You know the face, you've seen him in a bunch of shows, and now Kyle Bornheimer is bringing his "oh yeah, that guy!" charm to Fox's Golden Globe winner Brooklyn Nine-Nine for a guest spot sure to wipe that smug look off of Peralta's face.
Slated for an early March appearance, Bornheimer — who was last seen in ABC's The Family Tools and plays a key role in A&E's upcoming Those Who Kill — will guest star in the season's 19th episode as Teddy, a cop from another precinct who used to date Santiago (Melissa Fumero). Needless to say, goofball Peralta (Andy Samberg) won't be too thrilled when the pair reconnects at a NYPD training exercise...especially when it becomes clear that the exes still have feelings for one another.
Best known for wacky sitcoms like Worst Week and Family Tools, Kyle Bornheimer will tackle darker material with a recurring role on A&E's upcoming crime drama Those Who Kill, opposite Chloe Sevigny. Bornheimer will play...
It's May Day (as in: mayday!) for the Russian spies — and just about everyone else — in the taut first-season finale of FX's emotionally engrossing The Americans (Wednesday, 10/9c). Chivalry is not dead, even in the estranged not-quite-marriage of embedded KGB operatives Philip and Elizabeth Jennings (Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell), as they prepare for a dangerous mission that could be a set-up, with lots of jockeying and posturing between husband (who wants to protect while serving) and wife (who's adamant about following orders to the letter) about who's going to risk everything, including their "normal" family life, to walk into what might be a trap.
"Why just watch if you can feel?" As new-season slogans go, ABC's feels ... well, a bit clingy and demanding. Back off, ABC. I'll feel you when I'm good and ready.
But the proof is in the programming, and ABC's new fall schedule — unveiled during Tuesday's Lincoln Center upfront presentation — feels like something I'll be spending a fair amount of time analyzing, and perhaps even enjoying, in the season to come. (See the full lineup here.)
Worst Week's Kyle Bornheimer has landed a role on ABC's comedy White Man Van.
Worst Week's Kyle Bornheimer will guest star on an upcoming episode of Bent, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The NBC comedy centers on a tough, recently divorced single mother named Alex (Amanda Peet) who finds unexpected chemistry with the lackadaisical, womanizing construction worker, Pete (David Walton), whom she hires to redo her kitchen.
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Bornheimer, 36, will play Dan, a new...
Perfect Couples, Mad Love
Love is in the air on network TV. From NBC's Perfect Couples to ABC's Happy Endings, each of the big four networks have new romantic comedies to kick off the new year. How to tell the difference between the young love on CBS' Mad Love and Fox's Traffic Light? TVGuide.com has worked up a handy guide to navigate prime time's web of romance. (Just be ready for some TV sitcom déjà vu.)
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Perfect Couples (Thursdays at 8:30/7:30c on NBC)
Premise: Three very different couples try to figure out the definition of the perfect relationship.
You Know Them From: Worst Week's Kyle Bornheimer, FlashForward's Christine Woods, Attack of the Show!'s Olivia Munn and...
Kyle Bornheimer and Christine Woods
Christmas came a little early for TV fans needing something new to enjoy this week when NBC previewed its upcoming comedy Perfect Couples during last night's Sing-Off finale. Did it hit the right notes?
Mostly yes. While the concept of three wacky, diverse couples feels like something we've seen, oh, a few thousand times before...
NBC is capitalizing on its hit The Sing-Off and expanding the show's season finale by 30 minutes.
The network will stretch The Sing-Off's live finale until 10:30/9:30c Monday. The 2½-hour broadcast will be followed by a preview of the comedy...
30 Rock, Parks and Recreation
NBC is adding a third hour of comedy on Thursday nights, the network announced Monday.
The new lineup, which begins Jan. 20, will feature Community in its same slot at 8/7c, followed by the new comedy Perfect Couples, starring Olivia Munn and Kyle Bornheimer. The Office will remain at 9/8c, with Parks and Recreation returning at 9:30/8:30c.