Casey Wilson, Megan Mullally
Happy Endings is almost back! (And when we say almost, we mean ABC won't be bringing the cult hit comedy back until October! Groan.)
To pass the time until our favorite sextet is on the air again, we thought we'd help the writers of Happy Endings by offering up a few wacky, yet totally plausible, situations that the group could find themselves in this season.
Happy Endings Scoop: What will happen to the Penny-Dave-Alex love triangle?
1. Megan Mullally returns! The Will & Grace alum has made the rounds on TV over the last few years, but her turn as Penny's mother on Happy was particularly hilarious. Case in point: Penny (Casey Wilson) and Dana warmed our hearts by singing out their angry thoughts. This time around...
Perception has been renewed for a second season, TNT announced Friday.
The drama, which stars Will & Grace alum Eric McCormack as...
NBC's Smash is hosting a Will & Grace reunion!
Sean Hayes has landed a recurring role on Season 2 of NBC's Broadway drama, the network announced Monday.
Lucy Liu and Jonny Lee Miller
CBS rarely stirs the prime-time pot. It doesn't need to. Monkeying around is for other, more desperate networks — a point CBS Entertainment president Nina Tassler underscored when she took the stage Sunday for CBS' presentations at the annual TCA press tour carrying a large stuffed monkey. A not-so-subtle slap at NBC for having brought along an actual monkey — the breakout scene-stealer of its silly new sitcom Animal Practice — to pose with and otherwise try to distract the press from the peacock's dismal new lineup of shows.
The New Normal
None of the TV shows from the 2012-2013 freshman class have debuted yet, but NBC's new family comedy The New Normal already has an important distinction under its belt: It's the first new show to be boycotted.
"I was very excited than I was mentioned by first and last name in the boycott," star Andrew Rannells told reporters at NBC's Television Critics Association fall TV previews Tuesday. "It's my first boycott!"
This is not the first boycott, however, for co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy (Glee, Nip/Tuck, Popular), who acknowledged that he was not....
Eric McCormack and Rachel Leigh Cook
Daniel Pierce is that guy. The one you flee as he argues with the air, or conducts an imaginary orchestra while he waits in line. But take a deeper look: You'll find a complicated man who also delivers beguiling lectures on the intricate workings of the brain and helps the FBI solve complex cases with his expansive knowledge of human behavior.
M.D., Ph.D. and schizophrenic, Pierce is the brilliant and damaged hero of Perception, TNT's new procedural-with-quirks. He's a mash-up of Monk, House, Patrick Jane and Sherlock Holmes, not to mention cousin to...
Kathryn Joosten, best known for her roles on Desperate Housewives and The West Wing, died Friday of lung cancer, TVLine reports. She was 72 years old.
Joosten, who won two Emmys for her portrayal of Mrs. McCluskey on Housewives, passed away in...
Whenever CBS unveils a new fall schedule, it's like watching an impressive round of chess, as powerful pieces (of programming) are moved strategically around the board (the prime-time line-up), operating from a position of strength to shore up weak spots and holes on the schedule, proving that an aggressive offense is a great defense against stagnation and decline.
Dennis Quaid, Johnny Lee Miller
CBS has ordered seven new series, including an 1960s-set drama starring Dennis Quaid and a comedy from the creators Will & Grace.
Vegas tells the true story of Ralph Lamb (Quaid) — a rodeo cowboy-turned-longtime Las Vegas Sheriff. Nicholas Pileggi and Without a Trace's Greg Walker will write and...
Hilary Swank, Debra Messing, Glenn Close
Celebrities such as Debra Messing, Glenn Close and Hilary Swank are very excited about President Barack Obama's support of same-sex marriage.
As the former star of NBC's Will & Grace (one of the first successful shows to portray openly gay characters), Messing was particularly moved by the President's statement.
VIDEO: Joe Biden cites Will & Grace in endorsement of gay marriage
"To have the President of the United States come out and openly support equal marriage rights... and [for Joe Biden] to say that Will & Grace has done more to educate the country about gays and lesbians —it's humbling. It makes me very emotional," she told TVGuide.com at Mariska Hargitay's Joyful Heart Foundation Gala in New York.
Check out what else Messing, Close and Swank had to say about marriage equality: