Nostalgia is all the rage these days, so it comes as no surprise that Bill Cosby is hoping to return to prime time.
The comedian told Yahoo TV that he's re-teamed with one of The Cosby Show producers Tom Werner to develop a family comedy that "would [satisfy] the people who have come to me in public places and said, 'Can't you put something on that I can watch?'"
Charlie Sheen may think that he's winning, but Brett Butler knows he's fighting a losing battle.
It was 13 years ago that ABC and producers Carsey-Werner opted to pull the plug on Butler's hit sitcom, Grace Under Fire, after deciding that her addiction to painkillers left her in no condition to continue working. Now living on a farm in Georgia and celebrating 12 years of sobriety, Butler says she's still aghast at the events that led to her show's...
Laura Prepon has landed the lead in Chelsea Handler's NBC comedy pilot Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea, TV Line reports.
Check out photos of Laura Prepon
Based on Handler's best-selling book of the same name and inspired by her life, the project follows a group of twentysomethings living and working together. Prepon will play Chelsea Hanson, a single and opinionated cocktail ...
NBC ordered four new comedy pilots Wednesday, including projects from Chelsea Handler and Whitney Cummings.
Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea is based on Handler's best-selling book of the same name. Inspired by the life of the E! late-night host, the comedy follows a group of twentysomethings — led by an outspoken young woman — living and working together. Handler will serve as an executive producer along with Tom Werner, Mike Clements (Life and Times of Tim) and Tom Brunelle. Julie Larson (Rent) and Dottie Dartland Zicklin (Dharma & Greg) wrote the pilot.