Comedian Dane Cook is taking on his first series regular role on TV.
Cook, whose TV guest-starring credits include Hawaii Five-0, Louie and Crank Yankers, will star in NBC's Next Caller Please pilot.
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Charlie Sheen, Russell Brand
Charlie Sheen's return to television is imminent — his sitcom, Anger Management, will premiere at 9/8c on Thursday, June 28, FX announced Tuesday. Adding to the excitement/craziness, comedian Russell Brand's talk show, Strangely Uplifting, will debut the same night at 11/10c.
CBS is getting in business with Louis C.K.
The network has ordered an untitled comedy pilot written and executive-produced by the Louie star and Spike Feresten. The project centers on...
Larry David, Julianna Margulies
Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Good Wife and Game of Thrones were among the honorees on the American Film Institute's lists of top 10 TV shows of 2011.
Besides The Good Wife and Game of Thrones, other first-time AFI selections included Homeland, Justified, Louie and...
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?
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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: