“How I Met Your Mother” alum Josh Radnor and “The Returned’s” Mary Elizabeth Winstead will star in PBS’ civil war drama “Mercy Street” from exec producers Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker, David Zabel…
Gary Cole's Bill Lumbergh, the epitome of the nightmarishly banal manager as seen in the 1999 cult comedy feature "Office Space," has been resurrected by ad agency Brass Ideas in its campaign for…
Gary Cole (“Veep”) and Billy Burke (“Twilight”) are starring in ensemble comedy “Divine Access,” which has started shooting in Austin, Texas. The Traveling Picture Show Co. is producing with Kevin…
In some episodes this season, the number of guest stars on The Good Wife has outnumbered the cast — headed by Juliana Margulies, Christine Baranski and Josh Charles — but with good reason. Having a…
Julia Louis-Dreyfus' narcissistic vice president on HBO's "Veep" is only in favor of pressing the flesh and smiling brightly when it benefits her – the kind of lead you just love to see fail. Luckily…
The first season of “Veep” had its moments, but the praise heaped on this rather obvious political comedy gave it the distinction of being HBO's second-most-overrated half-hour. Season two yields…
Nominees include Christina Hendricks, Joanne Froggatt, Christine Baranski, Anna Gunn, Maggie Smith and Archie Panjabi.
Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally, the husband-and-wife team who play ex-spouses on NBC's "Parks and Recreation," have joined the cast of Lionsgate's laffer "Gay Dude" along with Gary Cole and Brian…
A modest undertaking boasting character truth in its strong thumbs up to people who remain engaged with life.
This earnest indie production comes across like formulaic fiction while taking cues from the "inspirational sports drama" playbook.
Dedee Pfeiffer ("For Your Love") and Gary Cole ("The Brady Bunch Movie") have been cast as the leads in NBC's Kelsey Grammer-produced laffer pilot "Neurotic Tendencies," while small-screen vet Judith…
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