Executive producer/director Barry Sonnenfeld has some Man-ly pursuits in mind for CBS, or more like Man-ly rules.
The Emmy winner, in conjunction with Tannenbaum Co. and Sony Pictures TV, is developing a comedy series for the Eye called Things a Man Should Never Do Past 30, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
Shot single-camera style, the show will ...
Seth Rogen really loves porno.
The Knocked Up and Zack and Miri Make a Porno star is teaming with production partner Evan Goldberg to develop a new comedy for Showtime about three twentysomethings who learn life's lessons while running a pornography shop, Variety reports.
Rogen and Goldberg will ...
Dylan McDermott has landed the lead in The Line, TNT's new drama pilot from Jerry Bruckheimer.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the series focuses on a squad of undercover LAPD officers who do their job while battling the allure of easy, dirty money. McDermott, who won an Emmy for his work as Bobby Donnell on The Practice, will play ...
She who "played doctor" with not one but two brothers on ABC's Brothers & Sisters now will get to play an actual doctor.
TVGuide.com has learned exclusively that Emily Rose has landed the lead role in the new USA Network series Operating Instructions.
Details on Rose's role and USA's new "character"-driven series after the jump.
TNT has a way with female movie stars.
The network's latest big-screen recruit is Bridget Moynahan (I, Robot, The Sum of All Fears), who will be joining Donnie Wahlberg in Jerry Bruckheimer's drama pilot Bunker Hill, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Tom Brady's ex and baby momma will play the widow of a police officer and sister-in-law to Wahlberg's Mike Moriarty, a Boston cop who is working to protect the streets he grew up on from crime and corruption ...
Fox is brining Arrested Development star Will Arnett back to its network.
Arnett has inked a lucrative development deal, which will give the funnyman and frequent 30 Rock guest star a few extra perks. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the deal, promises Arnett complete creative control over choosing the writers, producers and directors he wants to work with, as well as the content of the show that will be developed for him.
See who Arnett would like to work with on his new show after the jump.
David E. Kelley
NBC is looking for a little old blood to help give them a boost.
The Peacock beat out CBS in a bidding war for David E. Kelley's new legal dramedy and has already given the project series commitment, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Kelley, the Emmy-winning creator of The Practice, Ally McBeal, and current ABC hit Boston Legal, worked for NBC more than 20 years ago on L.A. Law.
Get the details on the new show after the jump.
One of TV's favorite Friends is coming back to the small screen.
According to Variety, Showtime has picked up the pilot The End of Steve, which stars Matthew Perry as an unhappy TV talk show host whose egomaniacal streak is tested when he's stuck working on a daytime show out of Rochester, N.Y. Despite his bitterness, who does try to find professional and personal happiness by ...
Jason Jones and Samantha Bee
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart has become quite the launching pad for comedy careers in Hollywood.
Following in the footsteps of former Daily Show correspondents Steve Carell, Rob Corddry and Steven Colbert, married couple Jason Jones and Samantha Bee have signed on to create and write a sitcom script for themselves at CBS, Variety reports.
Jones and Bee will also star in the untitled comedy, which follows a celebrity chef (Jones) and the two women who actually run the show (one of which Bee will play).
Get more details after the jump.