That wacky grade-school quartet of South Park will be stirring up trouble for at least three more seasons. MMM-kay?
Trey Parker and Matt Stone have reached a new deal to continue cable's longest-running animated series, Comedy Central announced Wednesday.
And you thought Tessa might never find anything to like about the suburbs. Turns out wealthy neighbors with connections aren't such a bad thing to have around when you're the birthday girl.
In TVGuide.com's exclusive sneak peek at this week's Suburgatory, Dallas (Cheryl Hines) learns that Tessa's (Jane Levy) 16th birthday party plans include two buddies, pizza, a movie... and that's just not how things are done in Chatswick.
Wilmer Valderrama is coming to Suburgatory to provide Chatswin's soccer moms with some spiritual -- and sexual -- healing.
The 31-year-old actor has signed to guest-star on the ABC comedy as Yoni, the town's answer to both the Dalai Lama and Richard Gere, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
"He is highly spiritual, with a great head of hair.
Parks and Recreation
Turns out Ron Swanson does like to give back to the community.
In Thursday's new episode of Parks and Recreation, we'll meet Ron Swanson, troop leader of the Pawnee Rangers, as he gets his boys ready for Wilderness Weekend:
Even though Will Arnett stars in one NBC comedy and will take part in the recently announced Arrested Development reunion, that's not stopping him from setting his sights on taking down Jack Donaghy.
Arnett will return to 30 Rock as gay shark and Jack's nemesis, Devon Banks, TVGuide.com has learned.
Cheryl Hines, Suburgatory
As Suburgatory's Dallas, Cheryl Hines is a big-haired, energy drink-chugging, slang-slinging suburban mom straight out of Bravo's Real Housewives. She just wants the best for her daughter, Dalia, and so she buys her too-short shorts and even tighter tops, all of which stuns city girl Tessa, their new neighbor who, with her single dad, George, just moved into town from Manhattan. It's through Tessa's horrified eyes — and uber snarky narration — that viewers are introduced to a version of suburbia ripe for the mocking, where pastel sweatsuits and frozen lattes are still the uniform and meal of choice for moms and every girl in high school is recovering from a nose job.
In the first episode of the ABC comedy (premiering Wednesday at 8:30/7:30c), Dallas offers to help ease Tessa (Jane Levy) into her new life by taking her to the mall where Dallas can help her out of her "lesbian boots" and into "a nice heterosexual dress shoe."
We know. With hundreds of numbers to choose from, the only appropriate reaction to such a list is: Only 10 best performances? Are there such things as "worst" Glee performances?
Our omissions are even more stunning, but know they were mighty tough calls. "Somebody to Love" or "Keep Holding On"? There's only room for one power pop ballad that moves you to tears. Kurt, we salute your inspired "Single Ladies" moves, but that song wasn't so much sung as it was danced to. "Proud Mary" was so good, but in terms of jaw-dropping performances from Artie, we had to go with another.
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What did make the list?