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With How I Met Your Mother entering its drawn-out wedding weekend of a final season next fall, CBS is on the hunt for a new show to fill its place in the schedule. To that end, the most watched network tripled its comedy order for next season to six new series, the last of which is a late order for Bad Teacher a week after the network’s upfront presentation. Hilary Winston—a writer on the first two seasons of Community and the last two seasons of Happy Endings—penned the pilot adaptation of the film of the same name »
The final eight episodes of "Don't Trust The B---- In Apt. 23" have surfaced on Hulu, and although star James Van Der Beek has already moved on to CBS' new midseason sitcom "Friends with Better Lives," the actor admits that his experience on the short-lived ABC comedy was a positive one -- especially since it finally helped him lay his "Dawson's Creek" typecasting to rest.
'It absolutely, I think, took me out of one mold that I'd been in for a while. It's tough to compete with something that was the cultural phenomenon that 'Dawson's Creek' was," Van Der Beek told Vulture in a recent interview. "It ran for so long. That's a lot of hours playing one character in front of people. So it's natural that they associate you with that. And also the nature of television, you're in their living room, so it's even more immediate. I »
- Laura Prudom
The first teaser for "Delivery Man," starring Vince Vaughn, is out and finds him in a bit of a predicament. As the minute long trailer starts, Vaughn's underachieving character learns that he's fathered over 500 different children, due to a mix up at a fertility clinic he donated to in the 90s.
Unfortunately fore Vaughn, several of the children are filing a lawsuit to reveal his identity. The cast contains quite a list of names, including Cobie Smulders ("How I Met Your Mother") and Chris Pratt ("Parks and Recreation").
The movie is a remake of a 2011's "Starbuck," a French-Canadian film written and directed by Ken Scott, who does the same for this. The list of directors who remake their own films isn't incredibly long. One of the most recent notable times was Michael Haneke recreating his thriller "Funny Games" for American audiences in 2008.
"Delivery Man" will be in theaters October »
Birthday shoutouts go to Novak Djokovic (above), who is 26, and Naomi Campbell is 43. Emma Roberts will join her boyfriend Evan Peters on Season Three of American Horror Story. What Would Harvey Milk Think If He Were Alive Today? by Dustin Lance Black. A straight man dances at The Abbey. San Francisco Giant player Jeffrey Affeldt renounces his homophobia.
Good News! Gay men can now donate blood in Canada! But there’s a catch.
On the eve of the Bsa voting on gay scouts and troop leaders, James Dale talks about his landmark lawsuit that went all the way to the Supreme Court, and the long journey to this point.
Ellen‘s mini Friends reunion.
Wolf Blitzer is an idiot.
Kickstarting South Of The Ohio, “A new photo documentary exploring contemporary queer culture in the American South.”
Here’s the newest trailer for Man Of Steel, with extra focus on Zod. »
Showtime has confirmed a pair of Homeland Season 3 casting notes:
Amy Morton (Boss) will recur on the Showtime drama as Erin Kimball, Carrie’s CIA-appointed attorney, making it clear that she will at least be questioned about the Season 2-concluding explosion. Tracy Letts (Prison Break) will appear on multiple episodes as Senator Andrew Lockhart, a powerful Committee Chairman.
TV Line first reported these casting scoops, while viewers can look forward to new Homeland episodes on September 29.
Update: Showtime has now also confirmed the following additions:
Joanna Merlin (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) as “Grandma Lois,” Jessica Brody’s mother. Nazanin Boniadi (How I Met Your Mother) as “Fara,” a capable analyst despite her young appearance. Gary Wilmes (Louie) as “Dr. Richardson,” a psychiatrist helping Dana Brody cope with recent events. Sam Underwood (The Last Keepers) as “Leo,” a new friend of Dana’s with a troubled past. Lawrence Clayton (Dreamgirls, »
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Question: For the love of a Happy Ending, any word on whether or not USA Network will right a terrible wrong? —Tiera
Ausiello: No news is, in this case, pretty good news. Negotiations continue between Sony and USA, which tells me that the cabler remains seriously interested in giving the show a fourth season. Meanwhile, if the talks collapse — bite your tongue, Ausiello! — it’s an inevitability that Damon Wayans Jr. will find himself back on New Girl next season in some capacity. »
- Michael Ausiello
So we've finally met How I Met Your Mother's eponymous mother and future wife to Ted, now the big question is how much more of actress Cristin Milioti we will see. Milioti, a well known stage actress, was an instant success with Himym fans, and for good reason—she is simply charming. Her TV experience, though, [...]
