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Aziz Ansari, whose next show will be on Netflix.
Hi everyone! I wanted you guys to hear it from me first, that the cast and I received news that Eye Candy will not be returning for season 2. Even though a lot of you are going to feel sad/angry, please know that playing Lindy Sampson, is something that I loved and I will hold dear to my heart. I couldn’t have asked for better cast mates to work with either. They are the most down to earth, talented and kind souls that I am so happy to have met. Then there’s our show runner @Christiantwit1 who is so awesomely talented and made a show that I am so incredibly proud to be a part of. A very special thank »
- Deepayan Sengupta
ABC Family reports that production has begun on their new dramatic series Recovery Road. Based on the popular young adult novel by Blake Nelson, the show will star Jessica Sula, Sharon Leal, Alexis Carra, Kyla Pratt, Daniel Franzese, and David Witts.
Here's the press release:
Burbank, CA (April 24, 2015) - Production began this week in Los Angeles for the new ABC Family original drama series "Recovery Road," the compelling story of a teenage girl's struggle with addiction. Lawrence Trilling ("Parenthood") is directing the episode, which will debut in 2016.
A few thoughts on last night's momentous "Grey's Anatomy" coming up just as soon as the second chair cello boy doesn't count... Whenever I write or tweet about "Grey's Anatomy" — as I did last night, upon seeing the news about the show killing off Derek — inevitably some clever person feels the need to ask, "Is that still on?" Yes, "Grey's" is an old show — it debuted in the same TV season as "Lost," "Veronica Mars," "House," "Desperate Housewives" and a whole lot of others that didn't last nearly as long as this series' 11 seasons and counting — but it still remains one of ABC's most successful dramas, and one of the higher-rated dramas on TV, period. It's going to be around as long as Shonda Rhimes wants it to be. And though I stopped watching a couple of years ago more due to time constraints than anything the "Grey's" itself did, »
- Alan Sepinwall
Step aside, Camille Braverman: Craig T. Nelson is setting his sights on someone new.
The former Parenthood patriarch has joined Netflix’s upcoming comedy Grace and Frankie in a recurring role, per The Hollywood Reporter.
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Over the course of film history, we've seen plenty of long-time actors step behind the camera to take up their directorial ambitions. Clint Eastwood did it. Mel Gibson did it. George Clooney did it. What do these three have in commonc Well, for starters, they are all men, so there's that. Further, they are all white, but more on that later. More to the point of the article, these men all eased into their directorial careers by starring in their respective debuts, using their presence on screen to help market their talents off it. And with his feature directorial effort The Water Diviner, which hits limited theaters this week, Russell Crowe is just the most recent addition to a growing list of actors who have decided to try their hand behind the camera. Like Eastwood, Gibson, and Clooney before him, the Best Actor winner stars in his first feature as director, »
- Jordan Benesh
Rome – “Parenthood” is being transposed from Berkeley to Rome in the first international adaptation of NBC’s hit TV show.
NBCUniversal Formats has brokered a deal with Italy’s Cattleya to produce the remake of long-running U.S. family drama which will air on state broadcaster Rai’s flagship Rai Uno station.
The Italian version, titled “Tutto Può Succedere” (“Anything Could Happen”) marks Rai Uno’s first ever U.S.-scripted remake and a major coup for Cattleya, which is expanding its TV activity after scoring a global hit with naturalistic crimer “Gomorrah,” produced for Rupert Murdoch’s Sky paybox and sold to more than 100 territories.
