TBS had made a long-term investment in Are We There Yet?
The network has ordered 90 additional episodes of Are We There Yet?, which stars Terry Crews (Everybody Hates Chris) and Essence Atkins (Half & Half).
A spinoff of the 2005 film starring...
Nia Long, whose recent film credits include the two Big Momma's House movies, will appear in at last three episodes of ABC's Boston Legal, playing a micromanaging associate from the New York office of Crane, Poole & Schmidt who arrives in Boston to solicit help from Alan.... Also per the Hollywood Reporter, Christopher Gorham has been upgraded to recurring status on Ugly Betty, where he has twice guested as Betty's nerdy accountant love interest.
Aaron McGruder has announced that he and thus his controversial comic strip, The Boondocks, are taking a six-month vacation starting in March.... Nia Long, Amber Valletta and Kate Nelligan have joined the supernatural thriller Premonition, about a housewife (Sandra Bullock) whose hubby pops up alive the day after dying in a car crash.... Michael Stipe and Rufus Wainwright are among the recording artists who will join activist Cindy Sheehan in Bring 'Em Home Now, a concert to be held March 20 at NYC's Hammerstein Ballroom.
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When actress Nia Long joined the cast of NBC's Third Watch (Fridays, 9 pm/ET) last year, she was thrilled to play policewoman Sasha Monroe right on New York City's mean streets. In fact, the 34-year-old Brooklyn native looks so convincing, passersby sometimes mistake her make-believe for reality.
"[I love] running around the streets of New York in a cop uniform with a gun," Long happily tells TV Guide Online. "[Recently,] I was on a long break. I had my uniform on, but I was on my cell phone and was wearing flip-flops. My shirt was out, but I had my gun belt on. And this woman, someone hit her car and ran."She's like, 'Miss, you are police officer, right?' I'm like, 'No, what are you talking about?' I forgot that I had the uniform on. She's like, 'I need someone to call the police.' I'm like, 'Well, call 911, I'm not a [real] cop.'"
Aside from these occasional moments of confusion, Long enjoys her work atmosphere. "People in New York City