Adult Swim's quirky comedy Childrens Hospital, which returns Thursday night at Midnight/11c, is switching things up for Season 5: The Emmy-winning show's characters have relocated to a U.S. Army base in Japan, where they clash with military personnel and hold a wine tasting during surgery.
Immediately following at 12:15/11:15c, The channel's faux crime procedural, NTSF: SD:SUV::, is also back for another season of fighting terrorists in San Diego through the most absurd means imaginable — including a visit to the city's Little London district (which was actually filmed in the real London).
We asked Childrens Hospital's Rob Corddry and NTSF's Paul Scheer to interview each other about their new seasons. The chat turned into a freewheeling conversation, ranging from the unusual appeal of USA's Suits to why neither of them find The Blues Brothers funny. An edited transcript follows.
Comic-Con is almost upon us, and on Friday, Warner Bros. released its full 2013 lineup for the international convention held each summer in San Diego.
In addition to featuring panels and screenings of such fan favorites as The Big Bang Theory, Arrow, The Following and Supernatural, WB will also showcase some of its most anticipated new series including The Originals, The Tomorrow People and Almost Human.
Yahoo! unveiled its new slate of original programming at its newfront presentation Monday, including new comedy series from Ed Helms and John Stamos.
Now that Penny is once again a single lady, she's back on the prowl, but you won't believe who she hooks up with on Friday's episode of Happy Endings.
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Nat Faxon has landed his first post-Ben and Kate role, as Paget Brewster's love interest on the ABC comedy pilot Spy, TVGuide.com has learned.