|[06/15/16 - 09:03 AM]
"MADtv" Returns with an All New Primetime Series on The CW on Tuesday, July 26
The Emmy Award-winning sketch comedy series stars eight new cutting-edge comedic performers.
|[04/11/16 - 12:08 PM]
The CW Network Orders New "MADtv" Primetime Series
Back with its signature pop-culture parodies and politically incorrect humor, the new "MADtv" will star up-and-coming new comedy voices and will feature special appearances from returning cast members of the original late-night series as hosts of each episode.
|[12/09/15 - 11:17 AM]
"MADtv" Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary with a One-Hour Reunion Special on The CW, Tuesday, January 12
This one-hour retrospective of classic "MADtv" clips showcases the series signature pop-culture parodies and politically incorrect humor from the show's 14 seasons, interwoven with new comedy material featuring 19 series alumni.
|[09/22/15 - 11:21 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, September 22
Updates include: Susan Sarandon departs "Graves" at Epix; Paramount Television developing Jack Ryan TV series; and Mo Collins to star in potential comedy for ABC.
|[10/07/14 - 11:34 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, October 7
Updates include: ABC developing feature "Uncle Buck" as TV series; DirecTV near series order for drama "Ice"; and "The Mysteries of Laura," "Constantine" get orders for three additional scripts from NBC.
|[02/06/14 - 11:37 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 6
Updates include: Jay Baruchel to be FX's "Man Seeking Woman"; Peter Facinelli tapped as lead in NBC's "Odyssey"; and Zachary Knighton is one of FOX's "Weird Loners."
|[04/04/13 - 11:26 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, April 4
Updates include: Steven Weber joins TNT's "Murder in the First"; Arden Myrin to star in Adult Swim's "Hole to Hole"; and Paul Reubens cast in ABC's "Once Upon a Time" spin-off.
|[03/11/13 - 11:43 PM]
Development Update: Monday, March 11
Updates include: John Malkovich to play Blackbeard in NBC's "Crossbones"; Josh Lucas, Lynn Collins to lead A&E's "Occult"; and Kathryn Morris, Skeet Ulrich return to CBS in pilots.
||[03/06/13 - 12:00 PM]
Jane Lynch and Wilmer Valderrama Join the Force of New Animated Comedy "Murder Police" on FOX
They'll presumably replace Horatio Sanz and Penny Marshall on the upcoming series.
||[12/04/12 - 10:30 AM]
FOX Books "Murder Police" with 13-Episode Order
Jason Ruiz, Will Sasso, Chi McBride, Horatio Sanz, Penny Marshall, Peter Atencio and Justina Machado star in the animated comedy.
|[09/11/12 - 08:37 AM]
Vuguru and BermanBraun Team Up with AOL to Launch Family Comedy "Greetings from Home"
The series, "a family comedy about the trials and tribulations of a military family with dad raising two unruly teens while mom is deployed overseas," launches September 19.
|[07/31/12 - 11:00 AM]
CBS to Sponsor Eighth Annual Diversity Sketch Comedy Showcase
Executive producer and writer Rick Najera will again direct the showcase for CBS.
|[05/23/12 - 01:09 PM]
Disney Channel Original Movie "Let It Shine" Premieres Friday, June 15
Plus: watch the trailer for the film, a contemporary take on the classic Cyrano de Bergerac story.
|[04/11/12 - 11:03 AM]
Disney XD Orders New Live-Action Puppet Comedy Series "Crash & Bernstein"
Emmy-nominated puppet master and filmmaker Tim Lagasse will star in the multi-camera project, from creator Eric Friedman.
|[03/12/12 - 10:43 AM]
Disney Channel's Highly Anticipated Original Movie "Let It Shine" Premieres Friday, June 15
Tyler James William, Coco Jones and Trevor Jackson star in the film.
|[03/07/12 - 11:41 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 7
Updates include: Keri Russell to lead "The Americans" for FX; Anthony Edwards, Carmen Ejogo report to ABC's "Zero Hour"; and Theo James is CBS's new "Golden Boy."
