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In the past couple of years, weíve seen a bunch of action movies and dramas get tapped for small screen remakes, but somehow not a lot of black comedy thrillers are making that jump. That all changes with the reimagining of Heathers.
TV Land is going in a very different direction with its new comedy Teachers, a sometimes crude and unabashedly off-color look into the day-to-day lives of the titular female educators. Thankfully, it's great.
Ever since TV first came around, a plethora of different networks have come and gone that were dedicated to all manner of programming. Those that suck around haven't always stayed the same, though, and here are 8 channels that are nothing like they used to be.
There are roughly three things that Terry Crews canít do: fly, play Luke Cage, and bore us. Case in point: this excellent lip sync performance to many classic TV theme songs, as part of the TV Land Awards this weekend.
There arenít many days when I get to type something as cool as the Freaks and Geeks cast is reuniting, but there it is. Itís been 15 years since the NBC drama finished its run, and in that time, the cast has gone on to numerous film and TV projects. Now, the cast is coming back together.
For 93 year-old actress Betty White, a flash mob is the perfect birthday gift. This week, TV Land released a video of Whiteís 93rd birthday celebration, which came with a fun hula-themed flash mob that came together on the Hot in Cleveland set.
Given the recent news related to multiple rape accusations made against Bill Cosby, it's not all that surprising to learn that another TV show involving the actor/comedian is being impacted by the controversy.
This week, another comedy has gotten the axe. Luckily, this time around, itís not a network comedy that has bitten the dust. Instead, TV Land announced that Hot In Cleveland, one of the networkís earliest and most successful bids at original programming, will be finished after Season 6.
TV Land has slowly entered uncharted territory with more upcoming original shows than itís currently running. Two single-camera comedies were just ordered to series, and TV Land has two potential goldmines here with the stolen identity sitcom Impastor and the webseries expansion Teachers.
Though TV Land began life as a supplemental channel for classic TV fans to watch the series that Nick at Nite no longer aired, the growing network is transitioning nicely into the world of original programming. And by that, I mean that itís tossing out cancellations while picking up series that no one else wanted.
She was a single new-mother. He was a cab driver with aspirations of plane-flying. And somehow their lives became intertwined, spawning comedy, romance and two sequels of varying degrees of entertainment value. I am, of course, referring to Kirstie Alley and John Travolta's characters Mollie and James from Look Who's Talking.
It looks like Kirstie Alley's TV Land comedy Kirstie is staging another TV mini-reunion. Yesterday, we learned that Jason Alexander was going to guest-star on the upcoming series, reuniting with Seinfeld's Michael Richards, who's among the stars of the show. And today comes word that Cheers' George Wendt is also set to play a guest role on the comedy, which reunites him with Rhea Perlman and Kirstie Alley, both of whom starred in Cheers as well.
Kirstie stars Kirstie Alley as Madison Banks, a Broadway star who's surprised by the sudden appearance of Arlo (Eric Peterson), the son she gave up for adoption. His adoptive parents have died and he's looking to reconnect with the mother he never knew. Rhea Perlman (Cheers) plays Maddie's best friend and assistant, while Michael Richards plays Maddie's outlandish driver.
TV Landís new comedy pilot, Iím Not Dead Yet, has added a couple of new faces to the cast. Two family members of the central character played by Ben Falcone are now on board: Missi Pyle has taken on the role of his wife, while Elliot Gould will play his father.
TV Land is looking to add more sitcoms to its original programming lineup. Theyíve ordered two comedy pilots, both of them cast-contingent. One of them, from Ugly Betty and The Officeís Ben Silverman, will be TV Landís first single-camera comedy if it makes it to the series stage. The second is another multi-camera comedy from Whitneyís Scott Stuber.