Gwyneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker
AOL is launching 15 new web series, including shows from such stars as Sarah Jessica Parker, Nicole Richie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Hank Azaria, Rocco DiSpirito, Anthony Anderson and Sofia Vergara's younger sister, the company announced Tuesday.
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"We've focused on creating a common thread through all of our series on this slate, namely authentic voices, sharing remarkable stories," Gabriel Lewis, head of AOL Studios, said in a statement. "Whether the voices are lighthearted, insightful, or inspirational, all of them are genuine and unique."
Several series launched Tuesday at AOL Originals, with others slated to premiere in the upcoming months. Those premiering Tuesday include Richie's #CandidlyNicole.
Tempestt Bledsoe, Anthony Anderson
Whether it's from co-workers, kids or spouses, everyone needs some "me time" now and then.
But when Marny (Tempestt Beldsoe) takes some time for herself and goes to the...
Zach Cregger, Anthony Anderson and Jesse Bradford
NBC is extending playtime on Wednesday nights. The network has ordered four more episodes of the freshman sitcom Guys with Kids, Deadline reports.
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16. Worst Pity Party: When things get overwhelming for Blair, er, Lisa Whelchel on Survivor: Philippines, she goes to a remote part of camp and starts complaining about how she's not fitting in with her tribemates. "I've been on my own since I was 12 when I moved to California to be on The Mickey Mouse Club," she says weepily to the camera. Now that's how you make strong allies on Survivor — bring up your Disney past!
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Jesse Bradford, Jimmy Fallon, Zach Cregger, Anthony Anderson
Jimmy Fallon has showed off his free-styling skills in his hit "History of Rap," and now he's taking on favorite television theme songs of the past.
On Tuesday night's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the host was joined by the stars of his new sitcom Guys with Kids. After explaining why they were adamant about the show having their own theme song, Fallon burst into song starting with Anthony Anderson's personal favorite, the tune from The Jeffersons.
Jesse Bradford, Zach Cregger, Anthony Anderson
Are you ready to learn the ropes of parenting with Guys with Kids?
Now that the NBC comedy has premiered, we want to know your thoughts — and what you think of every new show this season.
Vote: Which fall premieres won you over? Which flopped?
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Glenn Close and Rose Byrne
Dark and twisty from start to finish, the legal thriller Damages doesn't quite deliver on its season-long promise to give bloodthirsty rivals Patty Hewes and Ellen Parsons the courtroom showdown many fans have long awaited. Which doesn't mean tonight's series finale (DirecTV's Audience Network, 9/8c) is short on fireworks between Glenn Close (a two-time Emmy winner as Patty) and Rose Byrne, who by the time the various convoluted plot strands play out, conclude "we both have plenty of blood on our hands."
Bloody, yes, if at times a bit...
Jimmy Fallon, Charlie Grandy
For his leap into primetime as an executive producer, late night host Jimmy Fallon partnered up with his former Saturday Night Live colleague Charlie Grandy (as well as Amy Ozols) to create the new NBC sitcom Guys With Kids. It's a topic that Grandy (whose credits also include The Office and The Daily Show), the father of three little ones, knows well. The show stars Anthony Anderson, Zach Cregger and Jesse Bradford as thirtysomething guys adjusting to fatherhood. Fallon and Grandy explain why these Guys are dolls.
Guys With Kids, Jimmy Fallon
When Jimmy Fallon got the idea for his new NBC comedy Guys with Kids, he knew exactly what he wanted to call it — and it wasn't Guy with Kids.
"[My producing partner Amy Ozols and I] were just talking about all the guys we were seeing around New York City and Times Square with the Baby Bjorns and [babies] on the backs of their bikes," Fallon said via satellite at NBC's Television Critics Association fall TV previews Tuesday. "We were just like, 'These are like young, good-looking guys embracing the roles of dad.' We both said at the same time, 'DILFS'! When we pitched the idea for DILFS ... NBC said, 'Yeah, we probably can't call the show DILFS, so we'll have to change that.'"
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