Amazon unveiled 14 new original pilots last week, and according to TVGuide.com's poll, Alpha House, Zombieland and Onion News Empire are the early favorites.
Amazon is throwing the lid off TV's pilot process. As it looks to join rival Netflix in the original series game, the online retailer has just posted pilot episodes of six sitcoms, two animated comedies and six children's cartoons. Amazon will then gauge audience reaction before making series orders.
Pilots are usually screened in network boardrooms and closed-door focus groups. But in an extensive interview with TV Guide Magazine, Amazon Studios director Roy Price says he wanted to make the service's selection process transparent for U.S., U.K. and (soon) Germany audiences...
Things are getting Hot in Cleveland during this week's episode of the TV Land comedy — seriously.
Photo Gallery: Everybody's posing nude!
When the ladies — Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli), Victoria (Wendie Malick), Joy (Jane Leeves), Elka (Betty White) and Elka's BFF Mamie Sue (guest star Georgia Engel) — head to a meditation retreat, they'll find spiritual guidance from a yogi played by Ed Begley Jr. But when he mixes up the girls' itinerary...
It's a reunion for Fred Willard, Michael McKean and Ed Begley Jr. who have all joined Christopher Guest's upcoming HBO series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"You guys will make up."
That's what Korsak (Bruce McGill) tells Jane (Angie Harmon) on the Season 3 premiere of Rizzoli & Isles (Tuesday, 9/8c, TNT) about her fractured friendship with Maura (Sasha Alexander).
He may be right, but it looks to be a long road back for the former BFFs. Maura still feels betrayed that Jane shot her estranged father, crime boss Paddy Doyle (John Doman), in the Season 2 finale after having promised that she wasn't going to do anything. That surely can't be something that is forgiven in one episode, right?
So how close are Jane and Maura to letting bygones be bygones? And is Paddy dead? Here are six things to expect on the season premiere.