- Nick Vivarelli
Is it just us, or does it smell a little smoky today? Silly us! It must be because of 4/20, which marks the unofficial holiday to honor marijuana culture. As you could have guessed, some familiar faces in Hollywood are delivering some serious punch lines for the big day. "Just gave the whole family edibles for breakfast," Parenthood star Dax Shepard tweeted before 7 a.m. Monday. "#FamilyValues #420." Snoop Dogg prepared himself for the special occasion by lounging in bed with a polka-dot head wrap. "Solo n bed resting before the big smoke session," he wrote on Instagram. The rapper even created a hashtag named #Snoop420. In comparison, Seth Rogen couldn't wait any longer »
Parenthood alum Craig T. Nelson has lined up not one but two gigs as his follow-up to NBC's beloved family drama. The actor has booked a recurring role on Netflix's upcoming comedy Grace and Frankie, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The single-camera comedy, due May 8, centers on nemeses Grace (Jane Fonda) and Frankie (Lily Tomlin), whose lives are turned upside down when their husbands announce they are in love with each other and plan to get married. The women, much to their dismay, find that their lives are permanently intertwined and, much to their surprise, find they
- Lesley Goldberg
Celebrities from TV, film and music come together for the 2015 TV Land Awards, taped at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, Calif., on April 12. The awards show airs simultaneously on TV Land, Nickelodeon and NickMom on Saturday, April 18, at 9pm Et/Pt. Terry Crews hosts this celebration of the most creative, popular and loved stars and series. The ceremony also featured a tribute to late comedian Joan Rivers and a stunning performance by Jennifer Hudson. 2015 TV Land Award Recipients The Fan Favorite Award: Parenthood Accepting the award are Lauren Graham, Craig T. Nelson, Peter Krause, Bonnie Bedelia, … Continue reading →
- Ryan Berenz
AMC’s straight-to-series martial arts drama, which had been tentatively titled Badlands, has an official title, Into The Badlands, and three more regular cast additions. Set as the young lead opposite star Daniel Wu is actor Aramis Knight. Also cast in the series are Madeleine Mantock (The Tomorrow People) and Ally Ioannides (Parenthood). Set to premiere in the fall, the six-episode Into the Badlands is loosely based on the Chinese tale Journey To The West. In a land… »
Kristen Bell's honesty is beyond refreshing. The actress and mom-of-two shows off her post-baby bod on the May issue of Good Housekeeping magazine in bright springtime florals. Inside the issue, she opens up about motherhood, raising her girls and reveals how she maintains a healthy marriage to hubby Dax Shepard! The "House Of Lies" actress and the "Parenthood" star are parents to two-year-old Lincoln and recently welcomed daughter Delta in December. But, the 34-year-old wasn't always so sure that motherhood was for her. "I wasn’t positive I wanted kids. But I can now confirm having them is absolutely unmissable," she gushes. "When Lincoln came out, at first I was like, 'Eh, what do I do with it? I can take it home?' But when I started breastfeeding, the oxytocin or my hormones or hundreds of thousands of years of evolution kicked in. I didn’t want to let her go. »
- tooFab Staff
A young guy tries to begin a new chapter in his life, a father desperately seeks a connection with his estranged son, and a mysterious mountain man with boar jerky offers a shady yet tempting gig. As Dylan, Caleb, and Chick, respectively, Max Thieriot, Kenny Johnson, and Ryan Hurst bring plenty of intrigue to the engrossing third season of A&E's Bates Motel. Ahead of the next episode's (titled "Norma Louise") premiere tonight at 9:00pm Est, we participated in an interview call with Thieriot, Johnson, and Hurst, who discussed Caleb becoming a sympathetic character, the idea of Emma and Dylan getting romantically involved down the line, what Hurst likes about Chick's ambiguity and wardrobe, and much more.