- Jon Lachonis
The games have officially begun! After a long wait, The Goodwin Games finally premiered on Fox, introducing viewers to a new kind of family game night! The sitcom stars Becki Newton, Scott Foley and T.J. Miller as three siblings who come together after their father's funeral for a reading of his will—which states that only one of them will get the inheritance and they all have to play a more twisted form of Trivial Pursuit (featuring their family's history) to win. Now that the series has finally premiered, we're curious to know what you thought of The Goodwin Games... The project, which comes from How I Met Your Mother cocreators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, is pretty charming »
How I Met Your Mother has been full of nothing but the most world-shattering, game-changing announcements since it’s eighth season ended with the first ever look at the mother, now played by Cristin Milioti. For those of you that were worried Season 9 would only make use of Milioti at the end of the series, putting us right back into the dark after finally shedding some light on us, you have no need to fear the disappearance of the mother. Not only will Milioti continue playing the mother through out Season 9, but also she will be made a series regular for entirety of the season.
Four the last eight years, How I Met Your Mother has only had five regulars – Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, Alyson Hannigan and Neil Patrick Harris – and really didn’t need anymore. But the times, they are a changing. TVLine reported Milioti would be »
- Brody Gibson
It's been a decade since "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" went off the air and we all said goodbye to Sunnydale for good.Pretty hard to believe, right?Flash forward 10 years and the stars of the show have gone on to do some great (and some not-so-great) things.This fall, alums like Sarah Michelle Gellar and Seth Green have brand new shows making their big debuts. Alyson Hannigan has also been finding huge success with her role on "How I Met Your Mother.""I'm incredibly proud of that show -- proud of everybody on it, of what we did," Gellar told The Huffington Post about the anniversary. "You can't be prouder of that show. It still holds up in reruns and I'm blessed every day ... I've been pretty lucky."But what about the rest of the cast? Have them been lucky post-"Buffy"?Click the gallery above to find out which »
- tooFab Staff
The actor, 33, was spotted out and about with a mystery woman on May 19, enjoying lunch before cuddling up with the blonde on a stroll. The pair was also photographed stopping by a local Whole Foods grocery store in West Hollywood.
Segel ended things with 32-year-old Williams in February after the couple dated for almost a year. According to People, single mom Williams wasn't ready to commit to Segel, who had to remain in Los Angeles where his TV series "How I Met Your Mother" is being filmed. Reportedly Segel was very close to her daughter Matilda with the late Heath Ledger.
"While Jason made every effort to make them a priority in his life –- and they were top priority –- he still couldn't drop everything and leave his life and career in La," a source told People.
But by the looks of this photo, »
- Leigh Blickley
The CW is holding both "Star-Crossed" and "The 100" in reserve for mid-season duty, but during the recent TV Upfronts they released a few photos from each show's pilot, and we have a look at them all right here.
Both series have a sci-fi tinge, but "The 100" especially, with its post-apocalyptic setting and the presence of Henry Ian Cusick (“Lost,” “Scandal”), has our attention for sure. And while "Star-Crossed" definitely seems to appeal to the more romantic types among us, it has a lot of familiar faces and could be worth watching for one or two episodes at least.
So while you're here, check out the photos below (top row from "The 100" and bottom from "Star-Crossed"). For more info visit "The 100" and "Star-Crossed" on Cwtv.com, and follow "The 100" (@cwthe100) and "Star-Crossed" (@CWStarCrossed) on Twitter.
When Emery was 6 years old, an alien spacecraft crash-landed in her small town. »
- The Woman In Black
Chicago – “The Goodwin Games” is bad, bad, bad. You know a show is likely to be awful when a network cuts back the order and buries its premiere in a time of year when most people are getting outside or going to see Summer blockbusters. While the networks are busy promoting Fall 2013 at Upfronts, who cares about a new show that won’t make it more than two months? And yet there is sometimes reason for hope that a network executive just missed the humor and is actually burying a hidden gem. Hope dies at “The Goodwin Games” and I wish they had buried it deeper.
