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Coming off a hugely successful year as producers on projects like ‘21 Jump Street‘, ‘Magic Mike‘, and the upcoming ‘White House Down‘, Channing Tatum and producing partner Reid Carolin are now diving head first into the realm of television production!
Alongside their friend, actor Nick Zano, the pair will be co-producing a new comedy series with Warner Bros entitled “Nicky”. Check out Chan’s Facebook comment on the new project below…
We’ve spent many nights laughing our asses off with our pal Nick Zano and his tales of being raised in a multi-generational house of 7 women in New Jersey. And now we’re so proud to announce that we’re bringing those stories to your home! Look out for Nicky, a new sitcom from Warner Bros. TV, starring Nick and produced by us, next year! – Chan & Reid
Stay tuned to CTU for exclusive info on the new project!
What happens to the body during sex? We’ll leave the answering of that titillating quandary in the capable hands of Masters of Sex, Showtime’s new drama series starring Michael Sheen (30 Rock) and Lizzy Caplan (Party Down).
Bowing Sunday, Sept. 29 — following the Homeland premiere –Sex tells the story of William Masters (Sheen) and Virginia Johnson (Caplan), the duo who led the field of human sexuality research in the 1960s.
Press Play below for a peek at the all-new series, then hit the comments: Does this show look Sex-y enough for you?
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- Megan Masters
Warner Bros. TV is betting on an untitled script from Nick Zano and executive produced by Channing Tatum, a Warner Bros. Television representative confirmed to TheWrap. The untitled project is in its very early stages. Aside from writing, Zano will also executive produce along with Tatum and Reid Carolin, who wrote and produced "Magic Mike" and executive produced on "White House Down." Iron Horse Entertainment will produce in association with Wbtv. Newly greenlit for script development, the project is a half-hour, multi-camera comedy based on Zano's own experience being raised in a multi-generational house »
- Jethro Nededog
Exclusive: Channing Tatum and Reid Carolin have teamed with their longtime friend Nick Zano for a half-hour comedy co-written by and starring Zano. The project, titled Nicky, has been set up at Warner Bros TV and will be shopped to the networks this coming development season. Nicky is based on Zano’s experiences being raised in a multi-generational house of seven women in New Jersey. He will play 30-year old Nicky, who is trying to finally move out of the house only to realize he needs to stay and help raise his youngest sister. Tatum and Carolin will executive produce through their production company, marking the duo’s first foray into TV series, while Zano will co-executive produce. Zano, Tatum and Carolin, who have been friends for years, had been looking for a way to tell Nick’s life story for a while. Following Zano’s recent recurring stints on »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Fatherhood isn't the only new gig for Channing Tatum: The actor and movie producer is also branching out into TV production.
Deadline reports that Tatum is teaming up with longtime friend Reid Carolin (below right), with whom he runs the production company Iron Horse Entertainment, to produce a half-hour comedy based on the life of fellow buddy and actor Nick Zano (below left).
Called "Nicky," the show will revolve around Zano's experiences growing up in a multi-generational home with seven women in New Jersey. Zano will star as the titular Nicky, a 30-year-old guy set to leave the house only to wind up staying to help raise his younger sister.
Tatum and Carolin have previously produced several films together -- including "Magic Mike" and the upcoming "White House Down" -- but "Nicky" will mark their first foray into TV. Zano, Tatum, and Carolin, who have been friends for years, »
- Katie Roberts
Update: The guy on the left is allegedly Nick Zano, Amanda Bynes' ex-boyfriend. Get it, girl! Guess somebody got tired of her vagina not being murdered by Drake, huh? Because this is what she posted on her Twitter just a little while ago, in the wee hours of the morning: Hot to the left and Ugly @drake to the right twitpic.com/cn1np1 — Amanda Bynes (@AmandaBynes) April 30, 2013 Meaning that the guy on the left (who even is that?) is hotter than Drake, and Drake is now considered "ugly." Or, as Amanda Bynes herself put it, ugly. The thing is, though, that just a half-day earlier, Amanda was tweeting pics of Drake and captioning them with things like "Loving far apart eyes." Is that a dig on Drake? Or does she, indeed, love "far apart eyes"? Who even knows anymore. The only true thing is that the romance is over for now, »
- tooFab Staff
Another "Happy Endings" double-header proved to have serious consequences for one of the show's couples. For weeks now, Penny has been building toward her wedding to Pete, but a couple's game threw a wrench in all of that. Despite winning the game, and proving they knew the most about one another -- Jane did not take this well -- Penny also realized that Pete wasn't right for her.
