Wednesday, July 31, 2013

From LA Examiner: Aisha Tyler Talks 'Whose Line'; Scott Porter Previews 'Hart of Dixie' S3; Amy B. Harris Talks 'The Carrie Diaries' NYC Expansion; 'The Mindy Project' Spoilers...



When The CW first announced they were bringing back Whose Line is it Anyway? and that Aisha Tyler was going to be hosting, it was a bit of a bittersweet announcement. While thrilling to have such a creative, funny, original show back on air with fresh life breathed into it, it was hard to deny the disappointment that the comedienne was going to be sitting behind the desk doling out points rather than up on the stage performing alongside Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady, and Ryan Stiles. But there was a method to the show's madness, as the focus was really on re-creating as much of the magic of the original as possible, and that meant reserving those coveted core improv spots for those original cast members... [MORE]



The last time Hart of Dixie fans saw George Tucker (Scott Porter) things were looking a little bleak. He was heading out of town on tour with a band which should be guaranteed to be a good time, but all he was really doing was distracting himself from the fact that he was so unlucky in love. We wish we could report some happy news for you, but when we caught up with Porter in Los Angeles, he confirmed that things are still not looking so good for George when the third season opens... [MORE]


"The Carrie Diaries's EP on expanding NYC and what about Stanford on S2?"

The first season finale of The CW's The Carrie Diaries ended with an extra special nod to Sex & The City before it by dropping the name "Stanford" in a conversation about New York City roommates. But while he was hinted at so early in the show's run, executive producer Amy B. Harris has chosen to introduce a different Sex & The City character first... [MORE



"The Mindy Project season 2 promises Haiti, a music festival, & single Mindy"

The first season finale of FOX's The Mindy Project left fans with a little bit of a cliffhanger. In case you need a refresher: Mindy (Mindy Kaling) cut off her hair as a symbol could compromise and take herself out of her comfort zone-- and to show her boyfriend (guest star Anders Holm) that she was ready to go with him to Haiti. Meanwhile, Danny (Chris Messina) had gotten back together with his ex-wife (guest star Chloe Sevigny). The cliffhanger aspect came in because Mindy is such a specific personality, there were so many wild possibilities of how she'd "deal" in Haiti. Thankfully, though, the writers and producers see the humor in that "fish out of water" aspect of her character and will be exploring some of it when season two picks up... [MORE]


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