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A familiar face is coming to The Middle. TVLine reports Everybody Loves Raymond star Monica Horan will reunite with former co-star Patricia Heaton on an upcoming episode of the ABC TV show.Horan played Amy MacDougall-Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond opposite Heaton's Debra Baron. The Middle stars Heaton as a middle-class mother of three living in suburban Indiana. The cast also includes Neil Flynn, Charlie McDermott, Eden Sher, and Atticus Shaffer.Read More… »
For seven seasons, The Middle has been a staple of the Wednesday night schedule on . Now, the network has moved the sitcom to Tuesday nights. How will this move affect the ratings? Could this long-running comedy be cancelled or, will it be renewed for a ninth season? Stay tuned.Set in Orson, Indiana, The Middle TV show revolves around the five members of the middle-class Heck family. It's headed by quarry manager Mike (Neil Flynn) and Frankie (Patricia Heaton), a dental assistant. They do their best to make ends meet and raise their three very different kids -- lazy Axl (Charlie McDermott), awkward Sue (Eden Sher), and Brick (Atticus Shaffer), the intelligent yet odd youngest son.Read More… »
Vulture Watch After eight seasons, there's just as much drama in the Heck household. Has the The Middle TV show been cancelled or renewed for a ninth season on ABC? The television vulture is watching for the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is a dedicated place to track the status of season nine of The Middle. You can bookmark this page or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? Set in Orson, Indiana, The Middle TV show revolves around the five members of the middle-class Heck family. It's headed by quarry manager Mike (Neil Flynn) and Frankie (Patricia Heaton), a dental assistant. They do their best to make ends meet and raise their three very different kids -- lazy Axl (Charlie McDermott), awkward Sue (Eden »
The competition is always stiff at the Screen Actors Guild Awards — but when you’re going up against a costar for the coveted prize, it’s even more so.
These celebs experienced just that, minus any tension.
This year, we’ll see Ryder go up against her pint-sized castmate, Millie, who has gained tons of attention (and internet love) for her portrayal of Eleven in the smash hit Netflix series.
These two first worked together back in 1980 on the movie 9 to 5. They reunited for »
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Mary Tyler Moore was all about girl power even before the phrase was coined, and Et caught up with some of the powerful ladies who are continuing her tradition of redefining what it means to be a modern woman on television.
On the hit television series The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Moore played Mary Richards, an ambitious, single, professional woman confidently going after her dreams as a TV producer. In 1970, the idea was a foreign concept to many, but for the young girls watching at home, it would plant a seed that would grow and lead thriving careers.
"I can remember gathering in the student lounge to watch Mary Tyler Moore on a Saturday »
The year may be young, but that hasn't stopped the network heads from making some big moves when it comes to their 2017 fall line-ups! In the last few weeks, four of the big five have already begun handing out renewals to some of their biggest shows (or in the case of the CW, nearly all their shows), with the latest coming from the good folks at ABC. The Alphabet net announced that its first renewal of the season would go to none other than solid comedy stalwart The Middle. Currently in its eighth season, the charming Patricia Heaton-starring family comedy had consistently delivered for the network, helping them successfully launch a second night of comedy programming this season on Tuesdays. The renewal is such »
ABC has given an early renewal to “The Middle,” Variety has learned. The Midwestern comedy will return for a ninth season in the fall.
“‘The Middle’ has been one of the network’s most consistent performers and helped us to launch a whole new night of comedy when it moved to Tuesdays this season,” said ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey. “The Indiana Hecks have found America’s sweet spot with their authentic, acerbic and always loving take on parenting, work, kids, marriage and life.”
The series has indeed proven a solid performer, providing a stable launch platform for newcomer “American Housewife” this season. The show hovers around a 1.7 rating in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic in Nielsen’s Live+Same Day ratings, and typically sees growth of 50% or more once DVR viewing within three days is factored in.
- Oriana Schwindt
7 items from 2017
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