TVLine Items: Jon Hamm Returns to Parks, TV Land Pulls Cosby and More
Has Jon Hamm won back his job at Parks and Recreation?
The Mad Men actor will reprise his role as READ MORE
TVLine Items: Peter Pan Promo Takes Flight, Saving Hope Renewed and More
“Greetings, boys!” Allison Williams (aka “the boy who never grew up”) bellows in the new promo for NBC’s upcoming event Peter Pan Live! READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: Mad Woman Joins Period Comedy, CSI Vet to Stalker and More
Mad Men‘s Christina Hendricks is traveling even further back in time for her next TV project. READ MORE
Ben Stiller to Lord Over Comedy Central's Workaholics in Season 5
Ben Stiller will soon take up residence at Comedy Central with a guest-starring role on Workaholics, TVLine has learned exclusively. READ MORE
South Park Tackles Redskins, Ray Rice, ISIS and More in Season 18 Premiere
After the longest hiatus in South Park history — it’s been roughly 10 months since the last new episode — Wednesday’s season premiere made up for lost time, launching an all-out assault on… well, pretty much everything. READ MORE
TVLine Items: South Park Tackles the NFL, Sheen Eyes Men Return and More
South Park‘s kicks off its 18th season this Wednesday (Comedy Central, 10/9c) — and it’s going head to head with an NFL giant. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: Carla Gugino Joins HBO Comedy, Helix Adds Wings and More
Carla Gugino is on The Brink.
HBO has tapped TV’s erstwhile Karen Sisco for a multi-episode arc on its upcoming dark comedy, READ MORE
TVLine Items: South Park's Return Date, Soul Man Renewed, Sharknado 2 & More
Comedy Central on Monday unveiled its fall premiere schedule, which includes the launch of South Park‘s 18th season and the return of Tosh.0. READ MORE
Renewal News: Drunk History, Nathan for You, Two Disney XD Marvel Shows
A bit of housekeeping here amid the Comic-Con madness….
Comedy Central has ordered third seasons READ MORE
Eye on Emmy: Amy Schumer Talks Newsroom Parody, 'Responsibility' to Women and Her Funniest Guest Star
Two questions frequently arise in the Inside Amy Schumer writers’ room, says the titular comedienne: “What are we saying? And what’s the point of view with this?” READ MORE