Thanks to the one-two punch of NCIS and Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Tuesday nights at 8/7c have become pretty crowded. Which is why Raising Hope's new showrunner, Mike Mariano, isn't all that worried about the show's move from Tuesdays to what was once believed to be the death timeslot of Fridays. "I'm thrilled by it because I think the Tuesday-at-8 timeslot is one of the toughest on television," Mariano tells TVGuide.com. "I'm not as intimidated as I would have been in other years going to Fridays. ... But it's also really out of my control. I'm thrilled to be on the air."
After a slightly extended time off the schedule, Raising Hope returns Friday (9/8c, Fox) with two new back-to-back episodes and a slew of impressive guest stars including...read more
'Tis the season for cool guest stars on Disney Junior! The wildly popular preschool channel has landed Arrested Development duo Jeffrey Tambor and Tony Hale for A Very McStuffins Christmas, a special holiday episode of the animated hit Doc McStuffins, airing Sunday, Dec. 1 at 6/5c. The plot finds little Doc going to the North Pole to seek help with a broken Christmas present. Tambor does the voice of Santa, Hale is Tobias the elf.read more
Adult Swim's China, IL is an online success story, having started out as a web series created by Brad Neely before moving to TV. The show centers on a wide variety of characters created and voiced by Neely, including The Professor Brothers and Baby Cakes, and takes place at what's deemed the "Worst College in America." Other stars include Hulk Hogan as the school's dean, Jeffrey Tambor as Professor Cakes and Dave Coulier as Ronald Reagan. China, IL, which airs Sundays at 11:30/10:30c, expanded to 30-minute episodes for Season 2 (now underway). Neely and fellow executive producer Daniel Weidenfeld took the TV Guide Magazine showrunner survey to explain why viewers should enroll in China, IL.read more