Michael J. Fox will return to TV this fall with a semi-autobiographical comedy on NBC — 31 years after Family Ties premiered on the network and made him a teen heartthrob. And, yes, times have definitely changed.
Do we smell wedding bells after all for Taylor Swift and Sam Fox? Not quite, but Michael J. Fox did apologize to the singer for comments he made about her earlier in the week.
After Tina Fey jokingly told Swift to stay away from the younger Fox at Sunday's Golden Globes, the Family Ties alum said he wouldn't even know who she was if...
Michael J. Fox does not want his son Sam to be Taylor Swift's next target.
On Sunday's Golden Globes, co-host Tina Fey cautioned the serial dater to stay away from Sam, who was Mr. Golden Globe. "She needs some time to learn about herself," Fey quipped.
Vulture later caught up with the Family Ties alum who said ...
Hulu will begin streaming archival content from CBS in January, the two companies announced Monday.
As part of the arrangement, Hulu Plus subscribers will have access to more than 2,600 shows from the network's library for the first time, Additional titles will be announced later, but for now the shows that will be available are Frasier, Family Ties, MacGyver, Medium, Numb3rs, CSI: Miami, Star Trek, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, Twin Peaks, The Tudors, The Twilight Zone and I Love Lucy, according to Hulu. As of now, no current scripted shows will be available.
Twelve years ago, Michael J. Fox left ABC's Spin City in order to focus on his fight with Parkinson's disease. At the time, the actor stressed that he was not "retiring," but just looking to "relieve the strain of producing and performing a weekly network series."
Now it's back to the future for the sitcom king, who once again feels up to the task — and is returning to TV in a big way. NBC, where Fox became a superstar in the 1980s as young conservative icon Alex P. Keaton on Family Ties, has given a rare 22-episode guarantee (before a lick of film is even shot) to a new sitcom based on Fox's life.