Skylar Astin is best known for making sweet harmonies as Jesse in the hit film Pitch Perfect. So it only makes sense that Astin is putting his vocal talents to good use to promote his new show Ground Floor.
In the new workplace comedy, premiering Thursday, Nov. 14 at 10/9c on TBS, Astin plays a...
For many Burn Notice fans, it might be hard to put the show's entire run into perspective after seven seasons and 111 episodes. Creator and executive producer Matt Nix, on the other hand, is all too familiar with just how long the long-running USA series has been around.
"My youngest son was born during the shooting of the pilot and he's now old enough to read some of the scripts," he tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "It's very weird."
Sadly, it seems Nix's offspring will have to...
"Michael, what have you done?"
That's what Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) asked her longtime beau at the end of Burn Notice's Season 6 finale, when Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) made a mysterious deal with the CIA after he shot his former training officer (Tom Card) and tried to...
TBS ordered 10 episodes of Ground Floor, a workplace comedy from Bill Lawrence and Greg Malins, the network announced Friday.
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