Prep those ear plugs: Mary Murphy is back as a permanent judge for Season 8 of So You Think You Can Dance (premiering tonight on Fox at 8 p.m. ET), reuniting with exec producer and judge Nigel Lythgoe. The venerable dance-scapade will return to the old format of 20 finalists hoofing it together, and bring
Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy and Cat Deeley are back tonight for the season eight premiere of So You Think You Can Dance on FOX! What can we expect out of the newest season of our favorite dance competition? Read on for more details… The new season of So You Think You Can Dance kicks off [...]
The crowning of the American Idol winner took place last night so tonight on FOX we get the premiere of So You Think You Can Dance! Can’t wait to see Mary Murphy! Don’t forget about Wipeout on ABC! Cable networks have a bunch of different shows for you to watch! Take a look below and [...]
So You Think You Can Dance is back Thursday (8/7c on Fox) with a few changes this season, including less All-Star action and more "amateurs," executive producer Nigel Lythgoe says. "What I wanted to try and do this year was to please everybody," he explains. Show More Summary
So You Think You Can Dance returns on Thursday, May 26 for its eighth season. And everybody's favorite ear-splitting judge, Mary Murphy, will be back too. In anticipation of the season 8 premiere, the hot tamale-loving dance star talked with reporters about the dance contestants, her own return to the show and even Kirstie Alley's SYTYCD chances.
"The celebrities would never make it on 'So You Think You Can Dance," says Murphy.
The So You Think You Can Dance judging panel is reverting back to its original configuration: Mary Murphy is returning and Mia Michaels quit, and now judge and producer Nigel Lythgoe has revealed that Adam Shankman will just be a guest...Show More Summary
On Wednesday night a small crowd gathered at New York’s Paley Center for a night in celebration of Harper Lee’s "To Kill a Mockingbird." The book is the subject of director Mary Murphy’s documentary Hey, Boo: Harper Lee and To Kill a Mockingbird and after the film was shown, a panel convened to discuss the book’s lasting impact.
Discovered in a coffee shop by a Paramount Pictures agent, Mary Murphy of 'Wild One' fame died of heart disease on May 4 in her Beverly Hills home, according to TMZ. Before her caffeine discovery, Murphy had been working as a package wrapper at... Read more Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Mary Murphy -- who was famously discovered at a coffee shop and cast opposite Marlon Brando in "The Wild One" -- died of heart disease in her Beverly Hills home on May 4. Murphy was working as a package wrapper at Saks Fifth Avenue in...Show More Summary
Mary Murphy’s Hey Boo often feels more like a celebrity book-club session than a documentary: It centers on a parade of talking-head interviewees (Oprah Winfrey, Tom Brokaw, Rosanne Cash, Wally Lamb, Anna Quindlen, James McBride, Rick...Show More Summary
This Friday, "Hey, Boo: Harper Lee & To Kill a Mockingbird" will open in select cities. A chat with filmmaker Mary Murphy.
"I definitely think she is producing the best dancing on the show," SYTYCD judge Mary Murphy says of Chelsea Kane on DWTS.
Mary Murphy is letting her trademark enthusiasm show, and for good reason: The 'So You Think You Can Dance' judge announced to Life & Style that she has overcome thyroid cancer. The 52-year-old dancer and choreographer discovered she had the... Read more Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
So You Think You Can Dance former and future judge, Mary Murphy is thrilled to announce to Life & Style exclusively that she is now cancer free! We didn’t even know she had cancer, did you? Keep reading to find out what kind of cancer, and what her future looks like now. Three years ago, [...]
From DecaturDocs Grab this golden opportunity to learn more about Harper Lee, the classic book To Kill and Mockingbird, and the production of the movie. See a video at Mary Murphy's site. Admission is $15 (possibly at bit more at...
While last season of So You Think You Can Dance brought us the verve, artistry, and passion we've long expected of TV's finest reality competition, it lacked that locomotive of chutzpah and love named Mary Murphy. The 52-year-old ballroom...Show More Summary
Lots of headlines in the reality TV world this week, from a 'Survivor' winner starring in a homoerotic movie (it has a hilarious preview that you must watch) to a 'Survivor' winner violating probation to a a 'Big Brother' star pleading...Show More Summary
Some picture books do double duty as a story and a game. I Kissed the Baby! by Mary Murphy and published by Walker Books (first published 2003, my edition 2011) is delightful as both. This children's picture book is very simple in both illustrations and text, making it ideal for sharing with under fives. Show More Summary
Cover your ears! There's going to be a lot of screaming and squealing on the next season of So You Think You Can Dance. You guessed it: Mary Murphy will be back as a permanent judge on the show. While we never told exactly why the popular judge was dropped last season, producer/judge Nigel Lythgoe says he is excited to have her back.... Read Full Post