A newspaper columnist reunites professionally with his ex-wife, the new editor, in a sitcom that featured real-life husband and wife Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen. Behind-the-scenes changes and casting woes produced a lot of negative ink for 'Ink,' and the series---Danson's first since 'Cheers'---lasted but one season.
Loading. Please wait...
My cable/satellite provider:
Provider not set
There are no TV airings over the next 14 days. Add it to your Watchlist to receive updates and availability notifications.
A stand-up comedy benefit show for victims of Hurricane Sandy features Joy Behar and her comic friends in performance in New York City. Appearing: Sherri Shepherd; Larry David; Susie Essman; Colin Quinn; Darrell Hammond; Andy Borowitz; Judy Gold; Mario Cantone; John Fugelsang; Dee Snider; and Wendy Williams.
Funny Face and The Sandy Duncan Show are two American sitcoms aired by CBS starring Sandy Duncan as part of its 1971 and 1972 fall lineups, respectively. Both series were created and produced by Carl Kleinschmitt. In the spring of 1971, after having appeared in numerous television commercials and having a great success on Broadway in the 1970 revival of The Boy Friend, Sandy Duncan's show business career was quickly ascending. She had just completed her first major motion picture - The Million Dollar Duck for Walt Disney and was about to start on her second film - the screen adaptation of the Neil Simon play Star Spangled Girl which was to be produced and released by Paramount Pictures. Duncan was also signed by Paramount to film a television pilot loosely based on the 1957 film musical Funny Face which they hoped would be picked up by CBS to be part of their 1971–1972 fall television schedule. A pilot was filmed in the spring of 1971 and CBS executives were very enthusiastic. As a result, Duncan was already being touted by the network as the brightest new star of the 1971 fall season.
It Takes a Worried Man was a British TV sitcom. It was made by Thames Television and ran for three series, broadcast from October 1981 to November 1983. The first two series were broadcast on the ITV network, and the third and final series on Channel 4. Most episodes were written by the star, Peter Tilbury, who played office worker Philip Roath.