New Girl‘s Max Greenfield guest stars on this week’s episode of Hot in Cleveland as a Rescue Center volunteer who determines if the women (Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick and Jane Leeves) are dog-worthy or not. From the looks of these two exclusive clips from the episode titled “The One with George Clooney”, things may not be what they seem. For one, Max Greenfield is not George Clooney (no offense). Check them out below:
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Chuck Lorre has found his next Mom.
Former West Wing star Allison Janney has been cast in the mega-successful comedy producer’s new CBS pilot.
She’ll star opposite the previously announced Anna Faris, who plays a newly sober single mother trying to pull her life together in Napa Valley. The Emmy-winning Janney will play Faris’ own mom (so there’s two… Continue reading Chuck Lorre’s new sitcom casts ‘West Wing’ star
An anti-gay group is calling for a boycott of Ryan Murphy’s upcoming NBC comedy The New Normal.
One Million Moms, an ultra-conservative organization that previously criticized JC Penney for featuring a same-sex couple in a catalog, is now coming after the Glee co-creator’s new show. Murphy’s New Normal is about a gay male couple having their first child via a surrogate.
The group complained in a posting on its Web… Continue reading Ryan Murphy’s new NBC sitcom draws anti-gay protest
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TV Land’s sitcom The Exes returns for its second season of 12 episodes tonight at 10:30 p.m., so in anticipation of that, EW hopped on the phone with star Kristen Johnston to discuss what fans can expect on the coming episodes of the show. First, let’s start with the photo here, which shows a moment in tonight’s season… Continue reading ‘The Exes’ star Kristen Johnston previews season 2 premiere, talks about her return to sitcom life
Congratulations to anyone who put down “Muammar Gaddafi” as their ultimate tie-breaker in the TV.com Dead Pool, as the fashion-forward Libyan dictator has met the same fate as The Playboy Club and Charlie’s Angels (though few could argue that his cancellation has come too early). But what does that news have to do with TV? Funny you should ask! The answer is Matthew Perry.
In 1987, the still-young Fox network put… Continue reading A Bad Sitcom Predicted Gaddafi's Death in '87