Steven Weber and D.L. Hughley have signed on to star in TNT's Allan Loeb pilot, according to Deadline.com.
The untitled project, based on The Rabbit Factory novel by Marshall Karp, follows two Los Angeles detectives. Weber, 49, will portray...
D.L. Hughley, Gina Gershon and Michael McKean are heading back to college as guest stars on TBS' Glory Daze, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Hughley (The Hughleys, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip) will play Coach Franklin, a man desperate to be a father, and McKean (Smallville, Best in Show) will play the quirky and passionate head of campus maintenance. Gershon (Rescue Me, Bound) plays a tough-as-nails military instructor determined to whip her students into fighting machines.
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The trio of guest stars follow Everybody Loves Raymond's Brad Garrett and Saturday Night Live's Cheri Oteri, who appear in the pilot.
Glory Daze is a 1980s-set college comedy that centers on four freshmen...
NBC has ordered a game show pilot hosted by actor-comedian D.L. Hughley, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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When last we spoke to D.L. Hughley, one of the Original Kings of Comedy, he was a "finalist" for the host's chair on The Late Late Show. He told TVGuide.com then that if the CBS gig didn't work out, he planned to somehow be in late night. Turns out, his plans came through: Tonight his new talk show, Weekends at the D.L., premieres on Comedy Central (airing Friday through Sunday at 11 pm/ET). The comedian, whose sitcom The Hughleys aired from 1999-2002, is now an unscripted man. Weekends features comedy sketches, musical acts and guests, and, in a format somewhat akin to Politically Incorrect, the celebs du jour will engage in roundtable discussions. When we called Hughley at his Los Angeles production offices, his usual easygoin