In the past few years Phoef Sutton served as a consulting producer on the critically acclaimed FX series Terriers — and the not-so-critically-acclaimed CBS sitcom Rob. Now the Cheers alum is executive producing The Soul Man, a Hot in Cleveland spin-off (Wednesdays, 10/9c on TV Land) starring Cedric the Entertainer as an R&B star who takes over as the preacher of his father's church and Niecy Nash as his wife, Lolli. Sutton took our showrunner survey to explain why he's praying for success.
TV Guide Magazine: My DVR is jam-packed. Why should I add The Soul Man to my queue?
Phoef Sutton: Because really, how many repeats of Law & Order does one person need to DVR? Why not give something new a try? Maybe something funny and spiritual...
New Girl is getting a new guy.
Bent's David Walton has signed on for a recurring role on the hit Fox comedy as Jess' new love interest, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Walton, 33, will play a "classic bad-boy type" who mistakes Jess (Zooey Deschanel) for someone else, but she...
Community's Yvette Nicole Brown will channel Shirley's sassy and hilarious personality for her guest stint on TV Land's new series The Soul Man.
On Wednesday's episode, Brown guest-stars as...
TV Land has renewed The Exes for a second season, the network announced Thursday. The show will premiere in June alongside the Hot in Cleveland spin-off, tentatively titled Have Faith.
Hot In Cleveland has been renewed for a fourth season, TV Land announced at Saturday's TCA press panel.
The series, which stars Jane Leeves, Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick and Betty White, was given a 24-episode order to premiere next November.