TBS has a couple of new series on the way, one scripted and one unscripted. On the reality front, the network will be giving us a look inside the work and life of musician Cee Lo Green with The CeeLo Life (working title). Meanwhile, on the scripted side, Cougar Town and Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence and 2 Broke Girls' Greg Malins have a new comedy series headed to TBS called Ground Floor.
While we continue to hear reports, rumors and humorous snipes regarding the status of Jay Leno on The Tonight Show at NBC, it looks like Conan's spot at TBS is secure through late 2015. TBS made the announcement today that the redheaded late night talk show host will continue his duties through November of 2015, adding that Conan is a hit with TBS' core audience of young adults and scores a younger median age than any other late-night talk show.
Save the date! TBS has set a date for the premiere of their series Wedding Band, a show described as "equal parts comedy and heart," which puts Beverly Hills, 90210's Brian Austin Green and Lost's Harold Perinneau back on television in starring roles. The premise actually reminds me a bit of The Wedding Crashers, except instead of crashing weddings, these guys work them.
Men at Work has been earning a steady 2.7 million viewers an episode, if we are counting Live +7 viewership. Because of this TBS seems happy to see where the scripted comedy could go in the future. Men at Work is only partially through its first series, but with pretty good ratings, TBS has been confident about a renewal, announcing today a second season of the show will happen.
Moore is headed to TBS, where he will act in a guest starring capacity on Men At Work. The actor is set to play an editor at the magazine where the boys work. His character, Doug, will be tasked with dealing with the four friends when they have a staff meeting where every word spoken must come from a popular song lyric.
Governor Mitt Romney's five sons appeared on Conan last night to talk about their father and their family. In typical Conan fashion, the move was kept light and didn't delve very deep into political discussion, but the interview O'Brien had with the men did allow us to get to know the presumptive Republican Party presidential candidate a little bit better.
With just one completed season, CBS' 2 Broke Girls is still a bit young for syndication, but given its ratings success, it's unsurprising that another network might want to snatch up the rights to it. In a few years, those looking for regular airings of reruns of the female-skewed comedy series will likely be able to find them on TBS.
Conan O'Brien took his show on the road last night, kicking off "Chicago Week" the most literal way possible with a bit of Irish step-dancing, in addition to a chat with the mayor and some silliness involving a bridge and some bratwurst. As you'll see in the video ahead, O'Brien's attempt to partake in some Irish step dancing resulted in a young dancer getting kicked in the face.
The changes in Cougar Town are still coming down the line. Itís not just a new network thatís in the cards for the series, but also a new showrunner, news that came about via an interview with star Courteney Cox. Bill Lawrence, the force behind the show, is stepping down as showrunner as of next season.
Earlier today we shared the good news that the cable network had swooped in to rescue the struggling ABC comedy series Cougar Town from cancellation, giving Bill Lawrence's comedy a new home and a fourth season to move forward with. And now comes word that the network has greenlit two new comedies to series, one of which comes, in part, from Ashton Kutcher, while the other is from Conan's own Deon Cole.
After rescuing Conan O'Brien from his messy NBC contract, TBS has stepped in to save another beloved network comedy. The network announced today that they are picking up Cougar Town the ABC sitcom that struggled along with a silly name but devoted fanbase for three seasons
Unless Bill Lawrence pulls another rabbit out of his hat and works out a network switcheroo, just like he did with Scrubs in 2008. Cougar Town might be in the throes of just doing that. It seems TBS has had interest in the series for a while and has spent time working out a deal with ABC Studios to take the show off the networkís hands.
If you've been watching TBS lately, you may have noticed that the cable network has already begun promoting their upcoming comedy series Men at Work. Production is not only underway for the series, which premieres next month, but it already has a few guest stars lined up to make an appearance.
With his TBS talk show cancelled as of last year, that leaves George Lopez open for new jobs, and it looks like heís found one at Fox. Earlier this month, Fox announced a fun sounding new summer dating series called Take Me Out. Today Fox announced that George Lopez will host the show
While Will Ferrellís appearance on last nightís Conan as Ron Burgundy to announce the sequel to Anchorman may have been the highlight of the night, but Dana Carvey followed this up with a very funny interview wherein he proves he hasnít lost his touch when it comes to the presidential impressions...