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As The Sopranos alum tells People in a new segment for Celeb Parents Get Real, she and husband Cutter Dykstra have their work cut out for them with their 3½-year-old son Beau Kyle.
“We’re dealing with major bedtime battles right now that have cost all tears from all of my family members,” explains Sigler, 36. “Bribery on all levels .”
“He’s in this phase where he wants to sleep with Mommy and Daddy, and no matter what happens,
During next Thursday’s episode (The CW, 9/8c), Archie and Veronica duet on the new-wave hit at the Homecoming dance, and Betty looks none too pleased about the flirty chemistry between the duo in this sneak peek. (Someone else even storms off during the number.)
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* USA Network’s Shooter has cast Jerry Ferrara
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Indeed, the Thanskgiving-time episode offers a “major mix” of emotions, Emily Wickersham says in the Q&A below. In investigating a Navy chaplain’s murder, Bishop must accept some harsh realities about the Guantanamo Bay “guilty.” All the while, some familiar fellas at HQ (McGee included!) are getting grilled about possibly mixing work with play.
Amidst his frayed nerves, he must now contend with the problem in his pants as he faces a class of scary, judgmental students for the first time. It also stars Wilfredo Ruiz Jr. (“Street Stories”) and Andrew Edison (“Bindlestiffs”). Watch “More Than Four Hours” above.
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“More Than Four Hours” is written and directed by Bryan Poyser. His previous credits include “Love & Air Sex,” about a brokenhearted man who travels to Austin to win his girlfriend back during the weekend of the Air Sex World Championships, which premiered at the 2013 South by Southwest Film Festival, and “Lovers of Hate,” starring Chris Doubek and Alex Karpovsky as two brothers who fall for the same woman, which premiered at Sundance in 2010.
Star Zach Cregger is best known as a member of the comedy troupe The Whitest Kids U’Know, who had a IFC TV series from 2007 through 2012. He also had recurring roles on sitcoms like “Friends With Benefits,” “Guys With Kids,” and “About a Boy.” He also wrote, directed, and starred in “Miss March” opposite Whitest Kids U’Know member Trevor Moore. Cregger can currently be seen in the TBS half-hour comedy “Wrecked.”
“More Than Four Hours” first premiered at Fantastic Fest last September.
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The show revolves around a newly retired police officer, played by James, looking forward to spending more quality time with his wife and three kids, only to discover he faces much tougher challenges at home than he ever did on the streets. Hayes will play Donna, his wife of 20 years who had to hold the family together while waiting for him to retire from the police force.
Hayes joins an ensemble that includes Taylor Spreitler, who will play the duo’s daughter Kendra; Mary-Charles Jones, as their other daughter; James Digiacomo, as their youngest child Jack; Ryan Cartwright, who will play Chale, who is in love with Spreitler’s Kendra; and Leonard Earl Howze, as Goody, Kevin’s former police partner and one of his closest friends.
Childrens Hospital‘s Erinn Hayes has been cast in the King of Queens star’s new CBS comedy, TVLine has learned.
Hayes will play Donna, who has been married to James’ character for 20 years and has been keeping the family running until her husband retires from the police force.
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The multi-cam sitcom — which received a 13-episode order from CBS, is slated to debut during the 2016-17 season and does not yet have a title — finds James playing a retired cop looking forward to spending
Long Island Medium season eight features medium Theresa Caputo, husband Larry, and children Victoria and Lawrence. In the season eight premiere, Caputo will conduct readings with stars including Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons; Devious Maids' Susan Lucci (star of cancelled ABC soap, All My Children); and Jamie-Lynn Sigler of cancelled NBC sitcom, Guys With Kids.
Along with “The Mindy Project’s” Charlie Grandy, the “Parks and Recreation” alum is behind a new comedy for the network, which handed a pilot production commitment to the project, titled “Dumb Prince.”
The half-hour laffer will follow a reluctant Crown Prince’s attempt to run the family business his way, throwing his highly publicized and dysfunctional family into chaos.
