Pilot Scoop: Louis C.K., Spike Feresten Team For CBS Ensemble Comedy
CBS has ordered a comedy pilot written and produced by (but not starring) actor-comedian Louis C.K. and Seinfeld writer/onetime late night host Spike Feresten.
The currently untitled project revolves around …READ MORE
Parks and Recreation Exclusive: Louis C.K. Returns... To Steal Leslie Away From Ben?
Parks and Recreation is not making things easy for Leslie (Amy Poehler) and Ben (Adam Scott) this season.
As if Leslie’s political ambitions weren’t enough of an obstacle for the star-crossed lovers, the show is now bringing back ex-boyfriend Louis C.K. READ MORE
Exclusive: Season 3 of Louie Will Be Completely '[Spoiler]' and '[Spoiler]'!
Spoiler Alert: “Better and different” are the key words Louis C.K. has in mind for season 3 of his sublime FX comedy Louie. But, as he explained to me on the Emmys red carpet last weekend, he’s trying not to think about it for a few more weeks, much less talk about it. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Lead Actor in a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
Several new players are shaking up the Emmy race for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series: Louis C.K. (Louie), Johnny Galecki (The Big Bang Theory), and Matt LeBlanc (Episodes) are all welcome additions to the Not “Tony Shalhoub in Monk” Club, but they’ll face tough competition from some veterans of the category. …READ MORE
Emmy Nominees React! Who Said What?
Emmy nominations morning is a very exciting morning for those who learn that they’re competing in TV’s Big Show. They get the news from unexpected sources — and most often at ungodly hours! — and the occasional actor might even wake the baby with their jubilation! From there on, they tumble down the rabbit hole into a day full of praise, elation and, yes, personal disbelief.
Here are the reactions from this year’s nominees (detailed here) that TVLine has collected thus far — keep checking back for more! READ MORE
Emmys 2011: Sizing Up the Lead Comedy Actor Race — Including Our 6 Dream Nominees
Last year’s Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series race was a David-and-Goliath tale, as relative newcomer Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory) brought down comedy giant Alec Baldwin (30 Rock) by denying him a third consecutive win. This year, in addition to both of those likely repeat nominees, there’s also Steve Carell to consider. Having bid farewell to The Office, his swan song season becomes Emmy’s last chance to award him for his seminal role. Will he grab gold? Or will a lovable long shot like Community’s Joel McHale emerge from the pack to change the game? REVIEW CONTENDERS & VOTE