Tuesday, October 9, 2012

From LA Examiner: 'Raising Hope' Photo Preview; Claudia Lee Sings on 'Hart of Dixie'; 'The New Normal' Preview; Busy Philipps on 'Apartment 23'; Paley's Next Event; 'Underemployed' Advance Review...


"Raising Hope fights to keep the family together (Photos, Video)"

Raising Hope is entering into a very special two-part episode this week. And because the theme of the episode deals with a social work (guest star Jenny Slate) paying a visit to the Chance family home after a complaint was lodged against their childcare, it has the potential to turn into a Very Special Episode. Greg Garcia creates smarter programming than that, though; he is known for slipping his sweet sentiment into episodes under a thick layer of situational humor. And thus is the case again here with “Throw Maw Maw From The House"... [MORE]


"Claudia Lee to perform single "Take My Hand" on Hart of Dixie"

With Hart of Dixie back for a second season, the show is wasting no time jumping right into big, whimsical town events. The second episode of the season, entitled “Always On My Mind” features one such gathering in BlueBellapalooza, which showrunner Leila Gerstein called “a Southern Coachella.” And what would a town concert be without at least one very special performance? Claudia Lee, who plays Magnolia, will be taking the stage to sing her own single, “Take My Hand” from her album “Here Right Now.” ... [MORE]


"The New Normal knows how to throw a wedding, make you fall in love!"

 
The New Normal has quickly shot its way up to our favorite new comedy of this fall season, holding steady with some of our favorite current comedies in general. If you haven’t given it a shot yet, the next all-new episode, “Bryanzilla,” is the perfect place to jump in... [MORE]



"First Look Photos: Busy Philipps guests on Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23"

Don't Trust The B---- in Apartment 23 has always drawn a majority of its audience simply from the willingness of star James Van Der Beek to poke fun at his career, his past, and himself by playing an over-the-top, narcissistic version of his own celebrity. And in the second season premiere, the comedy series wastes no time taking that joke and running even further with it... [MORE]



"See the Happy Endings & Apartment 23 premieres early at Paley Center in L.A."


Want a chance to see the season premieres of Happy Endings and Don't Trust The B---- in Apartment 23 a week early? Los Angeles area fans will have their chance when the Paley Center for Media hosts an evening with both shows on October 16th 2012... [MORE]



"Fall 2012 TV Preview: MTV’s Underemployed"

A few years ago I was just out of college and into production companies, pitching series I wanted to see on television. The one I was closest to personally was not the one I was fighting for the hardest, and nothing ever came of it. Not technically anyway. But when I sat down to pre-screen MTV’s own newest millennial generation series, Underemployed, I couldn’t help but see my own First Year Out, a show about those who thought the world was their oyster on graduation day actually scraping the bottom of the barrel in the real world, reflected back but with time and perspective. And it’s a good look for the network that has been maturing a little bit at a time... [MORE

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