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Supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio has joined Paramount's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 as the love interest for Will Arnett's character. Although she will once again play herself, this will be the first starring role for the long-time Victoria's Secret angel following guest stints in Casino Royale, Entourage, How I Met Your Mother, and Gossip Girl. Arnett and Ambrosio made headlines a few nights ago when they were spotted shooting a scene for the upcoming sequel at the Los Angeles Clippers' blowout win over the New York Knicks on Wednesday night. You can see photos from the night below. Several Clippers' players, including DeAndre Jordan, J.J. Redick, Matt Barnes, Austin Rivers, and Spencer Hawes, also shot a scene for the Turtles sequel. Icymi: Cbm sat down with the cast of Tmnt last December, check it out Here. In addition to Arnett, Alan Ritchson, Noel Fisher, Pete Ploszek, and Jeremy Howard are »
ABC Family has ordered single-camera comedy, “Kevin From Work,” to series, the network told TheWrap. The series will begin production in June and premiere this summer. Created by Barbie Adler (“How I Met Your Mother,” “My Name Is Earl,” and “Arrested Development”), the series follows Kevin (“Backpackers” Noah Reid), a young man who declares his unrequited love for his coworker Audrey (Paige Spara) in a letter, believing he’ll never see her again after he accepts a job overseas. But when the opportunity falls through and Kevin is forced to return to his old job, he and Audrey will have to figure. »
- Jethro Nededog
“Kevin From Work” follows Kevin (played by Noah Reid, pictured with Paige Spara), a young man who professes his love to a co-worker Audrey (Spara) in a letter, before accepting another job overseas, thinking he’ll never see her again. When the new offer is rescinded, Kevin has to continue working with Audrey, despite her knowing his true feelings.
“Single camera represents the evolution of our comedy brand,“ Karey Burke, exec VP of programming and development at ABC Family, commented Tuesday. “‘Kevin From Work’ is an endearingly awkward love story — this time from the guy’s point of view.”
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Has romance been prescribed for two Grey’s Anatomy docs? Will the original Team Arrow get some alone time? How will Castle mark a milestone? Will Glee‘s grand finale satisfy? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
Both Stephen Amell and Colton Haynes tweeted or Facebooked ominous-sounding things about the 65th episode of Arrow (airing April 15). Is there something (or someone) fans should be worried about? –Sarah
“You’re just going to have to wait and see” is the answer from Ep Andrew Kreisberg, who then adds: “We’ve certainly had major characters die in the past, »
When fashion-fearless Mindy wears nothing but track suits and tries to get out of having her picture taken — as the mama-to-be does for most of this week’s Mindy Project — you know a Lahiri level-five freakout is in the works. Thank goodness for an outspoken aspiring personal stylist, a shiny leopard-print bodysuit and a fat-shaming hoarder, eh?
Don’t worry. We’ll explain as we review what happens in “What to Expect When You’re Expanding.”
Photos Cancellation Anxiety: 9 Shows You Should Probably Start Worrying About
Closet Case | Thanks to Little Man Castellano’s increasing size, none of Mindy’s clothes fit. »
Pop has picked up a second season of half-hour comedy series Schitt’s Creek starring Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara, for premiere in 2016. The network said today it ordered 13 new episodes of its first scripted series, which was renewed in Canada in January. Created by father-son team Eugene and Daniel Levy, Schitt’s Creek also stars Chris Elliott (How I Met Your Mother), Daniel Levy (Admission) and Annie Murphy (Blue Mountain State). It centers on a formerly filthy… »
With the premiere of Will Forte‘s new show Last Man on Earth debuting to surprisingly good numbers, we are once again blessed with this comedic force in our lives. Let’s look back at some of his best characters on Saturday Night Live and beyond.
Tim Calhoun, SNL
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With a weak voice and strong opinions on very particular and interesting things, Tim Calhoun isn’t the political hero we deserve, and he’s definitely not the one we need either. Though even we can get behind his “I miss dinosaurs; let’s do something about that” campaign.
Paul L’astnamé, 30 Rock
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Jenna Maroney would be a difficult person to date. And that’s why the only man worthy of her was a man who made it his life to be her — a drag impersonation version of her, at least. Paul and Jenna’s relationship was unconventional, but their love »
- Courtney Enlow
Steve and Nancy Carell’s upcoming TBS comedy “Angie Tribeca” premiered at SXSW on Saturday, as part of the Episodic screening category for SXSW Film, launched last year to premiere new television series, which fit the bill of the festival’s edgy and unique feature material.
