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Below, you'll find a list of NBC's recent/current/upcoming primetime TV shows and their present status. To see a series' ratings, click the links in the middle column.
Shows include 1600 Penn, About A Boy, Believe, Betty Whites's Off Their Rockers, The Blacklist, Camp, Chicago Fire, Chicago Pd, Community, Crisis, Crossbones, Crossing Lines, Deception, Do No Harm, Dracula, The Family Guide, Fashion Star, Food Fighters, Go On, Grimm, Growing Up Fisher, Guys With Kids, Hannibal, Hollywood Game NIght, Ironside, The Michael J. Fox Show, The Million Second Quiz, The New Normal, The Night Shift, The Office, Parenthood, Revolution, Saturday Night Live, Save Me, Saving Hope, Sean Saves The World, Siberia, The Sing-Off, Smash, Take It All, Undateable, »
You may not have heard the name Jay Mohr in a while, but the former SNL cast member is still a pretty funny dude and has recently taken his comedic chops to Hulu. Mohr is the host of Money Where Your Mouth Is, a new game show catered to guys who just want to answer questions about bro stuff. Money Where Your Mouth Is makes it very clear who the intended audience is. Each episode features three male friends, who must stand behind podiums and answer questions about sports, movies, and TV. Later, to switch things up, the men must show off "man-skills", such as their ability to craft a Heisman trophy out of clay. To wrap things up, the two finalists have a debate about a sports or pop culture subject, with the victor gaining bragging rights over all his friends. Mohr is the glue that holds this masculine spectacle together. »
- Sam Gutelle
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 ratings -- New episodes: Survivor, Nashville, Super Fun Night, Modern Family, Back in the Game, The Tomorrow People, Arrow, The X Factor, and The Middle. Specials: Christmas in Rockefeller Center and Saturday Night Live: SNL Christmas. Reruns: Criminal Minds and CSI.
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Fox has secured the cast of its new comedy that’s based on the life of stand-up comedian John Mulaney. Actors Elliott Gould, Nasim Pedrad, Seaton Smith and Zack Pearlman are set to join Mulaney and Martin Short in the sitcom dubbed Mulaney, a project that was originally developed at NBC for last season.
Most of the actors, save Pearlman, were in the NBC project. Now that Fox has ordered it straight to series for fall 2014, the net succeeded in lassoing most of its original cast. (Yey!)
The comedy will be set in New York and will follow an aspiring »
- Lynette Rice
Elliott Gould, Nasim Pedrad, Seaton Smith and Zack Pearlman are joining John Mulaney and Martin Short as cast members in Fox’s new ensemble multi-camera comedy, “Mulaney” (working title). Set in New York, and based on the life and stand-up comedy of Mulaney, the new comedy follows an aspiring comedian (Mulaney) coming of age under the influence of his boss (Short), his roommates and his neighbors. Elliott Gould (“Ray Donovan”) will play Oscar, Mulaney’s colorful and boisterous neighbor, a 71-year-old gay veteran of New York who has seen everything. Nasim Pedrad (“Saturday Night Live,” “The Awesomes”) is set to »
- Tony Maglio
“Mulaney,” which was originally developed at NBC, received a series order from Fox in October. Laffer is set in Gotham and follows an aspiring comedian (Mulaney) who comes of age under the influence of his boss (Short), roommates and neighbors.
Gould, who recently appeared in Showtime’s “Ray Donovan,” will play Oscar, Mulaney’s colorful neighbor who is a gay vet of the New York City scene. Pedrad, a current “Saturday Night Live” cast member, will play one of Mulaney’s roommates, a personal trainer fixated on justice in her romantic life.
