From singer to reality judge to sitcom star? That looks like the plan for Cee Lo Green. The Voice judge is in final negotiations to develop his own scripted comedy with NBC, Deadline reports.
Green would star and executive-produce the series, inspired by his relationship with his ex-wife and kids. No word if Purrfect the Cat would also appear.
Hulu is expanding its slate of original programming with new series from Saturday Night Live's Seth Meyers and Adrian Grenier, the online video site announced during its upfront presentations Thursday.
Supernatural is by no means over; One Tree Hill still is.
"It is not intended to be the last season" of Supernatural, Pedowitz told reporters Thursday at the network's fall TV preview. That said, "we'll see where the ratings go."
He added that CW executives want the show — which, he said, is "no longer about the demon of the week but the love of two brothers" — to continue beyond Season 7.
Greg Grunberg will star in A&E's pilot Big Mike, TVLine.com reports.
The Heroes actor will play a plus-sized detective detective with the San Diego Police Department. Although he's the best in his work field, his biggest challenge is the dating field.
Grunberg was originally cast in NBC's Love Bites but no premiere date for the show has been set.
CW Entertainment President Dawn Ostroff is expected to step down at the end of the current TV season, Deadline reports.
According to the site, Ostroff plans to leave at the end of her contract in June in order to...