5 items from 2015
Returns Sunday, September 27th at 8:30 pm (Et) on Fox
Where We Are: Season three begins this fall; 45 episodes have already aired
What You Need To Know: The crew of the Nine-Nine division includes Detective Jake Peralta, a good detective who is not so good with other aspects of his life, who works alongside Detective Amy Santiago, a rigid, meticulous law enforcement official who seeks validation unabashedly, as well as Detective Rosa Diaz, a gruff, stand-offish individual who nonetheless can be a very supportive friend when needed, Detective Charles Boyle, a food connoisseur and self-admitted people pleaser, and Sergeant Terry Jeffords, a tough but fair captain who »
- Deepayan Sengupta
I hope you’re watching Celebrity Name Game, and the ratings indicate that you very well may be. The game show that, according to host Craig Ferguson, hopes to push the boundaries of the genre, has been renewed for a second season, and has announced its upcoming celebrity guests.
Check out the list, and make sure you’re tuning in.
Monday, Feb. 2
Angela Kinsey & Vivica A Fox
Tuesday, Feb. 3
Michael Ealy & Mario Lopez
Wednesday, Feb. 4
Thursday, Feb. 5
Friday, Feb. 6
Katy Mixon & Mario Lopez
Monday, Feb. 9
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Wednesday, Feb. 11
Thursday, Feb. 12
- Marc Eastman
Robert Kirbyson directs from a screenplay by Sean Gaffney. Chris Aronoff and Bernsen are producing in a co-production between Aronoff, Bernsen’s Home Theater Films and Regent University in Virginia Beach.
Crisp portrays a divorcee who volunteers to move in with her mother-in-law (Henner) after her husband passes away. Williamson plays a local reverend, and Bernsen is a New York priest.
Henner tweeted about the project Monday.
Marilu in-studio w/ the co-stars of her upcoming film, Jesse & Naomi. @philipkboyd, @williamson_joe & @ChelseyCrisp! pic.twitter.com/yJMN9RiSEo
— Marilu Henner Show (@MariluShow) January 26, 2015
Henner has a recurring role in “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” and Crisp appears in the “Fresh Off the Boat” series.
- Dave McNary
There was no shortage of delusion on display when Donald Trump faced television critics this morning, with the remaining cast of "Celebrity Apprentice" at his side along with the NBC show's executive producer, Mark Burnett. And even though it came from Donald Trump, it was surprising. First, he did actually offer some fair criticism of his own show and the way it had become bloated with two-hour episodes. Discussing its increased ratings this season compared to its previous season, Trump said, "I think a big factor is that we went to a one-show. ... They started putting it on a lot, and they started making it very long. A two-hour format is a very, very, very long show." Later, he said, "I just think two hours its too long for one show. Nobody wants to watch an hour and 20 minutes of a task." Trump said, "I think that has a huge »
- Andy Dehnart
Taxi alums Danny DeVito, Judd Hirsch, Carol Kane, Marilu Henner, James Burrows, Christopher Lloyd, Rhea Perlman, and co-creator James L. Brooks all turned out for their former cast maste Tony Danza’s star turn in Honeymoon in Vegas last night. After a post-show party at Hard Rock Café, the whole gang sat together at a long table, chatting and dancing late into the night. “Those are the people I started with,” Danza told Vulture. “Those are the people who accepted a fighter from New York who never acted before on their TV show." He added, "I’m serious. That acceptance, that welcoming, is why I'm here. And so, for me, it was an incredible thing to have them here.” »
- Bennett Marcus
5 items from 2015
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