"The Bluths are in real deep doo-doo." So says Jeffrey Tambor, George Bluth himself, summing up the fourth season of Arrested Development at the show's April 30 premiere screening at Hollywood's famed TCL Chinese Theatre. The show, which follows the ridiculous exploits of the dysfunctional family, was revived by Netflix after being canceled by Fox in 2006.
Michael Cera should not get fresh with Rihanna!
The actor learns that the hard way in the new red-band trailer for This Is the End, Seth Rogen's directorial debut in which the celebrities play themselves in an apocalyptic comedy. Among those celebs are Cera, who tries to grab Rihanna's behind — much to her dismay.
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Check out the red-band trailer, which also includes cameos from James Franco, Jonah Hill, Emma Watson and Aziz Ansari, among others:
Sarah Silverman and Michael Cera have joined forces with a host of other comedians to launch a new comedy channel on YouTube, Deadline reports.
Everyone's favorite dysfunctional family has returned.
Arrested Development began shooting its fourth season, which will air exclusively on Netflix next year, this week — and a handful of photos have surfaced from the first day of filming.
Childrens Hospital may have begun as a satire of medical dramas like Grey's Anatomy, but now its take on everything in pop culture has us in stitches. Last season the Adult Swim series spoofed everything from Broadway plays to PSAs, and in one episode, all TV programming from the 1970s.
"It's gotten to the point where we don't know what the normal Childrens Hospital is anymore," says creator Rob Corddry, who also plays clown doctor Blake Downs. The best example? "This year we preempt the regularly scheduled episode to present the pilot for the British adaptation of the show." (In that version, Downs is a French mime).