Cleveland is about to get even hotter.
Kristin Chenoweth has been tapped to guest-star in an upcoming episode of Hot in Cleveland, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Series executive producer Sean Hayes took to Twitter Monday morning to announce Chenoweth's appearance, which is slated to air in May.
Hot In Cleveland gets a fourth season and a spin-off
The 43-year-old actress, who occasionally appears on Glee and will next star in ABC's GCB, will portray...
Sean Hayes is headed to Parks and Recreation, TVLine reports.
The former Will & Grace star will play a respected broadcast journalist who lands a big interview with Leslie (Amy Poehler) — which doesn't go so well. The episode will air in the spring.
The Three Stooges
Hey, knuckleheads, want to see Snooki poked in the eyes?
She appears in the first trailer for Peter and Bobby Farrelly's upcoming feature, The Three Stooges. The long-gestating movie, starring Sean Hayes, Will Sasso and Chris Diamantopoulos, is scheduled for release in April and strangely places them in contemporary times as real people, not characters.
Peter Tolan, Sean Hayes
Rescue Me co-creator Peter Tolan and his writing partner Michael Wimer have joined Sean Hayes' upcoming NBC sitcom about two gay dads, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The untitled project, which was first announced two weeks ago, will star Hayes as half of the couple raising a 12-year-old. Tolan will serve as ...
Mariska Hargitay, Carson Daly
Mariska Hargitay will be lightening her workload during the next season of Law & Order: SVU, but NBC boss Robert Greenblatt says viewers won't be able to tell.
"You will not notice anything," Greenblatt said Monday, while speaking to reporters during NBC's fall TV preview session. He added that while the actress, who recently adopted a child, will be "lightening her load in terms of shooting days," her alter ego Olivia Benson won't be any less of a presence on-screen.
Neil Patrick Harris
Neil Patrick Harris is set to reprise his role as Tony Awards host for the 2011 ceremony, Deadline reports.
Harris, 37, earned rave reviews when he first hosted...
Ricky Martin, Kristin Chenoweth
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation will honor Ricky Martin and Kristin Chenoweth, the organization announced Wednesday.
Ricky Martin proud to be "a fortunate gay man"
Martin will receive the Vito Russo Award at GLAAD's 22nd annual Media Awards on March 19 in New York. Named after one of GLAAD's founders, the award is given to an openly LGBT media professional who made a significant difference in promoting equal rights. The singer came out last March.
"Ricky coming out was ...
NBC has given the green light to Grimm, a dark cop drama from David Greenwalt, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
NBC orders comedy pilots from Chelsea Handler, Whitney Cummings
Grimm — which sounds distinctly similar to the premise of ABC's recent pickup, Poe — is described as...
The Bachelorette, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List
TV isn't perfect; sometimes it shows us mistakes. A Top Chef hopeful decided to make — gasp! — dessert. Jesse pulled the trigger on Breaking Bad. Kathy Griffin put the moves on Christopher Meloni. The Bachelorette's Kasey got a tattoo. And England's Rob Green — well, he knows what he did. He'll be rewatching it in his vuvuzela-scored nightmares for years to come. Welcome to Top Moments: Our Favorite Mistakes Edition.
That Newsweek doof may think Sean Hayes is too gay to play straight in Broadway's Promises, Promises, but we know that he was just perfect to play host of last night's Tony Awards. Showcasing a healthy dose of the joie de swish he honed on Will & Grace without going full Nathan Lane, the recently out actor pulled off his double duty (host and lead-actor nominee) with a sparkling mix of charm and cheek that—despite to a few flubbed punch lines—helped him come of as the surprisingly well-adjusted off-spring of Jimmy Fallon and