It’s the job she was born to do: Jennifer Grey is checking into Grey’s Anatomy. TVLine has learned exclusively that the Dirty Dancing icon is joining ABC’s still-thriving medical drama for a multi episode midseason arc. An ABC rep confirmed Grey’s Grey’s (ha!) stint, but declined to provide details on her character and/or exactly how many episodes she […]
Bobby Bones will have to keep that Mirrorball trophy well-polished for a full year. Dancing With the Stars, which has long aired two seasons per calendar year, is skipping a Spring 2019 cycle, TVLine has confirmed. Though it’s not yet clear what prompted the competition series to sit out a midseason run, Dancing is coming off a […]
ABC is giving A Million Little Things a big vote of confidence. The Alphabet net on Wednesday unveiled its midseason schedule, and its shifting the promising rookie drama to Thursdays at 9/8c following juggernaut Grey’s Anatomy. The slot’s current occupant, Grey’s spinoff Station 19, will reclaim the perch in March when Million Little Things completes […]
No surprise here: ABC ’s new comedy series Schooled , a spinoff of the network’s hit The Goldbergs , will follow the mothership series on the schedule. Schooled will premiere January 9 and will air Wednesdays at 8:30 PM behind The Goldbergs. Schooled ‘s arrival will displace comedy American Housewife , which currently airs in the Wednesdays 8:30 PM time period. Beginning February 5, the family comedy starring Katy Mixon will relocate to the Tuesday 8 PM anchor slot, which…
ABC has opted not to pick up to series its Sue Heck -centered spinoff from hit family comedy The Middle . I hear the project might be shopped by producing studio Warner Bros. TV. Titled Sue Sue in the City , the single-camera comedy stars The Middle standout Eden Sher as Sue Heck and comes from T he Middle creators/executive producers Eileen Heisler and DeAnn Heline. It was ordered by ABC to pilot in August, with Chris Diamantopoulos cast alongside Sher and fellow Middle alum…
There will be no second take for ABC ’s summer procedural drama series Take Two , Deadline has learned. News of the cancellation comes two months after Take Two wrapped its 13-episode first-season run. The straight-to-series drama, which starred Rachel Bilson and Eddie Cibrian , hailed from creators Andrew W. Marlowe and his wife, former Castle executive producer Terri Edda Miller. The drama never got much ratings traction, averaging 2.71 million total viewers and a 0.4 in…
ABC has handed out its first midseason premiere date to “The Bachelor,” slating Colton Underwood’s turn as the bearer of the roses to debut in January. After having his heart broken on Becca Kufrin’s season of “The Bachelorette” and a turn on the most recent season of “Bachelor in Paradise,” fans will get to see Underwood take another shot at finding his one true love when “The Bachelor” returns on Monday, Jan. 7. Hosted by Chris Harrison, “The Bachelor” is a production of Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Unscripted & Alternative Television.
“The Kids Are Alright,” from creator and executive producer Tim Doyle, joins ensemble comedy “Single Parents,” the Nathan Fillion-led “The Rookie” and the drama “A Million Little Things” to become the fourth freshman series to get a full pickup from the Disney-owned network. At the other broadcasters, CBS has given full-season orders to “God Friended Me,” “Magnum PI,” “The Neighborhood” and “FBI,” while Fox has given “The Cool Kids” a back-nine pickup.
ABC has picked up seven additional episodes of its new cop dramedy series The Rookie, bringing its freshman-season order to 20 episodes. This is considered a full-season order by ABC as The Rookie launched almost a month after the start of the broadcast season. Toplined by Castle star Nathan Fillion, ABC's The Rookie has not been a breakout but it has improved ABC’s severely ratings-challenged Tuesday's 10 PM slot, especially in total viewers where it is up 84% (8.3…
“The View” is adding Republican strategist Ana Navarro as a guest co-host one day a week, Variety has learned. Navarro will fill in on “The View” every Friday, rounding out the Season 22 panel with Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Meghan McCain, Sunny Hostin, and Abby Huntsman. Goldberg takes Fridays off as the moderator, which is […]
Shonda Rhimes brought back some of the show's most beloved deceased characters, and fans are grief-stricken all over again.
In her first TV series role, Oscar nominee Quvenzhané Wallis ( Beasts of the Southern Wild ), is joining ABC’s Black-ish as a recurring, Wallis will play Kyra, Dre's (Anthony Anderson) young cousin who comes to stay with the family for a while after her mom can't take care of her. The episode will air in 2019. Created and executive produced by Kenya Barris, Black-ish tells the story of the Johnsons — an affluent African-American family struggling to raise their kids in the…
Fired from "Three's Company" decades ago, Suzanne Somers says ABC made a mistake in continuing "The Conners" sans Roseanne Barr.
ABC has ordered two more seasons of American Funniest Home Videos , its longest-running primetime entertainment show, and ordered Videos After Dark, a new comedy reality series from the AFV producers, with original AFV host Bob Saget set as host and executive producer. The AFV renewal will take the show through its 30th and 31st seasons. Now in Season 29, AFV continues to draw solid ratings, with this season up 17% in total viewers over last season, making it the…
ABC has ordered more of both “A Million Little Things” and “The Conners,” Variety has learned. “A Million Little Things” has been given an order for four more episodes, bringing its first season total to 17. The freshman drama stars David Giuntoli, Ron Livingston, Romany Malco, Allison Miller, Christina Moses, Christina Ochoa, Grace Park, James Roday, […]
In 1980, Suzanne Somers's co-star on "Three's Company," John Ritter, was making five times what she was.
'Modern Family' finally revealed which character dies this season, and the show's co-creator is opening up about the surprising decision.
In a much-anticipated episode, "Modern Family" finally revealed which character was killed off, and fans had mixed reactions.
After a few years off, John Krasinski revived his and Jimmy Kimmel's prank war in epic fashion while Kimmel is taping in Brooklyn, New York.
'I would know,' explained Tilley, whose own virginity was a focus on her seasons of 'The Bachelor.'
Sue Heck will have at least one familiar face from Orson joining her when she makes her way to the Windy City. Brock Ciarlelli, who recurred as best friend Brad in all nine seasons of ABC’s recently ended The Middle, has joined the potential spinoff as a series regular, according to The Hollywood Reporter. In addition, […]