Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz announced at The New Yorker Festival Sunday that the sitcom will return to television for one abbreviated season.
The series will focus on what the characters have been doing since the show was canceled in 2006. The new season will serve as the precursor to an Arrested Development movie, which has been kicking around for years.
When Melissa McCarthy took the stage to host Saturday Night Live, she started out by issuing a warning to her children: Go to bed now — because mama's about to get pretty inappropriate. She explained, "They're just getting over that sink scene from Bridesmaids. We've been dealing with some night terrors."
Shannon Tweed and Gene Simmons
After nearly 30 years of dating, Kiss bassist Gene Simmons wed longtime girlfriend and Playboy Playmate Shannon Tweed, Us Weekly reports.
More than 400 guests attended Saturday's affair in Beverly Hills, including Hugh Hefner and Bill Maher.
The couple met at a party at the Playboy Mansion and have two children together: Sophie, 19, and Nick, 22.
Between her spitfire attitude and spontaneous poetic outbursts, it seemed as though Survivor's Semhar Tadesse never stood a chance. And then, she volunteered herself to be the "coconut shooter" in the immunity challenge — which she tanked — sealing her fate as the first castoff to head to Redemption Island.
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore
When Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher started dating in 2003, some fans looked askance at their May-December romance. But the power couple endured, marrying two years later. On Saturday, Kutcher, 33, and Moore, 48, marked their sixth anniversary — although various websites reported they spent it apart and have raised the prospect of divorce.
Jeff Probst, Survivor
When Jeff Probst starting live-tweeting Survivor last season, he did it because he wanted to, not because CBS asked him to. But just two episodes later, the network was encouraging fans to follow @JeffProbst before every commercial break. This season, he's both live-tweeting and answering viewer questions in 15-second video clips using Tout, and the fan response has been overwhelmingly positive. We talked to Probst about how he convinced CBS that live-tweeting was worthwhile, and why Ozzy has the fans to thank for his return to Survivor.
TVGuide.com: The first time you live-tweeted an episode, you said something like, "C'mon, guys, let's prove to CBS how cool this is." Were you getting pushback from the network about tweeting?
Jeff Probst: Initially, CBS just didn't...