A year after originally developing a comedy pilot starring The Office alum Craig Robinson, NBC has picked up a new version of the show. The Peacock Network has given a six-episode order to Mr. Robinson, starring the comedian as a musician who winds up taking a job as a middle school music teacher.
ABC has picked up full seasons of its two Tuesday freshman comedies, The Goldbergs and Trophy Wife. Additionally, the network has ordered four more episodes of...
Maggie Lawson, Griffin Gluck and James Caan
On the baseball diamond behind 20th Century Fox Studios in Los Angeles, James Caan is consoling 11-year-old Riley Kehoe. It's the second week of production on ABC's new Little League comedy, Back in the Game, and the camera has just stopped rolling on a scene in which Riley collides with his twin brother and fellow actor, Griffin. Riley hit the dirt hard, so Caan steps in with a bit of advice. "Next time, take him out" ...
What does Sonny Corleone have in common with James Caan's Back in the Game character? Ruthlessness.
At the Television Critics Association fall previews on Sunday, showrunners Robb and Mark Cullen revealed childhood memories of their father, who inspired Caan's Back in the Game character Terry "The Cannon" Gannon.
Should Psych-Os be worried? Maggie Lawson, who stars on the USA comedy, has joined ABC's untitled comedy pilot from Las Vegas writers Mark and Robb Cullen, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Psych renewed for an eighth season
Lawson will headline the single-camera comedy opposite...
James Caan has signed on to star in an ABC comedy pilot from Las Vegas writers Mark and Robb Cullen.
The Oscar nominee will star as Terry Sr. in the...
ABC has picked up two more comedy pilots, one an adaptation of the British series Spy, and the other a sports comedy that may star James Caan, TVGuide.com has learned.
Based on the British series of the same name...
Steve Harris and Dougray Scott, Heist
Tonight at 10 pm/ET, NBC lays the foundation for a major Heist with a serialized drama — directed by Doug Liman (The Bourne Supremacy, Mr. & Mrs. Smith) and penned by Mark and Robb Cullen (FX's Lucky) — about the simultaneous robbery of three Beverly Hills jewelry stores. Leading the series' Ocean's Eleven-style rat pack of robbers are Mission: Impossible II baddie Dougray Scott as Mickey O'Neil and The Practice's Steve Harris as James "Never Jimmy" Johnson, while Seymour Cassel (as safecracker Pops), Marika Dominczyk (computer whi