While repeats of her old sitcom “The Nanny” are still going strong on TV, Fran Drescher’s current sitcom “Happily Divorced” has been cancelled by TV Land.
By Jethro Nededog TV Land is staging a “Look Who’s Talking” reunion. John Travolta will guest star on former cast mate Kirstie Alley’s new comedy series, “Kirstie.” “I’m excited about working with Kirstie again, in addition to such terrific talent on the show,” Travolta said in a statement. “It’s always a treat to be surrounded […]
Eighteen years after Donald Faison and Stacey Dash first played impassioned high school sweethearts Murray Duvall and Dionne Davenport in the movie “Clueless,” the former costars will reunite in the July 10 episode of TV Land’s “The Exes.” Dash plays a recommitted virgin who gets picked up by Phil (Faison).
TV Land’s upcoming sitcom “Kirstie” keeps getting more and more promising. Series star Kirstie Alley is already reuniting with her “Cheers” co-star Rhea Perlman on the show, which also features Michael Richards of “Seinfeld” as a series regular. Now Deadline.com is reporting that Kramer’s old buddy George is also joining the party. “Seinfeld” alum Jason […]
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 […]
TV Land has retired one of its first original scripted series. “Retired at 35” has been cancelled after two seasons, according to Deadline. The decision not to renew the series was confirmed Thursday, after the network announced the renewals of “The Exes” and “The Soul Man.” It’s the first TV Land original scripted series to […]
“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.
Sure, three’s a crowd. But four is a hoot. Just consider the stars of “Hot in Cleveland,” four funny ladies who would look right at home carved in the Mount Rushmore of comedy.
Through his decades-long career, Andy Griffith was beloved, yet somehow taken for granted. He early on gained immortality as Sheriff Andy Taylor. But his skill at playing cornpone decency blinded fans to his ability to master other roles.
Regis Philbin came on David Letterman’s “Late Show” to talk about his appearance on “Hot in Cleveland,” when Dave surprised him with a pointed question about Betty White.