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Though Disney Channel hasn't made any official announcement, it appears that their family sitcom Dog with a Blog is ending with season three. Members of the cast are feeling pretty emotional about wrapping up filming.
On Tuesday, co-star Beth Littleford tweeted the above photo and wrote, "#Dwab final scene on the final day of shooting #SingleTear (actually #OpenMouthedSobbing)." The tweet has since been deleted.
On Instagram, co-star Genevieve Hannelius posted photos and wrote, "Dog With a Blog season 3 wrap party. They are some of my best friends and working with people you love is so special and wonderful. I feel so grateful. Thank you to our dedicated and supportive Dwab fans- I hope we made you all proud. I'm excited for you all to see the rest of season 3! new episode this Friday!!
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"Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" premieres on HBO this Sunday, but the "Daily Show" veteran popped by Jon Stewart's desk to do what he does best: drink tea like a real Briton and rant. Can't wait for his show. I need something else to watch on HBO at the moment since I watch every episode of "Veep" about six times in a single week right now. But please, can Samantha Bee catch the next big break? Or hell, Beth Littleford? The Daily Show Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,The Daily Show on Facebook,Daily Show Video Archive »
- Louis Virtel
The Daily Show Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Indecision Political Humor,The Daily Show on Facebook Stephen Colbert is taking over for David Letterman. Great! Fine. Except that leaves a spot open at Comedy Central. And this is Samantha Bee's time to seize that half hour and fill the Jane Curtin-sized space in television reserved for comically exasperated female news anchors. Samantha Bee's gritty facial expressions and aggressive irreverence are a throwback to the things I cherish most -- namely, Beth Littleford, the original doyenne of "The Daily Show" correspondent team. I want a half hour of hard-hitting, deeply misinformed news led by a lady. Brooke Alvarez over at The Onion does fine work, but Samantha Bee's go-for-broke, misinformed style is ready for primetime. Who do you think should take over for Colbert? »
- Louis Virtel
Season two resumes on February 21st. It's unclear how many episodes remain in the current season or how many have been ordered for season three. The first season had 22 installments.
Dog With a Blog follows Stan (voiced by Stephen Full), a talking and blogging dog who helps a family adjust living in a blended household. The cast includes G. Hannelius, Blake Michael, Francesca Capaldi, Regan Burns, and Beth Littleford.
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Disney Channel is getting behind Dog With a Blog. The kids' cabler has greenlighted a third season of the family comedy series, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. Production on the new episodes begins in April, with an eye on a fall premiere. Dog With a Blog centers on a talking and blogging canine named Stan as he helps his owners, step-siblings Avery (G. Hannelius), Tyler (Blake Michael) and Chloe (Francesca Capaldi) and their parents Bennett (Regan Burns) and Ellen (Beth Littleford), adjust to blended family life and the challenges they experience at school and beyond. Stephen Full voices Stan.
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5 items from 2014
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