Royal Pains' Hank and Evan Lawson are about to get some competition in the brotherly love department.
That '70s Show alum Danny Masterson is set to guest-star on the USA series as the brother of returning guest...
AMC is expanding into comedy. The cable network behind hit dramas Breaking Bad and Mad Men announced Wednesday that it has ordered its first comedy pilot called We Hate Paul Revere.
AMC renews Comic Book Men, develops two more Kevin Smith shows
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Jim Gaffigan may soon be returning to TV.
CBS has ordered a comedy pilot for an untitled project from the My Boys alum, TVGuide.com has learned. The single-camera comedy would star...
Question: Now that Happy Endings and Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 have been banished to Sundays nights to wither away, isn't this a lesson we all saw coming by piling on sitcoms against each other on Tuesdays? I can potentially see ABC saving Happy Endings to prolong its syndication opportunities, but both shows were buried without much support (premiering in late October) and ABC seems to have gone down the Cougar Town route again. Apart from protected golden child Modern Family and reliable The Middle, ABC has a poor record of keeping their sitcoms on the air over the last several years, and now we have two more to add to the long list here. It's only a matter of time before Suburgatory enjoys a similar fate. Throwing them opposite hot thing New Girl and a Matthew Perry vehicle Go On seemed foolish on ABC's part.
Comedian Jim Gaffigan is developing a new pilot for CBS based loosely on his life, Deadline reports.