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Birth Name:Tamsin Margaret Greig
Birth Place:Camden, London, England
You don't have to wait for the DVD release to see Episodes' Season 3 outtakes.Jay Leno's most memorable Tonight Show momentsThe new blooper reel will air during Sunday's episode, but TVGuide.com has an exclusive sneak ...
Showtime has renewed Episodes for a fourth season, the network announced on Wednesday. Season 3, which premieres on Sunday, Jan. 12 at 10:30/9:30c, follows Sean (Stephen Mangan) and Beverly (Tamsin Greig) after their reconciliation, while the star of their show, a fictionalized version of Matt LeBlanc played by LeBlanc, continues to struggle with his plummeting career.
Showtime's stoner dramedy Weeds will return for its eighth season on Sunday, July 1 at 10/9c, the network announced Wednesday. The second season of Episodes, starring Matt LeBlanc, will premiere at 10:30/9:30c following Weeds.Watch clips from Weeds
It's difficult to believe that the creators of Showtime's Episodes are not holding a grudge against network TV. Their last series, the CBS sitcom The Class, was axed after one short season, and their follow-up comedy (for cable, natch) is nothing if not an indictment of how the worst broadcast shows get made, sometimes in spite of a great idea. Just take a gander at Episodes' fictional network honcho, a crass and careless tyrant who transforms an urbane British hit about the headmaster of an elite boys school into a broad comedy for American audiences starring Matt LeBlanc.
Only a week into the new year, and already the volume of new TV is overwhelming. Case in point: this Sunday's logjam of new titles on network and cable, ranging from the truly sublime to the hopelessly ridiculous and instantly forgettable. Here's a rundown from best to worst. Want more Matt Roush? Subscribe to TV Guide Magazine now!
CSI: NY (Friday, 9/8c, CBS)Ever since JAG signed off nearly six years ago, one of the most frequent topics in my mailbag is the hope that David James Elliott (last seen in ABC's short-lived Scoundrels last summer) will find his way back to CBS. For at least one week, his fans get their wish, as Elliott guests as the FBI agent ex-husband of Sela Ward's Jo. (Do we sense a triangle brewing?) In the case of the week, a guy dressed as a clown shoots a bakery owner, and the investigation reveals a skeleton in Det. Flack's past. (Presumably not wearing floppy shoes.)