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The Emmy-award winning series follows Larry David playing a semi-fictionalized version of himself as he lives his life as a semi-retired television writer and producer in Los Angeles and New York City. With a plethora of hilarious characters that surround David’s character, laughs aren’t hard to come by in this HBO classic.
The preview below gives a glimpse of the many guest stars on the show,
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The tug of war between the two factions is at the heart of the new CBS comedy, which premiered Thursday and which mocks both stuck-in-the-old-ways Jack and thin-skinned millennials like his new co-workers Clark (Superbad‘s Christopher Mintz-Plasse), Emma (Christine Ko) and Mason (Shaun Brown). Whose side you take likely depends on in what decade you were born.
Et joined the cast of the new CBS sitcom on two recent adventures -- a wine tasting excursion at Malibu Wine Safaris, and a glamping day in Los Angeles. We captured all the fun on social media so you can feel like you were there, too! Watch along as Joel McHale and his millennial co-stars feed a giraffe, imbibe and indulge in s’mores.
The Great Indoors, co-starring Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Chris Williams, Christine Ko, Shaun Brown and Susannah Fielding, premieres Thursday, Oct. 27, at 8:30 p.m. Et/Pt on CBS after The Big Bang Theory.
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Community grad Joel McHale — who stars as Jack Gordon, a renowned adventure reporter brought in from the cold to shepherd an outdoor magazine’s young, online editorial staff — countered that the workplace sitcom is “not just jokes about SnapChat. It is about generations,
The workplace comedy, which follows McHale’s outdoor-magazine reporter character as he transitions to a job in the publication’s millenial-run digital department, is “a big sandbox,” McHale told an audience Wednesday at the Television Critics Association summer press tour. “That’s how I felt about Community when I first read it.”
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McHale, whose most recent TV gig was playing conspiracy
The Clueless star, who has previously alleged domestic abuse in her adult relationships, has revealed her history with abuse began much earlier in her life in her upcoming autobiography There Goes My Social Life: From Clueless to Conservative.
She confesses she was molested for the first time aged four by a 16-year-old family acquaintance and she later developed an addiction to cocaine after first trying it at sixteen.
"I couldn't find happiness," the 49-year-old tells People magazine. "It got to a point where I didn't even want to live anymore. The voice in my head was saying, 'There's nothing here for you.'"
She was still addicted to drugs in her early twenties, when she entered into a volatile relationship with a man that abused her. She recalls, "He
But now, the former Clueless star and Fox News pundit is opening up about her excruciating personal pain for the first time, in her book There Goes My Social Life.
"Sometimes my past is extraordinarily heavy," Dash, 49, tells People exclusively. "That's when I scream and cry until I feel like I can breathe again."
Dash was just four years old, living in South Bronx, New York, when she was molested for the first time by a 16-year-old family acquaintance. At sixteen, she
The multi-cam comedy stars McHale as Jack Gordon, a veteran outdoors reporter who butts heads with the younger staff at his magazine's office. Stephen Fry, Chris Williams, Shaun Brown, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Christine Ko, and Susannah Fielding also star.
The network has ordered six new shows, including a reboot of the 1980s action series "MacGyver" and an adaptation of the movie "Training Day." The new shows also include comedies with big names as headliners: Matt LeBlanc and Joel McHale.
CBS has a lot of holes to fill in its schedule this fall. "The Good Wife" ended, "CSI: Cyber" was canceled (leaving the network without a "CSI" series for the first time in 16 years), and "Supergirl" is moving to The CW.
Here's a rundown of all the new CBS shows:
Cast: Michael Weatherly as 'Dr. Jason Bull', Freddy Rodriguez, Geneva Carr, Chris Jackson, Jaime Lee Kirchner, Annabelle Attanasio
Synopsis: A drama inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw as the founder of one of the most prolific trial consulting firms of all time.
The much-hyped reboot was one of four dramas the Eye network ordered to series on Friday, joining Jerry Bruckheimer’s Training Day remake, the Michael Weatherly-fronted Bull, and Jason Katims’ medical entry Pure Genius (fka Bunker Hill).
On the comedy side, CBS has Ok’d Joel McHale’s workplace sitcom The Great Indoors and Matt LeBlanc’s family satire Man With a Plan (fka I’m Not Your Friend). Speaking of the latter, The Office‘s Jenna Fischer — who was set to play LeBlanc’s wife — has exited the project for creative reasons.
Each critic submitted their top five picks in the following categories: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Ensemble, and Breakthrough, Best Screenplay, and Best Documentary. From these submissions, each entry was given a point value and the top five in each category have been placed on the final ballot. The final ballots were then given to each critic to rank in order. The results were once again tabulated and the winners were decided.
This year, there
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