“Angie Tribeca” is a satirical take on police procedurals from the husband-and-wife exec producer-creator team, starring “Parks & Recreation” alum Rashida Jones, as the title character, a 10-year vet of the Lapd’s elite Rhcu: Really Heinous Crimes Unit.
“We had a great time putting this together and shooting this,” Steve Carell said, as he and Nancy were greeted by loud applause from the tech fest crowd. He joked, “We have the second one if you want to see it — it’s on my iPhone.”
The duo presented episode two — on the big screen — to an audience of laughter, before starting the panel, which featured Hayes MacArthur, »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
This Week in TV News is a compliment to the Week in Review feature, which will now be focused on film news.
AMC has guaranteed two seasons to the prequel companion series of The Walking Dead, as per THR. The announcement was made earlier this week, and comes as somewhat unsurprising news. The Walking Dead continues to be one of the channel’s highest rated shows, with its popularity showing no signs of waning as the show’s fifth season rolls along. In addition, AMC has found similar commercial and critical success with Better Call Saul, its new series that is itself a spinoff of Breaking Bad.
There’s no set title for the series as of yet, and working titles have included Fear The Walking Dead and Cobalt. The first season, much like the show that spawned this spinoff, will consist of six episodes, with creator Robert Kirkman working »
- Deepayan Sengupta
The mother from How I Met Your Mother will also be the mother on Fargo. Cristin Milioti has joined Fargo Season 2 as Betsy Solverson, mom to Season 1’s Molly Solverson (played last season by Allison Tolman). She joins Patrick Wilson and Ted Danson. Learn more about the Fargo Cristin Milioti casting after the jump. Deadline reports Milioti […]
The post ‘Fargo’ Casts ‘Himym’ Mother as Molly’s Mother appeared first on /Film. »
- Angie Han
Now that we know that "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Andy Samberg will be hosting this year's Emmys, talk has turned to whether he will be nominated as well. After all, the last nine Emmy emcees have been contenders at these kudos too. And Samberg did win the Golden Globe last year for the first season of this Fox laffer. -Break- Our forum posters have been debating his chances of reaping a Comedy Actor bid. FNLFan89 details the nominations of the nine most recent hosts. 2006: Conan O'Brien (1 nomination) Variety Series Writing ("Late Night with Conan O'Brien") 2007: Ryan Seacrest (1 nomination) Reality Competition Program ("American Idol") 2008: Reality Hosts (1 nomination each; 2 for Heidi Klum) Reality Host (all 5); Klum - Reality Program ("Project Runway") 2009: Neil Patrick Harris (1 nomination) Comedy Supporting Actor ("How I Met Your Mother") ...' »
The former How I Met Your Mother star will appear in the second season of Fargo, our sister site Deadline reports, playing Betsy, the wife of State Police Officer Lou Solverson (Patrick Wilson) and the daughter of Rock County Sheriff Hank Larsson (Ted Danson). Tougher than she might appear, Betsy is said to be able to “clean a gun as well as the gutters.”
As previously reported, »
How I Met Your Mother alumna Cristin Milioti is set for a role opposite Patrick Wilson and Ted Danson in the second installment of the Fargo miniseries franchise based on the cult Coen brothers movie. The 10-episode new chapter is set in 1979 in Sioux Falls, Sd and Luverne, Mn, where a young State Police Officer Lou Solverson (Wilson), recently back from Vietnam, will tackle an all new "true crime" case. Milioti will recur as Betsy, Lou’s (Wilson) wife and the daughter of… »
“2 Broke Girls” is still a rich enough prospect for CBS to want more. The network has ordered a fifth season of the comedy, which stars Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs. Also Read: CBS Renews Comedies ‘Mike & Molly,’ ‘Mom’ As reported by TheWrap on Wednesday, CBS has also renewed the comedies “Mom” and “Mike & Molly.” The current fourth season of “2 Broke Girls,” airing at 8 p.m. on Monday, is averaging 9.58 million total viewers, up slightly in the time slot from “How I Met Your Mother,” which ended its run last year. Also Read: ‘2 Broke Girls’ Star Sued by Global Artists »
- Tim Kenneally
Confirming the news that began breaking on Wednesday afternoon, CBS has formally announced renewals for Emmy-winning comedies "Mom" and "Mike & Molly," as well as "2 Broke Girls." [In the interest of full transparency and correctness: "2 Broke Girls" is also an Emmy-winning comedy. It won in 2012 for Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series.] None of these comedy renewals counts as a surprise. In addition to winning an Emmy in August for Allison Janney, "Mom" has received some of CBS' best reviews on the comedy side and it continues to be a solid ratings performer bouncing around the network's schedule from Mondays to a variety of Thursday time periods. Thanks to airing post-"Big Bang Theory" for the early part of its season, "Mom" is up 42 percent over last season in total viewers, up 16 percent in the 18-49 demographic and up 31 percent in the 25-54 demo. In addition to its previous Emmy win for Melissa McCarthy, "2 Broke Girls" has been a reliable utility player for CBS, often shifting Monday slots and proving resilient with late-season premieres, launching in »
- Daniel Fienberg
The Big Bang Theory needs to solve its Emily problem, and do it fast...
