Thanks to the one-two punch of NCIS and Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Tuesday nights at 8/7c have become pretty crowded. Which is why Raising Hope's new showrunner, Mike Mariano, isn't all that worried about the show's move from Tuesdays to what was once believed to be the death timeslot of Fridays. "I'm thrilled by it because I think the Tuesday-at-8 timeslot is one of the toughest on television," Mariano tells TVGuide.com. "I'm not as intimidated as I would have been in other years going to Fridays. ... But it's also really out of my control. I'm thrilled to be on the air."
After a slightly extended time off the schedule, Raising Hope returns Friday (9/8c, Fox) with two new back-to-back episodes and a slew of impressive guest stars including...
Kimmie's love life is about to get wild.
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On Wednesday's Super Fun Night (9:30/8:30c, ABC), Kimmie (Rebel Wilson), Helen-Alice (Liza Lapira) and Marika (Lauren Ash) attend a love seminar led by Jane Spencer (Molly Shannon), aka The Love Lioness, a relationship ...
These are the guest stars and events that the networks have planned for the second week of November sweeps:
Monday, Nov. 11
How I Met Your Mother (CBS)
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston is back as Ted's reviled, pompous former boss.
Molly Shannon and Martha Plimpton
Molly Shannon joins Raising Hope on Nov. 22 as supermarket Howdy's newest owner. Not satisfied with just pushing produce, she transforms the store into an art gallery and performance space after-hours, where Virginia (Martha Plimpton) and ...
Bob's Burgers serves up the scary with its Halloween episode featuring guest star Molly Shannon on Sunday (8:30/7:30c, Fox). The Saturday Night Live alum will lend her voice to the character Millie, a wacko little girl who has a very intense interest in her friend Louise (Kristen Schaal).
Kristen Wiig, Jon Hamm
Kristen Wiig back on Saturday Night Live? Sooo many possibilities.
Emily Van Camp, Josh Bowman
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Question: I just read that Mike Kelley, the creator of Revenge, is leaving the show after this season. I will admit that this season isn't as good as the first, but it's OK. There are reports that Mike Kelley wanted shorter seasons, like on cable, with 13 episodes instead of the regular 22 moving forward. Since that wasn't going to happen, he left. What do you think? Do you think the show would work better with a shorter episode order? Also, if Kelley knew the show wouldn't work with longer seasons, why didn't he speak up the first season? Do you think someone else stepping in will freshen the show a bit? I will admit the time I started to take a step back and realize the writers were going too far was when they revealed Victoria had yet another child. Really?! Did you think the writers went overboard with that storyline in particular too? I also don't agree with the assertion that Scandal has replaced Revenge.
Mads Mikkelsen, Kacey Rohl
NBC pulled the fourth episode of Hannibal last week in the wake of the deadly Boston Marathon bombings, but fans can still watch the episode online.
NBC has chosen to pull the upcoming fourth episode of Hannibal in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings, Variety reports.
The episode, which was slated to air on April 25, depicts children, who have been brainwashed by a woman (Saturday Night Live vet Molly Shannon), murdering other children. Instead, NBC will air...
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It's all screams and giggles — the screams courtesy of an insistent shrieking doorbell, while the giggles come with the territory — as USA Network's long-running hoot-dunit Psych marks its 100th episode (Wednesday, 10/9c) with a shamelessly wacky murder mystery set in a spooky mansion during a thunderous storm. It's a dark and silly night, indeed, as this Clue-inspired romp gathers colorful characters as suspects (including Lesley Ann Warren as a stuttering Miss Scarlett), while Shawn and Gus panic and mug as usual, running everyone in circles before solving the crime. Which is where the audience comes in this week, as the show goes interactive, urging fans to help decide the outcome by voting live during the episode on psych.usanetwork.com and Twitter.