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Pilot Season: ABC Orders Comedies from Shawn Levy, Sharon Horgan

Sharon Horgan

ABC ordered two single-camera comedy pilots Wednesday, including a family comedy from Night at the Museum director Shawn Levy.

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In The Untitled Andrea Abbate project, good girl Karey is... read more

VIDEO: Get a First Look at Charlie's Angels and Shonda Rhimes' Scandal


ABC released previews from 11 of its new series for the 2011-12 TV season, including a new drama from Shonda Rhimes, the remake of Charlie's Angels and Tim Allen's return to TV.

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Nancy Travis Joins Tim Allen Pilot

Nancy Travis

Nancy Travis will play Tim Allen's wife in the comedian's new ABC pilot, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Previously titled The Last Days of Man, the project revolves around Tim Fitzgerald (Allen), who's fighting ...
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Tim Allen to Join ABC's The Last Days of Man

Tim Allen

Tim Allen will return to his Home Improvement home at ABC to star in the comedy pilot The Last Days of Man, has confirmed. 

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ABC Orders Man Up Pilot; Tim Allen to Star?

Tim Allen

ABC has ordered Man Up, a pilot that may bring Home Improvement star Tim Allen back to television, has confirmed.

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Evangeline Lilly Cast in Robot-Boxing Film

Evangeline Lilly

That was fast! Lost has yet to air its final episode, but Evangeline Lilly has already landed a role in a sci-fi movie alongside Hugh Jackman and Anthony Mackie, according to Variety.

Lost's Mark Pellegrino: There will be more answers

Real Steel, directed by Shawn Levy (Date Night, Night at the Museum), stars Jackman as an ex-fighter in a world where boxers are replaced by giant robots that ... read more

Buffy Creator Dumps Wonder Woman

It's a sad, sad day for fanboys everywhere. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Buffy and Angel creator Joss Whedon has bailed on Warner Bros. Pictures' Wonder Woman feature. "I had a take on the film that, well, nobody liked," he wrote on "[The suits and I] just saw different movies.... nonsympatico. It happens all the time." Bah! At this rate, when that pic finally gets made, Lauren Graham's gonna be too, er, mature to play the (other) part she was born to play. (Oh, and at least one Today's News reader owes Matt Mitovich an apology.) Next up for Whedon is the thriller Goners, which he's directing for Universal.In other comic-book/feature news, WB Pictures has signed Night at the Museum director Shawn Levy to take over its adaptation of The Flash, which is hardly as good as Wonder Woman, but hey, it's something.Monday's Today's News was written by Ben Katner. read more

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