The celebrity game show returns for its second season Monday at 8/7c with back-to-back episodes. Clue-Boom, which was debuted at the Television Critics Association winter previews on Sunday...
NBC has given pilot orders to two dramas and three comedies from Carlton Cuse, Dick Wolf, Jason Bateman and others.
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Sean Hayes could be returning full time to primetime next season. The Will & Grace alum has signed on to executive produce and star in a new NBC sitcom project from writer Victor Fresco (Better Off Ted).
Wendie Malick, Laura San Giacomo
After reuniting Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves and Betty White with their former sitcom co-stars, TV Land's Hot in Cleveland is finally giving some reunion love to Wendie Malick. In its third season, the series will bring Wendie back together with her Just Shoot Me! co-star Laura San Giacomo. The ladies worked side by side on the NBC sitcom from 1997-2003, with Laura's Maya often butting heads with Wendie's Nina Van Horn.
Laura will share most of her Cleveland scenes with Valerie's Melanie Moretti....
In Season 2, Hot in Cleveland (10/9c, TV Land) has already seen Betty White's old TV pincushion Mary Tyler Moore and Valerie Bertinelli's former sitcom mom Bonnie Franklin fill big guest slots. And, according to executive producer Todd Milliner, the parade of bold-faced names won't end there. "We've got a lot of people who want to come in and play with these guys," says Milliner.
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...
Ever look at the dopey situations and lousy dialogue on TV sitcoms and think, "I could write funnier than this crap"? Well, now's your chance, buddy. Bravo just picked up the talent-search series Situation: Comedy, created by Will & Grace star Sean Hayes and his college pal, Todd Milliner. "It's to find the next sitcom," Hayes recently told reporters at the TCA press tour in L.A. "It's kind of like a Project Greenlight for television."
The show's expected to bow this fall; hopeful scribes can apply through Sept. 18 via Bravo's website. "We're going to shoot two sitcom pilots," Hayes explained, "and have America decide which one they want to see go to series. But it could hit or not. I mean, who knows! It's just fun trying."
Besides Situation: Comedy, Hayes has also shot another Bravo pilot called Underexposed, about wannabe filmmakers. (That on