The doctor is in!
Lisa Kudrow's lovable therapist Fiona Wallice will dole out more horrible advice when Web Therapy returns for Season 4 on...
Sarah Baker, Georgia King
Matthew Perry's latest series is already undergoing some tinkering.
Georgia King and Sarah Baker, who were both set to be series regulars alongside Perry on CBS' reboot of The Odd Couple, have exited the show for creative reasons, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Courteney Cox and David Letterman
Sorry, Friends fans. Courteney Cox says a reunion for the acclaimed NBC sitcom is "not gonna happen."
Since 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of Friends' premiere and the 10th anniversary of the series finale, fans had hoped the cast would gather for some sort of reunion. Alas, the Cougar Town star broke hearts and crushed dreams when...
Thomas Lennon has been tapped to star opposite Matthew Perry in CBS' The Odd Couple reboot, TVGuide.com has learned.
The comedy is a modern-day take on...
CBS has given a pilot order to Matthew Perry's Odd Couple reboot, TVGuide.com has learned.
Brian Van Holt, Courteney Cox
Cougar Town star Brian Van Holt had plenty of reasons to be nervous about the directing the second episode of the sitcom's fifth season.
Not only was Tuesday's episode (10/9c, TBS) Holt's directorial debut, but he was also tasked with directing Friends alum Matthew Perry's highly anticipated guest appearance. "100 percent I was nervous for sure," Holt tells TVGuide.com. "But Matthew is...
Matthew Perry will star in, co-write and executive-produce a reboot of The Odd Couple for CBS, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
CBS has given a script commitment to a modern-take of Neil Simon's Broadway 1965 play about polar opposite roommates. The play...
NBC didn't improve its overall ratings this past season, but network chairman Bob Greenblatt remains positive.
"How good is it to celebrate being flat? At this point in our business, flat is the new up," he said Saturday at the Television Critics Association fall previews. Greenblatt pointed out that the other Big 4 networks (ABC, CBS and FOX were all down ) and dubbed the 2012 season as the "Year of Improvement," citing that it was the network's most competitive season in the past nine years.
Orange is the New Black
Remakes (House of Cards) and reboots (Arrested Development) are one way to go when establishing a brand — let's just forget about the atrocious Hemlock Grove for now — but with Orange Is the New Black, Netflix finally achieves its eureka moment with a terrifically entertaining piece of original programming that's truly and bracingly original.
The setting, an upstate New York women's prison, isn't all that new, but Orange — adapted by Weeds' Jenji Kohan from a memoir by Piper Kerman — makes it fresh by mining a deep vein of absurdist humor with an unexpectedly generous empathy for the outrageous characters its overwhelmed heroine encounters in her nightmare odyssey behind bars. When anxious Piper Chapman (a wryly understated and immediately sympathetic Taylor Schilling) is being processed to start her 15-month sentence, she's assured this isn't OZ — and it also isn't Chained (or Caged) Heat. This show is much cooler than that.