Break out the big guns and warm up your vocal chords because ABC has finally announced premiere dates for Marvel's Agent Carter and Galavant, as well as spring return dates for some of its most popular dramas.
Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville will guest-star on ABC's upcoming fairy-tale musical Galavant, TVLine.com reports.
Galavant stars Joshua Sasse as the titular hero...
John Stamos will truly be a knight in shining armor this TV season.
Stamos has booked a guest-starring role on ABC's upcoming musical fairy tale series Galavant, ABC News reports.
Psych star Timothy Omundsen is slated to star in ABC's comedy pilotGalavant, Deadline reports.
Omundson will play King Richard, an evil ruler who stole the one true love of Prince Galavant (Joshua Sasse).
The Neighbors creator Dan Fogelman knows that viewers have a few pre-conceived notions regarding his ABC comedy about aliens living next door to a suburban family. But audiences — and critics — are starting to come around to the fact that, despite the show's outlandish premise, at its core The Neighbors is a family show that explores how we relate to and fit in with the world (As TV Guide Magazine recently reported, an ABC marketing campaign is touting those initial negative reviews to show how opinions are evolving.) Fogelman's resume is chock full of Pixar and Disney animated features (Cars, Tangled and Bolt) as well as more adult fare (he wrote the screenplays to Crazy, Stupid, Love and The Guilt Trip). Fogelman answered our showrunner survey to explain why adults and kids should make an effort to meet The Neighbors.
ABC's latest on-air promo for The Neighbors starts off by quoting some rather negative reviews, including four scorching ones from The Hollywood Reporter: "Small slice of stupidity," "Supremely unfunny," "It's awful" and "How the hell did this get made?"
Is it just a fishy fluke that the new comedy The Neighbors, which airs on Disney-owned ABC, is putting its characters in Finding Nemo costumes just as the classic cartoon is re-released in theaters in 3D?
"Isn't that a coincidence," says Lenny Venito, who plays Marty Weaver. Marty and son Max (Max Charles) dress up as...