He's the man you want on your side, especially if you're a serial killer. Greg Kinnear stars in the new Fox legal dramedy Rake as Keegan Deane, a Los Angeles criminal defense attorney so bad at life that he lives in a dump above a Chinese restaurant and has to beg for a ride to work. Keegan is being hounded by the IRS and is frequently roughed up by his bookie, but thanks to his humor, smarts and naughty-boy twinkle, he's a superstar before the jury. And, really, who...
Modern Family is going into business with Greg Kinnear, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The Oscar-nominated actor, 48, will guest-star in an upcoming episode as Phil's new business, Tad. Phil (Ty Burrell) is extremely impressed by...
Aisha Tyler will join CBS' The Talk as co-host, Deadline reports.
Tyler, 41. begins her new gig on Monday and will sit alongside co-hosts Sara Gilbert, Julie Chen, Sheryl Underwood and Sharon Osbourne. She and Underwood replace Leah Remini and Holly Robinson Peete who exited the show in August.
Well its been a while but now that all the poster boards have long been collecting dust a new episode of Earl has finally been unleashed and it did not disappoint After NBC President and CEO Jeff Zucker got the ball rolling with a quick recap and a good-natured joke or two about the writers strike we were back in Camden County Earl and Billie were of course right where we left them unconscious in the street As Randy commandeers an ambulance in order to rush him to the hospital Earl dreams of starring in a sitcom since TV has always been a source of solace This was an excellent way to kick off Earls return I think the onscreen dichotomy between the actual episode and a farcical send-up of classic TV really drove the point home that these writers are right on the cutting edge Also it was in this imagined show that the big buzz surrounding tonights installment played out Paris Hilton fresh off of her latest box office flop The Hottie and the Nottie