Nathan Fillion will guest-star on Community's upcoming fifth season, Deadlinereports.
Nothing says Halloween more than Valentine's Day and daddy issues, right? Well, maybe not, but Community has never been one to conform. On Thursday's episode "Paranormal Parentage," the latest addition to the show's beloved lineage of Halloween episodes, the study group ventures to their scariest locale yet — Hawthorne Manor. So to paraphrase Jeff, what in the Scooby-Doo happened...
LeVar Burton is resurrecting Reading Rainbow for yet another generation — by releasing an app.
Burton, executive producer and host of the program that ran on PBS for 26 years until 2009, is creating a mobile application through his site RRKidz, which he started in September.
For the first time ever, Oprah Winfrey conducts an interview inside her lavish Montecito, California, estate in celebration of the 35th anniversary of Roots, the 1977 Emmy-winning ABC miniseries that exposed the horrors of slavery and triumphs of its survivors.
Yvette Nicole Brown, Community
Between the paintball episode and Ken Jeong's crazy one-liners, there have been some seriously hilarious scenes on Community. But Yvette Nicole Brown, who plays Shirley on the NBC sitcom, tells TVGuide.com: "The scenes that [LeVar Burton] is in and the cast member he has the scenes with — it is some of the funniest stuff I've seen on Community."
Plus, see what Brown had to say about a visual in tonight's "Advanced Dungeons & Dragons" episode that will haunt you for life.
If there's one thing the Community gang is not good at, it's romance. And with the show's Valentine's Day episode around the corner, things are only going to get worse. "Things are going to go wrong, and comically so," star Gillian Jacobs tells TVGuide.com.
Plus: Get the details on an upcoming appearance by LeVar Burton and an episode that will take the study group outside of Greendale.
Watch the full interview in the video after the jump.
David Wolper, producer of the celebrated miniseries Roots, has died of congestive heart disease and complications of Parkinson's disease, according to The Associated Press. He was 82.
Wolper is perhaps best known for his work on the 1977 ABC miniseries that followed...
Leslie Uggams is working on a Lena Horne project that's en route to Broadway.Louis Gossett Jr. is heading back to Broadway with a remake of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, also starring Phylicia Rashad and directed by Debbie Allen.John Amos, of course, is currently on Men in Trees: "Maybe next year the entire cast of that show will be here."Ben Vereen just finished an episode of Grey's Anatomy and wants to go back to Broadway with a gospel-themed project.LeVar Burton is on Day 10 of the shoot for Tempting Hyenas, a feature he's directing. The cast includes himself, Alfre Woodard, Lacey Chabert and Adrienne Barbeau.Cicely Tyson jokes, "I'm looking for a job," saying she may have to pull a Bette Davis and put an ad in the newspapers. "But I, for most of my career, have been unemployed," she says, before noting, "I actually have a number of things in the works."There's awkwardness as Cicely and LeVar get into some sort of debate about the state of today's long-form television and Roots' legacy.
John Amos in Roots
Can you say "charmed career"? John Amos has starred in such beloved shows as Good Times, The West Wing and, most recently, the sleeper hit Men in Trees. It is Amos' role as the adult Kunta Kinte in Roots, however, that will go down in history. In 1977, Roots broke viewing records as America tuned in to watch what is still the No. 1 miniseries of all time. Based on Alex Haley's novel about his ancestor, who was taken from his homeland in Africa and forced into slavery in the U.S., Roots opened a dialogue about race in America and sparked a fervent interes