Adam Goldberg is checking into Animal Practice.
Goldberg will play a version of himself on the NBC comedy, as the star of a fictional legal drama to which Angela (Betsy Sodaro) and monkey physician Dr. Rizzo are addicted, TVLine reports.
Go On was one of the first three new shows to earn a full-season pickup this fall, and its success comes as big of a surprise to the cast and crew as it may anyone else.
"Nobody knew whether it was going to work," Matthew Perry told reporters on a conference call. "Nobody knew, really, whether people were going to laugh at these sad situations."
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The show's premise reads more like a drama than a comedy: Sportscaster Ryan King (Perry) attends group therapy to deal with his wife's death. But Perry believes the series — or more specifically, creator/executive producer Scott Silveri, with whom he worked on Friends — has managed to find ...
Patrick Dempsey, Ed Westwick, Josh Bowman
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Got any Grey's Anatomy scoop on Derek? — Jacob
NATALIE: Now that he's unable to operate, Derek will turn to teaching the interns. "Derek has to try and find his peace with that," Kevin McKidd tells us. "He doesn't get to cut anymore, but he gets to be this amazing teacher. Owen helps him learn how to be a teacher again." Speaking of our favorite Seattle Grace docs, you saw this, right?
That Gossip Girl trailer is racy! Are B and Chuck really going to be hot and heavy like that all season? — Carrie
ADAM: Not exactly. After one torrid night in Monte Carlo, the two will...
Jake Johnson and Zooey Deschanel
In the eight years since Friends went off the air, there have been many couples on television that viewers have rooted for to fill the void left by Ross and Rachel, a classic will-they-or-won't-they couple that eventually made good on their undeniable chemistry. So it comes as no surprise that New Girl's Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and Nick (Jake Johnson) have become the focus of yet another hardcore fandom desperately hoping their favorite duo will finally take the plunge.
New Girl Creator Liz Meriwether: Jess goes "off the grid" in Season 2
Many shows have suffered from crossing that line, though, with the Moonlighting curse becoming a turn of phrase in the TV lexicon. The sizzling sexual chemistry between Moonlighting leads Maddie and David (Cybill Shepherd, Bruce Willis) initially boosted ratings, but after the characters hooked up in Season 3, the show began to falter and viewership began to plummet. Fearful of a similar fallout, showrunners have thrown obstacles in the way of TV couples lest the passion and banter die once they come together. But creator Liz Meriwether says New Girl is about much more than that.
"I don't think the show is built on the will-they-or-won't-they aspect of their relationship," Meriwether tells TVGuide.com. "I think that we can...
Paget Brewster knows her guest-starring gig on Law & Order: SVU might be met with a few raised eyebrows from Criminal Minds fans.
She just doesn't care.
"Yeah, people do think it's similar and that's OK. I'm 43 now. I've reached the point where I really can't care what anyone thinks," Brewster tells TVGuide.com. "Of course, I do. I'm an actress. I'm totally insecure, but I'm trying to stick to my guns about what is important to me and it doesn't matter what anyone thinks I should or shouldn't do...
The rumors are true! Jennifer Aniston is not only pregnant — she's already a mom twice over! At least in a new video for Smartwater.
In the promo, which includes cameos from Ryan Seacrest, Jimmy Kimmel and even a baby alien, Aniston pokes fun at the gossip surrounding her.
Best moment of the clip: The Friends star finishes her nightly routine with her mantra, "Good night, Rachel," before taking off her "wig" to reveal her brown, curly hair.
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Question: So you know that Glee is moving to Thursdays at 9/8c, though I haven't the slightest clue why. Anyways, it is going up against my all-time favorite, Grey's Anatomy. Yeah, I know half of TV viewers say the show has run its course, blah blah blah. But I just can't shake it, and I'm just too invested to stop now. My question, actually it's not even a question of Grey's ...
Matt LeBlanc's Showtime comedy Episodes has been renewed for a nine-episode third season, the cable network announced Thursday.
Episodes stars LeBlanc as a fictionalized version of himself, a role which earned him his first Golden Globe and Emmy nods since Friends. Joining LeBlanc again will be Stephen Mangan and Tasmin Greig as Sean and Beverly Lincoln, the creators of a hit British show that is remade as a starring vehicle for LeBlanc in the U.S.
New Rachel! New glee clubbers! New York! There are plenty of shiny, new things to focus on in the Season 4 premiere of Glee, airing Thursday, Sept. 13 at 9/8c on Fox. TVGuide.com got an early glimpse at the episode and dug hard to find the eight biggest spoilers :
1. A breakup! After the graduation of eight seniors...
Casey Wilson, Megan Mullally
Happy Endings is almost back! (And when we say almost, we mean ABC won't be bringing the cult hit comedy back until October! Groan.)
To pass the time until our favorite sextet is on the air again, we thought we'd help the writers of Happy Endings by offering up a few wacky, yet totally plausible, situations that the group could find themselves in this season.
Happy Endings Scoop: What will happen to the Penny-Dave-Alex love triangle?
1. Megan Mullally returns! The Will & Grace alum has made the rounds on TV over the last few years, but her turn as Penny's mother on Happy was particularly hilarious. Case in point: Penny (Casey Wilson) and Dana warmed our hearts by singing out their angry thoughts. This time around...