Zooey Deschanel and Jake Johnson
Nick and Jess fans may finally have something to be excited about!
New Girl's dynamic duo — who may be the new Ross and Rachel — will finally hit a turning point in their relationship, possibly taking steps towards the romance fans have been itching to see. But even if Nick (Jake Johnson) and Jess (Zooey Deschanel) do try, will their relationship work? TVGuide.com sat down with Johnson to find out:
Jess will soon learn the hard way that two's company, but four's a crowd!
When Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and Sam (David Walton) go on a romantic vacation on New Girl, Nick (Jake Johnson) and Angie (Olivia Munn) tag along — but Angie's desire to partake in crazy adventures make for quite the awkward weekend. How will this affect Nick and Jess relationship? Check out an exclusive sneak peek at Tuesday's episode of New Girl:
Jake Johnson and Olivia Munn
New Girl's Nick Miller is known for being an awkward guy, but things will get really weird when his new girlfriend meets his roommates. Why? Because she's a stripper.
Newsroom's Olivia Munn hopes her New Girl character doesn't come between Nick and Jess
A stripper might be every man's fantasy, but...
Olivia Munn is going from The Newsroom to New Girl.
The former Attack of the Show! host will pop up on the Fox comedy Tuesday as a new love interest for Nick (Jake Johnson). But fans of Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and Nick shouldn't worry: Even Munn wants to see New Girl's best dynamic duo end up together. Still, she has a job to do, which includes bringing out a side of Nick we haven't seen before. To find out what that entails, TVGuide.com turned to Munn to get the scoop:
Talk show host Wendy Williams is the latest celebrity to bare all for PETA, posing completely nude in new ads for the animal rights organization's "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" ad campaign.
Williams used to wear real mink and fox furs, but stopped when she learned about the cruel practices behind harvesting fur.
As G4 finalizes plans for a channel makeover in 2013, the young male-skewing network will conclude the runs of its two signature series, Attack of the Show and X-Play. Both long-running shows will wrap up production at the end of this year.
Attack of the Show and X-Play will continue to roll out new episodes through December...
It looks like fans of New Girl's Nick and Jess will have to wait a while longer for the couple to get together.
Olivia Munn in heading to the Fox comedy as Nick's new love interest, Deadline reports.
Carla Gugino, Emily Mortimer
"The first rule of being a female journalist," political reporter Susan Berg (Carla Gugino) tells a younger female colleague in the third episode of USA's miniseries Political Animals, "[is] if you s--- where you eat, don't cry about it. ... You want to be taken seriously? Take yourself seriously."
This single line of dialogue makes it clear that there's a much-needed crossover episode hidden in the summer TV lineup. Could Susan please take a temporary consulting gig in New York and talk some professional sense into the women of The Newsroom?
There aren't enough words. Except in the world of Aaron Sorkin, where there are always enough, maybe too many, as the Emmy- and Oscar-winning maestro of the hyper-verbal aria (The West Wing, Sports Night, The Social Network) aims his sights back on TV with the exhilarating, exasperating and often sensationally entertaining The Newsroom. (It premieres Sunday at 10/9c following summer hit True Blood.)
Jeff Daniels storms out of the glass-walled conference room for the fifth time in 25 minutes. Apparently, Nancy Grace can do that to a man. Take after take, her Southern-fried commentary on the Casey Anthony murder case has been blaring on multiple television monitors around the set of a TV newsroom, and her "Oh, God, will you look at that" attitude is more than Daniels' character, Will McAvoy, can bear.
McAvoy is a veteran anchorman unraveling before our eyes on The Newsroom, Aaron Sorkin's new HBO drama about...