Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon
Titanic, Top Gun and episodes of Saturday Night Live from the 2000s are among the titles set to expire on Netflix on Jan. 1, according to a list that popped up on Reddit over the holidays.
Other TV shows that will no longer be offered through the streaming company in the New Year include...
Who's the boss on How I Met Your Mother? Not Dave Foley anymore.
Martin Short will replace Foley as Marshall's new boss next season, a show rep confirms. The Kids in the Hall star appeared in the season finale ...
Jeers to Desperate Housewives for wasting a pair of beloved TV veterans.
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Will Arnett and David Cross
In an attempt to rebrand itself, IFC is developing a new slate of comedic programming, highlighted by a real show from a fake-news organization and a sitcom from two Arrested Development alums.
IFC's new tagline: "Always on. Slightly off."
"It's a perspective and attitude we share with our audience, who crave the kinds of unconventional stories, characters, talent, execution, and above all, authenticity, we provide," Jennifer Caserta, executive vice president and general manager of IFC, said Tuesday in announcing the lineup.
Working together for the first time since their Arrested days, David Cross and Will Arnett will collaborate on ...
Jerry O'Connell, Jerry Minor, Fred Goss and Rebecca Romijn by Karen Neal/ABC
Newlyweds Jerry O'Connell and Rebecca Romijn play against type (fans hope) when Romijn guests on her hubby's ABC series Carpoolers. Romijn plays Joannifer, O'Connell's womanizing Laird's much-maligned ex-wife.Creator/exec producer/writer Bruce McCulloch (Kids in the Hall) says Romijn was a frequent set visitor, since her Ugly Betty set is nearby. "She started to hang around, she was laughing, we were buying her sushi," and he told O'Connell, "We gotta get her on the show."While Laird's ex has often been mentioned he reportedly received "the worst divorce settlement" ever she has yet to be seen, until now.Romijn "is a force of nature," so she's perfect for the role of Joannifer, who McCulloch describes as "ferocious," but also "vulnerable and emotional." Basically, she's mercurial: "Part of the fun of playing Joannifer is she's sweet one moment, but can turn on a dime."It didn't hurt that the couple has real-life chemistry. "It's an added thing that they're married in r...
The Andy Griffith Show - The Complete Series courtesy Paramount
Alright, I'm cheating a bit for my "Pick of the Week" for May 29th because I'm picking something that isn't a DVD - Weeds Season 1 on Blu-ray. Besides being in high-def, this release fixes a major problem present with the DVD release; it's widescreen. I tried to sit through the first few minutes of Weeds when it was released on DVD, but it was framed poorly, and I shut it off in disgust. Now I have a chance to watch the show in widescreen, AND in high-def, and that makes me very happy. The disc also contains the extras from the DVD release; commentaries, interviews, and more.My DVD pick would have to be the complete series of The Andy Griffith Show. While I think CBS/Paramount is screwing the fans with the bonus material on this set, it's still a nice set. They've included "Return to Mayberry," the TV movie, and The Make Room For Daddy Andy Griffth Show Pilot on this set, along with all the episodes of the show.I'm sure some of you have children, so I'd like to recommend one of my f...
Tonight might have been the best How I Met Your Mother yet. I can't believe that they combined "Charlie Brown," Top Gun and Pirates of the Caribbean. Genius. Love that dopey Ted — who reminds me more of Charlie Brown than the ever-hopeful Linus — waiting up every Halloween for a chance to reconnect with his soul mate, the slutty pumpkin. Still adoring Barney. His horny-devil costume paired with the angel who wanted weed was the best. But how cool is it that he donned a penguin outfit in order to stop his friend from making a fool of himself again? "I penguin-suited-up to show you the error of your ways." But the line of the night came from Marshall who said, "Penguins are cool, kind of like black and white ewoks." So geeky, yet that big marshmallow is just so lovable.... And speaking of lovable, I was more than happy when I tuned in to the retro I Love the '80s 3-D flashback and saw my favorite current TV sidek
Dave Foley may be best known for his five seasons on NBC's NewsRadio, but the comic's most groundbreaking work came prior to that on the surreal sketch-comedy series The Kids in the Hall (1989-95). Foley is thrilled that Kids are getting the gold-star treatment this week from A&E Home Video with a four-disc DVD set containing the first season of their hilariously absurd work. In honor of Kids' big revival, the Will & Grace guest star agreed to dish loads of backstage dirt with TV Guide Online.
TV Guide Online: What fond memories do you have about Kids in the Hall?Dave Foley: Oh, I remember every fight — we tended to fight a lot.
TVGO: What do you mean by a lot?Foley: Constantly. People outside the group would assume that we could never work together again after the things that we would say to each other. It was always personal, but thinly disguised as a creative difference. When you had a