Ashleeeybash: Why you should start watching TV Land

YOUNGER (Image Credit: TV Land)

YOUNGER (Image Credit: TV Land)

If you’re watching this, THANK YOU. If you’re reading this, I give you a much bigger THANK YOU! This week’s topic is about TV LAND. I’ve been meaning to do this for so long because I really think this network needs to be checked out. It’s keeping up with the times and it has a lot of good shows to offer! Let me know down below what you think about ’em if you checked out one of the shows I mentioned in the vid! Continue reading

VIDEO: An Exclusive Interview with ‘Impastor’ Star Sara Rue

(Image Credit: The Daily Quirk / John Michael Dangan)

(Image Credit: The Daily Quirk / John Michael Dangan)

Sara Rue recently chatted with The Daily Quirk at San Diego Comic-Con about her role in TV Land’s new show, Impastor, and we’re bringing you the inside info. Find out what Rue had to say about her brand new role, what attracted her to play the innocent Dora Winston and what’s it like to be on set with the rest of the cast. Continue reading

VIDEO: Michael Rosenbaum discusses playing Buddy Dobbs in ‘Impastor’

(Image Credit: The Daily Quirk / John Michael Dangan)

(Image Credit: The Daily Quirk / John Michael Dangan)

Michael Rosenbaum recently chatted with The Daily Quirk at San Diego Comic-Con about his role in TV Land’s new hit show, Impastor, and we’re bringing you the inside info. Find out what Rosenbaum had to say about his quirky new role, how it came about and how Buddy Dobbs is completely different than when he played Lex Luthor in Smallville! Continue reading

VIDEO: TV Land’s ‘Impastor’ Panel San Diego Comic-Con

(Image Credit: John Michael Dangan/The Daily Quirk)

(Image Credit: John Michael Dangan/The Daily Quirk)

In a TV Land panel hosted by Michael Ian Black, audience members were introduced to a brand new show called Impastor starring Michael Rosenbaum and Sara Rue. Apparently, the show is “like Madmen, but better” according to Black. Check out the video below to hear what the show is about, what it was like for Rue to transition to a single-camera method and how this comedy differs from other comedies. Continue reading