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AOC Tries to Ruin GameStop Revolt – Paul Joseph Watson VIDEO

January 28, 2021

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Debra Messing doubles down on her Homophobia

December 15, 2020

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Debra Messing goes full Homophobe in latest Trump attack tweet

December 12, 2020

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Debra Messing ‘Racist’ Attack on Kanye West

July 5, 2020

The campaign co-chair for Sen. Bernie Sanders slammed actress Debra Messing over her “racist” attack on Kanye West after Messing accused the Grammy-winner of trying to “take young black votes from Biden” by announcing his own presidential run.

95 Celebrities Who Smeared Brett Kavanaugh Silent on Joe Biden

May 12, 2020

You can say goodbye to the #MeToo movement. It had a good three-year run, but inevitably, hypocrisy and political expediency caught up with it.

15 Hollywood Celebs Spreading Fake News About Coronavirus

March 7, 2020

The left-wing Hollywood celebrities are stoking public hysteria over the coronavirus, using social media to spread fear as well as disinformation about President Donald Trump’s response to the deadly global outbreak.

Backtracking Blacklister Eric McCormack Claims His Call to Blacklist Trump Supporters was ‘Misinterpreted’

September 4, 2019

Hollywood blacklister Eric McCarthy, er, Eric McCormack, finds it “very upsetting” that we all misinterpreted his request for a list of Trump supporters to blacklist as a blacklist.

Hot Messing: Debra Doubles Down on Doxing

September 3, 2019

After that, she added yet another round of insult to injury, given that her original tweet was a threat, of that old Hollywood ‘you’ll never eat lunch in this town again’ variety

Debra Messing show ‘The Mysteries Of Laura’ is a hot mess-fire

September 18, 2014

Last year, NBC came at the fall with “The Blacklist,” a series smartly leveraging certain narrative trends (quasi-criminal genius seeking redemption) to showcase the talents of popular television star James Spader. The result? Bull’s-eye.

This year, NBC opens on Wednesday with “The Mysteries of Laura,” a series that also leans into a trend (the blurring of drama and comedy) with the hope of re-purposing the talents of popular television star Debra Messing. The result?

Well, how many points do you get for grazing the white part around the edge of the target?

TV Preview: Fall 2014
TV Preview: Fall 2014
Dramas, thrillers, comedies — this fall TV season features programs for all. Take a look through the gallery to familiarize yourself with shows you can expect to see in the upcoming weeks.
The Roosevelts’ | Sept. 14 | PBS
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Ken Burns’s seven-part documentary weaves the stories of Theodore, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, three members of one of the most prominent and influential families in American politics. The 14-hour series marks the first time their individual stories have been woven into a single narrative.
‘The Mysteries of Laura’ | Sept. 17 | NBC
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Debra Messing, center, with Charlie Reina, left, and Vincent Reina, right, in a scene from “The Mysteries of Laura.”
‘Red Band Society’ | Sept. 17 | FOX
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Octavia Spencer in a scene from “Red Band Society.”
‘Madam Secretary’ | Sept. 21 | CBS
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Tea Leoni in a scene from “Madam Secretary.”
Adapted from the Spanish television series “Los Misterios de Laura,” it has a sound enough premise. Laura Diamond (Messing) is an NYPD homicide detective trying to balance work with home, home being her almost-ex-husband and fellow detective Jake (Josh Lucas, criminally underutilized in the premiere) and their two exceptionally under-parented twin boys. She is aided in her efforts by her partner Billy (Laz Alonso) and the department’s fabulous assistant Max (Max Jenkins), who may deserve a show of his own.

lRelated NBC picks up ‘Constantine,’ ‘The Mysteries of Laura’ and ‘A to Z’
NBC picks up ‘Constantine,’ ‘The Mysteries of Laura’ and ‘A to Z’

Unfortunately, Messing, though talented in many ways, is absolutely and completely unbelievable as a homicide detective. Even this stretched-to-ditziness-but-still-tough-enough-to-get-the-job-done version.

It certainly doesn’t help that the show opens with her in hot pursuit of some gun-wielding thug as he races through a very crowded Battery Park. Wearing a raincoat that she will then cling to throughout the episode as if it had been bequeathed to her by Mr. Peter Falk, she mutters “humorous” asides like “why are all these people in the park? Don’t they have jobs?” before pulling a gun and aiming it at said thug, who grabs a hostage. Then she fires Right At Their Heads.