NBC Cancels 'About a Boy' and David Caspe's 'Marry Me'
by Megh Wright A day after ordering three new comedies, NBC has decided to cancel two: David Caspe's freshman comedy Marry Me starring Casey Wilson and Ken Marino and sophomore comedy About a Boy. Marry Me premiered back in October and was pulled off the air in February to make room f... [Read More]
This Week on TV: The Larry Wilmore era begins tonight on Comedy Central with “The Nightly Show”
“It’s like ‘The Daily Show’, but Nightlier” says Larry Wilmore who’s new show aptly titled, The Nightly Show, begins tonight. Originally called The Minority Report, but ultimately changed, The Nightly Show is a spin-off of The Daily Show where Wilmore sp... [Read More]
NBC Orders Five Additional Episodes of 'Marry Me'
by Megh Wright Good news for one of this season's new comedies: Not long after canceling A to Z and Bad Judge, THR reports that NBC has ordered five more episodes of its freshman comedy Marry Me from creator David Caspe. This brings Marry Me's debut season order up to 18 episodes, though it's unknow... [Read More]
Drunk History finale on Comedy Central stars Courteney Cox, Casey Wilson, Alia Shawkat as First Ladies (Video)
Drunk History’s season two finale goes down tomorrow on Comedy Central at 10:30 pm ET— and with the finale comes our country’s First Ladies. In the episode, we find Courteney Cox playing Edith Wilson, Casey Wilson as Dolley Madison and Alia Shawkat, who plays Frances Cleveland to B... [Read More]
Drunk History finale on Comedy Central stars Courteney Cox, Casey Wilson, Alia Shawkat as First Ladies (Video)
Drunk History’s season two finale goes down tomorrow on Comedy Central at 10:30 pm ET— and with the finale comes our country’s First Ladies. In the episode, we find Courteney Cox playing Edith Wilson, Casey Wilson as Dolley Madison and Alia Shawkat, who plays Frances Cleveland to B... [Read More]
Season 1 of “The Hotwives of Orlando” available now on Hulu
The Paul Scheer producedreality reality-spoof series, The Hotwives of Orlando, is available now on Hulu. The show parodies Bravo’s “Real Housewives” series of shows about grown women who act like drunk, catty tweens. Kristen Schaal, Casey Wilson, Angela Kinsey, Tymberlee Hill, Andr... [Read More]
New comedies “Marry Me,” “Bad Judge,” and “A to Z” get premiere dates
NBC recently released their fall premiere schedule with dates for three of the network’s newest comedies. Marry Me, starring Casey Wilson and Ken Marino as a “couple who bonded over their mutual love of nachos six years ago and have been inseparable ever since” on the verge of enga... [Read More]