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Seeso, NBCUniversal’s comedy streaming service, has confirmed that it’s shutting down later this year.
Here’s a note that the streaming service has just posted on Facebook:
We’re writing to let you know that later this year, Seeso will be shutting its comedy doors.
Though we will be departing, much of our comedy will live on – and some of your favorite Seeso Originals have already found a new home.
We’ll let you know as soon as we have further information, including where to find the exciting project “There’s…Johnny!” and other Seeso Originals in the future (in the meantime, please note that There’s…Johnny! will no longer premiere this month as previously announced. We love »
- Michael Schneider
As Seeso further winds down operations, insiders have confirmed that upcoming comedy “There’s…Johnny!” won’t launch at the end of the month as originally planned.
“There’s… Johnny!” was originally set to debut on August 24, but according to insiders close to the show, producers are now looking to find a new home for the period comedy, set in the world of “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” circa 1972.
The decision at Seeso to shelve “There’s… Johnny!” comes after other shows also haven’t premiered as planned, including Season 2 of Dan Harmon’s “HarmonQuest,” which was supposed to return at the end of July.
- Michael Schneider
Pawnee goes Hollywood.
Chris Pratt, who portrayed Plaza’s on-screen husband in Parks, hung out with Amy Poehler and Retta at ArcLight Cinemas, treatin’ themselves at the Svedka Vodka and Avenue Los Angeles shindig. (Probably not invited? Jerry.)
Last year, Pratt told People that although Parks wrapped filming back in 2014, he and his cast mates talked “almost every day.”
- Lindsay Kimble
This headline is not fake news. We repeat, there’s no monkey business here: Bubbles the Chimp, former pet of Michael Jackson the King of Pop, really is the star of a new art exhibition opening in Miami on July 21.
People spoke to Adam Brand, the owner of Frames USA art gallery and human mastermind behind the “Apes that Paint” show and fundraiser. One of his customers at the gallery is a volunteer at the Center for Great Apes, a permanent sanctuary for rescued and retired chimps and orangutans that come from the entertainment industry, research labs and the exotic pet trade, »
- Saryn Chorney
In an interview with W Magazine, the 39-year-old actor revealed Who’s The Boss–era Milano as his childhood dream girl. “When I was a kid it was totally Alyssa Milano,” Ventimiglia told the magazine. “I think everybody had a crush on Alyssa Milano.”
Milano, 44 — who costarred with Ventimiglia in the 2008 horror film Pathology as his fiancée — remained oblivious to this infatuation, even after becoming close enough friends to name her first child after him. »
- Benjamin VanHoose
Yes, Netflix’s Glow provides a funny, albeit fictional, behind-the-scenes look into the rise of the 1980s phenomenon known as Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. Yes, it features comedic heavy hitters like Alison Brie (Community) and Marc Maron (Maron) sporting some truly fantastic period costumes. And yes, the show’s pedigreed production team includes Orange Is the New Black‘s Carly Mensch and Nurse Jackie‘s Liz Flahive, as well as Oitnb‘s Jenji Kohan.
But Glow also provided a vital lesson to its cast, courtesy of the hands-on training the actors underwent prior to the shoot.
RelatedGlow Review: Netflix »
As promised, the Camp Firewood ’81 gang is reuniting 10 years after their infamously strange summer together — and, surprise, things have only gotten stranger.
RelatedMarvel’s The Defenders First Look: Netflix’s Heroes Team Up, Look Tough
Netflix on Thursday released the official trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, reuniting the cast of 2015’s Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp — which, itself, was a prequel of 2001’s Wet Hot American Summer — for another season of debauchery, confusion and, of course, talking cans of mixed vegetables. The eight-part series drops Friday, Aug. 4.
Among the latest developments: Lindsay »
Here’s a fun, flirty ice breaker for your next dinner party: The person on the Cholula hot sauce bottle? Kinda looks like Bob Saget. Or does (s)he?
First, let’s give some background. If you are to believe what Wikipedia tells you, the portrait is of a woman named Camila Harrison and she is the matriarch of the Cholula company family. And yet, there appears to be no other info on her—even on Cholula’s website. Representatives for the company could not immediately give People a response about who’s on the bottle. Could it be that it’s actually Bob Saget? »
- Shay Spence
Netflix has announced that Tony Danza is set to lead its new 10-episode police procedural dramedy The Good Cop, which sees Andy Breckman (Monk) serving as showrunner and executive producing alongside Randy Zisk (Bones, Monk), and Howard Klein (The Office, The Mindy Project).
The Good Cop will see Danza as Tony Sr., a disgraced former NYPD officer who never followed the rules. He lives with his son, Tony Jr., an earnest, obsessively honest NYPD detective who makes a point of always following the rules. This “odd couple” become unofficial partners as Tony Sr. offers his overly cautious son blunt, streetwise advice on everything from handling suspects to handling women.
