Steve Carell has his first post-Office gig — and it’s behind the scenes.
Carell and David Steinberg will serve as executive producers on a new Showtime interview series, titled Laughing Stock, president David Nevins announced this morning during the Television Critics Association press tour. The series will feature one-on-one interviews with “the world’s funniest personalities.” Steinberg will serve as host on the series, which has been picked up for… Continue reading Showtime announces pick-up of Steve Carell-produced series
NBC has previously said an episode of The Voice will follow its presentation of the Super Bowl but didn’t say when the show will premiere.
Well, now we know: The Voice will premiere after the Super Bowl on Feb. 5, 2012, announced NBC’s programming chief Robert Greenblatt at critics press tour in Beverly Hills. The Voice will then have a two-hour episode the next night leading into the season… Continue reading NBC announces ‘The Voice’ return date
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It’s a beautiful day … in Daniel Tiger’s neighborhood?
A decade after children’s classic Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood ceased production, PBS has just announced an animated spin-off to the series hosted by a familiar personality from the original show. Titled Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, the series will have original Mister Rogers characters grown up and with… Continue reading PBS announces ‘Mister Rogers’ next generation spin-off
The 2011 Toronto International Film Festival has announced the first round of their lineup, which includes 50 films from all around the globe. Many are premieres, but some are stopping in for screenings after playing other festivals like Venice, Sundance and Cannes. Films immediately on our radar include George Clooney’s The Ides of March, Sarah Polley’s Take this Waltz, Todd Solondz’s Dark Horse, Roland Emmerich’s Anonymous