Sean Hayes’ TV Return: Gay ‘Two and a Half Men’?

Details have surfaced on Sean Hayes‘ upcoming return to primetime.  EW reports that “Rescue Me” co-creator Peter Tolan and his writing partner Michael Wimer are nearing a deal to write and executive produce the NBC comedy. Although the series will put the former “Will & Grace” star back in front of the camera, it won’t […]

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Bobby Cannavale Signed For 10 Episodes Of ‘Nurse Jackie’

By John Sellers NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – Bobby Cannavale has signed on as a special guest star for 10 episodes in the upcoming fourth season of “Nurse Jackie,” Showtime’s critically acclaimed dramedy that stars Edie Falco. Showtime said in a release Cannavale will play “a formidable hospital administrator sent by the new conglomerate that buys […]

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Debra Messing Returns to TV for Steven Spielberg’s ‘Smash’

Marilyn Monroe could soon be singing and dancing her way across television screens if NBC’s latest project, “Smash,” has its way. Now in the development process, “Smash” is a new scripted television series that follows the out-of-town tryout period of a new Broadway musical, and Deadline.com reports that “Will & Grace” actress Debra Messing will […]

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‘Days of Our Lives’ Product Placement Goes Viral

Non-Soap Blogs Discover ‘Days of Our Lives’ Product Placement ‘Days of Our Lives‘ fans have been amused by the show’s blatant product placement for years.  I, and other soap bloggers, have cringed at the embarrassing conversations about Midol and numerous other brands that paid to be incorporated into the scripts. This week a YouTube compilation […]

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Tony Awards Show Puts Broadway in the Spotlight

BY: Frazier Moore AP Television Writer NEW YORK – Among TV’s torrent of awards shows, the yearly Tony telecast is historically a ratings also-ran. In 2009, Broadway’s biggest night was seen by only 7.4 million people, reflecting an uptick of 19 percent above the previous year, according to the Nielsen Co. But even that boosted […]

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Sean Hayes to Host This Year’s Tony Awards

NEW YORK Sean Hayes will be the host of the Tony Awards next month. The former ‘Will & Grace’ actor is working on Broadway alongside Kristin Chenoweth in ‘Promises, Promises.’ He has a Tony nomination for best actor in a musical for the role. CBS made the announcement Monday. The network is broadcasting the Tonys […]

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