Smith will play Motif, »
- AJ Marechal
Updated: Fox has assembled the cast of its recently picked up John Mulaney ensemble comedy series, and it is very close to the project’s original cast when it was a pilot at NBC last season. Back in June, producer Universal TV extended the options of creator/star Mulaney and co-star Martin Short who were the only ones attached when the multi-camera project moved to Fox and was subsequently picked up straight to series with a six-episode order. But the producers had made it known that they intended to bring back several other cast members. New deals have now been completed with Elliott Gould, Saturday Night Live‘s Nasim Pedrad and Seaton Smith, who co-starred in the pilot. Gould and Pedrad will reprise their roles, while Smith’s character Motif will now be one of John’s roommates, replacing Seymour, played in the pilot by Griffin Newman. Zack Pearlman has »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Fox's John Mulaney comedy series is welcoming back a few more members of its original pilot family. Saturday Night Live's Nasim Pedrad, Elliott Gould, Seaton Smith and Zack Pearlman have boarded the comedy based on the stand-up comedian's life, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Gould, Pedrad and Smith all were featured in the original pilot, which was developed at NBC last season. Fox picked up the multicamera comedy straight to series in October. Story: John Mulaney Comedy Lands Series Order at Fox The ensemble comedy was created, written by and stars stand-up comedian Mulaney (a writer on SNL). Pedrad, who
- Lesley Goldberg
Directed by the co-writer of I Heart Huckabees, Aubrey Plaza (Parks And Recreation) features as living-girl-turned-zombie Beth, girlfriend of Zach (Dane DeHaan – The Place Beyond The Pines), who resurrects after dying. What’s the first thing Zach does after discovering his dearly beloved has now departed? Ties her to his oven of course! Co-starring John C. Reilly (Wreck-it Ralph), Paul Reiser (Mad About You), Alia Shawkat (Arrested Development), Molly Shannon (Saturday Night Live) and Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect), this is one comedy we don’t want to miss. These stills give us a glimpse into Beth’s new blood-splattered persona, as well as a hint at the romance between Plaza and DeHaan’s characters.
Life After Beth will premiere at Sundance Film Festival 2014 in January.
Source: Sundance Film Festival
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- Jazmine Sky Bradley
Netflix's critical hit "Orange Is the New Black" picked up four nominations for the 2014 Writers Guild Awards -- where it's entered as a comedy series.
The show (and its cast) is entered in the drama field for some other upcoming awards shows, including the Golden Globes and the Screen Actors Guild Awards. It's a bit of a tweener show, mixing both comedy and drama, but as there are no "dramedy" awards anywhere, it's a comedy for writing purposes.
The full list of series nominees is below. You can go here to see all the WGA TV and radio nominees, including those for news and children's programming. The awards are scheduled for Feb. 1.
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- Michael Ausiello
Jason Noto wrote the screenplay about a family man in New York in the late 1960s who unbeknown to his wife is a full-time dope fiend working in the illegal pornography industry with the FBI on his tail.
Production on the anticipated 18-day shoot started on location in New York on December 2.
Steinsiek is an accomplished effects make-up artist who founded Ill Willed Productions in 2001 and whose clients have included The Jim Henson Company, DreamWorks, Lionsgate, MTV, Law And Order, SNL, The History Channel, Discovery, and HBO. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
NBC lit up the ratings toteboard last night with holiday specials, as “Christmas in Rockefeller Center” and “SNL Christmas gave the net its best Wednesday of the season. Among series, ABC’s comedies returned low but CW’s “Arrow” and CBS’ “Survivor” were on the high side.
According to preliminary national estimates from Nielsen, “Christmas in Rockefeller Center” averaged a 2.3 rating/7 share in adults 18-49 and 9.9 million viewers overall in the 8 o’clock hour, running second in both categories to “Survivor.” The annual NBC special was up 10% from last year for its best demo rating since 2006. It has generally aired opposite other Christmas specials on the competition (last year going up against “A Charlie Brown Christmas” on ABC), but this year it faced none. This is the fourth straight year that “Rockefeller” has maintained or built upon its prior year’s rating.
