Mr. Sheffield's back... only now he's Mr. Sherwood. Twelve years after The Nanny went off the air, series stars Fran Drescher and Charles Shaughnessy are reuniting on Fran's new TV Land sitcom, Happily Divorced. But don't expect romance this time around, as Charles' character has a wandering eye aimed at Fran's gay ex-husband, Peter. Charles gives us a preview of Happily's hilarious August 17 season finale.
Happily Divorced is hosting a Nanny reunion. Charles Shaughnessy has signed on to guest-star in the Season 1 finale, TV Land announced Tuesday.
TV Land renews Fran Drescher sitcom Happily Divorced for Season 2
Shaughnessy, who played Fran's employer-turned-husband on the CBS sitcom The Nanny, will play...
He saved the Daytime Emmys when no one at ABC, CBS or NBC wanted to produce them anymore. Now Jim Romanovich, of Associated Television International, plans to work his magic on the hot internet sudser The Bay. Romanovich tells TV Guide Magazine that ATI has acquired the soap star-studded series — created by Gregori J. Martin — with plans to sell it as a half-hour cable or syndicated program to air in 2012.
TV's (distant) fifth network is saying no más to all-telenovelas, all the time. According to Variety, the channel in your area that isn't the CW has drawn up a revamped schedule, kicking off Mar. 8, that adds movies and martial-arts contests to the mix, and snips the sudser slate from 10 hours a week to four. That said, MyNetworkTV's new dramatic offerings are American Heiress (pampered beauty stranded in jungle with blue-collar hunk, starring General Hospital alumna Alicia Leigh Willis) and Saints & Sinners, starring Maria Conchita Alonso, Charles Shaughnessy, Mel Harris and Robin Givens.