In this 'Speechless' preview, Driver's Maya pretends she is bummed about having to go to court but internally slips into a reverie about how she's going to have to do nothing at all.
Claudia and Jackie Oshry think that "The Bachelor's" Nick Viall will do anything to be famous.
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Politics have undoubtedly shifted in the era of Trump, but what will become of network TV? Well, according to the new president of ABC, it’s time to make a change in programming to better suit these times.
If you’re looking to get in the Halloween spirit, just keep your TV tuned in to ABC. The network — which kicks off its primetime celebration of the holiday Oct. 19 at 8 p.m. with a 50th anniversary airing of It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown — has a long history of great Halloween episodes (thank you, Roseanne). But it was in 2010 that the network decided to make it a true tradition for its family sitcoms.
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Halloween 2016 is on the horizon, and the treats far outweigh the tricks ? on primetime, anyway. This year, the networks have scared up a lineup of spooky sitcom episodes, bone-chilling programming blocks, and other frightful fare that will take you all the way up to Old Hallows' Eve. Click through this slideshow to see how Dr.
- Ken Tucker
The new ABC sitcom "Speechless" feels at once familiar (a raucous family headed up by a wisecracking mother) and new (one member of the family has cerebral palsy). Centering a show around a special-needs child is a delicate matter, but "Speechless" tries to steamroll over any misgivings.
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For some of the new shows, you’ve been excited since casting announcements first came down (ahem, This Is Us). For others, you just saw a poster on the side of a bus and actually said, “Huh?” loudly enough that others heard you. Well, the time is neigh. All those new fall TV shows are here. You can stop counting down the days and start setting the DVR. ...
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We know you can’t wait for your beloved shows to return this fall, but the upcoming TV season will also offer up a slew of new series vying for your attention every night of the week. Click through this slideshow to check out potential new favorites to add to your roster.
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ABC made its presentation of the network’s fall TV schedule to advertisers on Tuesday, and the network has released trailers of these new shows. Keifer Sutherland plays the only cabinet member not trapped listening to the President giving a State of the Union speech when there’s a terrorist attack—he’s what’s officially termed the “designated survivor” and therefore automatically becomes President. Minnie Driver at her Minnie Driver-est: Playing a pushy, wisecracking mom with a special-needs son, her character is so obnoxious, cops won’t pull her over for speeding because, one sighs, “Life’s too short.” She bullies the school principal, she has her son give the finger to a woman who notes there is no handicapped sign on her car.
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ABC has released full-length trailers for its new series.