How to Be a Gentleman (2011– )
Flight of the Conchords star Rhys Darby plays a host of hilarious characters in a laugh out loud look at small town life in New Zealand, featuring cameo appearances from Stephen Merchant, Karl Urban, Sam Neill and Bear Grylls, in this side-splitting cross between The Office and Parks and Recreation.
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It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia‘s David Hornsby will guest-star in a November episode of the Fox comedy, TVLine has learned exclusively.
In addition to being an accomplished actor in his own right, Hornsby is married to Bones star Emily Deschanel and brother-in-law to New Girl lead Zooey Deschanel. In the Season 6 installment, he’ll play the head of Jess’ school’s parent council, a tough customer whom Miss Day really, really wants to impress.
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The Millers follows a local newsman (Arnett) who's been hiding his recent divorce from his parents. When they hear the news, his dad (Beau Bridges) leaves his mom (Margo Martindale) and they each move in with their kids. The rest of the sitcom's cast includes J.B. Smoove, Jayma Mays, Nelson Franklin, and Eve Moon.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart
After failing miserably with shows like “Rob!” and “How to Be a Gentleman,” they gave up and just moved “Two and a Half Men” to Thursday nights. That worked and so now they’re trying to expand the empire by pulling the night’s big hits apart and launching two programs in between. Neither are good and one is horrible. Ah well. Maybe they can move “2 Broke Girls” to Thursdays too.
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Television Rating: 2.5/5.0
The better of the two new CBS programs this evening has also been one of the most reviled in new season previews. Meh.
Recently I went through all my stuff in the entire house and went through everything damaged or unuseful or I don't love. That's how I ended up looking through this box of photos and then. Oh! it's the hot waitress from El Torito Grill. I dated her. Yeah, that happened. I mean I liked my life in the '90s but I didn't feel like going back there. The picture of this girl and I, realizing I used to date her and I had blocked it out, shoved it into a black hole of my unconsciousness. There it was staring at me in the face, taunting me. "Oh don't act like you forgot me. Here I am!" — Kickin' It Mary Lynn Style
Mary Lynn Rajskub is a stand-up comic and actress who is most recognizable for her roles in TV shows like 24 or How to be a Gentleman,
Just last week, you could find video of full episodes, clips, promos, synopses, biographies, and show photos on the network site. All traces of David Krumholtz, Michael Urie, Sophia Bush, and Brandon Routh have been deleted.
While Partners wasn't a ratings success for CBS, it wasn't a huge flop either. Heck, NBC and Fox would love to have more sitcoms with Partners' numbers.
It's curious that the network would so quickly wipe out all traces of a show that ran for six weeks but in the past they've kept immediate failures (like How to Be a Gentleman and 3) on their website for months.
According to TVLine, Rajskub is guest starring as a rehab patient whose roommate is murdered. Now, I have no problem with this as is. Let whoever is murdered be murdered.
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The actress will guest star as a rehab patient whose roommate is murdered in a January episode of the CBS procedural.
Rajskub co-starrd in last season’s short-lived CBS sitcom How to Be a Gentleman. Her other tube credits include stints on The L.A. Complex, Grey’s Anatomy, Raising Hope and Modern Family.
- "Gossip Girl" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" alum Michelle Trachtenberg will guest-star on "Criminal Minds" later this season -- and her character sounds like she'll out-crazy Georgina Sparks. She'll play a stalker who loses it when she doesn't get the job she wants. [EW]
- NBC will air another Michael Buble holiday special this year after last year's "A Michael Buble Christmas" did decent ratings. The new special, set for Dec. 10, is called "Michael Buble: Home for the Holidays" and will feature guests Blake Shelton, Carly Rae Jepsen, Rod Stewart and Elmo from "Sesame Street." [NBC]
- Jane Seymour has booked a guest spot on Fox's comedy "Ben and Kate" for later this season, playing the mother of Lucy Punch's Bj. David Hornsby
Jane Seymour will guest-star on the Fox comedy as the mother of Lucy Punch’s character, TVLine has learned exclusively.
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Mom Wendy, a sexy, middle-class Brit with plenty of affectations and bourgeois attitudes, will discover that her daughter is keeping some secrets from her.
While known as Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman‘s titular frontier doc, Seymour recently has shown off her range with TV gigs on Franklin & Bash,
New episodes of "Made In Jersey" will start on Saturday, November 24 at 8 p.m. Et. The show was pulled from its regular Friday night timeslot after only two episodes. "Made In Jersey" premiered to 7.8 million viewers and a 1.1 rating. The second episode had 6.8 million viewers and a very low 0.8 rating. The show stars Janet Montgomery as a newbie New Jersey girl lawyer and Kyle MacLachlan as elite attorney Donovan Stark.
Last season, CBS followed the same strategy with "How To Be a Gentleman," pulling it from Thursdays and slotting the leftover originals on Saturdays. However, it was bested by reruns of "Two and a Half Men" and quickly left the schedule altogether.
CBS shifted its Friday night schedule after "Made In Jersey" got the boot. Season 4 of
Social media users are increasingly becoming good partners to TV, helping to spread the word about which series are critically adored and popular. But like every relationship, there are some negative aspects, too.
Unfortunately, networks using social media as inspiration for shows is one of them.
NBC recently ordered a pilot based on 24-year-old Emma Koenig‘s Tumblr account entitled, “Fuck! I’m in My Twenties,” which already spawned a book. The site features drawn images filled with sarcasm and insight about quarter-life crises. The show will follow a young woman in her twenties as she navigates her way in New York City. Sound familiar, fans of HBO’s Girls?
This announcement comes just two days after CBS ordered a comedy based on another Tumblr, and the source of inspiration for it comes from yet another twenty-something woman. On deck for this pilot is Lauren Bachelis‘ blog entitled “#hollywoodassistants.
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