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Sherry Lansing, Phil Rosenthal Support California Spirit Gala Benefitting the American Cancer Society

After a nearly three-year hiatus due to COVID, the California Spirit Gala tasting event returned to the Sony lot on Sunday to raise money and awareness for the American Cancer Society. Hundreds of guests gathered on a breezy afternoon to enjoy food provided by over a dozen different chefs from some of Los Angeles’ hottest […]

Book Excerpt: Phil Rosenthal Shares Stories and Recipes in ‘Somebody Feed Phil the Book’ (Exclusive)

Phil Rosenthal is ready to share some delicious recipes and behind-the-scenes tales from the first four seasons of his Netflix series Somebody Feed Phil. In Somebody Feed Phil the Book (S&S Simon Element, Oct. 25) the host of the Netflix series takes readers beyond the episodes, sharing never-before-heard stories from the series while satisfying hunger by […]

Nancy Meyers Set to Receive USC Comedy’s Oakie Award

The mark Nancy Meyers has left on film and TV comedy has garnered another prize as she’s been selected to receive USC Comedy’s Oakie Award. Doled out as a way to recognize “exceptional achievements in film and TV comedy,” news of the award was announced on Tuesday by university professor Jack Epps, who holds the […]

Phil Rosenthal Proclaims L.A.’s Food Scene Has “Surpassed” New York’s

Los Angeles sees its fair share of dining trends. Often, they’re informed by an obsession with healthy living and fit physiques, and carbs can have trouble finding friends in the city as a result. Yet against all odds, in the heart of keto country, the latest mega-trend is built all around dough: In March, The […]

Actresses Bring L.A. Restaurants Together for Sold-Out, Cross-Cultural Collabs

As Asian hate crimes spiked in the U.S. this year, actresses Lily Rosenthal and Olivia Sui, friends in life and food, were seeking to support the community in a way that would combine their roots. So they conceived the “Jewish-Chinese Alliance chicken sandwich,” combining fried chicken from Asian-owned Luther Bob’s with challah bread and a […]

Phil Rosenthal Talks Cops in Comedy and CBS Wanting a “Hotter” Debra on ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’

Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal is reflecting on his hit CBS comedy and the evolution of sitcoms ahead of the show’s 25th anniversary. In a wide-ranging interview with Yahoo! Entertainment, the showrunner and writer opened up about a possible reunion special and the two times he nearly walked away from the show. The second […]

Max Rosenthal, Father of ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ Creator Phil Rosenthal, Dies at 95

Max Rosenthal, the father of Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal and recurring actor on the series, has died. He was 95. Phil Rosenthal took to Instagram Sunday to announce the passing of his father: “Max Rosenthal passed away last night. As heartbroken as we are, we are so grateful that he was our dad, our grandpa, […]

‘Somebody Feed Phil’ Renewed for Season 5 at Netflix (Exclusive)

Somebody Feed Phil is going back out to eat. Netflix has handed out a fifth season renewal for the culinary travelogue hosted and exec produced by Phil Rosenthal. Season five will consist of 10 episodes, the show’s biggest order yet. Seasons one and two features six episodes, while three and four consisted of five apiece. […]

Phil Rosenthal Launches “Somebody Feed the People” Campaign to Provide Meals to Voters

With a record voter turnout expected this election year and thousands of people already enduring hours-long waits to cast their ballots, Phil Rosenthal and the Rosenthal Family Foundation have launched Somebody Feed The People (SFTP), a national campaign set on raising funds for organizations providing meals to voters.

Phil Rosenthal’s 5 Favorite Restaurants for Family-Style Takeout in L.A.

Phil Rosenthal recommends his five favorite restaurants for family-style dining takeout in Los Angeles.

‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ Creator Phil Rosenthal Remembers Carl Reiner: “He Made My Life Better”

The 'Somebody Feed Phil' star pays tribute to his comic hero turned friend, with whom he'd regularly lunch and laugh.

Mel Brooks, Steve Martin, Jerry Seinfeld, More Stars Pay Tribute to Carl Reiner: “A Master at His Craft”

Hollywood celebrities are paying tribute to Carl Reiner, who died Monday night at the age of 98. The multiple Emmy Award winning writer, director and actor created 'The Dick Van Dyke Show' and directed films like 'The Jerk.'