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The Point Radio: Ladies Who Make Us Laugh – Eliza Coupe & Sarah Colonna

4 hours ago | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

Two funny ladies share their stories here . First, Eliza Coupe talks about her adventures in series TV (Happy Endings, Benched) and her delightful new indy film, The Last Time You Had Fun. Then, meet Sarah Colonna. She’s a stand up comic, TV writer (Chelsea Lately) and a NY Times best selling author about to hit the chart again with her new book, Has Anyone Seen My Pants.

http://serve.castfire.com/audio/2460110/comicmix_2015-04-01-143110.64.mp3

We’re here just once this week, but right after the holiday we are back with a sneak peek at the new season of Ghost Asylum, shared by the guys who still have the goosebumps to prove it.

Be sure to follow us on Twitter @ThePointRadio. »

- Mike Raub

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TV Review: ‘Weird Loners’

30 March 2015 7:30 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

If only “Weird Loners” were anywhere near as interesting as its title. Instead, this latest Fox comedy falls into that middle realm of nothing special, featuring a quartet of quirky characters, all in their mid-30s, each of whom remains single for his or her own reasons. Still, delaying marriage isn’t as shocking as it once was, just as these kinds of self-absorbed characters don’t exactly break fresh ground. Fox has enjoyed some recent successes — generating sampling of “The Last Man on Earth” — but there’s nothing here that can’t be seen executed significantly better (and every bit as timely) in any random “Seinfeld” rerun.

Indeed, after three episodes of the series, it’s still something of a struggle to come up with a clear description of it, other than to note that by the end of episode one, all four characters are living adjacent to each other in a Queens townhouse. »

- Brian Lowry

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Ratings: Grimm Hits Low, Cristela Slips, Hart of Dixie Finale Flat

28 March 2015 9:24 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

NBC’s Grimm this Friday drew 4.9 million total viewers and a 1.0 rating, ticking up in audience but down a tenth to a series low demo.

RelatedGrimm Star Claire Coffee Talks What to Expect Now That Adalind’s Hexpecting (Again!)

Over on ABC, a double pump of Cristela averaged 4.3 mil and a 0.8, down 20 percent to tie its season low.

The CW’s Hart of Dixie sure-felt-like-a-series finale did 1.4 mil and a 0.4, up 27 percent in audience while flat in the demo.

RelatedHart of Dixie Season(?) Finale Recap: Happy Endings

CBS’ March Madness coverage averaged 6.4 mil/1.9 during primetime.

Related storiesHart of Dixie »

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The Point Radio: Zombies Done Different On Izombie

28 March 2015 9:00 AM, PDT | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

They aren’t your cable zombies, which might be what makes The CW’s version of the hit Vertigo comic, Izombie,  so appealing. Ep Rob Thomas and star Rose McIver talk about all the ways they strive to keep it both fresh and centered on the comic series. Plus thanks to the success of American Sniper, more Americans that ever are aware of the challenges facing today’s veterans. Now a new documentary explores that further and you can see it for free.

http://serve.castfire.com/audio/2457820/comicmix_2015-03-27-184720.64.mp3

In a few days, we sit down with former Happy Endings star, Eliza Coupe, and get a sneak peek at her new indy movie project.

Be sure to follow us on Twitter @ThePointRadio. »

- Mike Raub

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Casey Wilson Compares Her First Trimester to "an Extreme Hangover," Is Relieved to Be Pregnant With a Boy

26 March 2015 7:35 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Casey Wilson's due date is fast approaching! The Marry Me actress is expecting her firstborn son with husband David Caspe, whom she met on the set of the ABC sitcom Happy Endings. A radiant Wilson cradles her growing baby bump on the cover of Fit Pregnancy's April/May issue, which also happens to the be the parenting magazine's last print issue ever. Wilson, 34, admits she "had a very rocky first and early-second trimester." "I felt tired and sick and in a fog, like an extreme hangover, until about week 16. I thought, 'Surely, this is the worst part of parenting.' Then I remembered when I was 15, and my mom said I couldn't go out—I pulled two giant brass sconces out »

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Watch: Fox's 'Weird Loners' Introduce a Dating App for 30-Somethings in Funny or Die Spoof

