Here's the First Trailer for Fox's 'Golan the Insatiable' Starring Aubrey Plaza and Rob Riggle
by Megh Wright Former ADHD series Golan the Insatiable is headed to primetime Fox later this month, and the network recently released the first trailer. Starring Aubrey Plaza and Rob Riggle as an unlikely pair of new friends, Golan is also set to feature the voice talents of Ken Marino, John DiMaggi... [Read More]
 
Broadcast TV Journalists Association giving Seth MacFarlane the Critics’ Choice Louis XIII Genius Award
Seth MacFarlane: Genius? If you can convince FOX to reboot Cosmos and teach viewers about space, while also managing to save Family Guy from cancellation, earning a Grammy Award for singing big-band tunes, making a hit out of a talking teddy bear movie, and hosting twice as many Comedy Central Roast... [Read More]
 
Hulu Has Ordered a 26-Episode Fourth Season of 'The Mindy Project'
by Adam Frucci Fox may have canceled The Mindy Project, but the show isn't going away — instead, it's moving to Hulu, which has just picked up the show for a 26-episode fourth season. In addition, the first three seasons will be available exclusively on Hulu. Kaling had this to say: "I am thri... [Read More]
 
'Rick and Morty's New 'Simpsons' Couch Gag Is a Perfect Mini-Crossover
by Adam Frucci Here's the couch gag for this Sunday's upcoming Simpsons season finale, in which Adult Swim's Rick and Morty accidentally kill Springfield's favorite family and need to figure out how to right their wrong. It's a perfect cross-over between the two shows, bringing the Simpsons into th... [Read More]
 
'The Edge': The Talent-Stacked '90s Sketch Show That Time Forgot
by Cass Wall The Edge, a weekly sketch show, premiered on Fox over twenty years ago, back in 1992. It only lasted for a single 18 episode season and no one seems to remember it, but in hindsight it probably should have succeeded based purely on the talent involved. It had everything going for it: it... [Read More]
 
Harry Shearer leaves Simpsons over contract dispute
Shortly after Fox renewed The Simpsons for another two seasons, Harry Shearer has decided not to return to the longest-running sitcom on television. Shearer voices a slew of Simpsons characters including Mr. Burns, Principal Skinner, Ned Flanders, Reverend Lovejoy, Dr. Hibbert, bus driver Otto and m... [Read More]
 
Harry Shearer out after 26 seasons of The Simpsons; FOX staple will recast his voices (Mr. Burns, Ned Flanders, Principal Skinner, Kent Brockman, more?!)
Four years ago, Harry Shearer took a stand on behalf of his voice cast for The Simpsons as the dominating animated sitcom for FOX. This year, Shearer's stance in contract negotiations is leaving the 71-year-old on the outside looking in when The Simpsons continues for seasons 27 and 28 without ... [Read More]
 
Harry Shearer Is Leaving 'The Simpsons'
by Adam Frucci Harry Shearer, longtime Simpsons voice of such characters as Principal Skinner, Kent Brockman, Mr. Burns, Waylon Smithers, Ned Flanders, Reverend Lovejoy, Dr. Hibbert, Otto Mann, and Rainier Wolfcastle, has tweeted saying that he's leaving the show due to a contract dispute. from Jame... [Read More]
 
Fox Officially Confirms 'Mulaney's Cancellation
by Megh Wright Earlier today, Fox announced a round of cancellations, and among them is one that probably doesn't come as a surprise. SNL alum John Mulaney's multi-cam sitcom Mulaney has officially been given the axe by the network; a Fox exec told Deadline the show was "dead" back in January, but t... [Read More]
 
Fox Announces Fall Premieres for 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' 'Last Man on Earth,' 'Grandfathered,' and More
by Megh Wright Fox announced its fall lineup today, including new seasons of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Last Man on Earth, The Simpsons, and Family Guy on Sunday nights and the series premieres of three new comedies on Tuesday nights: Grandfathered starring John Stamos, The Grinder starring Rob Lowe and Fr... [Read More]