Romany Malco has been tapped to star in Kevin Hart's ABC comedy pilot, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Based on Hart's life and stand-up...
The Botwins — if we can still call them that — said farewell Sunday, with a Weeds series finale that a stoner might describe as... a total bummer, man.
For those who have stayed with Weeds over its eight ever-morphing seasons, it was a nice nugget of nostalgia to hear the original version of "Little Boxes" before the final hour. From there, we flashed eight-odd years into the future, as noted by Stevie's impending Bar Mitzvah. The finale featured several fun, but too-brief cameos from former cast members who breezed in and out as we stumbled toward the main question we hoped this finale might answer: Has Nancy (Mary-Louise Parker) learned from her mistakes? And if so, where does she go from here?
Read on to find out where Nancy — and everyone else — ended up:
Nancy Botwin's past finally caught up to her.
The matriarch of one of the most dysfunctional families on TV kicked off the eighth and final season of Weeds on the ground, covered in blood, having been shot in the head. There's no way the Showtime series would kill off star Mary-Louise Parker — not yet, at least — but it raises the question: Who would want to kill Nancy?
Weeds to end after upcoming season
Well, I mean, who wouldn't really, right? Was it...
Justified and Archer will return for their third seasons this January, FX announced Monday.
Coming off its Emmy-winning second season, the drama will premiere its new season on Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 10/9c. This season will see...
Kristen Bell, Justin Long
FX has ordered a new animated comedy series from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia writer/producers David Hornsby, Scott Marder and Rob Rosell, the cable network announced Thursday.
The series, titled Unsupervised, centers on two best friends trying to survive their teenage years and do the right thing without any parental supervision. The series will premiere in January and be paired with FX's other animated comedy, Archer.
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What does Romany Malco consider good TV? The Good Wife, of course.
"It's cryptic and clever with a message that promotes strong family values," he tells TVGuide.com. "The cast is a nice mixture of flawed and complex ...
Jennifer Morrison and Jesse Spencer
Sometimes a show just ain't the same once one of its key characters dies, leaves or gets otherwise written out. Think of the outrage when Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) packed up her stethoscope and left House's Princeton Plainsboro — and Chase — in her rear-view. There's been a hole in the heart of Brothers & Sisters since Walker sibling Tommy (Balthazar Getty) lost his mind and fled South of the Border. And who among us doesn't miss the smart ties and whipsmart repartee of art director Sal Romano (Bryan Batt) on Mad Men? Don't even get us started on the revolving door at Grey's Anatomy's Seattle Grace Hospital.
So if you had the power of TV-character reanimation, who would you bring back?
I'll go first. I miss the way Weeds' Conrad (Romany Malco) and Heylia (Tonye Patano) were able to rein in Nancy's more egotistical flights of fancy.
Now you. Which character(s) would you bring back?
No Ordinary Family
Holy frak! ABC's No Ordinary Family makes fanboy dreams come true by pitting superhero brood the Powells against two new baddies played by former Battlestar Galactica beauties Lucy Lawless and Tricia Helfer. "We're certainly excited to not only have two actresses of their caliber, but also two actresses with...
NBC can't get enough of Bradley Whitford.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Emmy-winning star of The West Wing and the short-lived Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, is returning to the Peacock as the star and producer of a new single camera comedy pilot Off Duty. Weeds' Romany Malco will costar.
The show focuses on ...
As reported earlier today, the folks behind American Idol are reviving Match Game. I may be in the minority here, but my restrained response to this news was something akin to "Woo-hoo!" I loved that show both in its heyday and in reruns on the Game Show Network if only because it's the strangest anthropological documentation of 1970s comedy, sexual mores and substance abuse that you're ever going to find on network television. It was pretty subversive for a game show (see examples on YouTube), with more cigarette smoking, daytime drinking and winking sexism/sexual innuendo than your average episode of Mad Men.So we asked you who you'd put on the show's inaugural panel. Who are today's Richard Dawsons, Brett Sommerses, and Charles Nelson Reillys? And you responded in kind, with some very interesting suggestions. (Mario Cantone? Genius. Jimmy Fallon? Eh.) That said, here are my humble suggestions for the inaugural sextet. 1) Pamela Anderson: If anyone knows her wa...