CBS is teaming with The Muppets co-writer and Nick Stoller on a new comedy series.
The network has ordered an untitled single-camera project loosely based on Stoller's real-life experiences. The comedy would revolve around...
If you were one of the many viewers who rewound your DVR multiple times to catch Claire Dunphy falling down over and over and over again after last week's Modern Family, you're not alone.
Homeland, Modern Family and The Artist top Golden Globes
Julie Bowen took physical comedy to new heights when her Family character slammed onto the ground after slipping on a dozen falling eggs that Luke (Nolan Gould) was using for a school project. How did Bowen make the fall so bone-crushingly realistic?
Abby Lee Miller
Ready for even more Dance Moms?
Lifetime has ordered a spin-off of the competitive dance docu-series, Dance Moms: Miami, the network announced Tuesday.
The six-episode series will be based at...
The Honey Badger doesn't care about anything, but it may get a kick out of this: A comedy series about the fearless, cobra-eating animal is being pitched to networks this month, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Internet meme sensation — which has drawn more than 33 million hits on YouTube and spun off into a Wonderful Pistachios commercial, a book and two iPhone apps — is being turned into a hybrid animation/live-action series title Honey Badger U. The series will feature...
"Phew! Thank f--- that's over."
That's how Ricky Gervais described completing his third stint as host of the Golden Globes... and his last. The British comedian and creator of The Office insists he will not be making it a four-peat. "I've...
Grant Bowler has landed the leading role in Syfy's new series Defiance, the network announced Tuesday.
According to the network's release, the science fiction series features a world where humans and aliens must learn to live together on an exotic new Earth that has been transformed by "alien terra-forming machines." Call it...
Sarah Jones and Jorge Garcia
From the purveyor of mystery series that keep audiences scratching their heads — Alias and Rambaldi, Lost and the island, Felicity and her hair — J.J. Abrams has debuted another mystifying series, Alcatraz.
The new show focuses on the notorious San Francisco prison. It's 1963, and more than 300 guards and prisoners vanish into thin air. In each episode, one of these hardened criminals, called "the '63s," will reappear in 2012 without having aged. San Francisco cop Rebecca Madsen (Sarah Jones), Diego Soto (Lost alum Jorge Garcia) — an academic who's an expert on The Rock — federal Agent Emerson Hauser (Sam Neill) and his mysterious associate Lucy Banerjee (Parminder Nagra) team up to find them before they can enact their anachronistic justice.
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Along the way, Alcatraz will raise questions. Namely, where did they disappear to, and who's pulling the strings behind their reappearance? To keep track of the questions and attempt to find insight into what could be the answers, we've compiled a list of the big mysteries Alcatraz introduced in the two-hour series premiere...