Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks and her writer-producer/husband Max Handelman have sold a comedy series to Fox.
Jillian Rose Reed, Ashley Rickards and Jessica Lu
Get ready for more Awkward times!
MTV has renewed freshman comedy Awkward for a 12-episode second season in 2012, the network announced Monday.
MTV cancels The hard Times of RJ Berger
The Hard Times of RJ Berger
MTV has canceled sophomore comedy The Hard Times of RJ Berger, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The series, which starred Paul Iacono as a very unpopular, but very well-endowed high school student, debuted its second season to 3.1 million viewers, but dropped to...
In an ultimate, meta-geektastic TV homage, Weezer is coming to Pinkerton!
Rivers Cuomo and the rest of the hit band are guest-starring in Monday's episode of The Hard Times of RJ Berger. In order to impress Amy (Caitlyn Crosby), RJ (Paul Iacono) ventures to the wrong side of the tracks to...
MTV's The Hard Times of RJ Berger revolves around awkward moments; luckily, its star thrives on them.
"I've made a career [out of awkward moments] at this point," Paul Iacono tells TVGuide.com.
See photos from Hard Times of RJ Berger
Matt Passmore, The Glades
Send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and follow me on Twitter!
Question: I am a long-time follower of your columns and reviews, and I just want to thank you for all the great series you have steered me toward over the years. The latest is Breaking Bad, which I never would have gone near if not for your raves. What an amazing show. Now I'm wondering if you have been watching The Glades and what you think of its development. Being from South Florida, I am always curious about shows located there. Most shows don't get the feel of the place (we won't even speak of that CSI show), but this one seems to be doing it right so far. And talk about someone coming out of left field: Where did this amazing guy Matt Passmore come from? Because I know he is Australian, I'll forgive his lack of a Chicago accent, but he has developed such an interesting and believable character (thank you also, writers) and is such a charismatic lead. After Lost, I never thought I could appreciate Kiele Sanchez in anything, but I am enjoying her performance as well. Thanks again for all the enjoyable hours of TV and please keep writing your columns! — Susan
Matt Roush: Well, thanks for that encouraging feedback. With The Glades, I'll fess up that I haven't seen every episode...