Jason Bateman Is Returning to TV to Star in a Drama Series
The Arrested Development vet will be the star, executive producer and director of Ozark. The Missouri-set drama, which doesn’t have a network attached, takes place in the Lake of the Ozarks, and focuses on the “dark and dangerous world of drug money laundering.”
The new set includes a skyline in the background and a big touchscreen. “You can touch it and it will tell you your heart rate,” Noah joked.
Expect to see the 12 Season 3 episodes of the Charlie Brooker Twilight Zone-like series staggered into “mini” seasons. PLUS: Watch a teaser for Season 3.
The TGIT boss tells Kimmel that she was scared to go on his show in May 2014 for their “Behind the Scandalabra” special. Conquering that fear led to her year of saying yes. PLUS: Rhimes talked about juggling her shows and whether ABC ever rejected any of her pitches, and Kevin McKidd tells what he would do if he was Shonda Rhimes.
The Late Show devoted last night’s episode to Pope Francis’ visit, including a panel featuring famous Catholics Maria Shriver, Andrew Sullivan and Jim Gaffigan. PLUS: Gwyneth Paltrow responds to Colbert’s parody of her lifestyle brand.
Watch them parody the last scene in every romantic comedy.
Naomi Watts and Tobey Maguire also read their mean tweets on last night’s show.
A new deal will bring the USA series to Amazon Prime in five countries, including UK.
With Quezada running for county commissioner, Hank and Gomie reunited yesterday at Los Pollos Hermanos.
The fourth and final season premieres in early 2016.