Christina Applegate and Will Arnett, Up All Night
Shortly after announcing its fall schedule for the 2011-12 TV season, NBC released previews from 11 of its new series, including new comedies from Christina Applegate and Hank Azaria, the remake of BBC's crime drama Prime Suspect and the upcoming musical dramedy Smash.
The Playboy Club, airing Mondays at 10/9c, comes from 24, Parenthood and Friday Night Lights executive producer Brian Grazer. The period drama explores the lives of the first Playboy bunnies and the men who loved them. Amber Heard, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Eddie Cibrian and...
Christina Applegate, Debra Messing
Following Fox's head start on pilot pickups, NBC has ordered comedies from Whitney Cummings and Parks & Recreation writer Emily Spivey, along with drama series Smash and Prime Suspect, Deadline.com reports.
Fall 2011 TV Scorecard: Which shows are returning? Which aren't?
Spivey's Up All Night (which TVGuide.com had spotlighted as one of its 11 Promising Pilots) is an irreverent look at parenthood from the perspectives of an acerbic working mother (Christina Applegate), her...
Sarah Michelle Gellar, Will Arnett, Kerry Washington
Before the networks unveil their fall lineups next week, TVGuide.com has chosen the 11 most promising pilots:
Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea (NBC)
Starring: Laura Prepon, Lenny Clarke
Summary: An outspoken, sexually aggressive young woman...
The Oprah Winfrey Network announced Friday that Discovery executive Peter Liguori will replace Christina Norman as CEO.
News of Norman's ousting arrives less than five months after OWN's debut. The channel since then has averaged a small 283,000 viewers in prime time, and in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, posted shortly after the news broke, Winfrey admitted that the network was "not...
Will Arnett has been cast as Christina Applegate's husband in NBC's untitled Emily Spivey project, TVGuide.com has learned.
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The project is an irreverent look at parenthood from the perspectives of an acerbic working mother (Applegate), her...
Maya Rudolph has signed on to star opposite Christina Applegate in NBC's untitled Emily Spivey project, TVGuide.com has learned.
The project is an irreverent look at parenthood from the perspectives of an acerbic working mother (Applegate), her stay-at-home husband and her outspoken parents. The 38-year-old Saturday Night Live alum will play...
Fringe (Friday, 9/8c, Fox)
This entire season has been a tour de force for Anna Torv. Doing double duty as dueling Olivias from parallel warring universes, she most recently spent an episode channeling her inner Spock — aka Leonard Nimoy — as the ghostly soul of William Bell inhabited her body for a very clever outing. (In the climax, the dormant Olivia resurfaced briefly, freaking out Peter and the viewing audience.) This week, we're back in alt-world, as the pregnant Alt-livia faces mortal danger from several fronts. It's a very harrowing hour, deserving a far larger audience than it's likely to get, tucked away on Fridays. Fox, stand by this show!
Norm Macdonald: Me Doing Stand-Up (Saturday, 11:30/10:30c, Comedy Central)
The sardonic comic...
Christina Applegate will star in NBC's untitled Lorne Michaels-produced comedy pilot, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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Written byParks and Recreation's Emily Spivey, the ...
A few nights ago, when Modern Family's Cameron-as-Fizbo tried on a court jester's shtick for size, Mitchell offered this dour rejoinder: "There goes the theory that an English accent makes everyone sound smart." I don't think it's Anglophile snobbery that has me celebrating the return of Being Human to BBC America's lineup Saturday night, while being left as cold as a cadaver by Syfy's spotty remake. The original is simply a much better show.
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Better acted, for sure, and it's not just a matter of dialect. There's an intensity to the British original, even when it's going for droll humor, that's lacking in the shrill and...
NBC picked up two comedy pilots Tuesday, including one from Saturday Night Live executive producer Lorne Michaels.
Michaels' as-yet untitled series project is an irreverent look at parenthood from the perspectives of an acerbic working mother, her stay-at-home husband and her outspoken parents. The pilot was written by...