Samantha Bee Will Stay on The Daily Show as Husband Jason Jones Departs for Their New Sitcom
Samantha Bee will stay on The Daily Show as husband Jason Jones departs for their new sitcom
Bee will serve as executive producer with Jones on their TBS family vacation comedy that was picked up today. PLUS: Larry Wilmore really stepped up his game last night — will he replace Jon Stewart?
Chris Hemsworth to host SNL
The Thor star hosts for the first time on March 7, joined by Zac Brown Band.
The Bastard Executioner: Kurt Sutter joins the cast, along with wife Katey Sagal and True Blood‘s Stephen Moyer
The Sons of Anarchy creator has cast himself in one of the lead roles on the FX medieval series. Additionally, The Americans‘ Matthew Rhys will guest-star.
Margo Martindale joins CBS’ Sneaky Pete
She’ll play a bail bondsman in the drama pilot from Bryan Cranston and House creator David Shore.
TLC orders Honey Boo Boo family to stop pitching themselves for another show
Mama June and her family are still under contract with TLC.
NBC Nightly News ratings rise without Brian Williams
Lester Holt was up 7% last week vs. the last week Williams hosted.
Scott Wolf: I never slept with my Neve Campbell on Party of Five
“That’s my sister!” he said on Watch What Happens Live. “We did not.”
Vampire Diaries vet joins CW’s Corden
Chris Wood will reunite with Julie Plec on Alaska-based series set in an area cordoned off due to an epidemic.
Preview Will & Grace reunion on The Mysteries of Laura
Eric McCormack and Debra Messing reunite on Wednesday’s episode.
ESPN suspends Keith Olbermann for getting in a Twitter fight with Penn State students
Olbermann has been taken off TV for the rest of the week for calling Penn State students “pitiful.”
Brian Austin Green joins Jenna Elfman’s Fox comedy pilot
Green will be joined by Liza Lapira as his wife, who’s in constant competition with Elfman’s character.
HLN celebrates 10 years of Nancy Grace
Check out a compilation of her “Nancy Grace-isms.”
James Van Der Beek and Katee Sackhoff star in a gritty take on Power Rangers
Check out Power/Rangers.
Parks and Rec was a show about America as we hope it to be, rather than how it actually exists
Parks and Recreation became a show about the virtues of niceness. As Todd VanDerWerff explains, it “proved deeply soothing in a time when it can often seem like the world is being devoured from the inside by anger and bitterness. The country we live in right now is as partisan as it’s ever been, but the world of Pawnee is a place where people of all political stripes and philosophies can sit down and talk out their differences over waffles. You can believe very different things, but still respect each other on a fundamental level.”
—How Parks and Rec survived 7 seasons with very low ratings
—Mike Schur talks about the evolution of Parks and Recreation the first 2 seasons
—Amy Poehler looks back at Season 1, and how the show changed in Season 2
—Ranking Parks and Rec characters: Leslie Knope is No. 16
—Recurring characters, ranked: Jean-Ralphio is No. 2
—Retta on Donna Meagle: “I personally see her as the voice of the audience”
—Mike Schur spent 3 days writing the final scene: “Oh God, I’m killing these characters as I write these final words”
—Why Jerry/Terry/Larry/Garry Gergich is a boss // He screwed up 95 times
—Schur’s 5 fave moments includes Ron in Scotland
—All of Parks and Rec‘s 2017 pop-culture predictions
—What happened to The Office spinoff idea?
—Whatever happened to Mark Brendanawicz?
—Parks and Rec characters were familiar comedy types, but they were the best possible example of that type
—Tina Fey’s Liz Lemonism vs. Amy Poehler’s Leslie Knoptimism
—Parks and Rec taught children important lessons about feminism and other topics
—10 things Parks and Rec contributed to pop-culture
—Ben Wyatt is a nerd role model — the polar opposite of a “Gamergater”
—Why the final season was Parks and Rec‘s best ever
—What it’s like to lend your house to Parks and Rec
—How Parks and Rec outshined The Office
—Parks and Rec by the numbers: See a chart of all things Pawnee