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Neil Patrick Harris' kids strike again with this cuteness! This time, the fraternal twins met their identical, conjoined and very orange counterparts. The 42-year-old How I Met Your Mother alum posted on his Instagram page on Thursday a photo of his and partner David Burtka's 5-year-old son and daughter, Gideon and Harper, helping with the Thanksgiving meal...which also proved to be rather educational. "Earlier today, prepping for Thanksgiving dinner. Teaching our children both cooking and, apparently, biology. #thankful," he wrote alongside the pic, which shows the kids holding up carrots that have almost split in two. Harris also posted a video of Gideon »
CBS’ Supergirl in Week 4 drew 7.8 million total viewers and a 1.8 rating (per finals), ticking up in the demo for the first time since its launch.
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Leading out of that, Scorpion (9.2 mil/1.7) dipped one tenth and NCIS: La (7.9 mil/1.3) was steady.
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Elsewhere in the ratings….
ABC | Dancing With the Stars (12.4 mil/1.8) slipped two tenths while Castle (6.7 mil/1.1) rose 10 percent and a tenth from last week’s series lows, drawing a best-since-premiere audience.
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Baby, Carter Bays and Craig Thomas know they hurt you with the How I Met Your Mother finale, but now they're out to make it right: Deadline reports that the duo are developing a new show for CBS (albeit a single-camera one this time), one that will make things better than they were before, they swear. Remember how much you loved Himiym's hilariously bizarre version of New York City? Their new show will have that, and even more: It's called New York Mythological, and it tells the story of a midwestern transplant who falls in love with the magic of the Big Apple. And babe, they heard that you found Ted annoying after a while; well, this new show is about a young woman. This time, they swear it's for real. »
- Nate Jones
Though each late-night host addressed the attacks that devastated Paris, it was Stephen Colbert’s mission to find what little good comes of these horrific events that left us teary-eyed.
On Monday’s Late Show, the host did away with his usual start-of-show banter to speak out about the tragedy that took place during the taping of his Nov. 13 episode, which he was then barely able to address.
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“New York is a city that sadly knows all too well the horror the French experienced,” he said. “We also know »
As you and your family gather ’round the Thanksgiving table next week, and Grandma launches into an uncomfortable political rant after Glass of Wine No. 4, just remind yourself of one thing: You’re having a way better Turkey Day than Kara Danvers.
Not only did Monday’s Thanksgiving episode deliver an energetic new villain to Supergirl‘s doorstep, but Kara spent the holiday mediating a fight between her sister and her foster mom, Eliza (played by former Supergirl Helen Slater) — and not even Winn’s puppy-dog eyes could distract Kara from the fact that James was on a romantic Thanksgiving getaway with Lucy. »
Thomas and Bays will write and executive-produce the half-hour comedy New York Mythological, which has landed at CBS, our sister site Deadline reports.
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The potential series revolves around a Midwestern girl who moves to Manhattan and experiences firsthand the magic of the city. It marks the duo’s first writing effort since Himym went off the air in March 2014.
Exclusive: In their first TV writing effort as a duo since creating CBS’ long-running comedy series How I Met Your Mother, Carter Bays and Craig Thomas are returning to the eye network with another comedy project set in the Big Apple, New York Mythological. The single-camera half-hour, which Bays and Thomas will write and executive produce, hails from Sony TV, where the duo inked a rich overall deal in June. It centers on a Midwestern girl who moves to Manhattan and… »
Bad Teacher creator/executive producer Hilary Winston has sold two single-camera comedy projects — My Time/Your Time to CBS with How I Met Your Mother creators/executive producers Carter Bays and Craig Thomas executive producing; and Let’s Pretend This Never Happened to ABC, done in collaboration with Temple Hill and producer Ellen Goldsmith-Vein. Winston will write and executive produce both projects through her overall deal at Sony Pictures TV, where she and her company… »
In tonight’s episode of the CBS drama (8/7c), the titular heroine’s love life will have only gotten more complicated. In fact, because the network opted to reshuffle its episode order and air “Livewire” in place of “How Does She Do It?” — a choice made in the wake of Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris — James and Lucy will have (spoiler alert!) already rekindled their relationship. »
Rashida Jones and Will McCormack’s Le Train Train has set up a comedy project at NBC with writers Matt Zinman & Craig Gerard (How I Met Your Mother). 20th Century Fox TV is the studio. Jones and McCormack launched their TV producing efforts in 2013 with a pod deal at Warner Bros. TV, which yielded a series, NBC’s A to Z, and a pilot, ABC’s Mix. Because of the duo’s commitments outside of the deal — Jones and McCormack have been tapped to write Toy Story 4, and Jones stars… »
Review by Stephen Jones
It Had To Be You screens Friday, November 13th at 7:00pm at The Tivoli Theater as part of this year’s St. louis International Film Festival. Ticket information can be found Here
It Had To Be You is a very, very average movie elevated by the sheer likability of Cristin Milioti. Nothing in the movie is particularly groundbreaking, no envelopes are pushed, but Milioti radiates. She isn’t exactly new on the acting scene; she got her initial exposure (of note) being way too good for the last season of How I Met Your Mother, then a too-brief role in “Wolf of Wall Street,” but here she is carrying an entire movie on the back of her screen presence and charm.
