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If Married With Children can spawn a spin-off, Ugly Betty surely could at least do a reunion show, don't you think? "I would love to," says Salma Hayek, who produced the series starring America Ferrera. Even though Betty has "such a special place in my heart," Hayek sadly said she doesn't see a reunion happening anytime soon. I caught up with the Oscar nominee at the Toronto International Film Festival, where she was promoting her labor of love, an animated adaptation of poet Kahlil Gibran's bestseller The Prophet. It's told through eight chapters, each directed by a different director. "I had a vision for something that I thought was original, to have »
SyFy’s new series, Z Nation, is the latest entry in the pop culture zombie craze and Executive Producer Karl Schaefer, is happy to point all the things that make his undead from the other ones lumbering around. Plus, with two decades of TV roles behind them, Grant Goodeve (Eight Is Enough) and Ted McGinley (Married With Children) team up for a new project.
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- Mike Raub
Now that Boy Meets World has found new life through a modern day spin-off (and Full House is looking to follow its lead), the one and only first family of Fox are looking to bring back their beloved tales of material woes with a Married… with Children spin-off series centered on the smartest Bundy of them all, Bud (David Faustino), Aka Grandmaster B.
According to E! Online, Sony TV is currently taking pitch meetings for the still untitled Bud Bundy series, with hopes of it eventually being picked up by a network and brought to air. While speaking with Christina Applegate during Kate Sagal’s Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony this ...
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- Anthony Ocasio
Nearly twenty years after "Married With Children" ended its television run, the Bundys could be returning in a spin-off focusing on Bud Bundy, played by David Faustino. It's still unclear if any of the other original cast-members, including Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal and Christina Applegate, would be involved in the spin-off. Unlike Faustino, they all have gone on to success. O'Neill currently stars on "Modern Family," Applegate starred on several TV series and films like "Anchorman." And Sagal was a regular on "Futurama" and "Lost," and is currently wrapping up the final season of the "Sons of Anarchy" series. »
It's been more than 17 years since Married... with Children went off the air but now one of Bundy's may be coming back to television.
According to E!, Sony Pictures Television is shopping a spin-off of the Fox series which would revolve around son Bud Bundy, as played by David Faustino. No word on if any of the other castmembers would be involved in some way.
Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal, Christina Applegate and Faustino reunited earlier this week in Hollywood where Sagal was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Her star is right next to O'Neill's. Here's the ceremony:
At the ceremonies, Sagal said, "We've talked about [a reunion] every year, but then there are so many pieces that have to be in alignment that for some reason it never happens... But we »
Will Christina Applegate star in a spin off from Married with Children? The actress got her start on Married with Children as Christina starred a as the slutty Kelly Bundy and with rumors of a spin off, fans are curious. The original stars were Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal, Christina Applegate and David Faustino. Here's what we know according to the Hollywood Reporter, the studio "that produced the Fox series is taking out a pitch for a follow-up to Married … With Children" but it won't be based on Christina Applegate's character, it will be based on Faustino's Bud Bundy. But that could mean cameos or recurring roles for any of the four stars. More TV notes… Lily Collins thought it was the "end of the world" when she lost out on a role in 'Gossip Girl'. The 25-year-old actress was devastated when she failed to land a part »
In response to news going public that a spin off could be in the works for his character, the actor Facebooked his reaction.
"So..this story just dropped on the Hollywood Reporter today... (Would be nice, wouldn't it?)," he wrote.
Photos: Through The Years: TV's Favorite Families
E! News broke the story that Sony Pictures Television is pitching a Bud "Mwc" spinoff (according to the web site's sources).
"We're going to do something with Dave maybe. I don't know ...
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“Whatever happened to Bud Bundy from Married… With Children?” If you’ve ever lost sleep asking yourself that question — it’s Ok, we’re not judging you — this news should be music to your ears.
Related Report: Full House Revival In the Works With Original Cast Members Attached
A source has confirmed to TVLine that a pitch for a Married spin-off, focusing on David Faustino’s Bud, has been developed. Of course, a lot has to happen before a pitch can become a pilot, so don’t get too excited just yet.
