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Sullivan & Son’s Steve Byrne on Leaving Stand-Up, Cheers Comparisons and Oasis

Steve Byrne

Despite the fact that they work on the set of a (fake) bar, the cast of TBS' new comedy, Sullivan & Son know to keep things professional. But after closing time, all bets are off. Especially if Oasis' "Don't Look Back in Anger" comes on the jukebox.

"We did this DJ junket last weekend, and we all met at this restaurant. I asked the DJ to play it, and myself and the rest of the cast stood around this fountain and sang that song. [Co-star] Owen Benjamin ended up jumping into the fountain and splashing everybody," co-creator, executive producer and star Steve Byrne tells TVGuide.com. "That's when the booze was kicking in."

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Cougar Town Boss Bill Lawrence on the Season Finale, Moving to TBS and Killing Big Carl

Josh Hopkins, Courteney Cox

Our favorite wine-guzzling cul-de-sac crew is headed for some major changes on Cougar Town — and we're not just talking about the recent passing of Big Carl (R.I.P old friend!) Tuesday's hour-long season finale (8/7c on ABC) will see the gang migrate west to Napa for Jules (Courteney Cox) and Grayson's (Josh Hopkins) wedding. But will they actually tie the knot?

Behind the scenes, the episode marks the comedy's last hurrah on ABC before it moves to TBS for Season 4. The change also includes a new showrunner who will take over the day-to-day duties from co-creators and executive producers Bill Lawrence and Kevin Biegel. But fans should rest assured: Lawrence and Biegel aren't going anywhere. Lawrence talked with TVGuide.com about the wedding-themed season finale, the move to TBS, his involvement next season and why Big Carl had to go... read more

Cougar Town Hires New Showrunner

Ric Swartzlander

Gary Unmarried's Ric Swartzlander has been tapped as Cougar Town's new showrunner and executive producer, Deadline reports.

Swartzlander succeeds co-creators Bill Lawrence and Kevin Biegel, who confirmed last week ...
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TBS Developing Sitcoms with Conan O'Brien, Norm MacDonald Talk Show

Conan O'Brien

TBS announced five new series currently in development Wednesday, including two comedies executive-produced by Conan O'Brien, along with a Norm MacDonald talk show.
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Cougar Town Moving to TBS From ABC

Cougar Town

It's official: Cougar Town is moving to TBS.

Season 4 of the comedy will consist of 15 episodes and will premiere on the cable network in early 2013. TBS has also ...
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Would You Pay to Watch March Madness Online?

NCAA Men's Championship Game - Butler v UConn

College hoops fans, prepare to open your wallets if you want to see your favorite team try to make it to the final four.

Turner Sports and CBS Sports, which became partners in broadcasting March Madness last year, will start charging fans $3.99 to watch all 67 games on one website, Ad Week reports.

Find out when your favorite team is playing next!

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TBS Orders 35 More Episodes of Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse

Tyler Perry’s For Better or Worse

TBS has renewed its commitment to Tyler Perry's marital sitcom.

The network has ordered an additional 35 episodes of the comedy For Better or Worse, TBS announced Wednesday.

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TBS Orders Comedy Series From Vince Vaughn

Steve Byrne

TBS Orders Comedy Series Sullivan and Son From Vince Vaughn

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TBS has ordered the comedy series Sullivan and Son, the network announced Friday.

Produced by Vince Vaughn, the show takes place in a legendary Pittsburgh bar Sullivan & Son and stars comedian Steve Byrne, who will also serve as executive producer. Byrne plays Steve Sullivan, a corporate attorney from New York who brings his girlfriend ...
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SAG Top Moments: The Scorsese-est Drinking Game

Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy

Our roundup of the most memorable moments of the SAG awards:

1. Scorsese-est Drinking Game: In showing a highlight from their nominated film Bridesmaids, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy talk about devising a drinking game while making the movie. "You have to take a drink every time, and I mean every time, you hear the word Scorsese," says Rudolph. McCarthy adds: "You'd be surprised how often that comes up in casual conversation because people just like to throw that thing around." After describing the film, Wiig says: "Do you think that Scorsese saw our movie?" Then they proceed to throw the name around willy-nilly, with Rudolph mixing in "prosecco."

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