From 9 to 11 p.m., “Saturday Night Live Christmas »
- Rick Kissell
NBC celebrated the holidays in its front yard on Wednesday night, airing its annual Christmas in Rockefeller Center. The special improved 10 percent from last year, averaging a 2.3 rating among adults 18-49. Saturday Night Live's Christmas clip show (2.6 adults) improved on its live lead-in. The network averaged a 2.5 adults rating and 8.2 million viewers, though preemptions in Portland could see those numbers adjusted. Survivor had the edge at 8 p.m. The CBS competition jumped four-tenths of a point for a 2.6 rating among adults 18-49 and hit a
- Michael O'Connell
TVLine has learned that the Saturday Night Live alum will guest-star in a spring episode of NBC’s cult comedy (returning Thursday, Jan. 2 at 8/7c), playing the eccentric founder of Gcc.
No word on why Elliott’s Russell Borchert resurfaces; we only know that he vanished off the face of the planet Greendale campus decades ago, following a bizarre sex scandal.
Season 5 of Community already boasts an impressive »
- Megan Masters
Back after last Wednesday’s quiet pre-Thanksgiving telecasts and November sweep end, TV was back in almost full force last night. NBC ditched its regular schedule to go full holiday with Christmas In Rockefeller Center (2.3/7) and a Saturday Night Live (2.6/7) SNL Christmas special. Now in its 16th year, the music heavy lighting of the tree in Manhattan had performances by Mariah Carey, Mary J. Blige and Kelly Clarkson among others, last night. It also had a 10% boost over last year’s November 28 show to hit its highest rating since 2006’s 2.6. taking into account that the network’s primetime was preempted in Portland due to an NBA game, the combo of music and comedy scored another Wednesday win for NBC with a 2.5/7 rating. CBS was second with 1.9/6 but No. 1 in total viewers with 8.902 million watching compared to NBC’s 8.225 million. CBS was all encores except for an original Survivor (2.6/8). The reality »
- DOMINIC PATTEN
The CW’s Arrow put up some Barry good numbers this Wednesday night, rising 19 percent to deliver its largest audience since February – 3.24 million total viewers, per finals — while ticking up two tenths to match its season-high demo rating of 1.2.
Leading out of that, The Tomorrow People (1.74 mil/0.6) added a handful of eyeballs while flat in the demo.
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CBS | Survivor (10.6 mil/2.6) surged 20 and 18 percent, grabbing its largest audience of the season.
- Matt Webb Mitovich
It's no secret that, come 2016, President Barack Obama will be out of the White House and out of a job. While the end of his second term in office is still a little over two years away, it appears he's already begun thinking about his next steps -- and they just might include TV.
THR reports that, during a private briefing with entertainment moguls before his Nov. 26 speech at Jeffrey Katzenberg's DreamWorks Animation campus in Glendale, Obama admitted one of his post-White House goals. "At least I know what I want to do when I retire ... host Espn 'SportsCenter's' Top 10 list," he joked as he turned to Disney's Robert Iger, who oversees Espn. (The article notes that, while he had a "good laugh," Iger had no response for Obama.)
While the President was clearly joking (we think), it got us thinking about what other on-camera opportunities would be perfect »
The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year … unless you’re a television addict. Mid-season finales always promise big cliffhangers, which won’t be answered until the calendar reads 2014. It’s basically cruel and unusual punishment. So, in order to make sure you don’t lose your mind this holiday season, we’ve rounded up all the many finales and premieres that December and January hold for us TV lovers. From fall finales and return dates, to season finales and premieres, here is your comprehensive list of television dates. Start your holiday countdowns now!
- Samantha Highfill
Bill Hader’s character Stefon quickly became one of my favorite characters on “Saturday Night Live.” I’m sure I was like most of the country when Hader left–sad and heartbroken that there would be no more Stefon skits. However, the big send-off the character had, complete with Anderson Cooper, was awesome. It was the only way Stefon could go out. Entertainment Weekly must count itself among the Stefon faithful, since they recently caught up with Hader to talk about the last Stefon skit and how it came together. Some of the guest stars–like Ben Affleck–were just by happenstance, while others–like the myriad of crazy people mentioned in Stefon’s skits–were culled together [ Read More ]
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