It's not The Bob Newhart Show, but close: Conan O'Brien is looking to bring Bob's New Heart Show to television.
Following his dark turn this past season on Dexter, Colin Hanks' next TV role is decidedly more upbeat!
The 34-year-old actor will play himself on an upcoming episode of Happy Endings, Entertainment Weekly reports.
First look: Happy Endings gets romantic for Valentine's Day
Hanks befriends Dave (Zachary Knighton) when Dave's steak food truck becomes a...
Colin Hanks has signed on for a multi-episode arc on the upcoming sixth season of Dexter, TVLine reports.
Although no details about the role have been revealed, it's likely Hanks could be the latest adversary to Michael C. Hall's titular serial killer.
Hanks, 33, is the son of actor Tom Hanks, and most recently starred in the canceled Fox series The Good Guys. He also recurred as a priest during the second season of Mad Men.
Chris Klein has signed on for a multi-episode arc on FX's upcoming comedy, Wilfred, TVLine reports.
The series stars Elijah Wood (in his first series role) as Ryan, an introverted guy trying to find happiness. Ryan finds a friend in...
The broadcast networks are at work on their new fall shows, which means some of your favorites will be moving on. Here are the series facing an uncertain future.
The network wants to bring back Desperate Housewives but still has to make deals with the show's stars. "Everyone is hopeful and optimistic that we'll be returning for an eighth season," executive producer Marc Cherry tells TV Guide Magazine. "But until the women have signed on, there's no guarantee." ABC needs Housewives for at least another year to launch something new in the slot that follows it, especially if ...
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Colin Hanks and wife Samantha Bryant welcomed a baby girl Tuesday, People reports.
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Olivia Jane Hanks was born on Feb. 1 in Los Angeles. This is the couple's first child and the first grandchild for...
Chandra West, RonReaco Lee, Kiele Sanchez and John Diehl have joined the Burn Notice prequel TV movie, USA confirms.
Jeffrey Donovan to direct Burn Notice's Sam Axe prequel
Directed by Jeffrey Donovan, who plays Michael Westen on the spy series, the movie follows Sam Axe (Bruce Campbell) on his last mission in the military in 2005: He is sent to Colombia after rebels make trouble for the locally stationed troops.
West (The Gates) will play Sam's new ...
Being Death can be a killer, as Dean discovers when Death persuades him to take his place for 24 hours. Dean agrees to be the Grim Reaper in exchange for Death's help to get Sam's soul back. But, wouldn't you know it, Sam decides he doesn't want his soul back and asks Balthazar for a protective spell to keep his soul out of his body. There's just one hitch. Sam needs blood from his father for the spell to work. Of course, Sam's dad is dead. What to do? Sam decides Bobby is the next best thing. — Tim Holland
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The Good Guys - Colin Hanks, Bradley Whitford
The Good Guys (Friday, 9/8c, Fox)
Not a great week for quirky crime-fighters. First FX gives the wonderful Terriers the boot, and now we come to the end of the line for Fox's genial but low-rated buddy-cop spoof. We will miss Bradley Whitford as gone-to-seed Dallas detective Don Stack, especially his bushy 'stache. The final episode brings back Gary Cole as Stark's legendary former partner, Frank Savage, and we also meet the ex-partner of Stark's sidekick Jack Bailey (Colin Hanks). Jack's former partner, played by American Pie's Chris Klein, has done well, now the assistant chief of the department, called in when a Mafia informant is murdered and a dirty cop is suspected. Surely not...
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Questions: A couple of questions on NBC's Monday night lineup. First, what has your opinion been on Chuck this year? I never thought I would say this, but I find myself wishing they had tied up everything last year, when I thought Chuck was at an all-time high in quality. This season has seemed extremely uneven and uninspired to me, with the usually unbearable Buy More plotlines made even worse by the fact that there isn't a whole lot going on in the A-plot week to week either. Your thoughts?
Secondly, I have been enjoying The Event a great deal, but find myself not caring at all whenever the scene shifts to Sean and Leila. Everything they are involved in just seems so small and trite compared to the big conspiracy storyline, and I also don't find myself impressed by those actors' performances. I understand that since Lost and the brilliant work that show did with its characters, all of these high-concept shows have tried to incorporate the everyday hero to resonate with viewers, but the difference there (other than character portrayal) is that those heroes were thrust into the meat of the plot, rather than being relegated to the side plots we have seen in The Event. I just find myself thinking ...