|[10/20/11 - 10:33 AM]
Production Has Begun in Atlanta on "Let It Shine," A Disney Channel Original Movie
Tyler James Williams, Coco Jones and Trevor Jackson star in the film, scheduled to premiere in summer 2012.
|[08/24/11 - 10:53 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, August 24
Updates include: FOX eyes "Breaking In" revival; Heather Graham joins "Little in Common"; and Eric Stoltz to star in Lifetime's "Modern Love."
|[08/22/11 - 11:20 PM]
Development Update: Monday, August 22
Updates include: Showtime orders three pilots; Eric Stonestreet to play Fatty Arbuckle for HBO; and ABC continues script buying binge.
|[06/29/11 - 06:53 AM]
Comedy Central(R) Greenlights Two New Series for the 2012 Season - an Untitled Sketch Comedy From Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele and "The Nick Show Kroll" Starring Nick Kroll
"I haven't seen either pilot yet, but I think so highly of the talent involved, I can't imagine the shows won't be great," said the network's Kent Alterman.
|[06/16/11 - 10:49 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, June 16
Updates include: Darren Aronofsky to direct HBO's "Hobgoblin"; "Glee" lands its first writing staff; and Craig Ferguson in talks to host "Identity Crisis" at CBS.
|[03/25/11 - 11:04 PM]
Development Update: Friday, March 25
Updates include: Maya Rudolph, Adrian Pasdar tapped for NBC comedies; Katee Sackhoff, Lou Diamond Phillips report to A&E's "Longmire"; and Gale Harold joins "Secret Circle" at The CW.
||[03/22/11 - 12:14 PM]
NBC Announces Series Premiere of New NBC Comedy "The Paul Reiser Show" on April 14
The newcomer will replace "Perfect Couples" in the 8:30/7:30c slot.
|[12/03/10 - 05:46 PM]
Development Update: Friday, December 3
Updates include: NBC rolls "Chase" back to 18 episodes; Discovery relocates three series; and Spike TV books "Permanent Mark," "Phowned!" stunts.
|[10/12/10 - 06:28 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, October 12
Updates include: Fran Drescher to host syndicated talk show; ABC orders "Take the Money and Run"; and TBS to bring "Undercover Karaoka" to the small screen.
|[08/30/10 - 05:28 PM]
Groundlings Member Taran Killam Gets Scooped Up by Saturday Night Live
Other alums include Will Ferrell, Chris Kattan, Jon Lovitz, Maya Rudolph, and Ana Gasteyer.
|[06/03/10 - 10:00 AM]
Chris Jericho Named Host of "Downfall," the High Stakes and High Drama Game Show Premiering June 22 on Abc
The series puts "contestants on top of a 10-story building to see who has
the focus and fearlessness to avoid his/her own 'downfall' -- literally."
|[04/23/10 - 11:14 AM]
Lisa Kudrow Brings a Little Web Therapy to Showtime(R)
Guest stars include Jane Lynch, Rashida Jones, Courteney Cox, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael McDonald and Bob Balaban.
|[03/29/10 - 12:07 AM]
Development Update: Monday, March 29
Updates include: David James Elliott to replace Neal McDonough on ABC's "Scoundrels"; Teri Polo joins TBS's "Glory Daze"; and Matt Barr books a role on The CW's "Hellcats."
|[03/11/10 - 12:14 AM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 11
Updates include: Traylor Howard joins Dana Gould's comedy pilot at ABC; James Frain to play villain for NBC's "The Cape"; and The CW eyes more reality projects.
|[03/04/10 - 12:08 AM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 4
Updates include: Debra Messing is "Wright" for ABC; Blair Underwood to play "The Event's" president on NBC; and Scott Porter is one of The CW's "Nomads."
|[02/04/10 - 06:45 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 4
Updates include: Gary Cole is "Uncle Nigel" for TBS; HBO's "True Blood" adds a 15th role for season three; and Emily Rose to topline Syfy's "Haven."