ABC has picked up its business-reality series Shark Tank for a second season with comedian Jeff Foxworthy joining the judging panel, the network announced Tuesday.
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Jeff Foxworthy and Fox are revving up for an animated pilot about a dysfunctional family set in the world of NASCAR. The comedian, who's also host of the net's Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?, is writing and producing the show with Nancy Hower and John Lehr (10 Items of Less), Variety says.Foxworthy will also be voicing one of the parts, but no other voice actors have yet been announced. So far, the proposed series sounds like a cross between Talladega Nights and King of the Hill. How do you envision the series panning out as it gets on track? Anna DimondGet a taste of other Fox shows with our Online Video Guide.
There are still a few days left in August, but Major League Baseball is already looking more than a month to the future. On Thursday night MLB unveiled its playoff campaign, "There's Only One October." Stars from Fox and TBS shows appear in the ads, which promote the postseason. Among the talent being used: Jeff Foxworthy from Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?, American Idol judge Randy Jackson, Bill Engvall of The Bill Engvall Show and Stewie Griffin of Family Guy. The campaign expands in September to include MLB players whose teams are in playoff contention.
You know you're on a hit TV show when... more than 26 million people tune in for its premiere, making it the most-watched series debut on any network in eight and a half years. TV Guide spoke with redneck comic and Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? host Jeff Foxworthy about the secrets of the Fox quizzer's success. (5th Grader next airs Thursday at 8 pm/ET.)
TV Guide: Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader is getting huge ratings. Are you surprised? Jeff Foxworthy: I feel like Cinderella. I'm used to having shows that the network tries to keep a secret, so this is really weird for them to actually be plugging me.
TV Guide: Why do you think producer Mark Burnett chose a blue-collar