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Beyond the Turkey: Critic's Guide to Thanksgiving Week TVSome selective highlights and mini-reviews to get you through the long holiday weekend: WEDNESDAY Last week, she was a hapless office assistant on Up All Night. Tonight, in the same time period on a different network, she's an insufferable sibling who makes Thanksgiving a chore, as Saturday Night Live vet Molly Shannon shows off her range, playing Frankie's demanding sister Janet on ABC's The Middle (8/7c). A holiday visit to Frankie's mom and dad (Marsha Mason and Jerry Van Dyke) becomes a reci (more…)
Modern Family First Look: Book of Mormon's Josh Gad Loves to Man-ShakeThe Book of Mormon's Josh Gad will make his Modern Family debut on Wednesday — and if you can imagine, his character is even more awkward than Phil Dunphy (Ty Burrell). "He grew up…
Buffy Alum Adam Busch to Guest-Star on Grey's AnatomyAnother Buffy alum is heading for the halls of Seattle Grace. Adam Busch, who played evil-doer Warren, will guest-star on Grey's Anatomy as ...
Is Kelsey Grammer Reviving Frasier Crane?Is Kelsey Grammer resurrecting Frasier Crane?Contrary to a series of tweets on the actor's Twitter page that suggested a Frasier reunion and spin-off, Grammer's rep, Stan Rosenfield, tells TVGuide.com that no such project — or any project involving Dr. Frasier Crane, the famous small-screen psychiatrist — is in the works.
Fred Willard Will Return to Modern FamilyFans of ever-smiling comedy icon Fred Willard will be pleased to learn that Phil Dunphy's father Frank will be pulling his RV back into Modern Family next season thanks to a casting match made in heaven (with a little help from series star Ty Burrell). "They said that ...
Fox Boss: Canceling Back To You Was Tough DecisionHaving sitcom stalwarts Kelsey Grammer and Patricia Heaton in starring roles wasn't enough for Fox to bring Back to You back to you, the viewer, for a second season. "This was not an easy decision," said Fox Entertainment chief Kevin Reilly. "But with that kind of top-profile talent and…proximity to [American Idol] in the second half of the season, the expectations were higher."Reilly emphasized Fox is working to develop a live-action comedy franchise, but Back To You (more…)