Home Game (2011 TV Movie)
Still faring well, though not as indomitable as it used to be, CBS made headlines more this year for the antics of "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen than any of its other shows. With Ashton Kutcher now replacing Sheen, the new look 'Men' is staying in the same time slot and you can bet the network is desperately hoping it'll perform as well.
In any case, CBS is actually making some significant changes this year in terms of scheduling. Most notably the new J.J. Abrams series "Person of Interest" is getting the highly coveted Thursday 9pm slot which has been the home of the original "CSI" for the past decade,
Buzz is already strong for several projects (for more on the hot ones, click here). But every year, we always wonder what diamond-in-the-rough was left on the cutting room
The Doctor (Rina Mimoun, David Nutter). A mother (Christine Lahti) reconnects with her adult children when
But Marino's stopping by network TV too; he's just signed on to co-star as Rob Riggle's brother in CBS' upcoming pilot Home Game, about a former NFL athlete who retires and settles into (zany!!) suburban family life. If anything can brighten up that sh*thole of a channel, it's the guy who brought you Soup-r-Crackers.
If we had to guess right now, we'd say that the show, which is currently the most-watched comedy on TV, will be back in some form -- with or without Charlie Sheen -- for 2011-12. CBS will announce its lineup for next season in mid-May, which means the network, Warner Bros. TV, creators Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn and Sheen have about two and a half months to figure out what happens next.
But what if the worst-case scenario for CBS happens and "Men" doesn't come back at all?
Yes, the network would probably suffer some in the ratings -- but it would probably also come out Ok. CBS also has the No. 2 and 3 comedies in terms of viewers in "The Big Bang Theory" and "Mike & Molly"; both shows are also in the Top 25 this
Many of the actors who’ve already booked pilots over the last two months may not even make the cut for fall, but the current crop of prospective fall stars has already upstaged most of the starpower in primetime this year.
That said, the network does have a serious weapon in its arsenal that could end up upstaging Woman and those three angels on ABC. I’m talking to
Home Game is based off of the life of Espn NFL analyst and three-time Super Bowl winning guard, Mark Schlereth whose post-game life includes being a sports talk radio host and playing a recurring role as Detective Roc Hoover on The Guiding Light. The difference in Home Game is that Schelereth is leaving his pursuit of acting to daytime soap operas and will just produce the series with his wife and daughter
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