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Pilot News: Elisha Cuthbert Gets Happy in NBC's Ellen DeGeneres-Produced Gay/Straight Comedy

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From Happy Endings to a Happy possible new beginning?

Elisha Cuthbert has landed the female lead in One Big Happy, NBC’s Ellen DeGeneres-produced sitcom pilot about a lesbian, her lifelong male BFF and their newly complicated plan to make a baby together. READ MORE


Pilot News: NBC Orders Relationship Comedy From Happy Endings Creator David Caspe

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NBC and Happy Endings creator David Caspe are tying the knot.

The Peacock network has given a pilot order Marry Me, a single-camera comedy penned by Caspe.

The Mad About You-esque project centers on …READ MORE


TVLine Items: Gossip Guy Is NBC's Tin Man, Mom Casts Dad, Happy Endings' New Home and More

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Erstwhile Gossip Girl Lord Patrick Heusinger has landed the lead role in NBC’s drama pilot, Tin Man.

From Ehren Kruger (The Ring, Transformers), the futurstic crime thriller  …READ MORE


Happy Ending? Eliza Coupe Cast as Will Arnett's Ex on CBS' The Millers

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Yet another Happy Endings alum has landed a juicy comedy role for this fall.

Hot on the heels of Adam Pally’s major Mindy Project arc and Damon Wayans Jr.’s New Girl return, Eliza Coupe has been cast on Greg Garcia’s new CBS comedy The Millers, where she’ll play …READ MORE


Mindy Project Exclusive: Happy Endings' Adam Pally Joins Season 2 Cast for Big Arc

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Another member of the in-demand and now-available Happy Endings ensemble has been snapped up by Fox.

Adam Pally is joining the cast of The Mindy Project for a multi-episode arc, TVLine has learned exclusively. READ MORE


New Girl Exclusive: Damon Wayans Jr. Confirmed to Rejoin Cast for Major Season 3 Stint

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Happy EndingsDamon Wayans Jr. is hooking up with the Girl that got away.

TVLine has learned exclusively that Wayans has inked a deal to reprise his New Girl role of Coach for at least four Season 3 episodes. READ MORE


Exclusive: Happy Endings EPs Reveal What Would've Happened in Season 4 — Plus: Scoop on the Cast's Recent Off-Screen Reunion

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Sad Happy Endings fans hoping for closure in the wake of the ABC comedy’s untimely (and no-longer-unofficial) cancellation are in luck.

No, sorry — not luck as in the beloved sitcom which boasted the rapidest-fire repartee this side of Gilmore Girls is Kickstarting its way to the big screen a la Veronica Mars. Just luck as in series creator David Caspe and executive producer Jonathan Groff are breaking their silence about …READ MORE


It's Official: No Season 4 For Happy Endings

HAPPY ENDINGS - ABC's "Happy Endings" stars Adam Pally as Max, Eliza Coupe as Jane, Elisha Cuthbert as Alex, Damon Wayans, Jr. as Brad, Casey Wilson as Penny and Zachary Knighton as Dave. (ABC/BOB D'AMICO)

Happy Endings won’t get one: The cancelled ABC comedy is officially done and will not continue on another network, TVLine has confirmed. READ MORE


Happy Endings Update: Show Inching Closer to Death – Will an 11th Hour Savior Step In?

HAPPY ENDINGS - "No-Ho-Ho" - Nothing says the holidays like exposing a big lie! The gang is shocked to discover that Jane is really a Christmas baby and has been lying about her birthday this whole time because she hated being overshadowed by the holiday. So the group makes an extra special effort to throw her a Christmas-free birthday celebration -- but will the holiday spirit prove to be too strong to fight? -- on "Happy Endings," TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18 (9:00-9:30 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/JORDIN ALTHAUS)
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The Grim Reaper is closing in on our beloved Happy Endings.

More than a month after being cancelled by ABC, the acclaimed comedy remains homeless — and time is not on the show’s side. READ MORE


Happy Endings' Options Dwindling in Wake of USA Network's Failed Rescue Attempt

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It’s looking less likely that Happy Endings will live up to its title.

Three weeks after ABC pulled the plug on the beloved (yet under-watched) comedy, sources confirm to TVLine that the show’s Season 4 options are narrowing now that USA Network has passed on picking up the series. READ MORE