‘Wilfred’ Renewed for Fourth and Last Season

By Tim Molloy The Eljiah Wood talking dog comedy “Wilfred” will move to FXX for its fourth and final season. The final 10 episodes will air in 2014. The series, which previously aired on FX, stars Wood as Ryan, who is the only person who can talk with his neighbor’s surly canine companion, played by […]

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‘Wilfred’ Gets 3rd Season From FX

LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – “Wilfred” will bark once more. FX has given the series, which stars Elijah Wood as a struggling young man who befriends his neighbor’s curiously human-like dog, a third season, the cable network said Wednesday. The 13-episode third season will debut in June 2013. In addition to the third-season order, writers/producers Reed […]

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New On DVD This Week: Wilfred, Project X, Franklin & Bash, The Sarah Silverman Program

Wilfred You’ll sit up and beg for more of Wilfred, the most hilarious and daringly original new comedy on TV. Elijah Wood stars as Ryan, a down-on-his-luck lawyer who forms a unique friendship with his sexy neighbor’s pet pooch ‘Wilfred.’ Everyone else sees a dog, but Ryan sees a bong-ripping, beer-chugging, foul-mouthed Australian bloke in […]

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What To Watch: This Week’s DVR Picks

Monday June 18: ‘Miss Advised‘ (10pm on Bravo) **Series Premiere** Record Now Bravo Media premieres ‘Miss Advised,’ a docu-series about three single relationship experts who make a living dispensing dating advice, but struggle to make their own love connections. Partnering with RelativityREAL and Ashley Tisdale’s Blondie Girl Productions, the series follows Julia Allison in Los […]

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Deep Soap: Plans To Move Soaps Online Canceled

Update: Prospect Park has officially canceled its plans to continue “All My Children” and “One Life To Live” on-line. The production company released a lengthy statement, authored by the company’s founders Jeff Kwatinetz and Rich Frank, explaining its decision. “After five months of negotiations with various guilds, hundreds of presentations to potential financial and technology […]

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‘Sunny’s’ Success Continues To Flourish

By Tim Molloy NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – Shows don’t start much smaller than “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” But the gloriously offensive series about five selfish, petty do-nothings has grown into one of cable’s most successful comedies — and a model for FX’s other sitcoms. It could work for other networks, too. The show, which […]

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