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Inspired by Maureen Dowd’s 2005 book Are Men Necessary?, the half-hour potential series stars Cummings as Amanda, a financially successful woman navigating a world that is complicated by the biological and cultural differences between men and women.
Per our sister site Deadline, Ratzenberger plays Amanda’s father, Gerry, who has a stroke-related medical condition called locked-in syndrome. Though his mind is functioning normally, »
Lucy Punch (Ben And Kate), Brett Goldstein (SuperBob), Jenn Tullock (Partners) and Krystal Smith (aka YouTube’s Krissychula) have been cast opposite Whitney Cummings in her half-hour HBO comedy pilot A Lot (fka Untitled Whitney Cummings). Inspired by Maureen Dowd's book Are Men Necessary?: When Sexes Collide, Cummings stars in this not so romantic comedy about how a financially successful woman navigates a world complicated by the biological and cultural differences… »
If you’re a fan of Echo Kellum’s Curtis Holt, then we have some terrific news for you! It’s been confirmed that the Arrow star will be back in season five as a series regular, a definite indication that the Palmer Tech employee is about to take on a much more significant role as part of Team Arrow.
He’s used his technological know how to help the Green Arrow out a number of times, but most of his scenes have been with Felicty Smoak. In fact, it was his expertise which helped her get out of that wheelchair she was left in after being attacked by Damien Darhk and H.I.V.E.
In the comics, »
- Josh Wilding
Fresh off of the episode in which Palmer Tech whiz Curtis Holt stumbled upon the Arrowcave, er, “bunker” and its many secrets, Kellum has been promoted to series regular status, effective with Season 5 (premiering this fall).
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Kellum made his debut on the CW series in Season 4’s second episode, as the genius developer who has helped CEO Felicity Smoak keep Palmer Tech afloat.
If you’ve been wondering about a boy New Girl‘s Jess once dated, wonder no more.
David Walton will bring Dr. Sam back to the Fox comedy for a multiple-episode arc, TVLine has learned exclusively.
The About a Boy star debuted in Season 2, when Jess mistook his character for the blind date she was supposed to meet. Sam and Jess dated for a while before breaking up after Nick and Jess kissed.
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Walton’s episodes will air in March.
5 items from 2016
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