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.
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The show first demonstrated that in the Season 1 finale when Tom Everett Scott's Russell was gunned down by his neighbor. Russell ultimately survived, but in Tuesday's episode...
Some 26.1 million people watched President Barack Obama's prime-time State of the Union address, as the big four broadcast networks each devoted at least 90 minutes to their coverage.
Ashton Kutcher, Scout Willis
Ashton Kutcher and 19-year-old stepdaughter Scout Willis have released a duet on YouTube — about coffee.
In the video for "My Sober," Kutcher, 32, plays guitar and provides backup vocals, while Willis — Demi Moore and Bruce Willis' second daughter — croons what they describe as a "little song about a loved one."
The most impressive part? They said they wrote it shortly before filming the video.
Watch the video and weigh in after the jump.
Ryan Eggold and Lori Loughlin
90210 is losing the adults: Ryan Eggold and Lori Loughlin will not return next season, TVLine.com reports.
The actors' contracts were not renewed because there will be less emphasis on teachers and parents in the fourth season, as most of the group will start college, according to the site.
Charlie Louvin, half of the country act The Louvin Brothers that influenced generations of musicians, died Wednesday morning from pancreatic cancer. He was 83.
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Being Erica may sound like a far-out sci-fi series — it's about a time-traveling therapy patient — but at its core, it's a story about a woman with regrets, who tries not to make the same mistakes again.
"It's confusing to people who haven't watched it," Erin Karpluk, who portrays Erica Strange, tells TVGuide.com. "It's not a science-fiction show, it's an hour-long comedy-drama and the time travel is a catalyst for Erica's growth and development."
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