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7 items from 2009


Steve Carell’s Daughter Hits the Jackpot With Lemonade Stand

6 October 2009 3:00 PM, PDT | People - CelebrityBabies | See recent People - CelebrityBabies news »

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What started out as a traditional neighborhood lemonade stand quickly turned into a money-making endeavor for Steve Carell’s daughter Elisabeth Anne, 8, who found herself hitting the jackpot with her juice!

In a humorous appearance on The Jay Leno Show, The Office star admitted he was recently faced with his “first traumatic experience” when his daughter, after venturing out to sell homemade lemonade, returned a half-hour later with a bundle of cash.

“I figured she’d come back…with about 75 cents. She came back with $36 and I’m like, ‘What…what happened?’”

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The Goode Family: Could the Cancelled Show Return for Season Two?

11 August 2009 7:19 AM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

After a disappointing run on ABC, the network announced that they were cancelling The Goode Family. It turns out the show's creators aren't ready to throw in the towel just yet.

The Goode Family is an animated series from King of the Hill's Mike Judge, David Krinsky, and John Altschuler. Featuring the voice talents of Judge, Brian Doyle Murray, Dave Herman, Linda Cardellini, and Nancy Carell, the sitcom follows a working-class family who find it difficult to live politically-correct lives.

The show debuted to low ratings (3.93 million and a 1.6/5 in the 18-49 demo) on May 27th and was shuffled off to Friday nights after three episodes. In its new timeslot, The Goode Family's viewership dropped even further and averaged a little more than a million viewers each week. It came as little surprise when ABC officially cancelled the show the day after »

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The Goode Family: Could the Cancelled Show Return for Season Two?

11 August 2009 7:19 AM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

After a disappointing run on ABC, the network announced that they were cancelling The Goode Family. It turns out the show's creators aren't ready to throw in the towel just yet.

The Goode Family is an animated series from King of the Hill's Mike Judge, David Krinsky, and John Altschuler. Featuring the voice talents of Judge, Brian Doyle Murray, Dave Herman, Linda Cardellini, and Nancy Carell, the sitcom follows a working-class family who find it difficult to live politically-correct lives.

The show debuted to low ratings (3.93 million and a 1.6/5 in the 18-49 demo) on May 27th and was shuffled off to Friday nights after three episodes. In its new timeslot, The Goode Family's viewership dropped even further and averaged a little more than a million viewers each week. It came as little surprise when ABC officially cancelled the show the day after the season finale aired.

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- TVSeriesFinale.com

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The Goode Family and Surviving Suburbia: ABC Prez Says Sitcoms Cancelled

8 August 2009 11:04 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

At today's Television Critic's Association summer press tour, ABC Entertainment President Steve McPherson conceded that two of the network's freshman sitcoms wouldn't be coming back for second seasons.

The Goode Family is an animated series from King of the Hill's Mike Judge, David Krinsky, and John Altschuler. Featuring the voice talents of Judge, Brian Doyle Murray, Dave Herman, Linda Cardellini, and Nancy Carell, the sitcom follows a working-class family who, despite their best efforts, find it difficult to live politically-correct lives.

Surviving Suburbia stars Bob Saget as a father who lives in a typical suburban household but can't seem to find much that makes him happy. Castmembers of the sitcom also include Cynthia Stevenson, Jared Kusnitz, G. Hannelius, Jere Burns, Dan Cortese, Lorna Scott, and Lyndsey Jolly.

Both series have had disappointing runs on ABC. Goode Family debuted to a »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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The Goode Family and Surviving Suburbia: ABC Prez Says Sitcoms Cancelled

8 August 2009 11:04 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

At today's Television Critic's Association summer press tour, ABC Entertainment President Steve McPherson conceded that two of the network's freshman sitcoms wouldn't be coming back for second seasons.

The Goode Family is an animated series from King of the Hill's Mike Judge, David Krinsky, and John Altschuler. Featuring the voice talents of Judge, Brian Doyle Murray, Dave Herman, Linda Cardellini, and Nancy Carell, the sitcom follows a working-class family who, despite their best efforts, find it difficult to live politically-correct lives.

Surviving Suburbia stars Bob Saget as a father who lives in a typical suburban household but can't seem to find much that makes him happy. Castmembers of the sitcom also include Cynthia Stevenson, Jared Kusnitz, G. Hannelius, Jere Burns, Dan Cortese, Lorna Scott, and Lyndsey Jolly.

Both series have had disappointing runs on ABC. Goode Family debuted to a disappointing 3.93 million viewers and a 1.6/5 in the 18-49 demo. »

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The Goode Family: Low Ratings, Shipped to Fridays; Cancel or Keep It?

7 June 2009 10:18 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Fox continues to have success with its animated series so ABC has decided to give the genre another try. So, how is The Goode Family faring?

Co-created by King of the Hill's Mike Judge, The Goode Family is an animated series that revolves around a family that's obsessed about being "green" and living a politically correct lifestyle. The show stars the voice talent of Judge, David Herman, Nancy Carell, Linda Cardellini, and Brian Doyle Murray.

The series debuted on May 27th to mixed reviews and disappointing ratings. Only 3.93 million people tuned in with a 1.6/5 rating/share in the 18-49 demographic. That put the animated premiere in fourth place in total viewers and in third place in the coveted demo. What's more, the show lost 57% of lead-in Wipeout's audience.

  For week two, ABC ran a pair of episodes and both performed poorly. Episode two attracted just 3.17 million viewers and a 1.2/4 in »

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Steve Carell Swaps Office for General Store

15 January 2009 11:52 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Not that it's too difficult a feat to achieve, but Steve Carell just surpassed Michael Scott in the battle of small business prowess. The Office star is now the proud owner of a local landmark general store in the historic village of Marshfield Hills, Mass., where Carell and wife Nancy Walls own a summer home. "This is much more of an emotional investment than a business one," Carell told the Boston Globe. "I saw an opportunity to help preserve a little piece of history." Expect applications for assistant to the regional general store manager to start pouring in any day now. The actor purchased the 155-year-old building that houses the Marshfield Hills General Store last year »

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