25 March 2015 10:18 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: Watch: Billy Eichner Yells at Michelle Obama and Big Bird for Funny or Die If you're in your mid-30s, suffering from body image issues and feeling the pressure to start a family, this Funny or Die spoof featuring the cast of the upcoming Fox comedy "Weird Loners" has a solution for you. Above, a group of actors gather to introduce "Sailed: A Dating App For Thirty-Somethings," which matches participants with activities -- watching Netflix, taking tennis lessons or, a personal favorite, "more sleep" -- rather than actual people. It also doesn't let you reject whoever (or, more accurately, whatever) you get matched with: As Zachary Knighton (Dave on "Happy Endings") explains, "It's supposed to be like that... you should be happy with what you get." Hilarious "pairings" abound here, as well as some astute commentary on being of-a-certain-age. Watch the full video above, and be on the lookout for "Weird. »

- David Canfield

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'Captain America: Civil War' Directors Will Take Over the 'Avengers' From Joss Whedon

23 March 2015 8:30 PM, PDT | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

Even just five years ago, Anthony and Joe Russo were carving out a pretty healthy career as directors on doomed TV shows like Carpoolers, Running Wilde, and Animal Practice, about a veterinarian whose best friend is a monkey. Of course, they did also work on good shows like Arrested Development, Happy Endings, and Community, but the point is they were just small screen guys doing simple sitcoms with small casts and zero special effects. So, naturally, they're the guys who will be directing both parts of another series that has small casts and zero special effects, The Avengers: Infinity War - Parts 1 and 2. Badass Digest broke the news, which was really just confirmation of another rumor they'd broken months earlier that Marvel was so satisfied with what the Russos had...

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- Peter Hall

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One Big Happy: Does NBC's New Modern Family Pop?

17 March 2015 7:00 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

One Big Happy features Elisha Cuthbert’s (Happy Endings) welcome return to the small screen alongside the always-charming Nick Zano in his first series regular role since The WB’s What I Like About You. But is the show itself the right fit for this frustratingly good-looking, rib-tickling duo?

RelatedUndateable to Air Live Episode

In the premiere episode, which aired Tuesday, we meet perpetually single BFFs Luke (Zano) and Lizzy (Cuthbert), a carefree bowling alley owner and his lesbian roommate who have decided to start a family. Their plan is no sooner interrupted when the free-spirited Prudence (Kelly Brook, Piranha 3D »

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Ellen DeGeneres Is About to Change TV Again With 'One Big Happy'

17 March 2015 3:12 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Nearly 18 years ago, Ellen DeGeneres made television history when she announced on her sitcom that she was gay. Now, the queen of daytime is about to change the landscape again with the new NBC comedy One Big Happy.

News: Ellen DeGeneres Thinks She Would Want Kids, But Will She?

Ellen executive produces the show, which follows the unconventional family of Lizzy (Elisha Cuthbert), Luke (Nick Zano) and Prudence (Kelly Brook). Lizzy, who is a lesbian, wants to raise a child with Luke by her side. Lizzy discovers she's pregnant just after Luke elopes with a free-spirited British girl (Prudence) -- and with that a new kind of family is born.

"It's a really funny show that people will love," Ellen said.

According to Kelly, Ellen is wearing multiple hats behind the scenes of the show, including warm-up comic.

"She comes on set and she warms the crowd up before we go on, which sometimes »

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‘One Big Happy’ Review: Ellen DeGeneres’ NBC Sitcom Is Full of Funny Moments

17 March 2015 1:09 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Elisha Cuthbert is not new to comedy. She was unintentionally funny in “24” as Jack’s mountain lion and mishap-prone daughter Kim and intentionally funny in ABC’s irreverent friendship sitcom “Happy Endings.” Now, as the star of the new “Three’s Company” like comedy “One Big Happy,” which debuts Tuesday on NBC, Cuthbert proves she can pull off playing an awkwardly affable pregnant lesbian. Also Read: How Ellen DeGeneres’ Comedy ‘One Big Happy’ Avoids Being One Big Gay Cliche That’s not to say that “One Big Happy” is comedy gold. The pilot kicks off with a rather clunky stage »

- Mekeisha Madden Toby

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Review: ‘One Big Happy’ illustrates sad state of NBC comedy brand

