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The multi-cam comedy features James as a newly retired cop who discovers the challenges of living with his family full-time. Erinn Hayes, Taylor Spreitler, Mary-Charles Jones, James Digiacomo, Ryan Cartwright, Leonard Earl Howze, Lenny Venito and Gary Valentine also star.
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CBS has released the trailers for the new shows debuting during the network’s 2016-17 season, including the upcoming revival of “Star Trek.” The first look teaser for the sci-fi series had no footage, but promised “new crews, new villains, new heroes, new worlds.”
Though the logo simply says “Star Trek,” Variety has learned that the series will have a more specific title to be unveiled at a later date. Later installments in the “Star Trek” television franchise had titles that differentiated them from the original series — “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” “Star Trek: Voyager,” and “Star Trek: Enterprise.”
Check out the videos for the new series below.
“MacGyver,” a reimagining of the classic series, is an action-adventure »
- Laura Prudom
CBS has given an official series order to Kevin James’ new comedy “Kevin Can Wait.” The previously untitled project from CBS Television Studios and Sony Pictures Television had already received a production commitment for the 2016-17 season from the network.
The multi-camera comedy stars James as a newly retired police officer looking forward to spending carefree, quality time with his wife and three kids, only to discover he faces tougher challenges at home than he ever did on the streets. Erinn Hayes is set to star as James’ character’s wife, with Taylor Spreitler, Mary-Charles Jones, James Digiacomo, Ryan Cartwright, Leonard Earl Howze, Lenny Venito and Gary Valentine rounding out the cast.
Comedy vet Bruce Helford will serve as showrunner and exec producer with Rock Reuben, James, Jeff Sussman and Andy Fickman. The series is being produced through James’ overall deal with Sony Pictures TV.
In a statement last fall »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
CBS has officially ordered Kevin James‘ new sitcom to series, TheWrap has learned. Currently entitled “Kevin Can Wait,” the show stars James as a police officer who retires after 20 years on the force and looks forward to spending more time with his wife and kids, only to find that the retired life is not as easy as he thought. Erinn Hayes will play Donna, Kevin’s wife of two decades, who has had to hold the family together before her husband’s retirement. Also Read: 'Good Wife' Fans in Meltdown Over Slap-Happy Series Finale: 'Wtf?' The series also stars Taylor Spreitler, »
- Joe Otterson
Somewhere, Warren Beatty is having a good chuckle over the name of Kevin James‘ new CBS sitcom. The formerly untitled project, which was ordered to series earlier this year, will be called "Kevin Can Wait," TVLine has learned.
The multi-cam sitcom finds James playing a retired cop looking forward to spending more quality time with his wife Donna (played by Childrens Hospital‘s Erinn Hayes) and three kids (including Melissa & Joey‘s Taylor Spreitler), only to discover he faces a tougher time at home than he did on the streets.
The cast also includes Mary-Charles Jones, »
The show revolves around a newly retired police officer, played by James, looking forward to spending more quality time with his wife and three kids, only to discover he faces much tougher challenges at home than he ever did on the streets. Hayes will play Donna, his wife of 20 years who had to hold the family together while waiting for him to retire from the police force.
Hayes joins an ensemble that includes Taylor Spreitler, who will play the duo’s daughter Kendra; Mary-Charles Jones, as their other daughter; James Digiacomo, as their youngest child Jack; Ryan Cartwright, who will play Chale, who is in love with Spreitler’s Kendra; and Leonard Earl Howze, as Goody, Kevin’s former police partner and one of his closest friends. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Kevin James, meet your new missus.
Hayes will play Donna, who has been married to James’ character for 20 years and has been keeping the family running until her husband retires from the police force.
The multi-cam sitcom — which received a 13-episode order from CBS, is slated to debut during the 2016-17 season and does not yet have a title — finds James playing a retired cop looking forward to spending »
Way back in August 2014, Dimension Films released the first trailer for Amityville: The Awakening, which at the time, was scheduled to hit theaters on January 2, 2015. Just a month later, the studio yanked the film out of its release date, and we haven't heard anything about it since then. Today, The Weinstein Company has released yet another trailer, which features largely the same footage as the first teaser, with the movie now set for release on April 1. This thriller will be going up against Collide, God's Not Dead 2 and Rings.
Amityville: The Awakening is a revival of the popular franchise and a modern twist on the classic horror film. In the movie, Belle (Bella Thorne) and her family move into a new house, but when strange phenomena begin to occur, Belle begins to suspect her Mother isn't telling her everything and soon realizes they just moved into the infamous Amityville house. »
Beckham will play himself in the episode, while Bridges will appear as Pete Delaney, who was Beckham’s high school football coach. Bridges’ daughter Emily will also guest star as his character’s daughter, Mia. The episode will air on Feb. 10.
In other casting news:
Own has announced casting for original drama series “Queen Sugar,” from Ava DuVernay. Joining previously announced star Rutina Wesley are Dawn-Lyen Gardner, Kofi Siriboe and Omar J. Dorsey. Gardner will play Charley Bordelon West, the manager and wife of basketball superstar Davis West. Siriboe is Ralph Angel Bordelon, formerly incarcerated and trying to make a new start. »
- Jacob Bryant
How’s this for family dysfunction? On Thursday’s Elementary (CBS, 10/9c), Morland confesses that he once suspected his own son of trying to off him!
RelatedCBS Moves Elementary to Sunday
In TVLine’s exclusive video, Sherlock confronts his pops about the shocking reveal, assuring him that even though his theory is false — “You’re alive” after all, the younger Holmes points out — their relationship “has reached its end.”
And here’s another disturbing thought: Morland didn’t immediately reach out to his brilliant P.I. offspring for help with the attempted murder investigation, leaving Sherlock to wonder, “Were you »
NCIS will be adding a real pistol to its armory in Season 14.
As first reported by TVLine’s Ask Ausiello — two weeks before Michael Weatherly’s end-of-season exit was announced — TV’s most watched drama is aiming to add two series regulars for the foregone conclusion that is Season 14. And now we have intel on the female of the two noobs.
To be introduced in time for the Season 13 finale, the CBS drama is seeking a “name” actress to play “Tess,” an FBI Special Agent in her »
Look out Kevin James — your new TV daughter’s got a mind of her own.
Melissa & Joey‘s Taylor Spreitler has joined CBS’ straight-to-series Untitled Kevin James Project as Kendra, James’ former people-pleasing daddy’s girl who has been radicalized by college and now has her own independence and point of view.
RelatedPilot Season ’16: Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) New Shows, Who’s In Them
The multi-cam sitcom, which received a 13-episode order from CBS and is slated to debut during the 2016-17 season, finds King of Queens vet James playing a retired cop looking forward to spending »
Melissa & Joey alumna Taylor Spreitler is set as a regular opposite Kevin James in his multi-camera comedy series at CBS. The untitled show, from Sony Pictures TV, James' studio-based Hey Eddie Productions and CBS TV Studios, centers on a newly retired police officer (James) who looks forward to spending more quality time with his wife and three kids — only to discover he faces much tougher challenges at home than he ever did on the streets. Spreitler will play Kendra… »
13 items from 2016
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