Television Rating: 1.0/5.0
Not one laugh. A talented cast, decent direction, even a clever concept — but not one laugh. The attempts at jokes hit the floor, the character archetypes are broad, the emotional manipulation is unacceptable. Not one laugh. In fact, it’s stunning that »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
This week you’re probably re-watching all the seasons of Arrested Development to get excited for Sunday, obsessively checking the weather to make sure you can BBQ this weekend, or trying on those white jeans again and feeling over the moon ecstatic that you get to wear them again. Here are your pop culture musts to get you through the week before your long Memorial Day weekend.
The Goodwin Games, series premiere, 8:30 p.m., Fox
- Sarah Caldwell
The networks unveiled their new shows at this week's upfronts, and we got a peek at new Fall schedules for Fox, NBC, ABC, CBS, and The CW. There's now lots of info for each of the upcoming series, so get to know them all by watching trailers for all the new shows. After nine seasons, The Office came to an end with a sweet episode that includes Dwight and Angela's wedding. To celebrate the milestone, we recounted the best episodes of all time and took a look back at Jim's floppy hair evolution. More season finale madness: Nick and Jess got together on New Girl, things got totally bonkers on the Vampire Diaries finale, and someone died on Grey's Anatomy. How I Met Your Mother finally revealed the mother, but there's a catch: Ted won't meet her for quite some time. Meet your kickass ladies of Summer blockbuster season! Need »
- Shannon Vestal
When "How I Met Your Mother" returns this fall for its ninth and final season, there will be a new face in the opening credits.
TVLine reports that Cristin Milioti, who was revealed to be the titular mother in Monday's (May 13) season finale, will be a part of the show as a series regular. This is the first time in the show's near-decade run that the core cast has been expanded beyond Josh Radnor, Alyson Hannigan, Neil Patrick Harris, Cobie Smulders and Jason Segel.
CBS entertainment president Nina Tassler revealed to TVLine that the entirety of Season 9 will span Robin and Barney's weekend and only the weeding weekend, with the show focusing on "how each character, before Ted, meets the mother. So they each meet her independently before he does."
Are you looking forward to getting to know the mother when "Himym" returns this fall? »
From five-second cameo to series regular...
After her brief, albeit Very memorable, guest-starring turn on the How I Met Your Mother Season 8 finale, Cristin Milioti has been promoted to series regular for the ninth and final season of this beloved CBS sitcom.
Look for her to play a critical role this fall, as How I Met Your Mother creators have said Season 9 will actually take place over the course of Barney and Robin's wedding. That ought to be interesting. »
- email@example.com (Matt Richenthal)
The Mother is ready for her close-up. Revealing the pivotal character in the eighth season finale, How I Met Your Mother has upped briefly glimpsed guest star Cristin Milioti to series regular for the CBS' comedy's final season. A rep at studio 20th Century Fox confirms to The Hollywood Reporter that Milioti will join regular cast members Alyson Hannigan, Neil Patrick Harris, Josh Radnor, Jason Segel and Cobie Smulders full-time next season, as first reported by TVLine. Video: 'How I Met Your Mother' Reveals the Mother Milioti's addition comes on the heels of other rather telling details about
- Michael O'Connell
How I Met Your Mother‘s signature quintet is swelling into a sextet.
TVLine has learned exclusively that Cristin Milioti, who was unmasked as the titular mom in this week’s season finale, will take the title of series regular during the comedy’s upcoming ninth and final season.
Related | Who’s That Girl? Introducing How I Met Your Mother’s Long-Awaited Mom
Series cocreator Carter Bays previously revealed that as Himym »
- Michael Ausiello
New Big Bang Theory season 7 totally in the works,new spoilers on the way. Hey, "Big Bang Theory" peeps. Yes, absolutely! CBS definitely early renewed one of its highest rated shows for a new season way back a couple months ago, so you guys can totally expect to see new "Big Bang Theory" season 7 spoilers creep up in the upcoming weeks when the producers leak out initial teasers. In addition to that, CBS also dropped early renewal notices for: The Good Wife, The Mentalist,Hawaii Five-0, NCIS: Los Angeles, Blue Bloods, Elementary, Person of Interest, 2 Broke Girls, Mike & Molly, The Amazing Race, Survivor, Undercover Boss, 60 Minutes, 48 Hours, How I Met Your Mother, NCIS, and CSI. So, if any of those shows were on your watch list, you can feel free to keep that schedule open. Big Bang Theory season 7 is scheduled to debut this Fall 2013. »
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