This review contains spoilers.
8.17 The Colonisation Application
The Big Bang Theory has always done an admirable job introducing new characters, to the point where it’s hard to even remember a time when the central group was one of five rather than the seven-piece (plus, periodically, Stuart) it is now. That said, I think we all know that something isn’t quite working with Emily and, even worse, the show doesn’t seem all that bothered with fixing the issue.
This episode marks only the third or fourth time we’ve seen Emily in this entire season, and unfortunately, it's when she’s around that the glaring problems with her development (or lack thereof) are highlighted the most.
Although Raj works well as the single friend in the middle of a group which is pairing off »
Born on the 24th March 1974 (making her forty years old, can you believe that?!), in Washington D.C., Alyson Hannigan is the daughter (and only child) of Emilie Haas, a Jewish real estate agent, and Al Hannigan, a truck driver with Irish ancestry. Her parents divorced when she was just two years old and she was brought up by her mother in Atlanta, Georgia as a result.
Hannigan began performing very early – even as a baby she appeared in photoshoots and an instructional video for parenting – and started appearing in commercials when she was just four years old.
After a handful of minor television jobs, she made her first major film appearance in 1988’s My Stepmother Is An Alien, in which she starred alongside the likes of Kim Basinger, Dan Aykroyd and Seth Green – the latter whom played her boyfriend, just like he would go on to do »
- K.J. Stewart
Neil Patrick Harris might be one of the coolest dads out there! The "How I Met Your Mother" star shared a sweet snap via Instagram on Friday, of him and his cute kiddies, Gideon Scott Burtka-Harris and Harper Grace Burtka-Harris, posing with a King Kong statue. "Of the thousand reasons why I'm glad to be home, these two are tied for #1 (being crushed by Kong is tied for last). #grateful," the comedian captioned the cute candid. It definitely looks like Neil and hubby David Burtka's kids are happy he's home -- just look at their smiling little faces! It looks like Harris just got back from a recent appearance with Bill Clinton. Neil tweeted a picture with the former President on Wednesday. "Surreal. Just had the honor of introducing @BillClinton at an event for the amazing Clinton Foundation (@ClintonFdn)," he posted with the photo. 2015 is shaping up to be »
- tooFab Staff
Neil Patrick Harris said in an interview with the Huffington Post that after hosting the 2015 Oscars, he doesn’t know if he could bear it again.
“I don’t know that my family nor my soul could take it,” he said with a laugh. “It’s a beast. It was fun to check off the list, but for the amount of time spent and the understandable opinionated response, I don’t know that it’s a delightful balance to do every year or even again.”
The “How I Met Your Mother” star says that every laugh was planned meticulously for the show, despite criticism that the show seemed too improvised and featured an abundance of unnecessary jokes on race. The jests ranged from Harris’ kick-off joke, “Today, we honor the best and whitest. Sorry, brightest” to Sean Penn later questioning how “Birdman” director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu got his green card. »
- Lisa Schulz
Neil Patrick Harris’ Oscar hosting experience was rougher than he expected. After taking on the daunting task of hosting the 87th Annual Academy Awards — and following funnywoman Ellen DeGeneres — the How I Met Your Mother alum didn’t get the best of reviews. Because of that, the actor admitted to The Huffington Post he doesn’t think round two is in his future. "I don’t know that my family nor my soul could take it,” the dad to twins Harper and Gideon told the site. "It’s a [...] »
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