NBC is reportedly in talks with Alec Baldwin to join the late-night lineup, according to The New York Times.
The network is...
Melissa McCarthy and Ellen DeGeneres
This week, Google celebrated April Fool's Day by promoting "Google Nose," while Ellen DeGeneres put together a highlight reel of her best pranks. Tracy Morgan and Jimmy Fallon recited some interesting fun "facts," and a young comedian parodied Taylor Swift in a sad-but-true song about leaving your 20s behind. Plus: Should someone start a Kickstarter campaign for a Family Matters movie? Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Jack McBrayer, Patricia Heaton
As if three crazy kids weren't enough for The Middle's harried mom, Frankie Heck (Patricia Heaton). The recently anointed dental assistant will gain another immature charge on the April 10 episode of the ABC comedy: her new boss, Ted Goodwin, DDS, played by 30 Rock alum Jack McBrayer.
Mandy Moore may find her way to TV this fall after all.
Moore, who was previously attached to ABC's Pulling, has landed the leading role opposite Benjamin McKenzie in CBS' The Advocates, TVGuide.com has learned.
In the drama pilot...
Kristen Schaal, Mandy Moore (inset)
Kristen Schaal has replaced Mandy Moore in ABC's comedy pilot Pulling, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
What's Tina Fey's philosophy when it comes to encouraging her daughters to pursue their career goals? "So far it seems to be about me holding them back," the 30 Rock star tells People.
We know Tina Fey won't be hosting the Oscars anytime soon — but that doesn't mean she won't be watching them at home.
For this year's broadcast, Fey "had a sweatpants-mandatory Oscars party," she told David Letterman during an appearance on The Late Show Wednesday.
30 Rock's Jack McBrayer is about to get stuck in The Middle.
McBrayer has booked a guest arc as a dentist who hires Frankie (Patricia Heaton) to come work for him as a hygienist, TVLine reports.
We bet Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) will be pleased with this news.
Gary Cole will reprise his role as...
As someone who's been very vocal about my nuanced dislike for Girls, it both shocks and pains me to say this, but I like — no, I love — the second season of the divisive HBO comedy. Well, at least the four episodes I've seen so far. There's always a chance the series will nosedive starting in Episode 5, but as of now, the show has completely reinvented itself in my mind. And for all you other Girls haters out there, let me explain why I firmly advocate that you give the show another chance.