She did the right thing, ending it when she did, but rather than go into a deep depression, she was jubilant and productive. She wrote a play and even got a tiny theater to put it on. But the play was her deflecting her feelings about what she'd done to Pete.
In the play, Penny was the Black Plague, destroyer of lives and love. It was in the middle of the performance that she realized what feelings she was really trying to process, »
- The Huffington Post
In the first of this week's episodes, Brad and Jane host a couples game night with Penny, Pete, Max and Scotty, which ends with Penny making a fateful decision.
The off-brand candies - "Two Musketeers" "Reestie's Peanut Butter Klormps" "Skinnnles" "I think there's glass in my Senior Mints ... and My Sophomore Mints." "My bitchdar is pretty rock solid ... you are not fooling me, one-armed surfer girl." "It doesn't take a rocking scientist to see that.." The couples montage set to "You're The Best" from The Karate Kid
"Slow it down, Jackie Joyner Crazy." Least Favorite Moment: "I can't believe Wilson dumped me. Based on some really trumped up hygiene charges." So one episode, and then Wax Off? Damn! Hey Wait A Minute! Wax Off? And "You're The Best" from The Karate Kid? Coincidence? Yeah, probably.Second Least Favorite Moment: Nick Zano is gone!
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Spoiler alert! Save "Happy Endings" crew, it looks like Penny (Casey Wilson) and Pete's (Nick Zano) wedding is in jeopardy… In TheWrap's exclusive sneak peek for Friday's episodes, Penny presents her new play, which is very discouragingly titled, "Black Plague: A Love Story." "I will be playing the role of the 'Black Plague,'" Penny tells the gang, who've assembled for a table read of the play. On a recent visit to the "Happy Endings" set, Wilson talked about the episode and revealed that fan favorite and Penny's off-again-on-again gay Bff substitute, Derrick (Stephen »
- Jethro Nededog
Birthday shoutouts go to Marc Jacobs (above), who is 50, Dennis Quaid is 59, and Cynthia Nixon is 47. The Trans 100 List was released today. Mark Adnum is not a fan of The Celluloid Closet. Andrew Lloyd Webber Adapting School of Rock for Broadway 10 Scoopy Tidbits From This Week's Harrowing 'Shooting Star' Episode of Glee. Warning - Major Spoilers. Brendon Ayanbadejo has released his workout regimen. It appears to be working.
Via Towleroad comes Sam Peters singing, "I'm In Love With A Man." But not that way.
Jon Stewart takes on the sudden marriage-equality political "evolution."
Introducing our new feature - The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we're going to focus on one out athlete/performer and feature a daily pic and career timeline. We'll be showcasing the big names, but also the lesser-known gay celebs who deserve more recognition. This »
In the first of this week's episodes, Penny and Max try to break the habit of texting the men in their lives, with help from a black market cough medicine. And Brad uses his business skills (and the "talents" of his friends) to keep Chuckles & Hugs from closing.
"Well, first I texted him to see if he wanted to go see that new gay Four Tops cover band, the Four Tops, then he texted me back and said he was more of a Smokey Robinson man, to which I texted him back I second that emoticon smiley face." Jane's inspired Lucy-esque tour through the deathtrap of Max's kitchen. "Everything I see reminds me of him: A train going through a tunnel, an oil rig exploding ... two gay guys having sex." "You are watching way too much stock footage and gay porn."
"Okay, I've looked at your books, which »
Here is last week's caption pic winner. This week's caption pic is at the bottom of the page.
Thanks to everyone for participating! The winner is ...
"Been There, Done That.."
Thanks to jonnymohio for this week's winning caption!
Weekend Birthdays! (Note: Birthday shoutouts are for out entertainers, allies, or for any celeb that seems to have a following on Ae). Nick Zano is 35, James Van Der Beek is 36, Kerr Smith is 41 (all above), plus Jack Kenny is 55, Sharon Stone is 55, Jon Hamm is 42, and Carrie Underwood is 30.In ratings news, Glee was up a whopping 47%.In what could be an ominous sign for Southland, Shawn Hatosy has signed up for a new CBS pilot, just a week after Ben McKenzie also booked a new CBS pilot.Ed mentioned in the Meme that Joy Behar is leaving The View, and now it appears that Elisabeth Hasselback may be joining her (well, »
Happy Endings, Season 3, Episode 13 : “Our Best Friend’s Wedding”
Written by Hilary Winston
Directed by Rob Greenberg
Airs Tuesdays at 9pm and 9:30pm Et on ABC
It Is A Double Dose Of Happy Endings! Yep, that’s right. Because of some scheduling problems, we are now being treated to a double dose of Happy Endings to brighten up our week. And with the shenanigans that we find the group in this week are hysterical.
