We’re a little over a month away from the premiere of NBC’s new romantic sitcom “Marry Me” and, well, I’m a little excited about the show. First, the show comes […]
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Happy Tuesday! Sadly there will be absolutely nothing on TV tonight sorry. Talk to you tomorrow…….
ha ha sorry but, Happy April Fools’ Day!
Happy Tuesday chicos! It’s not even lunchtime yet but I’m already anxious for it to be 5pm so I can go home and relax. I hate missing out on the daytime talk shows but they’re always waiting for me on the DVR or I find them on Xfinity On Demand.
One of the most improved comedies of last season, Fox’s “The Mindy Project,” returns on Sept. 17 at 9:30/8:30c for its second-season premiere. Everyone’s favorite OB-GYN, Mindy Lahiri (Mindy Kaling), has embarked on a trip of self-discovery doing good in Haiti with her boyfriend, Casey (Anders Holm), but the practice she left behind is thriving in New York City thanks to Dr. Paul Leotard (James Franco), the miracle-worker doctor with model-good looks — seriously, he was actually a model.
Reality-TV dope and basketball player Kris Humphries will be bringing his vacant stare to “The Mindy Project.”
It’s officially no longer the year of Penny. When “Happy Endings” returns for a third season on Tuesday, Oct. 23 (ABC, 9/8c), Penny (Casey Wilson) suffers an unfortunate accident that […]
“We got lucky. We clicked,” said Adam Pally, one of the half-dozen stars of “Happy Endings,” ABC’s comedy about six friends being funny in Chicago. “We’re all playful and don’t take anything too seriously. The six of us are troublemakers!”
Even though the time has long since passed when the sight of two women kissing on broadcast TV was considered shocking, it seems like networks are still squeamish when it comes to showing two men kissing. Last night, “Happy Endings” showed that it’s no big deal.
The folks at “Conan” wanted to latch onto the craze started by the “Puppy Bowl” so they decided to create a puppy-fied version of their show, called “Puppy Conan”. Boy, was it adorable.
Colin Hanks will go from creepy “Dexter” serial killer to playing himself on an upcoming episode of ABC’s “Happy Endings”.