How I Met Your Mother Creators are Returning to CBS with a New York Mythological Comedy
Carter Bays and Craig Thomas are developing another Big Apple-set comedy for CBS. New York Mythological will revolve around a Midwestern girl who moves to Manhattan and experiences “the magic of New York.”
Talking Dead‘s Chris Hardwick waits until 2 pm on Sundays to watch that night’s Walking Dead episode
“I actually get the episodes as soon as they’re edited,” he says, “but I don’t like to watch them too far ahead for a couple of reasons. First and foremost, it’s for my protection and the audience’s protection because I don’t ever want to be in a position where I might accidentally spoil something. I also want everything to be authentic, so if I’m speculating, I want that to be real. I mean, when I say I don’t know what’s happening with Glenn, it’s because I honestly don’t know.”
Jonathan Whitesell and Kacey Rohl will make their debuts in the 13th episodes of this season. Meanwhile, Bailee Madison is reprising her role as Young Snow White.
During a Nightly Show panel at the New York Comedy Festival over the weekend, Wilmore said he’ll try to “find the humor in the humanity” of a tragic situation.
Higgins is “the perfect Ben” for Season 20.
Three cable dramas have killed off characters this year, yet nobody believes they’re actually dead.
Kimball, who also hosts Cook’s Country for public television, will still host the 2016 season of America’s Test Kitchen, but he’s leaving the company he helped found.
Fans of the books will have to wait to see the blonde British officer as a man.
Yu began his career playing a stereotypical Asian nerd on Ryan Murphy’s 1999 WB drama Popular. A decade and a half later, he got his big break thanks to working as a producer on Bob’s Burgers, where Ansari has a voice role. PLUS: Conan helps Ansari settle his beef with Short Circuit’s Johnny Five.
A group of “fannibals” is coming together for RAW, an anthology catering to Hannibal fandom.
Did Patti know what Kevin was going to do?
“My years on Family Matters were precious to me,” says the patriarch of the TGIF sitcom. “During the run of the show, I saw many births, deaths, weddings … The actual family on the show became my family. We still talk to each other to this day.”
Both Monday shows expand upon The CW’s teen viewership.
“She’s gotten to the bottom of the barrel again,” says Margulies, “only this time, she’s in her late 40s and doesn’t care anymore. She’s like, ‘You know what? F-ck you all. I’m going to do what I want, I’m going to live my life the way that I want, because no matter what I do, it’s never good enough.'”
The Starz series is a contemporary twist on the tropes seen on such famous ballets as Swan Lake and Coppelia.
The Jennifer Falls alum will play Cedric the Entertainer’s no-nonsense campaign manager.
The ’70s-set animated comedy debuts Dec. 18.
Miranda Cosgrove and Jeannette McCurdy were in attendance when former co-star Nathan Kress got married on Sunday.