NBC orders 13 new episodes of 90s comedy Coach starring Craig T. Nelson
Coach, the sitcom starring Craig T. Nelson as football coach Hayden Fox, will be back on television this fall. NBC has ordered a new 13 episode season of the 90s sitcom. Coach has been off air for the past two decades but Nelson is set to reprise his role. The original series of Coach aired on ... [Read More]
'Coach' Is Returning for a 13-Episode Season on NBC
by Megh Wright Your prayers have finally been answered: '90s sitcom Coach returning for a brand new season. Deadline reports that NBC has given a straight-to-series 13-episode order to the show, which originally ran on ABC from 1989-1997. Craig T. Nelson is attached to reprise his role, and original... [Read More]
Paula Pell Looks Back on 'SNL's 40th Anniversary Special on 'Late Night'
by Megh Wright The lovely and always entertaining talk show guest Paula Pell stopped by last night's Late Night, where she and Meyers talked about everything from her work on the upcoming Tina Fey/Amy Poehler movie Sisters to what it's like to be a script doctor for other movies to the SNL 40th anni... [Read More]
NBC revives “Coach” for 13-episode season, 18 years after its ABC run
NBC ultimately decided to greenlight a 13-episode straight-to-series commitment for a sitcom that went off the air 18 years ago on another network because: a) They were so enamored of Craig T. Nelson's work as patriarch of the Braverman clan for six seasons on Parenthood, which just wrapped on the n... [Read More]
Aidy Bryant, Dwayne Johnson, and George Ezra Get Comfy in These 'SNL' Promos
by Megh Wright Dwayne Johnson returns to SNL this weekend, and NBC just released another round of promos to get you excited. The four-time host is joined by musical guest George Ezra and Aidy Bryant, who clearly has a deep appreciation for homemade cookies and manly muscles. 0 Comments... [Read More]
NBC sets Craig Robinson and Jerrod Carmichael comedies for late summer premieres
Set your alarm clocks. Two years in the making, Mr. Robinson finally gets it’s slot starring Office alum Craig Robinson. The network that Mr. Robinson will premiere August 5 9pm as the lead in to Jerrod Carmichael’s The Carmichael Show, airing at 9:30 p.m. It’s ... [Read More]
NBC Sets Premiere Dates for 'Mr. Robinson,' 'The Carmichael Show,' and 'Welcome to Sweden'
by Megh Wright Craig Robinson's NBC comedy finally has a premiere date. The network revealed today that Mr. Robinson will premiere on Wednesday, August 5th at 9:00pm followed by the premiere of The Carmichael Show starring comedian Jerrod Carmichael at 9:30pm. Mr. Robinson has been in development at... [Read More]
NBC slates “Mr. Robinson” and “The Carmichael Show” for August 2015 debuts
NBC will give Wednesday nights a try for sitcoms late this summer, announcing the Aug. 5 debut pairing of Mr. Robinson and The Carmichael Show in the 9 p.m. Eastern/Pacific hour. Mr. Robinson stars Craig Robinson as a version of his bad self who sings and plays keyboards in the funk b... [Read More]
Taraji P. Henson and Michael Keaton Set as April 'SNL' Hosts
by Megh Wright NBC just announced two upcoming SNL hosts. According to TV Line, Michael Keaton will host SNL for a third time on April 4th with musical guest Carly Rae Jepsen, then Empire star Taraji P. Henson will make her hosting debut on April 11th with musical guest Mumford & Sons. The show ... [Read More]
Dwayne Johnson Debuts His New Wrestling Catchphrase in These 'SNL' Promos
by Megh Wright SNL is back this weekend with four-time host Dwayne Johnson and musical guest George Ezra, and NBC just released the first round of promos featuring Johnson and Bobby Moynihan discussing their porn star names, monologue jokes, and Johnson's new and much wiser wrestling catchphrase. 0... [Read More]