Parks and Recreation will be hosting an Everwood reunion when series alum Debra Mooney comes to Pawnee.
Marcia Wallace, who voiced Edna Krabapple on The Simpsons, has died, TMZreports. She was 70.
Although Wallace's close friend Cathryn Michon told Deadline that Wallace passed away because of complications from breast cancer — which she was diagnosed with in 1985 — her son Mikey told TMZ that her death was due tocomplications from pneumonia.
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In addition to The Simpsons, Wallace starred on The Bob Newhart Show as the receptionist Carol...
Gary David Goldberg, the creator of the classic sitcom Family Ties, has died, according to Variety. He was 68.
Goldberg died in Montecito, Calif. after a battle with brain cancer.
Born in Brooklyn, Goldberg began his television writing career in the '70s working on qsuch shows as The Bob Newhart Show, The Last Resort and Lou Grant, the latter of which earned him his first Emmy.
If it's hard for you to believe that legendary TV funnyman Bob Newhart has never won an Emmy, don't worry: NCIS executive producer Gary Glasberg says he has trouble wrapping his head around that, too.
On the set: NCIS welcomes Bob Newhart
But Glasberg hopes that will soon change. Newhart, best known for his eponymous sitcoms The Bob Newhart Show and Newhart, guest-starred on NCIS last season as Dr. Walter Magnus, a former NCIS medical examiner who trained David McCallum's Ducky. "We came up with a list of actors that we thought that would be perfect for it," Glasberg says...
Shooting a scene in the autopsy lab on the NCIS set, Bob Newhart looks a bit absentminded, and an interloper might not know whether to chuckle. The TV legend is playing Dr. Walter Magnus, who preceded Ducky (David McCallum) as the unit's medical examiner. Looking over a corpse with Gibbs (Mark Harmon), Ducky suggests their old colleague add his forensic two cents. "Walter, why don't you jump into some scrubs? ...Walter?"
Newhart's hesitancy in responding isn't far off from the trademark stammer he made into a science on two of TV's most beloved sitcoms, The Bob Newhart Show (1972-78) and Newhart (1982-90). Since NCIS is a drama in touch with its lighter side, you might guess the visiting icon was cast in "Recruited" to capitalize on his levity. Not so. The former doc...