The episode opens with Penny’s engagement party (one that she basically planned herself). While opening presents we discover that Jane has actually decided to be the wedding planner and that Penny has actually forgot to invite her fiancé Pete. After finally getting Pete over there we find out that he actually just wants to elope with Penny, and cue the main setup for this episode.
We find the group going to a wedding expo, »
- Joshua Bouye
And they’ll be doin’ it In Bed. #notreally
Penny (Casey Wilson) gets engaged to Pete (Nick Zano) tonight and it’s going to be amahzing! There will be slime involved, which is sahhh not cyute, but rest assured the P&P Romance Factory will no longer be keepin’ it cazh. To celebrate tonight’s back-to-back episodes, the cast of Happy Endings will be live-tweeting from 9-10 p.m. Et. You can follow along with their commentary right here on EW.com in the nifty module below — so bookmark this page, save the drama for Wilmer Valderrama and come back later on! »
- Annie Barrett
2013 is definitely shaping up to be the Year of Penny.
Happy Endings' unlucky-in-love single lady's dreams will finally come true on Tuesday's episode (9/8c, ABC) when Pete (Nick Zano) pops the question. No, it's not a joke. What is a joke, though, is how the engagement goes awry, and Penny (Casey Wilson) gets engaged the only way she can: in a wedding dress.
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- Joyce Eng
Slowly but surely, we are getting to meet the mothers and fathers of Happy Ending’s eclectic group of friends. This season, we’ve already met both of Alex and Jane’s parents – and they were absolutely perfect in every way – so who will be making their big appearance next? Will it be Dave’s dad, or maybe Brad’s mom? No to both of those possibilities! The next parent will be Penny’s dad and he will bring some pretty disturbing questions with him; questions the characters and the show’s loyal fans will no doubt share. But before we get to what those might be, you probably want to know who will be playing Penny’s dad: how does Andy Richter sound?
You might be a little confused about this casting choice. While terrific as a comedy presence – he does great as Conan O’Brien’s sidekick – it »
- Brody Gibson
The actor has landed a guest spot on the hilarious ABC comedy, TV Line confirms. He will soon stop by as Penny's father, showing up just as her relationship is growing serious with Nick Zano's Pete.
Richter, who serves as Conan O’Brien’s sidekick on TBS of course, will appear some time this spring and, yes, the relatively small age difference between father and daughter will be addressed.
- email@example.com (Matt Richenthal)
Another familiar face will soon be seen on ABC's "Happy Endings."
Andy will appear in an episode set to air this spring, which will address the narrow age difference between Roy and Penny (in reality, the actors are only 14 years apart), the blog reported.
Roy will suddenly resurface in Penny's life as her relationship with current on-screen beau Pete (Nick Zano) grows more serious, according ...
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
Penny (Casey Wilson) on "Happy Endings" has a bevy of issues with men -- and we're about to meet one of the reasons for her relationship problems. Conan O'Brien's longtime sidekick Andy Richter has been cast on the show as Penny's father, Roy.
There's only a 14-year age difference between Richter and Wilson, and TVLine reports that this will be addressed when Richter guest stars on an episode this spring. Turns out that Roy and Dana (Megan Mulally) were very, very young when they had Penny.
We can expect Roy to reenter Penny's life just as things are getting more serious with her and her new boyfriend (Nick Zano) -- who is the first long-term Bf she's ever had. »
Happy Endings is about to ID the guy (at least partly) responsible for Penny’s considerable man issues: her dad!
Related | TVLine’s 2013 Renewal Scorecard: Will Happy Endings Be Back Next Season?
Conan O’Brien’s longtime sidekick will appear in a spring episode that I’m told will address the pair’s relatively tiny age difference (Richer is only 14 years older than Wilson).
According to an insider, Richter’s Roy and Megan Mullally’s Dana had Penny when they were really, »
- Michael Ausiello
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