Television is perhaps the most pure example of peace and harmony that we have. Think about it. There’s a show for pretty much every interest and taste, and we get them all from this one device.
Sitcom faves collide! TV Land is totally into the idea of Kirstie Alley’s round-up of classic ’90s sitcom stars — Kirstie, Kramer and Carla! — for her new show, which is officially a go and has been ordered to series. In what’s probably the closest thing to a “Cheers” reunion we’ll ever have, Alley re-teams […]
The void you’re looking at on your DVR is the sitcom landscape post-“30 Rock.” When Tina Fey’s bright, bouncy, irreverent showbiz send-up aired its last episode Thursday night, a light (Kenneth’s toothy grin?) went out in broadcast television.
“Seinfeld” alum Michael Richards has been tapped to co-star opposite Kirstie Alley in her upcoming TV Land pilot “Giant Baby.” The gig marks the comedian’s first regular series role in over a decade.
A new comedy-themed poll conducted by “60 Minutes” reveals that the majority of Americans think “Seinfeld” is the greatest sitcom of All Time. The modern sitcom classic just barely edged out a TV comedy classic, as Jerry Seinfeld’s show about nothing got 22% of America’s vote, eclipsing the 20% who selected “The Honeymooners.” NBC’s old […]
By Jake Coyle NEW YORK (AP) — For two old TV neighbors, all that’s needed for a therapeutic reunion is a ride and a cup of Joe. On an emotional season finale of Jerry Seinfeld’s Web series, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” Michael Richards recalls the infamous heckling incident in 2006 that he says “broke […]
Jerry Seinfeld told Bravo’s Andy Cohen which “Seinfeld” episode is his least favorite. Watch what else happened when Cohen interviewed Jerry …
As Fox prepares to mark its 25th anniversary with a prime-time special Sunday night, we offer our 10 favorite Fox shows of all time.
What’s so funny about the vice presidency? Julia Louis-Dreyfus explained that to us in a wide-ranging interview about her new HBO comedy series “Veep.”
In 2002 Jane Rosenthal, Robert De Niro and Craig Hatkoff launched the Tribeca Film Festival as a reaction to the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center.