NBC has picked up Lizer’s untitled comedy (once tentatively called Lady Friends). The storyline will follow Nicole and Jen, a couple of best friends who are really yin and yang to one another. Nicole has her act together a bit more than Jen. he is involved in a loving, stable relationship and has a new baby on the way. Jen, on the other hand, has a little more troubled existence. She is frazzled in the ties she makes and is battling a weight gain. Even with Jen's issues, she and Nicole are still support systems for one another.
While $#*! My Dad Says may be gone, creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick remain teamed up and are moving on to work on not one but two other pilots for two separate networks. The duo, also known for creating Will & Grace, have secured two put pilot commitments, one of which is on CBS and the other for ABC.
In comprising such a list, the staff here at Blend Television found that it was just as easy to come up with a list of shows that went on way past their prime. Shows that started off great
I'll be the first to admit that Karen Walker (Megan Mullally) was one of the main reasons to watch Will & Grace. Especially when it evolved into a turnstile of celebrity guests during those latter years. In fact, it became pretty widely established that it was Karen and Jack McFarland (Sean Hayes) that stole the show every week.
It’s looking more and more like Sarah Chalke is the mother. Ever since she appeared on How I Met Your Mother last month, there has been speculation that we’re finally about to get the big reveal. Despite the truncated third season, HIMYM star Josh Radnor (Ted) has told TV Guide’s Michael Ausiello that we’d probably see her in “a few more episodes.”
HBO is ready to bring some new drama to our lives. With the loss of The Soprano’s, and the hole left by Sex in the City, they’ve got a tall order to fill. The head honchos at HBO recently announced that they would be doing a new Cop drama, Last of the Ninth, and now their newest offering is Driving with Joni from the writer who won an Emmy for her work on Will and Grace, Jhoni Marchinko.