So many possibilities, but so few spots to go around for TV's lead actors in comedy.
Elijah Wood Wilfred
Director Randall Einhorn has tapped his "Wilfred" star Elijah Wood to topline Dignity Film Finance's indie comedy "The Late Bloomer," based on Ken Baker's 2001 memoir "Man Made: A Memoir of My Body."
This season's freshman series formed one of the most diverse rookie slates TV has seen
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. often prefers to nominate performances in new fall broadcast shows before Emmy gets its say. Here are a handful of actors from scripted comedies and dramas that…
"Wilfred" was a good dog for FX, scoring the highest viewer total for a comedy premiere in network history.
USA Network's newest drama "Suits" was a tailor-made fit for the cabler, drawing 4.6 million viewers in its Thursday series premiere.
Understandable cult commodity Down Under has moments of goofy charm, and benefits greatly from Elijah Wood's vulnerability as a suicidal slacker.
Josh Barry, the former head of current and drama development at ABC Studios, is moving to Prospect Park.
Encouraged by the success it's had on TV, Prospect Park, the production shingle launched last year by Jeff Kwatinetz and Rich Frank, has tapped producer Rob Carliner to launch a film division.
Elijah Wood has signed on to star in FX's adaptation of the quirky Australian series "Wilfred."
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