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7 items from 2014

Television that Home Video Forgot: The Class (2006)

9 September 2014 5:00 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The Class

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Created by David Crane & Jeffrey Klarik

Produced by CraneKlarik in association with Warner Bros. Television

Aired on CBS for one season (19 episodes) from September 18, 2006 – March 5, 2007


Jason Ritter as Ethan Haas

Lizzy Caplan as Kat Warbler

Heather Goldenhersh as Lina Warbler

Jesse Tyler Ferguson as Richie Velch

Jon Bernthal as Duncan Carmello

Andrea Anders as Nicole Allen

Sean Maguire as Kyle Lendo

Lucy Punch as Holly Ellenbogen

Show Premise

A young romantic (Jason Ritter) sets up a surprise party in order to propose to his girlfriend, inviting members of their third grade class. Attending guests range from twin sisters, one anti-socially cynical (Lizzy Caplan) and the other eager to find love (Heather Goldenhursh), to an awkward would be suicide (Jesse Tyler Ferguson), a scorned at the prom ex (Lucy Punch) of a since out of the closet homosexual (Sean Maguire), and a couple of former flames »

- Jean Pierre Diez

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John Ritter's Son Tyler Talks About His Late Father and His New Comedy

17 July 2014 12:00 PM, PDT | BuzzSugar | See recent BuzzSugar news »

You might know Parenthood's Jason Ritter as the late John Ritter's actor son, but he's not the only one. After guest-starring in a handful of TV shows, Jason's younger brother, Tyler, scored the lead in The McCarthys, one of CBS's Fall comedies. The series's cast and producers appeared during the Summer TCA, and Ritter took the opportunity to discuss how his brother and father influenced his career. "I was very impressionable as a young kid," he said. "I grew up around the set of Hearts Afire, and I got to see my father enjoy himself at his work, and any young child who sees that starts taking notes subconsciously. I got to see my brother [Jason] on The Class, just loving every second of it, all the while getting to make a couple hundred people laugh every week. I don't actively try to emulate their work; I think we »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Eye on Emmy: Lizzy Caplan on Keeping Masters of Sex Dangerous (and Why Season 2 Is Off-Limits to Her Family)

16 June 2014 2:40 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Lizzy Caplan is terrified — and she is very much hoping to stay that way.

As the female lead of Showtime’s Masters of Sex, TV’s erstwhile go-to gal for snark and sass took a big swing to portray human sexuality pioneer Virginia Johnson opposite Michael Sheen’s Dr. William Masters. The venture led the actress down strange, new (and yes, “terrifiying”) roads, yet she met the challenge every step of the way, and thus far has earned a Critics Choice Award nomination for her efforts.

With Emmy Award season on the horizon, TVLine spoke with Caplan about the joy »

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‘Parenthood's’ Jason Ritter to Guest Star on HBO's ‘Girls’

2 June 2014 10:58 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Jason Ritter is coming to Brooklyn, at least HBO's version of Brooklyn. The actor will guest-star on the upcoming fourth season of “Girls,” a HBO representative told TheWrap. HBO is staying quiet about the details of Ritter's role, though TV Line reports that he will play a character named Scott and will appear on the sixth episode of Season 4. Ritter most recently appeared in a recurring role as Mark on NBC's “Parenthood.” His other TV credits include “Joan of Arcadia,” “The Class,” “Gravity Falls” and “The Event.” His film credits include “I Am. »

- Jethro Nededog

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Jason Ritter on His Film I Am I, Why VOD Is Important, and His Fred Savage Fan Letter

13 May 2014 10:30 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Sometimes there’s a little bit of legwork involved in being a Jason Ritter fan. With a career that’s toggled between interesting character roles in limited-release movies (2005’s Happy Endings, 2008’s Good Dick) and bigger parts in short-lived TV shows (Joan of Arcadia, The Class, The Event), his always-nuanced performances can often prove hard to catch. That changes today with the Vimeo On Demand release of I Am I, a Kickstarter-funded movie about a woman posing as her recently deceased mother in order to get to know her long-lost father, who is suffering from memory loss. The actor co-stars with Jocelyn Towne, who also wrote and directed the film, and her husband The Big Bang Theory's Simon Helberg, who has been a friend of Ritter’s since high school. Next week will see the release of The Big Ask, another indie Ritter shot with a cast of TV thespians, »

- Rose Maura Lorre

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Lucy Punch Signs With CAA

27 February 2014 6:06 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Exclusive: The Londoner who starred opposite Cameron Diaz in Bad Teacher has inked with CAA. Lucy Punch, who starred on the 2012-13 Fox comedy Ben And Kate, next appears in the upcoming musical Into The Woods, with Johnny Depp and Meryl Streep, and director Peter Bogdanovich’s 2015 pic Squirrels To The Nuts. Her big-screen credits also include Hot Fuzz, You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger and Dinner For Schmucks. Her TV gigs have included Vexed and The Class. Punch continues to be managed by the Schiff Company and repped by United Agents in the UK. »


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Mike Sikowitz Signs New Overall Deal With Sony TV

14 January 2014 6:22 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Exclusive: Comedy writer-producer Mike Sikowitz is staying at Sony Pictures Television with a new overall deal. Under the rich seven-figure pact, which I hear is for three years, he will continue to develop projects for the studio. Sikowitz was among Sony’s most prolific writers last development season, landing two pilot orders, for Welcome To The Family at NBC and Divorce at ABC. The first went to series that aired on Thursday last fall, and the second came close to a series pickup, with ABC keeping it in contention past May and Sony extending the options on the cast. Sikowitz, repped by ICM Partners and attorney Michael Gendler, previously served as an executive producer on Sony’s long-running CBS comedy series Rules Of Engagement. His credits also include CBS’ The Class, Fox’s Grounded for Life and NBC’s Friends. »


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