Judy Greer has been tapped to star opposite David Krumholtz in Fox's comedy pilot Tax Man, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Every week, editors Mickey O'Connor and Adam Bryant answer your burning questions. Want some TV scoop? Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Will we find out whether Desmond was really on the plane on the season premiere of Lost? — Carrie
MICKEY: "We will answer that question very shortly in the show," executive producer Carlton Cuse tells us. "It will absolutely be clear whether he was on the plane or not." Does this help? We're also hearing that the next time Desmond appears, which might not be for a while, it'll be with Penny at his side.
What's the latest word on a love interest for Catherine on CSI? — Sid
ADAM: Well, the latest words are "The Panty Sniffer." Before your filthy minds get ahead of you, that's...
Judy Greer, Philip Winchester
Judy Greer, Philip Winchester (Crusoe), Gregory Harrison and Maria Conchita Alonso have joined the cast of the Lifetime miniseries Maneater, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Maneater, based on Gigi Levangie Grazer's novel, stars ...
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Twentieth Century TV has until June 30 to salvage Miss Guided, which didn't make ABC's fall slate, but in case it was not meant to be, Judy Greer has a Plan B in place. The bubbly comedienne has scored the lead in Suburban Shootout, HBO's half-hour pilot directed by Barry Sonnenfeld and based on a British series.A dark comedy, Shootout has Greer playing a woman who "escapes" to the suburbs only to get caught in the middle 'tween rival gangs of homicidal housewives. MWMMore pilot news: Kelly Preston Toughens Up for Suburban Shootout• Teri Polo Cops Detective Gig
The lovely, young and red-headed (!) Judy Greer was among the latest celebs to pay a visit to our snazy new recording studio here and oblige us with an on-camera Q&A. Here, Judy talks up ABC's Miss Guided (airing Thursdays at 8 pm/ET), hints at her own high-school horrors, reveals what it was like to have "the" Jamie Lynn Spears on her baby sitcom, and reflects on her Arrested Development days. I, meanwhile, debut a new sweater with suede-ish elbow pads. Enjoy!
Miss Guided by Michael Ansell/ABC
Ashton is at it again producing another series to add to his rosteronly this time, instead of reality, hes taking on the scripted world with the new series Miss Guided which premieres tonight. Judy Greer stars as a former geek who returns to her high school as the new guidance counselor. And Ashton guest stars on Thursdays (its official time slot) episode. No, he's not playing a student (though we wouldnt put it past him to try to pull that off), but as the hot substitute Spanish teacher.Watch it now! | More online videosYour take: Think this show has potential or is it doomed to flop?
Judy Greer, Californication
After he made TV history when his main character had a tryst with a minor in Californication's first episode, you can trust Tom Kapinos, the show's creator, to dream up even more shocking visuals — like David Duchovny's Hank Moody snorting cocaine off Judy Greer's behind. Greer, best known for her roles in romantic comedies opposite Jennifer Lopez and Jennifer Garner, as well as her stint on Arrested Development, joins the show for its eighth episode as a prostitute who is there for Hank Moody in a time of need. We caught up with Greer to find out how she found herself in this compromising position.
TVGuide.com: How did you get involved with Californication?Judy G
Tonight's episode truly marked a milestone for our favorite Harper men. Not only did it bring an end to Alan's days of alimony, but it also gave Charlie a taste of what it's like to be on the receiving end of "a meaningless fling." As for Jake, well, it proved to be a messy night for him, too. First, let's talk about Myra (Judy Greer). I really hope this isn't the last we see of her. She and Charlie had a good, albeit brief relationship, and it was rather enjoyable to watch Charlie fall into a more vulnerable role for once. Part of me wonders if that wasn't a case of Charlie wanting something he couldn't have, or if he really did think he'd found his match. Regardless of the reason, their time together did make for some great dialogue. In one of their funnier exchanges, Charlie revealed his secrets on how he manages to get a woman out of his bed. According to him, if he's only interested in seeing the woman leave for the day, he'll tell her, "I have to see a dermatologist about a...
Question: I have recently started watching Love Monkey reruns on VH1 and have completely fallen in love with the show. (Tom Cavanagh rules!) I only wish I and about a million other people had started watching the show earlier so that we could all look forward to many seasons to come. My question: Oftentimes, such as with Love Monkey or My So-Called Life, other channels will pick up episodes and rerun them for the "cult" fans. Why can't these same channels actually produce new episodes for the show, knowing they already have a large fan base? Is it that difficult to obtain rights to a show that another network has already canceled?
Answer: From what I've read of VH1's numbers for Love Monkey so far, I wouldn't overestimate how "large" that fan base is, though it certainly deserves one. The basic issue here is that cable networks like VH1 simply don't have the budget to produce costly new episodes of a sophisticated scripted drama (with A-list actors like Cavanagh, Judy Greer, Larenz Tate
Ivana Milicevic, Love Monkey
On Tuesday at 10pm/ET, Ed's Tom Cavanagh returns to television as the star of CBS' Love Monkey, a dramedy about Tom Farrell, a record exec whose professional life — and in turn, love life — is turned upside down when his idealism is deemed idiotic by his boss. Serving as buds to Tom are 90210's Jason Priestley, Crash's Larenz Tate, Christopher Wiehl and Judy Greer, while Ivana Milicevic plays the music-biz babe who just might cure what ails him. TVGuide.com talked to the familiar-looking femme about Monkeying around, all the "love" in her life, and her surprising Hollywood crush.
TVGuide.com: How on earth am I going to work the name Love Monkey into this Q&A's title?
Ivana Milicevic: Hmmm, let's t