Thursday, July 12, 2012

From LA Examiner: CBS Fall Premiere Dates; 'Men At Work' Season Finale Spoilers; Katlin Mastandrea Joins 'Anger Management'; Bravo Keeps Up With 'The Joneses'; Zachary Levi Humors Me...

"CBS sets Fall 2012 premiere dates for Vegas, Elementary, Hawaii Five-0, etc"

CBS has finally gotten in the game! Weeks after previous networks like NBC, FOX, and The CW announced their fall 2012 premieres, CBS has set their schedule. Take a look below and be sure to weigh in in the comments with what you'll be checking out...and what you won't... [MORE]

"Men At Work season finale hosts the ultimate dude version of a decathalon"

The guys of Men At Work will go all out for each other. When one friend is down (cough, Milo getting dumped), the others step in to take him out, hook him up, and get his former girl off his mind. But when those things fail, they go one step further and create a mini-marathon of games and events designed to cleanse Milo (Danny Masterson) of all things Lisa (Amy Smart)... [MORE]

"TV takes Katlin Mastandrea from The Middle to Anger Management"

Relative Hollywood newcomer Katlin Mastandrea burst onto television screens most notably in ABC’s sitcom, The Middle, where she played “Weird Ashley,” a friend of Sue’s…who just happened to have a crush on her older brother Axl. Her guest appearances there culminated this May in a special prom episode, which Mastandrea told LA TV Insider Examiner was extra fun and special since she had never gotten to go to a real prom. But that is really only where her career has gotten started. These days she is working opposite arguably the biggest buzzy name in television, Charlie Sheen, by guest starring on his new FX comedy Anger Management... [MORE]

"Bravo getting into the scripted game with The Joneses from Liz Tigelaar?"

This is huge news and a major shake-up over at Bravo, a network known solely for (lavish) lifestyle and reality programming. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that the cabler is redeveloping a scripted series from Life Unexpected creator Liz Tigelaar... [MORE]

“Hollywood is such a funny town. You know, stability is not a word commonly used with an actor’s career, so you really have to stay hustling, and I’ve got so many ideas that I want to implement in the world, and I guess that keeps me pretty busy!” Former Chuck star Zachary Levi laughed when promoting Nerd HQ... [MORE]

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