Olivia Munn is going from The Newsroom to New Girl.
The former Attack of the Show! host will pop up on the Fox comedy Tuesday as a new love interest for Nick (Jake Johnson). But fans of Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and Nick shouldn't worry: Even Munn wants to see New Girl's best dynamic duo end up together. Still, she has a job to do, which includes bringing out a side of Nick we haven't seen before. To find out what that entails, TVGuide.com turned to Munn to get the scoop:
As G4 finalizes plans for a channel makeover in 2013, the young male-skewing network will conclude the runs of its two signature series, Attack of the Show and X-Play. Both long-running shows will wrap up production at the end of this year.
Attack of the Show and X-Play will continue to roll out new episodes through December...
Community creator Dan Harmon gave a self-deprecating interview to G4's Attack of the Show that was almost as funny as the much-beloved NBC comedy he was fired from.
"If 20 people call you a horse's ass, you buy a saddle," Harmon joked with G4 interviewer Marc Maron about his exit from the series.
In recent years there have been rumblings about a slight decrease in participation from movie studios at Comic-Con. But throw a stick (or graphic novel) pretty much anywhere in the San Diego Convention Center this week, and you'll likely connect with some sort of TV show presentation. If you're one of the 125,000 attendees, expect a slew of panels for returning genre hits (Falling Skies, Supernatural, Grimm, Game of Thrones, Teen Wolf, The Walking Dead, Warehouse 13, etc.);
Although Johnny Knoxville spoke at Ryan Dunn's memorial Wednesday, he says he couldn't convey what his co-star, and friend, meant to him.
"What came out were the mumblings of a man trying his best not to cry," Knoxville wrote on his blog Sunday. "I also didn't get to properly convey what Ryan meant to me. I won't be able to do that here either, but I will try. Here is what I wished I could have told everyone then."