Homeland, Breaking Bad, Boardwalk Empire and Modern Family topped the Writers Guild of America nominations Wednesday with three apiece.
Homeland, Breaking Bad and Boardwalk will duke it out for drama series honors with Game of Thrones and The Good Wife, the only network representative in the lineup. Homeland and Game of Thrones are also ...
Kathryn Hahn is a free agent no longer.
Less than two months after NBC axed her freshman comedy, Free Agents, Hahn has nabbed a recurring role on Parks and Recreation as a political operative, TVLine reports.
NBC cancels Free Agents
Hahn's character ...
Dane Cook has signed a development deal with NBC, Deadline reports.
Under the new deal, the 39-year-old comedian-actor, whose films include Good Luck Chuck, will star in a half-hour program slated for next fall. He'll also be a producer on the show.
Fasten your recliner belts. With Labor Day behind us, it's time for some heavy TV lifting as new seasons begin and summer seasons continue to wrap things up. TV Guide Magazine's Fall Preview issue is out this week, which means the "regular" TV season is just around the corner. But there's still plenty to watch right now. Here's a quick look at the highlights for the rest of the week in TV.
Will Steve Carell go Emmy-less for his work on The Office?
Emmys poll: Who's your pick to win comedy supporting actress?
The funnyman will have a sixth and final chance to take home TV's top hardware for lead comedy actor this year. But he'll ...
The summer TV season is winding down, but there's still plenty going on this week. A few annotated highlights:
The Dancing With the Stars Cast Reveal No, even this isn't enough to get me to suggest anyone actually tune into pap like ABC's Bachelor Pad. Between Twitter and the Internet (may I humbly suggest tvguide.com), you'll be covered, should you care to know just who it is we'll be gaping at and mocking (should they stumble) throughout the fall. The names have been flying fast and furious — my favorite in the rumor mill:
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Question: I have a question about the new season, or rather last season, of Rescue Me. Do you think that the "comedy" writing that they incorporate into the show seems to take away from critical acclaim that shows like The Shield and Justified get? The dramatic parts this year have really felt like they weren't even acting, specifically when Sheila finds Tommy snooping for the letter, and the job Maura Tierney did was spectacular. Granted, it seems more like therapy then acting. What do you think the show's legacy will be? — Glenn
Cheers to Louie for taking flight with a beautiful episode, "Duckling."
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I haven't counted myself among the cadre of TV critics who worship Louis C.K.'s FX comedy
With the Emmy Awards just weeks away, TV Academy voters are due to turn in their final ballots on August 26. Then it's on to the accountants, who will tabulate the results in time for the live Emmy telecast, hosted by Jane Lynch (September 18 on Fox). Here are a few ...
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Wilfred, Louie
Let's celebrate at Paddy's Pub! It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia will be around for two more seasons.
John Landgraf, FX's president and general manager, announced Saturday at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews that the network has renewed Sunny for two seasons, and also picked up Wilfred and Louie for another 13-episode season apiece.
It's Always Sunny's Glenn Howerton, wife expecting first child
"We actually have an option ...