Interestingly enough, this wouldn’t be Married‘s first spin-off. »
Sony, who produced the sitcom for Fox, is taking out the pitch to various networks. At this time, it is unclear if any other cast members will return.
The show originally starred Ed O'Neill as Dad Al Bundy. He is currently one of the main cast members of the very popular ABC sitcom Modern Family. Its unlikely he will return in a substantial role, though a cameo appearance or two is not out of the question. Katey Sagal, who played mom Peggy Bundy, is currently appearing in her final season of Sons of Anarchy and does not have another show currently in the works. Same with Christina Applegate, who played daughter Kelly Bundy. Is it possible that they »
Almost two decades after it wrapped, the world of classic sitcom "Married... with Children" is coming back to television. Sony Pictures Television is reportedly developing a spinoff to the Fox series which would follow David Faustino's now grown up Bud Bundy.
E! News reports that no network deal is in place as yet as pitch meetings are only just beginning.
It's unclear which other castmembers would be involved in the potential spinoff, or who would be writing and producing the follow-up.
- Garth Franklin
Whoa, Bundy! Nearly two decades after it went off the air, pioneering Fox sitcom “Married … With Children” may be coming back — in spinoff form. Also read: ‘Married With Children,’ ‘X-Files,’ '90210' Stars Reunite for Fox's 25th Birthday According to a new report E! Online, Sony Pictures Television is currently in the process of pitching a spinoff of the series, which ran from 1987 to 1997. The spinoff would center around Bud Bundy, the loser of a son played by David Faustino. However, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap that “reports are way too premature and no deals »
- Tim Kenneally
Nostalgia seems to be the name of the game with TV networks as of late, with classic Fox series "Married... With Children" considering a spinoff of its own.
E! reports that a new "Married" series would focus on the character of Bud Bundy, played by David Faustino in the original show, and his own family. Faustino is reportedly on board for the reboot, and other original cast members may follow suit.
The former costars staged a reunion Tuesday when "Married" matriarch Katey Sagal received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, with Faustino, Ed O'Neill, and Christina Applegate all on hand to support Sagal. There, Applegate alluded to a possible on-screen Bundy reunion.
"We're going to do something with Dave maybe. I don't know if it will be in character," Applegate told E!. "But I don't really know. I don't know what that's going to be. I don't know »
- Katie Roberts
Unfortunately Zac Efron won’t be stripping down for Magic Mike Xxl, George Clooney will play a wedding guest on a major show (following his actual wedding), romance rumors swirl around Katie Holmes and Robin Thicke, and more of today’s First Dibs.
Sources say Channing Tatum denied Zac Efron a part Magic Mike Xxl. Depressing, we know. [Naughty but Nice Rob] George Clooney will make an cameo in a Downtown Abbey charity sketch. [Time] Despite rumors, it looks like Katie Holmes and Robin Thicke do not have a “new romance” brewing. [Gossip Cop] Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius was declared not guilty of premeditated murder when he shot and killed his girlfriend last Valentine’s Day. He’ll continue with court proceedings for possible “culpable homicide.” [Washington Post] Liv Tyler is pregnant with baby number two. [Hollywood Life] Vanessa Lachey shows off her growing baby bump. [E!] Leah Michele and boyfriend Matthew Paetz move in together. [People] Ellen Pompeo says, “I definitely don »
- Taylor Ferber
The cast of Married With Children reunited in Hollywood on Tuesday to help honor Katey Sagal, who famously played the show's matriarch, Peggy. Christina Applegate, Ed O'Neill, and David Faustino were all on hand when Katey was awarded her very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. During the ceremony, the cast gave speeches in Katey's honor, and Christina joked about how she was stunned when she first met Katey on set. She said, "I met Katey when I was 15 years old . . . I'll never forget the day that I met her. I walked into the rehearsal hall for Married with Children, and she was sitting there wearing a white t-shirt and jeans, and I've never seen anyone look that good in a white t-shirt and jeans in my entire life." Christina added, "The fact that your body is better now than it was then makes me sick. Because I'm »
