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11 items from 2014


‘Marry Me’, the new series from David Caspe, releases its first trailer

11 May 2014 5:17 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Over the course of its three-season run, the ABC show Happy Endings garnered quite a bit of critical acclaim, leading many to lament the show’s cancellation in 2013. Fans of the series, however, were excited to learn that creator David Caspe was already working on a new show, excitement that increased with the news that NBC had given it a series order. Titled Marry Me, the show reunites Caspe with Happy EndingsCasey Wilson, who is joined in the cast by Ken Marino, Tim Meadows, John Gemberling, Sarah Wright, and JoBeth Williams. Now, along with the announcement that the show will be airing on Tuesdays starting in the fall, NBC has released the first trailer for the series. The trailer can be seen below.

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- Deepayan Sengupta

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NBC starts series orders with 'Marry Me,' 'Allegiance' and Katherine Heigl in 'State of Affairs'

6 May 2014 5:14 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Not content to let Fox hog the pre-upfronts series order merry-go-round, NBC started its 2013-2014 series pickups on Tuesday (May 6) afternoon. Thus far, NBC has given series orders to the comedy "Marry Me" and the dramas "Odyssey," "Allegiance" and "State of Affairs," starring Katherine Heigl. "Marry Me" comes from "Happy Endings" veteran David Caspe and was directed by Seth Gordon ("The Goldbergs"). It comes from Sony Pictures Television. Casey Wilson and Ken Marino topline "Marry Me" as a couple who have been together for six years. After a botched attempt at a wedding proposal, they decide to hold off until they can get it right. Hilarity may ensue. "Marry Me" also stars Sarah Wright, John Gemberling, Tymberlee Hill and Tim Meadows. "Allegiance" was created and directed by George Nolfi ("The Adjustment Bureau"), who will executive produce along with Avi Nir (“Homeland”), Ron Leshem, Amit Cohen, Yona Wisenthal and Giyora Yahalom. »

- Daniel Fienberg

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NBC orders Casey Wilson comedy from 'Happy Endings' creator to series

6 May 2014 4:56 PM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

NBC has said “I do” to Happy Endings star Casey Wilson and her fiance/Happy creator David Caspe. In its first comedy pilot pickup of the season, the network picked up the single-camera comedy Marry Me to series on Tuesday. The story revolves around an inseparable longtime couple, Annie (Wilson) and Jake (Childrens Hospital’s Ken Marino), who return from a two-week island vacation, and after a botched proposal plan, they decide to put off getting engaged until they can get it together.

Sarah Wright, John Gemberling, Tymberlee Hill, and Tim Meadows are also in the cast. Caspe is serving »

- Dan Snierson

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NBC Orders Relationship Comedy from ‘Happy Endings’ Creator

6 May 2014 4:39 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

NBC has given a series order to “Marry Me,” the relationship comedy penned by David Caspe (“Happy Endings”) and directed Seth Gordon (“The Goldbergs”).

The project stars Casey Wilson (“Happy Endings”) and Ken Marino (“Veronica Mars,” “Eastbound & Down”) as a couple in a long-term relationship. He’s all set to pop the question after a romantic vacation — until she loose on him for not proposing on their trip.

The cast also includes Sarah Wright, John Gemberling, Tymberlee Hill and Tim Meadows.

Caspe and Gordon are exec producing with Jamie Tarses (“Men at Work”). “Marry Me” is a production of Sony Pictures Television and FanFare Productions.

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- Whitney Friedlander

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Amy Poehler-Produced ‘Broad City’ Gets Season 2 Pickup At Comedy Central

24 February 2014 6:22 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

The odd-couple comedy adapted from Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer’s digital series is coming back for more. Broad City, about two NYC friends navigating their way through the life’s minutiae, launched last month on Comedy Central and is averaging 1.2M viewers at 10:30 Pm Wednesdays. Jacobson and Glazer star as broke, flawed twentysomethings who constantly meet the challenges the Big City throws at them, no matter how bad it gets. Hannibal Buress, Arturo Castro, Paul Downs, John Gemberling, Chris Gethard and Stephen Schneider co-star. Jacobson and Glazer executive produce along with Amy Poehler, Dave Becky, Sam Saifer and Tony Hernandez. Related: TCA: Amy Poehler Weighs In On ‘SNL’ Hirings, Golden Globes, ‘Broad City’ »

- THE DEADLINE TEAM

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Broad City

16 February 2014 10:45 PM, PST | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Network: Comedy Central

Episodes: Ongoing (half-hour)

Seasons: Ongoing

TV show dates: January 22, 2014 -- Tbd

Series status: Has not been cancelled

Performers include: Ilana Glazer, Abbi Jacobson, Hannibal Buress, Arturo Castro, Paul W. Downs, John Gemberling, Chris Gethard, and Stephen Schneider.

TV show description:

This odd couple comedy is based on a web-series of the same name. It follows two best friends -- Ilana (Ilana Glazer) and Abbi (Abbi Jacobson) -- as they navigate their twenties in New York City. Their adventures always lead them down unexpected and outlandish paths.