17 March 2015 10:57 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

With "Parks and Recreation" ascended to heaven, "Community" descended to Yahoo and "Marry Me" and "About a Boy" preparing to evaporate into the ether, you might say that NBC's comedy brand was in jeopardy. That, however, would make the completely false assumption that NBC has a comedy brand. As the network heads into the heart of the Spring 2015 development season, NBC has a couple half-hour blocks of laugh-intended programming, which does not a "comedy brand" make.  The network's confusion at its place-filling strategy is evident in the new Tuesday block of "Undateable" and "One Big Happy," which premieres on Tuesday (March 17) with the not insignificant boost of "The Voice," which NBC presumably hopes will prevent the ignominy of a network having to start 100 percent from scratch, comedy-wise, at the May upfronts. On the surface, "Undateable" and "One Big Happy" feel similar, at least if your concept of similar is "All »

- Daniel Fienberg

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Sorry to Crush Your Happy Endings Revival Dreams, But...

17 March 2015 10:30 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Whatever the Happy Endings' writers Twitter account is counting down to, it's not a new season of the beloved series. At least that's what Casey Wilson said. The Marry Me star—but let's be real, she'll always be Penny Hartz in our hearts—appeared on a podcast and dispelled rumors about the countdown clock and what may or may not happen on April 1. "I don't know. It's nothing to my knowledge," Wilson said. "I think it might be our writers assistant was joking around, and unfortunately I don't think it's a welcome joke for everyone," she said. And she's right. Fans—your beloved E! TV Scoop team included—got very excited about the »

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SXSW: Adam Pally Wants to Be Our Next Great, 'Different' Leading Man

17 March 2015 7:50 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Read More: SXSW: Mindy Kaling Teaches Us 10 Things About Running a TV Show You might first have heard of Adam Pally as a key anchor of the "Happy Endings" ensemble, but the actor moved to a number of projects after the series' unjust cancellation. Pally made a run on "The Mindy Project," started his own production deal with ABC Studios and is now starring in the indie feature "Night Owls," which premiered this weekend at SXSW. The film, which takes place over the course of one night, revolves around a man who's looking to hook up, but instead finds himself falling for his unbalanced one night stand (Rosa Salazar). One of the allures for the young actor was the chance for Pally to take on a leading man role. Of course, what does it mean to be a "leading man" these days? Indiewire got the chance to ask Pally, as »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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SXSW: Adam Pally Wants to Be Our Next Great, 'Different' Leading Man

17 March 2015 7:50 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: SXSW: Mindy Kaling Teaches Us 10 Things About Running a TV Show You might first have heard of Adam Pally as a key anchor of the "Happy Endings" ensemble, but the actor moved to a number of projects after the series' unjust cancellation. Pally made a run on "The Mindy Project," started his own production deal with ABC Studios and is now starring in the indie feature "Night Owls," which premiered this weekend at SXSW. The film, which takes place over the course of one night, revolves around a man who's looking to hook up, but instead finds himself falling for his unbalanced one night stand (Rosa Salazar). One of the allures for the young actor was the chance for Pally to take on a leading man role. Of course, what does it mean to be a "leading man" these days? Indiewire got the chance to ask Pally, as »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Looking, Ep. 2.09: “Looking for Sanctuary” finds some relationships strengthening while others break

16 March 2015 12:18 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Looking, Season 2, Episode 9: “Looking for Sanctuary”

Directed by Craig Johnson

Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Tanya Saracho

Airs Sundays at 10 Pm on HBO

By now it’s clear that Looking isn’t too interested in exploring the friendship between its main characters. Far more episodes of the show’s first two seasons, including last night’s “Looking for Sanctuary” have Patrick, Dom, and Agustin going off on their own romantic or personal adventures, each character in his own storyline. Occasionally the three of them will go out to lunch and update each other about what’s going on in their lives, or they’ll see each other at a party and introduce one another to a current boyfriend, but ultimately they lead separate lives. While this actually pretty realistic – thirty-something men with careers and relationships usually don’t spend every waking hour with their friends – it’s almost unprecedented in the world of episodic television. »

- Bryan Rucker

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One Big Happy Review – TV NBC

16 March 2015 11:10 AM, PDT | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

One Big Happy, NBC‘s latest sit-com effort, is set to have a great premiere just off the back of promotion by executive producer Ellen Degeneres. The real question is whether or not people are going to come back, and if it can expand its market beyond the viewers who are dedicated Ellen fans.