The Bundys are back together! Katey Sagal was awarded with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Sept. 9, and was celebrated by familiar faces — her Married With Children costars! Seventeen years after the final episode of the sitcom aired, Sagal, 60, posed for a photo with former costars Christina Applegate, Ed O'Neill and David Faustino. O'Neill played her on-screen husband Al, while Applegate and Faustino played their kids Kelly and Bud. In a video posted on the Walk of Fame [...] »
The Bundys look like one big happy family...for a change! Seventeen years after the last episode of Married With Children aired, Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal, Christina Applegate and David Faustino--aka Al, Peg, Kelly and Bud--were all together again Tuesday in honor of Sagal, who received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The precise timing of course coincides with tonight's premiere of the seventh and final season of Sons of Anarchy, the gritty FX series that has won Segal a new generation of fans for her role as crass, determined, fiercely protective and super-unstable family matriarch Gemma Teller. Her current TV son, Charlie Hunnam, was also on hand today to support the mother of all motorcycle »
Katey Sagal received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday, and her "Married With Children" family was on hand to celebrate the actress' 40-year career. The Hollywood veteran was joined by fellow Bundys Christina Applegate, Ed O'Neill and David Faustino ... as well as her "Sons of Anarchy" costars and husband Kurt Sutter.The 60-year-old actress has built an impressive resume of film and TV roles, but she’s most famous for two unforgettable television characters: Peg Bundy on "Married With Children," which ran for 11 seasons on Fox, and Gemma Teller Morrow on "Sons of Anarchy," which wraps after seven seasons this fall on FX."I met Katey when I was 15 years old, so it's been about 10 years since we met," Applegate joked at the ceremony. "I'll never forget the day that I met her. I walked into the rehearsal hall for 'Married with Children' and »
- tooFab Staff
Before Homer Simpson, Dan Conner, and Peter Griffin, Al Bundy was the classic middle/lower-class beer-drinking TV dad. Seasons 1 and 2 of Married with Children are now available on DVD, and re-watching the first two seasons of Married with Children, like FX’s retrospect on The Simpsons, reminded me how much the characters and messages changed in the life of the show.
In seasons 1 and 2, Al and Peggy are a meaner version of Dan and Roseanne Conner or Homer and Marge Simpson. Al works at a shoe store, but his minimum wage job cannot support the lifestyle that Peggy and his children Kelly and Bud desire. Most of the humor of Married with Children is derived from Al and Peggy’s get-rich schemes and the typical battle-of-the-sexes sitcom shenanigans. Al wants to watch sports, but Peggy wants Al to be romantic. Peggy forces the entire family to go on a diet, »
- Rachel Kolb
Some things are just meant to be.“I’ve been walking on those stars my whole life,” says L.A. native Katey Sagal of the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame. Now, to celebrate her 40-plus year career in the business, the actress is getting a star of her own — an honor she calls “humbling.”
“It makes me think of my family, it makes me think of my father,” she says. “What I do is what I was raised around, so there’s something familial about that.” Sagal’s father, Boris, was a TV and film director who gave her a start in the business, along with her SAG card — even though she insisted she had no interest in becoming an actor. “But maybe that’s because I was a very dramatic child,” she jokes.
Back then, she only wanted to play music, and that’s how she made her living. »
- Debra Birnbaum
Family Guy: A realistic view of the modern western family, said no one anywhere, ever.
Like the All in the Family, Married with Children, and The Simpsons before it, Family Guy presents a view of the nuclear family that is sheer hyperbole, an exaggerated look at family life in the middle class, and all the little quirks that come along with it. At the head of that family, in the case of Family Guy, sits Peter Griffin (that’s Pea-Tear Gryphon), the impulsive, crude, yet inexplicably successful father figure.
He is, literally, an idiot (thank you, Petarded), and prone to the most embarrassing family and social interactions around. On top of that, he’s frequently risking life and limb of himself or his family members for sheer laughs, and does not know the definition of the word restraint. Or where to look it up.
So are you the Peter Griffin of your family? »
- Jay Anderson
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