The rest of the movie is perfectly fine, save the person-shaped section of drywall they cast as the male lead. The cast as a whole is mostly solid, »
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Wow. Wow. If only the creators of How I Met Your Mother had known they make baby-size couches, things could have gone so differently for all of us. Indian-based comedy channel Romedy recast How I Met Your Mother for a teeny-tiny promo that features Toddler Ted looking for his future bride alongside Baby Robin and the gang. When will those two crazy "kids" figure out they are meant for each other. Seriously though, babies should be able to get legally married. I'm glad to see someone finally moving us in that direction. »
- Halle Kiefer
24 years ago today, Uncle Jesse took a new step as a dad when his and Becky’s twins were born in a season 5 episode of “Full House.” With two back-to-back episodes penned by series creator Jeff Franklin, the November 12, 1991 hour of “Full House” started with Michelle’s fifth birthday party, featuring a series of flashbacks about the character played by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. Michelle, afraid of losing her status as the baby of the family since Becky’s pregnant, declares she’s going to stay four years old. But another series of flashbacks changes her mind. When Becky’s babies come earlier than expected, Michelle ends up sharing her birthday with the twins, and she wonders whether that will be a good thing. When Jesse — who has spent the episode dealing with sympathy pains — tells Michelle that this will mean three birthday cakes, she says, “That’s a very good thing. »
- Emily Rome
Hotel Cortez has been a popular destination for viewers tuning into American Horror Story: Hotel this fall, so it may come as no surprise that FX has renewed American Horror Story for a sixth season that will premiere next year:
Press Release (via TheHollywoodTimes): Los Angeles, November 10, 2015 – FX has ordered the sixth installment of the groundbreaking and award-winning anthology limited series American Horror Story, it was announced today by John Landgraf, CEO of FX Networks and FX Productions. The as-of-yet untitled sixth installment will air on FX in 2016 with the next chapter of the Emmy® and Golden Globe® winning franchise co-created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.
“With the sixth installment coming next year,American Horror Story has unquestionably joined the ranks of television’s landmark series,” Landgraf said. “From Murder House to Hotel, Ahs has pioneered a new television form as well becoming FX’s highest rated show »
- Derek Anderson
The last multi-camera sitcom to win Best Comedy Series at the Emmys was CBS's "Everybody Loves Raymond" way back in 2005. In the decade since, only three other laugh-track comedies received top series nominations -- "Two and a Half Men" (2006-08), "How I Met Your Mother" (2009) and "The Big Bang Theory" (2011-14) -- but none prevailed. All of that begs the question: Is "Everybody Loves Raymond" TV's last great multi-cam show? -Break- Reactions to Ricky Gervais as Golden Globes host: 'Yes,' 'surprising,' 'lazy' ... "Everybody Loves Raymond" is actually a two-time Emmy winner for Best Comedy Series, having prevailed for season seven in 2003 and for its final hurrah in 2005. That last victory was a big shocker as it took down freshman ratings juggernaut "Desperate Housewives" as well as the previous year's champion "Arrested Development." Over the cou...' »
Kushell’s departure comes amid reports that he had been clashing over the creative direction of the series with co-showrunner Bill Prady.
Though no replacement has officially been appointed, insiders tell Variety ABC is in talks with comedy producer Kristin Newman to step in for Kushell. Newman already has a standing relationship with the network, as she’s a co-exec producer on “Galavant” and held the same position on the alien family laffer “The Neighbors.” Her other major credits include “How I Met Your Mother,” “That ’70s Show,” “Everybody Loves Raymond” and “Chuck.”
ABC last week ordered three more episodes of the ABC Studios comedy, bringing its first-season total to 16 episodes. But the show’s take on the beloved Muppet characters has had a mixed reception. Some critics have complained that the characters have become too »
- Cynthia Littleton
The spookiest day of the year is upon us, and we have enjoyed every bit of this year's Halloween episodes because they always end up being some of the most memorable. Over the years, we've seen some pretty iconic Halloween-themed episodes, especially on shows that have paid homage to the holiday every year, like How I Met Your Mother, The Office, and Parks and Recreation. Take a trip down memory lane to see some of our favorite characters in costumes from this year and years past. »
- Becky Kirsch
Every Oscar season there is a new name or unexpected performer whose work thrusts them into the awards’ season spotlight. Though it is generally only one or two names that audiences must get accustomed to saying in the same breath as Oscar, this year there are a slew of potential actors and actresses that, this time last year, could not have been farther from the Oscar conversation.
Not since Annie Hall‘s best picture win in 1978 has a comedy won the night’s big award, and, possibly as a result, comedic actors are generally not associated with Oscar night. However, this year may see a number of big name comedy stars earning nominations from the Academy.
Seth Rogen, who has proven himself to be a bankable comedy star at the box office over the past decade, has not often had his name bandied about in the Oscar conversation. »
- Patrick Shanley
Talent is currently being sought for the short film “Unnamed.” “Unnamed” is a “How I Met Your Mother”-style comedy about an awkward college student who walks audiences through how he met his crush. Several lead and supporting roles are being sought out of Atlanta and Athens, Georgia for this production. Auditions will be held, with an appointment, on October 29 and November 2. Shooting begins mid-November in Athens. For more details, check out the full casting notice for “Unnamed” here, and be sure to check out the rest of our Atlanta audition listings! »
Today fans of Tom Cruise got some good news. Paramount Pictures has announced that principal photography has begun for the sequel to the 2012 action film, Jack Reacher. Check out all the details here.
Actor/Producer/Stunt Extraordinaire Tom Cruise is back at it again. Paramount Pictures, Skydance Media, and Tom Cruise have elected to go the franchise route with Jack Reacher, the 2012 action film based on the Lee Child's book called "One Shot, which itself is part of a series of Jack Reacher novels. The new film will be titled Jack Reacher: Never Go Back and will be based on the 18th book in Childs' Jack Reacher series titled "Never Go Back". The new film is set to release on October 21, 2016, and will be directed by Edward Zwick. The film will be produced by Tom Cruise himself in addition to Don Granger, David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Christopher McQuerrie. »
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