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Snoop Dogg inks a sitcom deal with NBC; would you watch?

Snoop Dogg inks a sitcom deal with NBC; would you watch?

By | October 6, 2011 at 2:22 pm | 2 comments

A couple of weeks ago we discussed Snoop Dogg’s comedy history in light of news that he was developing a family-oriented sitcom. Now the show is becoming a reality, having found a home—and a script commitment—at NBC. The as-yet-untitled project is set to feature Snoop...

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NBC cancels Hank Azaria’s new comedy “Free Agents”

NBC cancels Hank Azaria’s new comedy “Free Agents”

By | October 6, 2011 at 1:34 pm | No comments

Despite an aggressive Twitter campaign launched Monday by the show's star Hank Azaria and carried on through yesterday -- with most of the cast and even friends of the cast joining in -- NBC has canceled Free Agents. The tweet pleas asking folks to tune in to last night's...

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Denise Richards will guest star on “30 Rock”

Denise Richards will guest star on “30 Rock”

By | October 5, 2011 at 12:31 pm | One comment

NBC's hit comedy 30 Rock is known not only for ushering in some of the most original scripts in primetime history -- thank you, Tina Fey! -- but also for having lots of fun with its guest stars. And although we're totally hankering for some Liz Lemon about now (remember, the...

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NBC orders more episodes of “Whitney” and “Up All Night”

NBC orders more episodes of “Whitney” and “Up All Night”

By | October 4, 2011 at 1:18 pm | No comments

It turns out the ratings for two of NBC's new comedies, Whitney and Up All All Night have been strong enough to warrant full season commitments. Many times networks will test out new shows by committing to a certain number of episodes, promote the hell out of those episodes and...

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“Community” recap: The Geography of Global Conflict

“Community” recap: The Geography of Global Conflict

By | September 30, 2011 at 4:10 pm | One comment

We open in history class, where Bill Haverchuck (or that guy from Party Down to those of you in your 20s) is teaching history. (PS, how hot has Bill Haverchuck gotten—amirite???) He’s playing favorites with Annie—Annie Kim that is. Uh-oh: There’s a hotter, smarter,...

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Andy inks his ass and 13 other things we learned on “The Office,” episode 2, season 8

Andy inks his ass and 13 other things we learned on “The Office,” episode 2, season 8

By | September 30, 2011 at 9:11 am | No comments

On The Office's second episode of its eighth season -- titled "The Incentive" -- we find new boss Andy Bernard in his first real managerial predicament: he needs to somehow double sales or risk feeling the creepy wrath of CEO Robert California. By the end of the episode, we have...

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Four videos to help prep you for the new episode of “Parks and Recreation”

Four videos to help prep you for the new episode of “Parks and Recreation”

By | September 29, 2011 at 12:33 pm | No comments

When the clock strikes 8:30 pm ET tonight, a new episode of one of our favorite shows, Parks and Recreation will be upon us. If you missed the season premiere last week, you can catch up by checking out our recap here. The main thing to know is that Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler)...

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Dane Cook tells Laughspin he’s “beyond aroused” to land development deal at NBC

Dane Cook tells Laughspin he’s “beyond aroused” to land development deal at NBC

By | September 28, 2011 at 3:48 pm | 4 comments

Hugely successful Dane Cook has struck a development deal with NBC to produce a sitcom. The half-hour project, set to roll out next Fall, according to Deadline, would star Cook and would be produced by his production outfit SuperFInger Entertainment. Potential plot details for...

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Parks and Recreation recap: “I’m Leslie Knope”

Parks and Recreation recap: “I’m Leslie Knope”

By | September 23, 2011 at 2:11 pm | One comment

The new season of Parks and Recreation premiered last night and, oh, what fun we had. And we found out so many things! So grab your go-bag and hightail it out of wherever you are and enter a world of municipal hijinks, dong shots, and big, abstract dreams. At Li’l...

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