The Exes are rebounding yet again.
TV Land has renewed the comedy, starring Donald Faison, Kristen Johnston and Wayne Knight, for a ...
Jason Alexander, Wayne Knight, Jerry Seinfeld
Seinfeld's Jerry and George reunited for one of the Super Bowl's best commercials — and there's more where that came from.
In the 90-second spot, Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld) meets up with George (Jason Alexander) for coffee at their favorite haunt, Tom's Restaurant. The two waste no time before they start bickering about nothing, and even Newman (Wayne Knight) stops by. The scene, however, is just a segment from Seinfeld's Crackle web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
In a statement to The New York Times, Seinfeld explained how the reunion happened.
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"Fox approached Larry [David] and me about doing some kind ofSeinfeld reunion for the halftime broadcast because of the New York connection," Seinfeld said. "So we thought throwing Jerry, George and Newman into a Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee was a fun way to do it. Larry and I wrote the script in one sitting, just like old times, and working with him, Jason and Wayne was a total blast, as it always was."
Lisa Ann Walter
Get ready to finally meet Haskell's ex!
Lisa Ann Walter has been tapped to play Haskell's talked-about, but never-before-seen ex-wife on The Exes, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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In the upcoming third season, Haskell's (Wayne Knight) ex-wife, Margo, gets...
TV Land has renewed The Exes for a second season, the network announced Thursday. The show will premiere in June alongside the Hot in Cleveland spin-off, tentatively titled Have Faith.
A few years ago, Mark Reisman tackled marriage on his short-lived NBC series In-Laws.
Comedy is very hot this TV season — thank ABC's best-of-class Wednesday comedies (all in repeats tonight), CBS' Monday blockbusters, NBC's cult faves and Fox's giddy New Girl — but two lousy new sitcom arrivals buck the trend, leaving a sour aftertaste.
Normally I'd celebrate at any circumstance that shrinks The X Factor to 90 minutes, but in this case, it opens the door for Fox's unpleasant I Hate My Teenage Daughter (9:30/8:30c), which traps two gifted comedians — My Name Is Earl's Emmy-winning spitfire Jaime Pressly and two-time Tony-winning scene-stealer Katie Finneran — in no-win roles as shrill moms who used to be ugly ducklings and are now cowed by their bratty offspring (forgettably rendered by Aisha Dee and Kristi Lauren), who are turning out to be the sort of spoiled mean girls who tormented the moms back when they were in high school.
TV Land has ordered two new sitcoms headlined by Fran Drescher and Scrubs alum Donald Faison.
In addition, the network has renewed ...
Bonnie Franklin, Melanie Griffith
Looks like Betty White and Mary Tyler Moore aren't the only duo reuniting during Hot in Cleveland's second season.
Seinfeld star Wayne Knight has been tapped to guest-star on an episode of The Whole Truth, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Knight, 55, best known for playing Jerry Seinfeld's nemesis, will play...
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Brothers & Sisters Emmy winner Sally Field is attached to play Honest Abe's wife, Mary Todd Lincoln, in Steven Spielberg's Liam Neeson-fronted biopic, says Reuters.... Newman! Seinfeld's Wayne Knight is in talks to play The Punisher's confidant and armorer, Microchip, in the big-screen adaptation of the Marvel Comics character.... Studio 60's Sarah Paulson has been cast as Dr. Ellen Dolan in Frank Miller's take on Will Eisner's The Spirit.