Saturday, July 27, 2013

From LA Examiner: Lance Reddick Guests on 'Wilfred'; NBC Orders 4 More Limited Series; Megan Hilty On Her New NBC Role; Jason Katims on 'Parenthood' Season 5...

Lance Reddick is guest starring on FX's Wilfred in pivotal third season episode in which Ryan (Elijah Wood) attempts to get to the bottom of some childhood trauma, and LA TV Insider Examiner has obtained some First Look images of Reddick in his role as the therapist attempting to help Ryan... [MORE]

"NBC announces 4 new limited series orders, including The Tommyknockers"

NBC delivered its new fall line-up at the Summer Television Critics Association press tour today in Los Angeles, and along with panels for new programs like The Michael J. Fox Show, The Blacklist, and Ironside, Chairman of NBC Entertainment also announced the orders for four new mini or otherwise limited "event series"... [MORE]

"Michael J. Fox on making Parkinson's funny on his new self-titled NBC comedy"

Is the return of a beloved television and movie star to the medium that made him a household name in the first place "event television"? NBC certainly hopes so when it comes to Michael J. Fox. Not only did they pick up his new semi-autobiographical half-hour comedy straight to series and title the show after him to welcome his fans back to the network, but they gave him a prime time slot, which should set him up for immediate success, as well. He's "still got it," as the show tagline least they certainly hope he does... [MORE]

"Megan Hilty reunites with Sean Hayes on NBC, Find out about her new role here!"

Although Megan Hilty and Sean Hayes worked together on the second season of NBC's Smash, when his new semi-self-titled sitcom Sean Saves the World was looking to re-cast the role of his character's best friend, it wasn't as simple as a phone call to keep the theater-trained actress on the peacock network... [MORE

"Jason Katims previews Parenthood season 5 and changing relationships"

The bi-annual Television Critics Association Press Tour held in Los Angeles is usually only for the networks to present their new programming prior to premieres, but on special occasions (like long-running series hitting a syndication mark, 100 episode milestone, or concluding with a pre-planned finale), they will make an exception and bring the show to return. Such was the case today with NBC's Parenthood, which is coming into its fifth season with a full (22 episode) season order after years of being a bubble show... [MORE]

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