The trilogy is now complete. Family Guy's popular series of Star Wars parodies — the Empire Strikes Back installment was the No. 3 best-selling Blu-ray release of 2009 — goes for the intergalactic trifecta with a spoof of Return of The Jedi.
As you can tell by TV Guide Magazine's exclusive first look at the poster art, the still untitled project retains its faithful tone...
Seth Green and Clare Grant
Seth Green and model-actress Clare Grant got married over the weekend, according to People.
The couple got hitched at ...
Jack McBrayer and Conan O'Brien
Until Conan O'Brien is legally able to appear on TV in the fall, he's trying a different way to make people laugh: a stage show.
Conan O'Brien debuts on stage with Self-Pleasuring Panda
O'Brien returned to Los Angeles over the weekend to perform at the Gibson Amphitheatre, which is just a few buildings away from his now-vacant Tonight Show stage. The proximity fueled the comedian further in taking on evil television executives, comparing NBC to Lord of the Rings' Mordor, the place where television the ring goes to die.
So how is Coco moving on, besides, of course, getting his own TV show on TBS?
Susie Essman, Jon Hamm, Patti Stanger
Jerry Seinfeld, Golden Globe-winning Mad Men star Jon Hamm and Oscar-nominated actress Taraji P. Henson will be the first panelists on Curb: The Discussion, TV Guide Network's new discussion show about the ethical dilemmas of Curb Your Enthusiasm, the network announced.
The round-table discussions, which will immediately follow episodes of Curb when it debuts on Wednesday, June 2 (10/9c), are co-produced by Curb creator Larry David and hosted by comedienne and Curb regular Susie Essman. Curb will be edited for language and nudity, but not to fit a traditional half-hour format. Episodes of The Discussion will air ...
Seth Green, Clare Grant
Family Guy star Seth Green is engaged to model-actress Clare Grant, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Cartoon Network renews Robot Chicken
Green, 36, is known for his roles in...
Robot Chicken, the spoof stop-motion series on Cartoon Network's late-night programming block Adult Swim, has been renewed for two more seasons, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Seth Green/Matthew Senreich series, which brings in celebs to voice various characters, has been picked up for...
My Name Is Earl broke ground on Season 4 in style with two back-to-back episodes With last seasons storylines left in the dust getting back to the shows roots was nothing less than a breath of fresh air After an hour filled with some of the funniest new TV moments Ive seen in a while I couldnt ask for more but I wanted to anyway In the first installment Earl Jason Lee recalls having once ruined Buddy Zaks wish from the Make-A-Wish Foundation when he was just a boy himself When he sets off to make it up to Buddys mother he finds Buddy still alive and all grown up A film enthusiast Buddy asks Earl to produce his dream movie in exchange for crossing him off of the list However the only available actors are Camden Countys usual cast of clowns It also doesnt help that the film 2 The Max is ridiculous Seth Green brings on the funny in the role of Buddy and looks like hes enjoying every minute of it With all of his recent work in animation Family Guy Ro
Grey' s Anatomy by Scott Garfield/ABC
For the last few seasons, Thursday was unquestionably the busiest night of the TV week, but it now has serious competition. Monday, especially the first hour of prime-time, is a logjam nightmare of strong choices. And this Sunday is one hot mess, with ABC launching its re-energized leap-into-the-future Desperate Housewives and Brothers & Sisters while Showtime kick-starts dazzling new seasons of Dexter and Californication while HBO continues with its kicky True Blood-Entourage combo, adding the raucous sketch-com Little Britain USA this week while CBS revs up a new season of Emmy champ The Amazing Race leading into Cold Case and a transplanted The Unit while Fox brings back its durable animated lineup. Whew.
Robot Chicken courtesy Turner Broadcasting
If Robot Chicken's Emmy-nominated Star Wars episode wasn't enough, the show will be flying a second edition into orbit November 16, announced just days after nominations were released and just in time for some Comic-Con kvelling.The show's cocreator Seth Green will direct the second go-around, and many of the original voice cast will be back, too, including Star Wars vets Carrie Fisher and Billy Dee Williams, as Princess Leia and Lando Calrissian. Per the Reporter, returning cast will also feature Seth MacFarlane as Emperor Palpatine and Conan O'Brien as Zuckuss, while Green will voice characters such as Ponda Baba.Is the Robot Chicken approach to Star Wars worth turning into (again) or would they be better to leave the original alone? Anna DimondUse our Online Video Guide to taste some Robot Chicken.
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Kinda funny today, sharing news on both Seth Green and Jamie Kennedy, whom many would be hard-pressed to tell apart if asked. But I digress.Seth will guest-star on My Name Is Earl this season, playing a former Make-a-Wish child whose dream of starring in an action movie was dashed by Earl. Ergo, Earl charges himself with making that big-screen lark come to fruition.Me, I'll be curious to see if the actual Make-a-Wish name sticks; the organization is famously protective about its brand, and usually forces writers to instead co-opt some clunky "Express-a-Desire" substitute. Matt Mitovich"Related":• Ghost Whisperer Experiments with Jamie Kennedy