Today anchor Matt Lauer will guest-star as himself on an upcoming episode of Royal Pains, USA announced Wednesday.
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HBO has given the green light to the D.C.-based comedy Veep starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Deadline reports.
Louis-Dreyfus plays a former senator who becomes vice president and quickly learns that the new gig is ...
The second annual Streamy Awards will honor the Web's biggest stars Sunday night, and you can watch the entire live broadcast right here.
The award show is dedicated to honoring the actors, directors, editors, producers, writers, and production talent behind some of the best original programming on the Internet. This year's nominees include Zach Galifianakis and his Funny or Die comedy series Between Two Ferns, Lisa Kudrow's Web Therapy, Tony Hale's CTRL, and Illeana Douglas' Easy to Assemble.
The ceremony will take place at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles and will be hosted by actor and comedian Paul Scheer.
Watch the full broadcast after the jump beginning at 8:30 ET/5:30 PT.
The Guild grabbed six Streamy nominations, while the crime drama series, The Bannen Way, led the awards with seven. Other notable nominees include Courteney Cox, Nathan Fillion, Tony Hale and The Hangover's Zach Galifianakis.
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Tony Hale, Matt Letscher
Things just got awkward for Chuck's Tony Hale and Eli Stone's Matt Letscher. The pair are set to co-star in ABC's new comedy pilot, Awkward Situations for Men, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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MICKEY: You can add Katey Sagal's name to the list of Lost alums who have jetted off to Hawaii to shoot scenes for the final season. Call me a romantic, but I never believed that Locke's beloved Helen was actually dead; that whole cemetery scene reeked of fakery. Plus, we've all heard the rumors about Season 6 employing an alternate timeline (or, more intriguing, a "do-over" of Oceanic Flight 815), which means that even if Matthew Abaddon was telling the truth, Helen is still just as likely to be alive as, say, Charlie, Boone, Shannon, Eko or Juliet.
Sylar crawled out of the ground on Monday's Heroes. Does that mean no more Nathan? — Justin
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Tyler Labine, Tony Hale
Tyler Labine has been tapped to star in Sons of Tucson, a Fox comedy pilot about a thirtysomething guy hired by three boys to pose as their pop while the real dad is in prison. Should Reaper get picked up for a third cycle, Labine would step down from this new gig.
In other Fox pilot castings, Tony Hale ...
Fox is going with a familiar face and a not-so-familiar one for its new comedy series, Boldly Going Nowhere.
Arrested Development vet Tony Hale and newbie ...
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Arrested Development alum Tony Hale has scored a recurring role on NBC's Chuck, in which he'll be laying down the law, so to speak.Per the Reporter, Hale will arrive at Chuck's store, Buy More, as a corporate efficiency expert who steps in as the new assistant manager. Once he sees how poorly things are run at the store, he decides to stay on for a while and will no doubt wreak a little havoc in the meantime.Plus, Hale's also joining ABC's Samantha Who? as the leading lady's new doctor a tidbit that Ausiello explains in his Tuesday vodcast. Anna DimondUse our Online Video Guide to recall the good times on Arrested Development.Related: Guess Who? Christina Applegate and Jean Smart!
Here we are, nine hours later, and Guy Halverson sprinting down the fairway, a hoagie bursting with "three kinds of ham" in his grasp, still haunts my noggin. What made the recurring image so damn funny, though, isn't its subject matter large man plus flailing sandwich plus slow motion but Andy Richter's expression of disbelief each time he went into and out of the flashback. "Ah, yes [his mistress was] jealous.... Ya think?" The theme song for Guy's last gallop didn't hurt either.And that, folks, brings us to a discussion of Week 2 (of 6) of NBC's Andy Barker, P.I.. As I said before, what makes this show sing is the casting. Clea Lewis is the supportive wife every guy wants (and, in this case, wants Guy). And Tony Hale opposite Nicole Randall Johnson shows seriously funny promise. I love how Nicole (as Nicole the self-hired assistant) "switches on" that perky, entirely false demeanor en route to making the person she's talking to feel like a fool.Perhaps my only recur...