Shortly after Fox ordered four drama series on Wednesday, the network has handed out series orders to comedies Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Enlisted, Us & Them and Surviving Jack in addition to the previously ordered Dads, TVGuide.com has learned.
Fox picks up Almost Human, Gang Related, Rake and Sleepy Hollow
From Parks and Recreation's Mike Schur and Dan Goor, Brooklyn Nine-Nine stars Saturday Night Live alum Andy Samberg as...
Fox has handed out pilot orders to two comedies, including one from Cougar Town co-creator Kevin Biegel.
Enlisted, based on...
1600 Penn is about the First Family, but it's definitely not about politics.
"It takes a little bit of time, but we do quickly [get] to a show that concentrates more on the family dynamics where the White house is just a back drop," executive producer Mike Royce told reporters at the Television Critics Association winter previews. "That's a product of how we have to launch the stories that occur, but as we go along we're able to turn things more inward which I think is a more interesting place to be."
John Stamos is returning to Fox.
The former Glee guest-star has landed the leading role in Fox's Little Brother pilot. Stamos, best-known for playing Uncle Jesse on Full House, will portray...
It's a different character, a different city, and a different department, but when Andre Braugher returns to NBC for his first appearance on Law & Order: SVU Wednesday (airing at 10/9c on NBC), there will be one very familiar face in his midst.
"It's kind of funny because Munch has been in both of these worlds, and here I am basically in Munch's world appearing as someone else, so there's a cute little meet and greet," Braugher tells TVGuide.com of his reunion with Homicide: Life on the Street co-star Richard Belzer. "I say, 'Have we met?' There's a glimmer before we get down to brass tax in the show basically to acknowledge we know each other and that we spent a significant amount of time together."
Law & Order: SVU's new boss on Meloni's exit, new detectives and rejuvenating the show
It's been almost 12 years since Braugher retired his badge in the 2000 Homicide TV movie, and although his co-star is still portraying the same wise-cracking cop, Braugher's Det. Frank Pembleton is nowhere...