What will Carlos say about this?!
Eva Longoria, best known for playing Gaby, aka Mrs. Carlos Solis, on Desperate Housewives, is joining Brooklyn Nine-Nine this fall as...
Summer is the perfect time to take a vacation, so book a trip to your couch and get to know the officers on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
The Golden Globe-winning Fox comedy stars Saturday Night Live alum Andy Samberg as know-it-all Detective Jake Peralta, who is forced to (at least try to) rein in his goofy nature and hilarious pranks when he gets a new boss, Emmy winner Andre Braugher as the hilariously deadpan and no-nonsense Captain Holt.
Emmy season is here! For the next two weeks, voters will be checking off names and shows they think are worthy of getting a nomination come July 10. We at TVGuide.com have a few selections in mind ourselves. First up: our dream ballot for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
Josh Charles, Andy Samberg
Unless you've been living under a rock or in a wi-fi dead zone, it's no secret that Josh Charles is newly unemployed after a shocking twist on Sunday's episode of The Good Wife.
However, the Emmy-nominated actor is already being eyed for another potential TV gig on Fox's comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine. "I think we've got to...
If you like Syfy's Face Off (as I do), then you're already predisposed to enjoy the channel's new reality competition series Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge (Tuesday, 10/9c), which often feels like a shot-by-shot copy, complete with fetching female host (Farscape's Gigi Edgley), insane time pressures in producing elaborately fanciful Henson-esque creatures, and a three-member judging panel including the likable Brian Henson (Jim's son and chairman of the Henson Company with its fabled Creature Shop). What Creature Shop may lack in originality it makes up for in creative energy, with the contestants further challenged in mentoring sessions by being made to focus on having the full-body costumes be fully functional for the skilled Henson puppeteers within. The climactic "Screen Test" reveals are fun to watch, and the critiques (as in Face Off) are smartly constructive.
Terry Crews, Andy Samberg
All season long, Brooklyn Nine-Nine has found new and hilarious ways to show flashbacks to Capt. Holt's younger days on the force when he was sporting one heck of an...
Sunday's episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine is special not only because of its primo post-Super Bowl timeslot, but because it also marks the return of Fred Armisen.
The Saturday Night Live vet first appeared in the comedy's pilot, but little is known about his character, Melipnos. So what is Melipnos...
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.
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Among last week's more encouraging TV signs: On the first Tuesday of the official fall season, it felt a bit like a return to the good (or at least simpler) old days when network TV was the dominant game in town, and crowded time periods could support more than one hit. In prime time's starting position of 8/7c, there appear to be three blockbusters duking it out:
As an object lesson in the extremes of new fall TV, welcome to Fox's new and not entirely improved Tuesday comedy lineup. (Unhappily missing in action, but for how long: Raising Hope, currently designated to return for its fourth season in the Friday swamplands in early November with back-to-back episodes, a scenario few believe will ever occur.)