“We’re excited to bring viewers the return of Tony Danza, one of television’s most beloved icons,” said Cindy Holland, Vice President, Original Content for Netflix. “The Good Cop is a funny, charming procedural series that we think our members will love. »
- Gary Collinson
Tony Danza is coming back to the small screen. Today, Netflix announced the Who's the Boss? star has joined the upcoming TV series The Good Cop.From Monk creator Andy Breckman, the dramedy stars Danza as Tony Sr., "a disgraced, former NYPD officer who never followed the rules. He lives with his son, Tony Jr., an earnest, obsessively honest NYPD detective who makes a point of always following the rules. This "odd couple" become unofficial partners as Tony Sr. offers his overly-cautious son blunt, street-wise advice on everything from handling suspects to handling women."Read More… »
“Mom, I’m getting older… and at some point, I really, really hope that I get to see boobs.”
That’s the heartfelt (and understandable!) proclamation coming from autistic teen Sam, played by United States of Tara alum Keir Gilchrist, in a new sneak peek of Netflix’s family comedy Atypical. Along with the clip, the streaming service also announced a premiere date for the eight-episode series — Friday, August 11 — starring Oscar nominee Jennifer Jason Leigh (Weeds, Revenge) as Sam’s mother Elsa.
In the clip above, Elsa »
Aye there, how you doin'? In news that I did not expect to be reporting on this afternoon, we've gotten word that Tony Danza is making his television comeback thanks to Netflix, and their forthcoming 10-episode series The Good Cop. In The Good Cop, Danza plays Tony Sr., a disgraced, former NYPD officer who never followed the rules. He lives with his son, Tony Jr., an earnest, obsessively honest NYPD... Read More »
- Steve Seigh
Get ready to say hello (and goodbye) to another class of Degrassi Community School students.
Photos13 Reasons Why: Our Burning Questions for Season 2
Netflix on Monday dropped the official trailer for Degrassi: Next Class‘ upcoming fourth season (premiere date Tbd), giving us a peek at the madness to come.
In addition to the inherent intensity surrounding graduation, the show’s fourth season looks packed with exactly the kind of drama we’ve come to expect from Degrassi: Lola gives Yael a (potentially disastrous) makeover, Grace wants to go public with Jonah (much to the dismay of a guitar-bashing Frankie), Rasha »
Tony Danza is returning to TV as the star of Netflix’s new dramedy series “The Good Cop,” the streaming platform announced Monday. The “odd couple” style one-hour dramedy will see Danza playing Tony Sr., a disgraced, former NYPD officer who never followed the rules. He lives with his son, Tony Jr., an earnest, obsessively honest NYPD detective who makes a point of always following the rules. Father and son become unofficial partners as Tony Sr. offers his overly-cautious son blunt, street-wise advice on everything from handling suspects to handling women. Read More See Tony Danza's latest »
- Linda Ge
Tony Danza is returning to TV for The Good Cop, a family-friendly Netflix dramedy from Andy
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- Liam Mathews
The Good Cop has been picked up for a ten-episode, straight-to-series order. No premiere date has been set. Danza, continuing his
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- Liam Mathews
Tony Danza is returning to series television with The Good Cop, a dramedy crime procedural for Netflix. The Internet network has given a 10-episode straight-to-series order to the hourlong project inspired by a format from Israeli production company Yes. The project hails from Monk creator/executive producer Andy Breckman and director/executive producer Randy Zisk. Written by Breckman, who serves as showrunner, The Good Cop centers on Tony Sr. (Danza), a disgraced former… »
The project finds the Who’s the Boss vet playing a disgraced, former NYPD officer who never followed the rules. He lives with his son, Tony, Jr., an earnest, obsessively honest NYPD detective who makes a point of always following the rules. This “odd couple” become unofficial partners as Tony Sr. offers his overly-cautious son blunt, street-wise »
Danza will play Tony Sr., a disgraced, former NYPD officer who never followed the rules. He lives with his son, Tony, Jr., an honest NYPD detective who makes a point of always following the rules. Tony Sr. decides to help his son by offering advice on everything from handling suspects to handling women. Netflix has ordered ten one-hour episodes of the dramedy.
Danza became a household name while co-starring in the classic sitcom “Taxi,” which ran from 1978-1983. He followed that up with a lead role in the smash hit series “Who’s the Boss,” which ran from 1984-1992. He also has a role in “There’s Johnny!” the upcoming Seeso series about Johnny Carson. That show is expected to debut this summer on the NBCUniversal-owned streaming service, but recent staff changes and layoffs at Seeso make it unclear whether or not »
- Joe Otterson
Warning: The following recap contains spoilers from the Part 3 finale of The Ranch. If you do not wish to be spoiled, bookmark for safekeeping and return once you’ve finished all 10 episodes.
Is there enough whiskey in the world to get the Bennett family through the potential heartbreak that awaits them?
In the Part 3 finale of The Ranch, Maggie contemplates leaving Garrison with wandering musician Clint (recurring guest star Lou Diamond Phillips). Meanwhile, Colt struggles to balance his time between two jobs, girlfriend Abby and baby mama Heather. »
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