TBS has picked up a comedy pilot from The Office alum Steve Carell.
Tribeca, a satirical take on the procedural, follows Angie Tribeca, a ten-year veteran of the LAPD's elite RHCU (Really Heinous Crimes Unit). The comedy explores the eccentric but brilliant group of people who investigate crime and reveal way too much personal information.
Fox has ordered eight episodes of Slide Show, an unscripted comedy from The Office's Steve Carell, the network announced Tuesday.
Slide Show pits two teams of celebrities and comedians against each other in showdowns that will test the mind and body — all while the set is tilted on a 22.5 degree angle.
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She's just being Miley.
That seems the theme of the singer's new interview with Rolling Stone, which chronicles Cyrus getting tattoos, jumping out of a plane and partying all night by drinking Malibu.
Interspersed within the adventures, Cyrus, 20, shares insights on everything from Justin Bieber, the Video Music Awards controversy and her penchant for nudity. While some of these anecdotes are wildly amusing (you'll never guess which actor got a tattoo in her honor), others are slightly disturbing, especially when it comes to one of her childhood chores for her father.
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This week, the Internet treated us to another montage of Aaron Sorkin's most frequently used lines of dialogue ahead of Sunday's Season 2 premiere of The Newsroom, and a separate supercut compiled all the references to coffee and pie in Twin Peaks. Bryan Cranston gave fans a chance to go to the Los Angeles premiere of Breaking Bad next month with him and the rest of the cast, while Zach Braff helped a fan propose to his girlfriend. CollegeHumor released its first movie, Coffee Town, and the three women who were held captive in Cleveland for more than a decade spoke out for the first time. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Ron Burgundy is back!
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, which is scheduled to be released in December, finds Burgundy (Will Ferrell) and his team of intrepid broadcast journalists (Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and David Koechner) transitioning to a 24-hour cable news channel in the 1980s.