One of the best indicators of its success (or lack thereof) may be its lead-in, Undateable. The shows are well-paired, with not only much in common, but a similar comedic style. They are also shows that aren’t exactly the kind of efforts that will shoot out of the gates. They need to grow on you a bit before you come around to appreciating what a blast they are. That’s a tough road in today’s world, as Undateable fans can attest, since it wasn’t a sure thing it would be returning for a while. »

- Marc Eastman

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Damon Wayans Jr. Will Learn How To Be Single

6 March 2015 8:30 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

New Girl star Damon Wayan Jr. is in talks for a role in New Line’s star-studded romantic comedy How to Be Single.

Dakota Johnson (Fifty Shades of Grey), Lily Collins (Mirror Mirror), Alison Brie (Yahoo’s Community), Rebel Wilson (Pitch Perfect), Dan Stevens (Disney’s upcoming Beauty and the Beast) and Leslie Mann (This is 40) are all already attached to the ensemble pic, which will be directed by Collins’ Love, Rosie helmer Christian Ditter.

The script, based on Liz Tuccillo’s novel of the same name, has gone through multiple iterations, with Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein penning the original, and Dana Fox having been brought in to work on the current draft.

Like He’s Just Not That Into You, New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s Day before it, How to Be Single includes multiple, intersecting storylines and explores singlehood from both male and female perspectives. »

- Isaac Feldberg

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Prepare to Lol Hard at These Damon Wayans Jr. Tweets

2 March 2015 3:45 PM, PST | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Damon Wayans Jr. may come from one of the funniest families in show business, but with his roles on New Girl and Happy Endings (Rip), he's been cracking us up hard all on his own. When Damon isn't making us Lol on screen, he brings his hilarious musings to Twitter; on any given day, you can find Damon getting candid about dating, pop culture, and not being a morning person. Keep reading for 21 tweets from Damon that will have you laughing your ass off. You know you're not a morning person when you think people are saying "good morning" to you just to piss you off. — Damon Wayans Yunior? (@wayansjr) February 24, 2015 "I'm gonna put this wig on, I'm gonna go outside, and it's gonna work." - old lady wearing a wig that doesn't work — Damon Wayans Yunior? (@wayansjr) February 22, 2015 You ever be getting yelled at by your mom and think »

- Brittney-Stephens

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Exclusive: 'Weird Loners': Get to Know Becki Newton, Zachary Knighton & the Rest of the Quirky Cast!

26 February 2015 11:10 AM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

In a mid-season line-up jam-packed with over-used laugh tracks and played-out sitcom storylines, Fox is giving fans a breath of fresh air with their new unromantic comedy Weird Loners.

The NYC-based series, which premeires Tuesday, March 31, features a sensational cast of fan favorites -- Becki Newton (Ugly Betty), Zachary Knighton (Happy Endings), and Nate Torrence (Hello Ladies) -- as well as small-screen's newest gem Meera Rohit Kumbani.

Each late-twenties/early-thirties something character brings a unique and fun twist to the definition of "weird," while simultaneously proving to be some of the worst (and subsequently most relatable) human beings you've ever seen on your screens.

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If you're like us and need a TV show comparison chart, think of Weird Loners as a series with the same quirkiness of New Girl, the character chemistry of Happy Endings, and the NYC-based unbelievabilty of Friends. (Come on y'all »

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How Parks and Recreation Managed to Survive for 7 Seasons

23 February 2015 2:00 PM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Being a fan of Parks and Recreation over the past six years has meant loving a show that almost always seemed on the verge of cancellation. During the early seasons, journalists interviewing creator Michael Schur were pretty much required to bring up the show’s low ratings and ask him to gauge its odds of survival — so much so that Schur eventually began to paint life on the Nielsen bubble as a positive. “I’ve come to really enjoy the uncertainty. I think it breeds good ideas,” he told HitFix’s Alan Sepinwall in 2013. And yet, when Parks signs off tomorrow, it will have run seven seasons and 125 episodes: That’s a short run, perhaps, compared to other classic comedies (200 for The Office), but more than enough to avoid the dreaded label of “critically beloved but short-lived” (we will never let go, Happy Endings). So how did Parks manage to »

- Josef Adalian

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