$#*! My Dad Says

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How Seth Meyers and TV Showrunners Are Using Twitter to Find New Writers

Seth Meyers, Mindy Kaling

Less than a year ago, Bryan Donaldson was working in IT at an Illinois insurance company. But as newly-minted late night star Seth Meyers began scouting writers to join his Late Night with Seth Meyers staff, Donaldson's Twitter feed, @TheNardvark, caught the comic's eye.

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Christopher Meloni on Surviving Jack's Tough Father Figure: "He's Not a Mean-Spirited Guy"

Surviving Jack

He may act like a tough dad and sound like a tough dad, but Surviving Jack star Christopher Meloni wants to make it very clear: his character's bark is far worse than his bite.

"Jack is never mean. He's not a mean-spirited guy," Meloni tells TVGuide.com of his new TV alter ego, husband and strict father of two Jack Dunlevy. "Everyone's antenna is ... read more

ABC Family Sets Pretty Little Liars' Return, Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth Comedy Premiere

Lucy Hale, Jenny Garth

Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth's new TV series Mystery Girls will premiere on ABC Family this June, the cable network announced on Monday.

The comedy, about two former detective TV show stars... read more

Chris Meloni on Returning to TV After SVU: "I Couldn't Do That Schedule Again"

Christopher Meloni, Connor Buckley

When it came to looking for his next TV project after logging 12 seasons on Law & Order: SVU, Christopher Meloni had one simple mandate.

"No grim circumstances for 22 one-hour episodes. I just couldn't do that schedule again. So I could be grim for 13 episodes," Meloni told reporters Monday at Fox's Television Critics Association winter previews about his new show Surviving Jack. "Then this pilot plopped on my desk and... read more

NBC Developing Comedy Based on "F---! I'm in My Twenties" Tumblr

NBC Logo

First there was $#*! My Dad Says, and now F---! I'm in My Twenties might be coming to the small screen.

NBC is developing a half-hour comedy based on the latter, a popular Tumblr site run by 24-year-old college graduate Emma Koenig, Deadline reports.

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Fox Lands New Comedy From Bill Lawrence and Creator of $#*! My Dad Says

I Suck At Girls

Cougar Town creator Bill Lawrence is partnering with Justin Halpern — the writer who turned his Twitter feed into the short-lived CBS sitcom $#*! My Dad Says — to develop a new comedy at Fox.

The network has given a pilot production commitment to... read more

CBS Developing Draw Something Reality Pilot

Draw Something

CBS has picked up an unscripted pilot based on the popular Zynga game Draw Something, Deadline reports.

Ryan Seacrest and Michael Davies are producing the project. read more

Pilot Season: CBS Orders Martin Lawrence Comedy

Martin Lawrence

CBS has ordered a comedy pilot starring Martin Lawrence.

Written by Mike Lisbe and Nate Reger ($#*! My Dad Says), the untitled project will star Lawrence as a widowed father of two teens, who, after losing ...
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Exclusive: CSI: NY Books Lee Majors for Guest Spot

Lee Majors, Gary Sinise

CSI: NY is about to call on the Six Million Dollar Man for help.

Lee Majors, the veteran actor best known for his memorable role as Steve Austin on ABC's The Six Million Dollar Man, will guest-star on an upcoming episode of the CBS drama, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

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Majors will play Burton, a detective who worked a case in 1957 that soon went cold. When an alarmingly similar case pops up in present day, Mac ... read more

Rules of Engagement's Patrick Warburton: We've Never Gotten Any Support

Patrick Warburton

It wouldn't be a Rules of Engagement season without more bumps in the road.

Just when things were looking up for the sitcom — moving to Thursdays after being scheduled on Saturdays — it was dealt a blow this week: CBS will pull it off the schedule at midseason to make way for Rob Schneider's new comedy and has cut its episode order down to 15.

CBS replaces Rules with ¡ROB!; sets return date for Undercover Boss

The news is just another chapter in the topsy-turvy life of the show, which has been shuffled around the schedule since its midseason premiere in 2007, and it comes as no surprise to star Patrick Warburton.

"If they're going to pull one show for midseason, they're ...
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Premiered: September 23, 2010, on CBS
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Premise: Sitcom based on Justin Halpern's popular Twitter feed about guy in his 20s who moves back home with his perennially grumpy father.

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