloyd] and the Gravases, Latka [Andy Kaufman] and Simka [Carole Kane].