On how Dylan has changed since season one:
Max Thieriot: "It's funny, because when I first got the script, Dylan kind of shows up and he's really a prick. He shows »
- Derek Anderson
It was reunion night in Hollywood on Saturday, as the casts of some truly beloved TV series got together for the first time in ages at the TV Land Awards. Picking up the Groundbreaking Award at this weekend's event was the cast of "Ally McBeal," Calista Flockhart stepping out for a rare public event to share the stage with her costars 13 years after the Fox series went off the air. While we'll have to wait for the special to air on April 18th, Flockhart told the audience, "What I remember the most are the friendships, truly." Flockhart was joined at the event by Gil Bellows, Greg German, Lisa Nicole Carson, Courtney Thorne-Smith, series director David E. Kelley, Peter MacNicol and writer Bill D'Elia. They all look great, don't they?! That wasn't the only reunion of the evening though. The stars of "The Wonder Years" were also on hand to accept the Impact Award, »
- tooFab Staff
Get ready to Scream this summer while watching MTV. The network debuted the first trailer for its all-new series last night during the MTV Movie Awards and also announced the show’s premiere date: June 30. The Scream trailer was introduced last night during the awards show by Bella Thorne, who is most famous for her role on Disney Channel’s Shake It Up! but has also appeared in other series like CSI and Red Band Society (she also just recently co-starred in The Duff with The Flash‘s Robbie Amell and Parenthood‘s Mae Whitman). It has already been announced that Thorne will appear in the Scream pilot as an homage to Drew Barrymore’s iconic character from the original 1996 film. In addition to Thorne, Scream‘s cast also includes Willa Fitzgerald (Royal Pains) as Emma Duvall, Bex Taylor-Klaus (The Killing, Arrow) as the preacher’s daughter Aubrey Jensen, Carlson Young »
- Chris King
Since it premiered a few years ago, I’ve been a huge fan of Parenthood, which, to me, is probably the greatest family drama to ever air on television. Since Parenthood ended earlier this year, I’ve been looking for a new show to fill that very particular void in my life. I had always heard that Friday Night Lights, whose Ep and head writer was Parenthood‘s Jason Katims, was exceptional, so I decided to give the series a go as it is all available on Netflix. Needless to say, I was not at all disappointed. In a short 76 episodes, Friday Night Lights earned a solid place in my list of favorite TV shows. Every performance on the show was greater than I could have ever expected, and it featured some of the best writing that I have ever seen. Another huge positive for Friday Night Lights is the music. »
- Jasef Wisener
The beloved one-season wonder will receive the 15th Anniversary Award at the ceremony, with TV Land announcing in a press release that despite its short run from 1999-2000, the show "continues to find new fans every year." One of the reasons for that, no doubt, is the stellar ensemble that creator Paul Feig and co. assembled (casting director Allison Jones snagged the series's sole Emmy for her work), and TV Land revealed that almost every single main actor from the series will be present at the awards show.
In addition to that star-studded lineup, the awards will also feature a performance by Jennifer Hudson, »
- Katie Roberts
11/22/63 is proof that not every literary adaptation starring James Franco is based on the works of John Steinbeck or William Faulkner. This upcoming miniseries hails from legendary horror author Stephen King (whose works outside of the scary realm are equally as prolific as those within it) and focuses on a small-town school teacher who realizes he is able to travel through time via a door in a local diner. Franco previously snagged the lead role as the teacher Jake Epping, who takes it upon himself to prevent the assassination of JFK, and the show has now secured a director and supporting cast.
Academy Award winner Kevin McDonald (The Last King Of Scotland) has signed on to direct and executive produce the first two episodes of the nine-hour event series. He will work from a script penned by Bridget Carpenter (Friday Night Lights, Parenthood), who is expected to seriously curtail King »
- Gem Seddon
Based on King’s best-selling novel, 11/22/63 follows Jake Epping (played by James Franco), a high school English teacher who travels back in time to try to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Gordo's odd ways soon make Simon uncomfortable, but things turn violent when an argument breaks out between the pair.
It ultimately becomes clear that Gordo holds the key to hidden events from Simon's past that could undermine his marriage to Robyn (Rebecca Hall).
The Gift opens on July 31 in the Us. A UK release is yet to be set.
Watch Digital Spy preview this year's blockbusters below: »
The Graysons may be dropping like flies on Revenge, but another family — namely, the Abbots — appears to be more unified than ever.
PhotosRevenge First Look: Victoria Plots Her Next Move After Emily’s Big Reveal
Tom Amandes, who played Emily VanCamp‘s TV dad Dr. Harold Abbot on The WB’s Everwood, will guest-star in an upcoming episode of the ABC drama, though details about his character are currently unavailable. Amandes’ recent work includes recurring roles on Parenthood and Scandal.
VanCamp (her tweet since deleted) and Amandes broke the news via photos of themselves on set:
Dr. Abbott made »
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