Poehler will exec produce “Dumb Prince” with Grandy and Brooke Posch of Poehler’s Paper Kite Productions and Dave Becky of 3 Arts. Grandy will serve as writer on the series.
Grandy has strong ties to NBC, as well. Other than “Mindy Project,” his credits include long-lasting writer/producer gigs on “The Office,” “Saturday Night Live,” “The Daily Show” and “Guys with Kids,” which he co-created with Jimmy Fallon. This past cycle, he created comedy “48 Hours Til Monday,” which Fox ordered to pilot.
The duo, who has worked on “American Dad” since its 2005 offset, for the majority as exec producers, will co-write and exec produce the two currently untitled projects, which both hail from ABC Studios.
One of the series, inspired by Schwartz’s real-life story, revolves around a gay couple that gets divorced with both men remarrying and raising their budding teenage daughters together, despite the pitfalls of their different families.
The other is about a woman who burns all of her bridges when she finds out she has terminal cancer, only to learn that she’s actually in remission, forcing her to turn to her family and move in with her estranged sister and kids.
The developments mark a reunion of sorts between the network and the writer/producers,
And, I don’t suppose you can say that Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s last effort was a loss, especially since a lot of people loved it.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m a bit of a fan, because I’m the right age, and if you’re that age too, you know that I’m required to be. Still, it isn’t just Gosselaar who’s at issue here, and this is a show “from the mind of” someone with a string of shows that didn’t get very far. Shows I liked, more or less, but shows that definitely didn’t take off.
I’m encouraged here, mainly because the theory of the show is intriguing, and Gosselaar could pull it off.
Fox has greenlit three new drama pilots and a comedy. They include a remake of BBC’s “Luther,” a Frankenstein reboot, and a limited crime series.
The “Luther” pilot order is cast-contingent. From Twentieth Century Fox Television, Chernin Entertainment and BBC Worldwide Productions, “Luther” will be executive produced and written by the BBC series’ creator Neil Cross. Star Idris Elba is attached as an executive producer, but not to star at this point. Based on the BBC series, drama centers on John Luther, a near-genius murder detective
The net confirmed pilot pickups Tuesday for multi-camera comedies “People Are Talking” and “Take It From Us.”
“People Are Talking,” from exec producers DJ Nash and Will Packer, will add diversity to the Peacock’s programming. The series is described as a comedy examining sex, race and “everything else your parents told you to never talk about.” Nash, who previously produced “Growing Up Fisher,” “Guys With Kids,” “Bent” and “Up All Night” for NBC, will pen the pilot from Will Packer Productions for Universal TV.
“Take It From Us” follows a couple who tells their son the lessons they learned from growing up in the ’90s, in hopes he’ll avoid making the same mistakes. Greg Malins (“How I Met Your Mother,” “Will & Grace,” “Friends”), Barry Schwartz and Jonathan Berry serve as exec producers, with Malins and Schwartz writing the pilot.
Noah Schnapp voices the role of Good ol’ Charlie Brown, the lovable loser who never gives up. The young actor recently filmed a role opposite Tom Hanks in director Steven Spielberg’s untitled Cold War thriller. Most recently, Noah wrapped work on the indie film We Only Know So Much, based on the book of the same title.
Hadley Belle Miller provides the voice for Lucy, known around the neighborhood (and by her little brother, Linus) for being crabby and bossy and humiliating Charlie Brown. Hadley’s voiceover credits include Sofia the Firstand Jake and the Neverland Pirates,
Aaugh! You’re a good man, Charlie Brown, but Twentieth Century Fox pulled the football out from under you and announced the voice casting for The Peanuts Movie.
Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy, Linus and the rest of the cherished “Peanuts” gang will make their long awaited big-screen debut in stunning state of the art 3D animation.
Snoopy, the world’s most lovable beagle – and flying ace – embarks upon his greatest mission as he takes to the skies to pursue his arch-nemesis The Red Baron, while his best pal, Charlie Brown, begins his own epic quest.
The Peanuts Movie flies into theaters everywhere on November 6, 2015. That year marks the 65th anniversary of the debut of the “Peanuts” comic strip and the 50th
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