“Sex and the City” creator Darren Star has been tapped to helm Lifetime pilot “HR.” Drama centers on human resources director Ellen Bell (Alicia Silverstone) whose outlook on life changes after a…
It’s payback time for the “regular” looking girls whose boyfriends humiliated them for being insufficiently gorgeous in Neil LaBute’s 2008 play, “Reasons to Be Pretty.” The same gang returns in…
Jenna Fischer and Leslie Bibb are among the four-actor cast of the world premiere of the latest play by Neil LaBute, “Reasons to Be Happy.” Both Fischer (“The Office”) and Bibb (“GCB”) make their Off…
Jennifer Aspen has been cast as the lead in Jed Rigney's independent romcom "Nowhere Girl." Producers are Justin Workman, Chrystina Myers and Steffanie Siebrand. Filming will take place in the San…
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ABC didn't see any bump for the finale of ''GCB,'' but the combo of rookie ''Once Upon a Time'' and vet ''Desperate Housewives'' was on the rise one week from their finales. ABC also opened the night…
Spring fever continues to pummel primetime, with most firstrun shows -- even hits like "Modern Family" and "Glee," in their returns -- at or near season-low levels last week.
"GCB" thesp Brad Beyer and Toby Huss have joined the cast of Legendary Pictures' baseball drama "42," a Jackie Robinson biopic that Brian Helgeland is writing and directing.
The show is charming, but its irreverence and madcap energy disguises a conventional mismatched buddy comedy.
Though down a bit from last year, the Academy of Country Music Awards provided CBS with one of its strongest non-sports Sundays of the season as the net won the night in key demos. The show…
There's obviously controversy and a bit of inaccuracy built into the title ABC is abbreviating as "GCB" -- but "Just Sort-of OK Christian Bitches" would have looked unwieldy on a billboard.
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