Blossom star Mayim Bialik has landed a possibly recurring role on The Big Bang Theory, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The 34-year-old actress will play Victoria, a potential love interest for romantically apathetic Sheldon (Jim Parsons). Victoria, described as a...
'Til Death is dead.
Fox will air the sitcom's remaining new episodes as scheduled and it will not return for a fifth season, TVGuide.com has confirmed. The cancellation news follows comments made earlier by...
American Idol, 24
American Idol and 24 will return just days apart in January, Fox announced Tuesday in unveiling its midseason schedule.
Idol's ninth season — the first with Ellen DeGeneres taking over...
Fox's fall song-and-dance routine will kick off a week sooner, now that the network has moved up the season premiere dates for So You Think You Can Dance and Glee to Wednesday, Sept. 9.
Glee, which got a "sneak peek" this May, will kick off its official run with a new episode.
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Fox also has pushed back the premiere of ...
Joely Fisher and Brad Garrett, 'Til Death
After disappearing from the airwaves in early October, many thought Fox's 'Til Death was on its way to the grave. But that doesn't appear to be the case.
Fox has ordered 22 episodes of the Brad Garrett and Joely Fisher comedy, which will return next season. The new order brings the series' episode total ...
Detroit Lane is showing the funny to prime-time TV this fall, guest-starring on 'Til Death.
The Tony- and Emmy-winning actor will appear in the Fox sitcom's Nov. 19 episode, playing the gay brother of Brad Garrett's Eddie. Recently split from his longtime companion, Lane's character ultimately commiserates with his kin over how they each have come to rely on their better halves.
Lane's previous guest-starring gig was as Jack Donaghy's brother, Eddie, in a March 2007 episode of 30 Rock.
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Joely Fisher and husband Christopher Duddy have adopted a baby girl, People reports.Olivia Luna Fisher-Duddy, who was born recently, joins big sisters Sklyar, 7, and True, 2, and big brothers Cameron, 22, and Collin, 20, Duddy's sons from his first marriage."They are all blissfully happy and enjoying their new baby sister," the 'Til Death star's rep said.Out of respect for the birth mother, Fisher will not be releasing more details. — Joyce EngWatch full episodes of 'Til Death in our Online Video Guide.
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America's Got Talent's seemingly endless season continued on Wednesday with another night-topping 11.74 million total viewers. Bones, however, won the 8 o'clock hour in the 18-49 demo, and delivered 8.91 million viewers (dipping 800 thou from its premiere). Top Model gained 350K, hitting 3.84 mil.At 9 pm/ET, the season premiere of 'Til Death did 6.36 mil, while lead-out Do Not Disturb debuted to 4.88 mil. (Both Fox sitcoms trailed AGT and a Criminal Minds repeat.) A 90210 repeat reaped 2.29 mil. Matt MitovichRelated Use Our Online Video Guide to Watch Full Episodes of Bones
J.B. Smoove.... Where does one begin? The actor/comedian had us beside ourselves for, like, five minutes before tape rolled, riffing on how my producer's glen-plaid pants matched almost exactly his cap. I thought he'd never calm down! Eventually, J.B. opened up about how he scored his series-regular gig on Fox's 'Til Death, which returns Wednesday night. (Curb Your Enthusiasm's Larry David gets the mad props.)Smoove also reveals (or not) what the J.B. stands for (that's at the 0:45 mark), then "previews" the second season of 'Til Death, Mon (as he calls it), in which he claims the series relocates to Jamaica. "Me and Brad Garrett are gonna do it all!" he promises and you nearly believe him. Exasperating! Matt Mitovich