Fox has given a series order to Weird Loners and picked up three comedy pilots and one drama pilot with an eye towards series production, TVGuide.com has learned.
Weird Loners is the story of four relationship-phobic people who are unexpectedly thrust into each other's lives and form an unlikely bond in a Queens, New York townhouse. The single-camera comedy...
Jane Kaczmarek has booked a multi-episode guest-starring arc on USA's new comedy Playing House, the network announced Tuesday.
The Malcolm in the Middle alum will play Gwen, the extremely opinionated estranged mother of Emma (Jessica St. Clair).
What if the entire Walter White saga was just a Bad dream?
In this hilarious "alternate ending" to Breaking Bad, which is featured on the complete series set, star Bryan Cranston reunites with his Malcolm in the Middle co-star Jane Kaczmarek to imply that all of Breaking Bad was just a nightmare on the part of Cranston's Middle character, Hal.
Showtime's competitive juices aren't limited to the arena of scripted entertainment. Now the pay cable network is challenging HBO's Real Sports franchise by turning to masters of long-form narrative with the launch of 60 Minutes Sports (10/9c). Among the segments in Wednesday's premiere: a closer-up profile by Bob Simon of FC Barcelona soccer star Lionel Messi, whose prowess at 25 was demonstrated in last Sunday's 60 Minutes piece on the Barcelona team.
Frankie Heck is not going to let the pinch steal Christmas.
The Middle's stretched-thin, harried mother (played by Patricia Heaton) has a scant $20 to spend on gifts for her three kids this year. Ever the problem solver, she cracks to her unflappable quarry-manager husband Mike (Neil Flynn): "I'll fake my own death!" This way, she says, when she appears very much alive on Christmas morning, her children will be so happy they won't care that there aren't any presents.