Gary David Goldberg, who created the 1980s sitcom hit “Family Ties” and expanded into feature films, has died. Goldberg died of brain cancer in Montecito, Calif., on Saturday, days before his 69th birthday, The New York Times reported.
The new series include plenty of recognizable names that can help the transition into unfamiliar programming. With that in mind, here’s a look at some of these actors’ past work and a sneak peak at what’s ahead.
TV fave Michael J. Fox is one of NBC’s big tickets this fall, and the sitcom star is “thrilled to be back” on TV with a new series. “It’s like deja vu … it’s like ‘Back to the Future,’” Fox told “Access Hollywood” this week after the network officially picked-up his show.
NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – “Breaking Bad” star Betsy Brandt has been cast as Michael J. Fox’s TV wife. NBC is eyeing the series, which has already been ordered for a full season, for fall. Brandt will play the wife of Fox’s character, a New York news anchor coping – like Fox – with Parkinson’s disease. […]
Michael J. Fox says he’ll be fine when he goes back to work on TV full-time — just as long as he gets to play “a guy with Parkinson’s.” Watch him on Thursday’s “Letterman” …
After a fall season that featured a few missteps, like Kalinda’s relationship with her scuzzy ex-husband, “The Good Wife” returned to form with a vengeance on Sunday night, with the superlative episode “Boom De Yah Dah.” Featuring appearances by two of the show’s greatest antagonists, this hour was as enjoyable as having a glass of […]
Michael J. Fox’s TV comeback is going to be “incredible.” As previously announced this summer, the actor is returning to series TV with his own show inspired by his real life as a husband and father with an illness. Fox, 51, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 1991. “It’s an incredible show,” says Jennifer Salke, […]
Surprise, Alicia Florrick! Your nemesis Louis Canning is back. Guest star Michael J. Fox returns to “The Good Wife” this Sunday night, which also features the introduction of guest star T.R. Knight of “Grey’s Anatomy.”
“The Good Wife’s” guest-star-palooza continues. Former “Grey’s Anatomy” star T.R. Knight is the latest guest star that will pop up on the CBS legal drama. He’ll play a political operative on an upcoming episode airing later on in Season 4, according to Entertainment Weekly. “The Good Wife” Recap: Could a Lie Destroy Peter’s Campaign? The […]
After an intense bidding war between four major broadcast networks, NBC has landed the new Michael J. Fox comedy in the actor’s return to series television.