Cheryl Hines is stopping by The Crazy Ones, TVLine.com reports.
The Suburgatory star will play...
Ashley Tisdale, Sarah Michelle Gellar
On Thursday's episode of The Crazy Ones (9/8c, CBS), Ashley Tisdale guest-stars as Kelsi Lasker, the obnoxious daughter of an important client who gets hired as an intern at Lewis, Roberts and Roberts.
Robin Williams, Whoopi Goldberg, William Shatner and Blake Shelton, are among those joining Kelly Clarkson for her upcoming holiday special Kelly Clarkson's Cautionary Christmas Music Tale, NBC announced Wednesday.
Clarkson's special will...
John C. McGinley, Skylar Astin
The "upstairs downstairs" framework we've come to love on Downton Abbey translates fairly well to the world of corporate workplace romantic comedy in TBS's Ground Floor, a likable if decidedly modest bauble from sitcom vets Bill Lawrence (Cougar Town) and Greg Malins (Friends), working in the too-often-disparaged mode of traditional multi-camera comedy. (The first two episodes air back-to-back Thursday starting at 10/9c.)
Brad Garrett and Robin Williams
How does one keep a straight face when acting opposite Robin Williams?
"You just have to think of, like, orphans or hurt puppies or things in your mind that just keep you in the moment and not laughing," Brad Garrett, who's making his debut in a recurring role on The Crazy Ones this week, tells TVGuide.com. "At the end of the week, you kind of figure out what kind of concentration you have as an actor."
Ed Asner, Sarah Michelle Gellar
You can always count on Ed Asner for a good interview. The outspoken seven-time Emmy winner turns 84 on Nov. 15, has two fun TV appearances coming up and couldn't help calling out Hot in Cleveland for recently snubbing him and pal Gavin MacLeod.
Lea Michele and Chris Colfer
Glee has topped the People's Choice Awards nominations with eight nods, including favorite network TV comedy.
Katy Perry and Sandra Bullock follow with five nominations apiece. Bullock will face her fiercest competition yet in the favorite duos category: She's nominated against herself for Gravity with George Clooney and for The Heat with Melissa McCarthy.
Once upon a very different time, Lisa Kudrow owned Thursday night along with her other TV Friends during NBC's now-distant era of "Must See" supremacy. She's back on the same night, on a different network, but once again she's landed on the buzziest show of the moment: ABC's Scandal (10/9c), where she begins a recurring role as Josephine Marcus, a Democratic Congresswoman — and outspoken critic of the Grant administration — who tangles with First Lady Mellie (the awesome Bellamy Young). What drew Kudrow back to network TV? May have something to do with her longtime friendship and working relationship with producing partner (and guest actor Emmy winner) Dan Bucatinsky, who plays Cyrus's excitable partner James on the show. While she's reason enough to tune in, the Pope & Associates subplot also sounds like fun, as they take on as a client a politician notorious for snapping photos of his unmentionables. (Sound familiar?)
Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar
CBS has given full-season orders to The Crazy Ones, The Millers and Mom, the network announced Friday.
"We're proud of CBS's leadership position in comedy and excited to build on it with the back nine pick-ups of these three new comedies," said CBS Entertainment Nina Tassler.
Brad Garrett, Robin Williams
It's hard not to look up to Brad Garrett. Next month, the 6'8½" former Everybody Loves Raymond star joins CBS's The Crazy Ones in the recurring role of...