The actress will exec produce and star in a new halfhour comedy from Universal TV that is in development at NBC.
Eight documentary shorts have been placed on the shortlist for Academy Award consideration. Oscar nominations will go to as few as three or as many as five of the shortlisted projects. Voters from…
The Peacock has held Ryder Cup TV rights since 1991.
Kreischer has previously appeared on Comedy Central.
Brie Larson has been performing nearly her entire life, as a singer, on TV ("United States of Tara") and in film ("21 Jump Street").
CBS has pulled the plug on rookie Monday sitcom "We Are Men" after two episodes, in the hopes of shoring up a night that has also seen freshman drama "Hostages" struggle.
"Trial" is a serialized legal thriller from the point of view of a young Latina attorney.
Job security is an occupational hazard for actors, but it's going to be a long time before Tatiana Maslany has trouble finding new parts.
Showtime will develop halfhour musical-comedy "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," from Rachel Bloom and "The Devil Wears Prada" writer Aline Brosh McKenna.
To play Lester Ballard, the ostracized protagonist in the bigscreen adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's "Child of God," Scott Haze banished himself to Tennessee.
"When the Balls Drop" will be based on Garrett's autobiography.
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