They're broke, flawed and don't shy away from the sticky situations that the Big Apple throws at them. No matter how bad it gets, these young broads are always down with whatever hits them.

Series Finale

Episode #Tbd »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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Jeri Ryan Joins “Helix,” Lifetime Plans the End of “Drop Dead Diva” and Dwayne Johnson Goes to HBO

14 February 2014 5:03 AM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

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Once Upon a Time has cast a Glinda for its Wizard of Oz story arc. TVLine reports that Sunny Mabrey has been picked to play the Good Witch.

Lifetime has announced that Drop Dead Diva will end with the upcoming sixth season, according to The Hollywood Reporter. I just hope another show quickly steps in to fill the upcoming Brooke Elliott shortage on TV.

Dave Holmes sings the praises of Brit soap Coronation Street, though a lot of his praise highlights the ways UK soaps trump their U.S. counterparts.

EW reports that Jeffrey Dean Morgan is set to appear on Shameless as Fiona‘s new boss. Judging from Morgan’s roles on Weeds, Supernatural and Watchmen, I’m already starting a deathwatch for his character.

Seth Meyers promises that Stefon will eventually appear on Late Night, saying that Bill Hader wants to bring his Saturday Night Live character to Meyer’s show eventually. »

- Lyle Masaki

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5 Scenes From 'Broad City' to Show You Why You Should Be Watching Comedy Central's New Series

13 February 2014 11:16 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

On its surface, Comedy Central's "Broad City" isn't an easy sell. Created by comedians Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, two Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre alums who managed to turn their web series into a television one, "Broad City" is mainly about being young and broke and not giving a damn, which is general and not unexplored territory. The show has the occasional guest star -- Fred Armisen, Rachel Dratch and Janeane Garofalo have all turned up in the four episodes that have aired so far -- and it has the approval of Amy Poehler, who's the executive producer, but the focus is primarily on newcomers Glazer and Jacobson as exaggerated versions of themselves, with Hannibal Buress as Ilana's dentist fuckbuddy Lincoln and John Gemberling as Bevers, Abbi's roommate's freeloading boyfriend. And "Broad City" is very, very funny, in a joyfully slovenly way -- it manages to capture the feeling »

- Alison Willmore

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5 Scenes From 'Broad City' to Show You Why You Should Be Watching Comedy Central's New Series

13 February 2014 11:16 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

On its surface, Comedy Central's "Broad City" isn't an easy sell. Created by comedians Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, two Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre alums who managed to turn their web series into a television one, "Broad City" is mainly about being young and broke and not giving a damn, which is general and not unexplored territory. The show has the occasional guest star -- Fred Armisen, Rachel Dratch and Janeane Garofalo have all turned up in the four episodes that have aired so far -- and it has the approval of Amy Poehler, who's the executive producer, but the focus is primarily on newcomers Glazer and Jacobson as exaggerated versions of themselves, with Hannibal Buress as Ilana's dentist fuckbuddy Lincoln and John Gemberling as Bevers, Abbi's roommate's freeloading boyfriend. And "Broad City" is very, very funny, in a joyfully slovenly way -- it manages to capture the feeling »

- Alison Willmore

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Steve Talley Joins ABC’s ‘Damaged Good’, John Gemberling Added To ‘Marry Me’

12 February 2014 9:28 AM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Steve Talley is set as one of the leads in Lauren Iungerich’s ABC comedy pilot Damaged Goods. Described as a comedy about the sexual politics that have changed between men and women in this post-feminist era, it revolves around three damaged women and two damaged men who explore the minutiae of love and relationships. Talley, repped by Domain and Framework, will play one of the men, Jason, a lovable ladies man who sabotages his relationships. He’s coming off FX pilot Death Pact and is currently recurring on The Crazy Ones. John Gemberling has been added to Marry Me, NBC’s single-camera comedy pilot from David Caspe, about a young couple, Jake (Marino) and Annie (Wilson), who get engaged, something they quickly realize is harder than it looks. Gemberling, repped by CAA and Principato-Young, will play Gil, Jake’s best friend, who’s divorced and pines over his ex-girlfriend. »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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TV Review: Comedy Central’s ‘Broad City’

20 January 2014 7:02 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Like a lot of Web-to-tv transplants, “Broad City” feels a trifle narrow, and occasionally labors to find enough material to fill even a half-hour. At its core, though, this Comedy Central series has an endearing pair in cash-strapped twentysomething pals, Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, struggling to survive in New York. The demo, gender and location will likely invite comparisons to “Girls,” but with a zanier tone and less angst-ridden self-indulgence, these girls are clearly all about the comedy – a spritz of fresh air on a network where most offerings have the pungent aroma of a men’s locker room.

Counting Amy Poehler among its producers and featuring cameos by the likes of Fred Armisen and Janeane Garofalo, “Broad City” surrounds its relatively unknown Upright Citizens Brigade alums with some veteran players but derives most of its charm from its struggling heroines and some of the miscreants that populate their world. »

- Brian Lowry

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