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First Look: The Crazy Ones' Sizzling Season Finale

The Crazy Ones

Read 'em and weep! Simon (Robin Williams) and his team try to keep the local library from closing by using a very unconventional method... read more

The Thursday Playlist: Ground Floor Works the Sitcom Formula

John C. McGinley, Skylar Astin

The "upstairs downstairs" framework we've come to love on Downton Abbey translates fairly well to the world of corporate workplace romantic comedy in TBS's Ground Floor, a likable if decidedly modest bauble from sitcom vets Bill Lawrence (Cougar Town) and Greg Malins (Friends), working in the too-often-disparaged mode of traditional multi-camera comedy. (The first two episodes air back-to-back Thursday starting at 10/9c.)

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Exclusive Crazy Ones Sneak Peek: Meet Brad Garrett's (Gay) Straight Man

Brad Garrett and Robin Williams

How does one keep a straight face when acting opposite Robin Williams?

"You just have to think of, like, orphans or hurt puppies or things in your mind that just keep you in the moment and not laughing," Brad Garrett, who's making his debut in a recurring role on The Crazy Ones this week, tells TVGuide.com. "At the end of the week, you kind of figure out what kind of concentration you have as an actor."

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First Look: Brad Garrett Takes The Crazy Ones to New Heights

Brad Garrett, Robin Williams

It's hard not to look up to Brad Garrett. Next month, the 6'8½" former Everybody Loves Raymond star joins CBS's The Crazy Ones in the recurring role of... read more

How to Live with Your Parents Sneak Peek: Polly Goes on a Date!

Reid Scott, Sarah Chalke

Polly (Sarah Chalke) is faced with a dilemma this week on ABC's How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life): Should she go on a date with Scott or stay home with her daughter?

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The Wednesday Playlist: Spies Abroad, DirecTV's Rogue, Meet ABC's Parents

David Tennant

In the spy game, intelligence is the most precious commodity. And in the world of fictional espionage, few authors of historical suspense deliver thrills with the crisp and unsparing intelligence of Alan Furst. BBC America's Spies of Warsaw, a two-part miniseries adaptation (concluding Tuesday, April 10) of his 2008 novel, loses none of its twisty allure and passionate urgency in the translation from page to screen (9/8c). Tension comes with the territory of late-'30s Poland, a country harboring refugees and dissidents in a murky culture of political intrigue, as everyone nervously waits for the jackboot to drop as rumors spread of Nazi aggression. read more

How to Make a Sitcom Like How to Live with Your Parents

How To Live With Your Parents (for The Rest Of Your Life)

They say you can't go home again. Unless, for instance, you're a recently divorced mom whose only option is to move in with your parents after your ex-husband blows through your savings — which is the case for Polly (Sarah Chalke), the protagonist of ABC's new comedy How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life).

In the show's pilot episode, which airs Wednesday at 9:30/8:30c, Polly shows up on the doorstep of her freewheeling mother and stepfather (Elizabeth Perkins and Brad Garrett) with her 5-year-old daughter in tow. Here, we've put together a how-to guide of how to get a show like How to Live with Your Parents off the ground: 

1. Write and act what you know. The series is based on... read more

Exclusive How to Live... Sneak Peek: Can Polly Lie About Her Life to Win Over "Hot Scott"?

Sarah Chalke

It's no secret that living with your parents past the age of 18 is not exactly considered cool. Yet that is exactly what Sarah Chalke is doing on ABC's new comedy, How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life).

Premiering on Wednesday at 9:30/8:30c, the Scrubs alum plays Polly, a single mom who moves in with her mother (Elizabeth Perkins) and... read more

Critic's Notebook: ABC's Fall Lineup

Emily VanCamp

"Why just watch if you can feel?" As new-season slogans go, ABC's feels ... well, a bit clingy and demanding. Back off, ABC. I'll feel you when I'm good and ready.

But the proof is in the programming, and ABC's new fall schedule — unveiled during Tuesday's Lincoln Center upfront presentation — feels like something I'll be spending a fair amount of time analyzing, and perhaps even enjoying, in the season to come. (See the full lineup here.)

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Phil Rosenthal: Exporting Raymond Isn't Just for Fans of Everybody Loves Raymond

Phil Rosenthal

When Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal was asked to help adapt the show for a Russian audience, he was ecstatic. But that feeling didn't last long.

"I was quite flattered that the Russians would want me to go, until I heard that I needed kidnap and ransom insurance," Rosenthal tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "Then, my fear of getting kidnapped was replaced by my fear of what they were going to do to the show."

Watch Everybody Loves Raymond clips in our Online Video Guide

From casting to costumes, every step along the way was a bit of a fight... read more

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